World Rally Championship For lots of on-board footage check out amjayes on youtube as well as the official channel and MT89Motorsport There is also a WRC app available for both iPhone and Android which provides news, video and live stage time updates and audio from the WRC radio channel. New season and some new rules to deal with, foremost of which is the switch to 1.6 litre turbo cars, although the engines still produce 300bhp. This has attracted interest from many more manufacturers and promises to make the WRC cheaper to enter and more exciting. So far Ford and Citroen continue to field cars for the full season, with Mini testing the Countryman WRC at a few rallies before making a full attempt for the championship next year. The Fiesta WRC in the Ford works team livery The DS3 WRC in the Citroen works team livery The Countryman WRC in its promotional livery There is also interest from Abarth, Skoda, Peugeot, Renault and Volkswagen in either adapting their existing Super2000 spec rally cars to the WRC spec or entering new cars altogether. A few good videos to check out: YouTube - "Mini Countryman WRC" by Markko Märtin and Ott Tänak_1º Day of Tests at Ponte de Lima 2010 .avi Note the livery on the Countryman is to disguise the exact shape of the bodywork, no sponsors are confirmed yet. YouTube - Tests Mikko Hirvonen - Ford Fiesta WRC [ without music ] facebook fans page passats de canto The Fiesta WRC undergoes testing. The season started last weekend on the snow-covered stages of Sweden, with Miko Hirvonen the eventual winner in his Fiesta WRC. Reigning champion Sebastien Loeb finished a disappointing sixth due to tyre trouble.