How Mexico became a WRC favourite

How Mexico became a WRC favourite

Rally Mexico has put past issues behind it and become a WRC staple. David Evans thinks this year's event was one of the country's finest yet - and that it bodes well for the 2011 battle

Being entirely honest, I've never been the biggest fan of Rally Mexico. It's a personal thing. I'm not great at eating with my fingers, the weather's about 50 degrees too hot for me (as is the food) and I've never really seen what the stages add to the championship.

Last week changed my mind pretty much across the board. I drove more stages than I had done before and really got to grips with the challenge this event provides. Rally Mexico just works now. There's nothing complicated about it and it's – rightly so – fast become part of the World Rally Championship scenery.

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