News Details

Evans’ co-driver hospitalised after high-speed roll

Elfyn Evans has been forced to pull out of Rally Mexico after co-driver Daniel Barritt was taken to hospital with a suspected concussion as a result of a high-speed roll in the morning loop.  Evans was running third when he hit a bank in sixth gear, eventually pitching the Ford Fiesta WRC into a series of rolls.  M-Sport team boss Malcolm Wilson confirmed the pair's withdrawal from the event on safety grounds.  “The problem right now is with Dan, we've had to take him to hospital with concussion. He definitely won't be continuing this afternoon,” Wilson said.  “The guys can definitely fix the car but unfortunately we can't continue because of Dan's situation, we can't take...
Full Story »

You May Also Be Interested In...

Ogier's Mexico preparations cut short by snow

Heavy snow brought M-Sport’s Rally Mexico test to an early end this...
-9mo from

SS3-5: Sordo in charge

SS3-5: Sordo in charge Dani Sordo mastered sweltering mountain roads on...
-9mo from

Ekstrom's new Audi World RX challenger breaks cover

Mattias Ekstrom’s EKS Audi Sport squad revealed its 2018 World...
-9mo from

Gronholm to field ex-WRC Hyundais in World RX

Double World Rally champion Marcus Gronholm will head up a two-car Hyundai...
-9mo from


comments powered by Disqus

2015 is not responsible for the news headlines and associated descriptions and images it indexes, the content of externally linked sites or the comments & postings of its users.

This website is unofficial and is not associated in any way with WRC.