28 June 2009
Mikko Hirvonen wins in Poland; Dani Sordo inherits the runners-up spot when Jari-Matti Latvala crashes out in the event ending super special; Henning Solberg completes the podium.
27 June 2009
Mikko Hirvonen continues to lead in Poland at the end of day 2 – 12 seconds up on his team-mate, Jari-Matti Latvala; Dani Sordo remains third.
26 June 2009
Mikko Hirvonen leads the way at the end of day 1 in Poland - 8.9 secs up on his team-mate, Jari-Matti Latvala; Dani Sordo rounds out the provisional podium.
14 June 2009
Mikko Hirvonen wins the Acropolis Rally - 1min 12.9 secs up on Sebastien Ogier; Jari-Matti Latvala completes the podium followed by Federico Villagra and Conrad Rautenbach.
13 June 2009
Mikko Hirvonen leads the Acropolis Rally of Greece at the end of day two - 1min 40.1 seconds up on Sebastien Ogier; Jari-Matti Latvala completes the provisional podium...
12 June 2009
Mikko Hirvonen leads the way for Ford following the opening day of the Acropolis Rally in Greece
24 May 2009
Jari-Matti Latvala secures victory on Rally d'Italia Sardinia as the WRC season reaches the half-way point in the Mediterranean
23 May 2009
Jari-Matti Latvala leads in Sardinia with just six stages remaining in the Mediterranean event
22 May 2009
Jari-Matti Latvala leads for Ford following the opening day of running in Sardinia
26 April 2009
Sebastien Loeb secures his fifth successive victory in Argentina to strengthen his lead in the World Rally Championship standings
25 April 2009
Sebastien Loeb holds a comfortable lead following the second day of Rally Argentina
24 April 2009
Dani Sordo leads for Citroen following the opening day of competition in Rally Argentina
05 April 2009
Sebastien Loeb wins his fourth World Rally Championship event of the season to extend his lead in the overall standings.
04 April 2009
Overall times after SS13 / Day 2 (top 20)
03 April 2009
Mikko Hirvonen holds a 15secs lead over Dani Sordo after leg one of the 2009 Rally Portugal
15 March 2009
Sebastien Loeb takes third win in three events for 2009, and clocks up 50th WRC win of career, with victory over Mikko Hirvonen and Petter Solberg in Cyprus.
14 March 2009
Sebastien Loeb leads Rally Cyprus following the second day with a lead of just under 50 seconds to Mikko Hirvonen
13 March 2009
Sebastien Loeb leads Rally Cyprus after dominant display during the opening day of the mixed-surface event
15 February 2009
Sebastien Loeb wins Rally Norway - 9.8 seconds up on Mikko Hirvonen; Jari-Matti Latvala completes the podium.
14 February 2009
Sebastien Loeb leads Rally Norway at the end of leg 2 - now 15 seconds up on Mikko Hirvonen; Jari-Matti Latvala completes the provisional podium.