WRC Interviews. Page 7



  • May 2005

    Open article Q&A: Guy Wilks - exclusive.
    25 May 2005: Suzuki driver Guy Wilks is the reigning BRC Junior champion and currently, along with fellow Briton Kris Meeke, is one of the countries hottest prospects. Both are being strongly tipped to step up from the Junior WRC to 'senior' level in the not so distant future and replace former British WRC stars, Colin McRae and Richard Burns, as household names. Here, speaking exclusively to Crash.net Radio following his S1600 win in Cyprus, and ahead of the next event in Turkey, Wilks speaks a

  • Open article Q&A: Kris Meeke - exclusive.
    7 May 2005: Colin McRae's protege, Kris Meeke is one of two Brit's vying for the Junior World Rally Championship [JWRC] this year, along with fellow countryman, Guy Wilks. Currently Meeke leads the championship by one point, following his win at the season-opening Monte Carlo Rally and a third place finish last weekend in Sardinia – an event which could so easily have been win number two. Here, talking exclusively to Crash.net Radio, he reflects on that event - 'the one that got away' - and looks

  • Open article Q&A: Natalie Barratt - exclusive.
    4 May 2005: Britain's leading female rally driver, Natalie Barratt kicked off her Production Car WRC campaign in New Zealand at the beginning of April, and her next event will be in Cyprus in two weeks' time. Here, talking exclusively to Crash.net Radio, she reflects on the trip to the other side of the world and casts her thoughts towards the next challenge...


  • March 2005

    Open article Q&A: Toni Gardemeister - exclusive.
    29 March 2005: Ford number one driver, Toni Gardemeister has already enjoyed much success this season, after leaving the struggling Skoda outfit at the end of 2004. Having grabbed his first podium at the season opening Monte Carlo Rally, he followed that up with another top-three finish in Sweden before coming home sixth in Mexico. As a result he now lies third in the drivers' championship, just three points off leader, Petter Solberg. What's he made of the year thus far? How does the Focus compare to th

  • Open article Q&A: Petter Solberg - exclusive.
    22 March 2005: Subaru team leader, Petter Solberg currently leads the WRC drivers' championship, following two convincing back-to-back wins in Sweden and Mexico - the latter marking the debut of the new 2005 spec Impreza. Crash.net Radio caught up with Petter ahead of next month's Rally New Zealand to get his thoughts on the season thus far, and on the exit of Citroen and Peugeot. Is he worried? Read on to find out...

  • Open article Q&A: Chris Atkinson - exclusive.
    1 March 2005: Chris Atkinson blasted onto the WRC scene last year and having joined Subaru for 2005, the Australian is already turning heads. His performance in Sweden, his first with the Banbury based squad, was impressive to say the least - for not only was it's his first outing in a World Rally car, but it was also his first time on snow. This guy is going to be one to watch over the next few seasons, and will surely give Petter Solberg and Sebastien Loeb a few sleepless nights as he gains in years...


  • January 2005

    Open article Q&A: Chris Atkinson - exclusive.
    19 January 2005: Subaru's Chris Atkinson was at the Autosport International show last weekend and although the 25 year-old will sit out this weekend's opener in Monte Carlo, he's all geared up for the second round in Sweden, which begins on February 11. Here the Aussie tells Crash.net Radio all about the coming year, including what he has been up to thus far, his first impressions of the team and loads, loads more...
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