We take a look back at a pivotal event in rallying history as Subaru team orders play out very publicly, the title battle reaches fever pitch and the Toyotas get excluded. The venerable Mark James joins us to chat about his memories of the rally.
The Celtic Tiger brought about big changes in Irish rallying. We're talking brand new rally cars bought for cash, people renting helicopters to go spectating on events and a crazy influx of top machinery. We dig into the highs and lows of the era from our perspectives
After spending Series 1 forensically examining the 2001 WRC season over 21 episodes and many hours, Maurice and Tommy spend approximately 56 minutes talking about two decades of the European Rally Championship. Cigarette sponsors, points coefficients and Miami Vice-style bad guys included
The final episode of the first series of the Sprint podcast. We look back at what the 2001 WRC season meant to us, where the teams and drivers involved ended up and threaten to return for another podcast series. William joins Tommy and Maurice from what sounds like the bottom of a well and tries to make a sales pitch for his Suzuki jacket
Tommy chats to 2004 PWRC champion Niall McShea about his career including his 2001 JWRC rivalry with Sebastien Loeb, the challenges he faced all the way and much more
The penultimate round of the 2001 WRC takes us to Australia where Colin McRae makes a seemingly innocuous mistake with severe ramifications, Hyundai's PR person puts in a blinder and we reveal who of the 2001 WRC field is the most likely to run off with your wife