Emmanuel Rolland

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Ehrlacher joins Munnich for WTCR campaign

Yann Ehrlacher, the nephew of four-time Word Touring Car champion Yvan Muller, will join his uncle on the 2018 World Touring Car Cup grid after signing for Munnich Motorsport.

Loeb puts on a show in Peugeot 306 Maxi

Despite an engine failure two stages from the end, Sebastien Loeb fulfilled his goals with the Peugeot 306 Maxi: putting on a show and fighting for the win.

Loeb's first test in the rebuilt Peugeot 306 Maxi

Ahead of this weekend's Rallye du Var, Sebastien Loeb and his team took to the roads in the Vosges region to test with the iconic Peugeot 306 Maxi they had dismantled and then thoroughly upgrated.

Peugeot 306 Maxi campaign sets up Loeb/Elena rally return

Sebastien Loeb's long-time co-driver Daniel Elena will partner the nine-time WRC champion again in Rallye du Var, in which they will campaign the Peugeot 306 Maxi rebuilt by Sebastien Loeb Racing.

Loeb's race against time to rebuild the Peugeot 306 Maxi

Sebastien Loeb Racing is fully rebuilding a Peugeot 306 Maxi for its team owner ahead of the Rallye du Var. is exclusively following the project.

Why Loeb Racing is rebuilding an iconic Peugeot

Sebastien Loeb Racing co-founder Dominique Heintz has spoken to about the early stages of the Peugeot 306 Maxi project ahead of the Rallye du Var.

Loeb: "Annoying" VW dominance could make Peugeot quit RX

Sebastien Loeb says that Volkswagen’s “annoying” dominance in the World Rallycross championship means Peugeot has to consider its future in the series.

Blaming Yokohama for Nurburgring punctures "too easy" – Muller

Four-time WTCC champion Yvan Muller believes teams should shoulder the blame for the spate of punctures in last weekend’s Nurburgring round, as blaming supplier Yokohama is “too easy”.

F3.5 champion Dillmann to test for Venturi in Mexico

Reigning Formula V8 3.5 champion Tom Dillmann will take part in the Friday shakedown session at this weekend’s Mexico City ePrix.

Tambay: It was better to end "loveless" Audi relationship

French driver Adrien Tambay, who has been let go by Audi after spending five years in its DTM line-up, feels it was the right time for the two sides to end their arrangement.

Muller: "I've just done my job"

Citroen's Yvan Muller says he doesn't feel as if he's achieved anything special during his record-breaking WTCC career, and that he was just 'doing his job'.

Mouton dismisses Carmen Jorda’s F1 credentials

Michele Mouton, the four-time World Rally winner who now runs the FIA’s Women in Motorsport Commission, says she is “not interested” in Carmen Jorda’s position as development driver for the Lotus F1 Team.

Loeb: "Battling with Muller is a dream"

In only his second season in the championship, rally legend Sebastien Loeb is already taking the fight to the touring car specialists in the WTCC.

Spengler enthusiastic about two-race DTM weekends

BMW driver Bruno Spengler is pleased with the DTM's decision to adopt two-race weekends, saying the new format is better for both drivers and fans.

Giuliano Alesi: next generation makes winning start

The 15-year-old son of former Ferrari Formula 1 hero Jean Alesi made a fantastic, action-packed start to his racing career.’s Emmanuel Rolland followed his every move…