The WRC stand-off has to end

The WRC stand-off has to end

A trip to Scotland reminded DAVID EVANS why he's dedicated his life to rallying - and underlined how much the World Rally Championship has at stake in its current political tumult

I wasn't alone. The scene was straight out of the mind of Alfred Hitchcock. And then, out of the mist, it arrived. Momentarily, we stood. Rooted. Staring at each other. Him taking me in and me unable to focus on anything other than the size of his horns.

Rooted.

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