How the WRC's backstage army delivers its live coverage

How the WRC's backstage army delivers its live coverage

The World Rally Championship's All Live service is now entering its third season. But its debut on the Monte Carlo Rally two years ago still makes the series’ TV boss shudder

Sisteron. That 23-mile run up the D3 from Thoard, over the legendary hairpins near Authon and down into the town, is legendary for striking fear into the hearts of rally folk. And now darkness has fallen - in every sense.

In just a couple of hours, the World Rally Championship is expected to step out of the darkness and into the light, courtesy of its ground-breaking All Live service. But now, with the start of the 2018 Monte Carlo Rally looming large, the world's gone a bit mad. It looks like fate may have its finger poised over the pause button.

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