Mapping out the WRC's future - again

Mapping out the WRC's future - again

There's been plenty to worry rallying fans of late - radical ideas, conspicuously quiet new promoters - but the next two weeks could set the sport on the path to recovery, as David Evans explains

So, this week… let me think. Bullfighting? Pulling the legs off spiders? Hare coursing? Babycham drinking? Nope, I don't think a defence of any of those could be quite as controversial as my column last week.

You're not fans of the powerstage having a hand in the overall classification, then? You should have been clearer about that…

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