Tag Archives: Jari Matti Latvala

Jari-Matti Latvala Rolls Out Of Rally Argentina Lead Like A Bowling Ball

There’s an old Beavis and Butt-Head episode where the dynamic duo decides to try out a dryer’s spin cycle by climbing inside. That’s probably what it felt like inside the World Rally Championship Volkswagen of Jari-Matti Latvala and Miikka Anttila when they lost the Rally Argentina lead in a massive rollover.

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Rally Driver Claims He Didn’t Know He Hit A Spectator; WRC Calls BS, Fines Him

Jari-Matti Latvala failed to stop and check on the photographer he hit in a low-speed crash during Stage 11 of the Rallye Monte-Carlo, and the World Rally Championship isn’t happy about that. Latvala claimed that poor visibility kept him from seeing the man on his hood, and the series didn’t buy that excuse.

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A Hole Nearly Sends A Rally Car Flying At High Speed

A Hole Nearly Sends A Rally Car Flying At High Speed

This is what rally drivers refer to as ‘a moment.’

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Making An Audi Quattro Fly

Audi Quattros didn’t disappear after the Group B years. They’re still around running historic rally and, as you can see, going airborne.

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Onboard With A WRC Driver In A Rear-Drive Historic

WRC drivers are amazing pilots, but what happens when you take one out of his high-tech 4WD hatchback and stick him in an old Ford Escort?

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