Rally GB: A victim of its own success

Rally GB: A victim of its own success

After years in the wilderness, Rally GB was resurgent in 2013. The only problem, as DAVID EVANS found out first-hand, was that the event wasn't really ready for the huge crowds that descended upon North Wales

Jari-Matti Latvala's co-driver Miikka Anttila didn't garner a lot of sympathy at Rally GB's post-event press conference. He hadn't, he complained, seen the physio for a while because he'd been working long days. Hmm...

If Mr Anttila attends this year's FIA awards ceremony, he'd better keep his head down and stay out of the way of President Todt. I don't agree with everything Jean Todt says about rallying, but I'm completely with him on the endurance aspect. And Rally GB was, is, hasn't always been but always should be about endurance. Office hours, for me, have no place in our sport.

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