Two of the one-off WRC drivers ribbing each other. It’s good to see…these drivers both need to get drives for additional rounds, the sport needs both Ken Block and Chris Atkinson.
instagram.com/p/WuZx98o6UK/ Sorry @kblock43 but we’re all mates till the stage start! Still awesome job man. #WRC
— Chris Atkinson (@ChrisAtko) March 12, 2013
A great video from Citroen with fantastic footage through the tunnel. You might be wondering about the photographer flashes. Scroll down to see the results of them!
A nice video shot yesterday night in Guanajuato… dai.ly/YhdfIn #WRC #RallyMexico
— Citroën Racing (@CitroenRacing) March 8, 2013
A great split screen of the special stage to give some great insight to the competition.
Sordo vs Al-Attiyah | Rally Guanajuato Mexico 2013: Onboard Al-Attiyah SS13: youtu.be/SigdXsvxpF8 #WRC #Rally #Mexico
— Businaro Racing (@martinbusinaro) March 10, 2013
You do have to love modern technology and what it can do with film. Check out Ken Block almost flipping with this super-slow-mo.
Ken Block in Slow Motion – 2013 Mexico Rally#IMS #motorsport #wrcyoutube.com/watch?v=7B3cpa…
— InternationalMS (@InterMotorsport) March 10, 2013
Helicopters are there to ensure the safety of cars and bring us all the TV shots. Plus they make a great addition to the atmosphere of rally.
Persecución en el #WRC México twitpic.com/cakly0
— Jon Toivonen (@bilbodekantu) March 11, 2013
The Mexican public turned up in huge numbers to support the Rally and the teams put on a good show. This is one form of the sport that is being greeted well in non-traditional motorsport countries.
#WRC @sebogier king of the WRC ? [PHOTO]twitpic.com/cag2xi
— BILLIOT Jérémie (@planetemarcus) March 11, 2013
Colin McMaster and the McKlein group are the masters of rally photography. This is just one example. In a tunnel, remote flash, genius.
#WRC Mexico, going underground. The Guanajuato street stage, with its macabre tunnels, is a personal fave of mine: twitter.com/colmcklein/sta…
— Colin McMaster (@colmcklein) March 8, 2013
When in Mexico…
Resumen de la actuación de VW en #RallyMexico. 16 scratch y ventaja de 3 min. y medio de Ogier blog.polorwrc.es/index.php/2013… twitter.com/VW_es/status/3…
— Volkswagen España (@VW_es) March 11, 2013
Neil Hudson is a touring car expert but he is right on the money with this rally observation. It looks like someone special will have to step up to beat Ogier and VW. Ogier looks to be this generation’s legend (early call!)
Ogier doesn’t want to be compared to Loeb. Well he better bloody slow down then hadn’t he? #WRC
— Neil Hudson (@neilhudson) March 10, 2013
WRC is very popular on social media – given the crowd figures you see it is not surprising. Given the TV debacle and its plight in recent years, it is.
#WRC is trending yet again worldwide. I approve. #RallyMexico
— Shaun Pechin (@Shaunpaddock) March 9, 2013
At Monaco, there wasn’t a TV deal for the UK. At least now there is. Somewhat popular on a non-mainstream channel. Hopefully more and better to come.
83,000 watched #WRC on ITV4 HD last night. That’s encouraging. Dare we suggest a slightly better time slot and a wee bit of promotion?
— Paul Evans (@FablassTaff) March 13, 2013
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