Why the WRC can't forget its past

Why the WRC can't forget its past

The World Rally Championship has a glorious past, as the BBC highlighted so poignantly on Sunday evening. David Evans argues that such a rich and rewarding heritage shouldn't be forgotten

Blink. Missed it. Gone.

Was last Sunday night all the rallying we're going to get on our screens this season? Was the BBC's offering of Top Gear and Sir Chris Hoy's 'Racing Legends' documentary all we can expect? Let's hope not.

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