Martin Brundle has nothing to prove. He’s a legendary grand prix driver turned solid television professional. But, when he went down to the woods… he found himself 15 seconds a mile off the pace.
This year’s Asia-Pacific Rally Championship got underway in the Kiwi autumn last weekend. Here are five things we learned.
The unseasonal weather did nothing to dampen MAXRALLY’s enthusiasm for Tour de Corse and the European championship. Here are five things we learned.
As Denmark “celebrated” its victory in the Eurovision Song Contest last night, MAXRALLY recalls the most successful musicians with a link to rallying. And this is our top five.
Ferrari’s legendary tifosi are more often found heading to a race track rather than a rally stage. But there was one man who made their dreams come true even in rallying: and that man, somewhat embarrassingly for Italian national pride, was French.
It wasn’t an obvious way to dial the Satria Neo S2000 into the precise requirements of Queensland’s tricky gravel stages – but racing a helicopter up a runway and back was undoubtedly a cool way into Australia’s Asia-Pacific Rally Championship round.
From time to time, you see something on eBay that genuinely surprises you. It’s best for these moments to happen when you’re completely sober, in order to prevent waking up the following morning with a banging headache and the realisation that you are now the proud owner of a life-size singing statue of Elvis Presley, not to mention a colossal overdraft.
If you’re heading across to the Tour de Corse this weekend – or even if you’re not – these are MAXRALLY’s top 10 things that are an absolutely must-do on the ‘island of beauty’.
With the Spanish Grand Prix taking place today, MAXRALLY looks back at the time when another Spanish racing driver – later to become his country’s biggest rally hero – was hitting the headlines.
It’s Tour de Corse time next week and MAXRALLY is getting very excited. Here are five reasons why.