World Rally Championship (WRC)

The FIA World Rally Championship (WRC) has signed up watchmaker TW Steel as a sponsor

The World Rally Championship (WRC) has today (Thursday) announced it will venture into the Arctic Circle for the first time, with Finland being granted a second event on the 2021 calendar in place of the…

World Rugby has recruited Chris Synnott from WRC Promoter, the commercial arm of the FIA World Rally Championship, as its head of broadcast and media rights sales as it builds up its in-house capabilities

Motorsports-focused digital media group Motorsport Network has recruited Oliver Ciesla, the former managing director and chief executive of the FIA World Rally Championship commercial arm WRC Promoter

The World Rally Championship motorsport series has appointed sports marketing agency WePlay to help drive subscriptions to its over-the-top streaming platform

The World Rally Championship has detailed plans for a first-ever race in Belgium, while the Motocross World Championship (MXGP) has announced that three triple-header events in Italy will replace postponed…

Russian Grand Prix organisers Rosgonki said they are open to hosting back-to-back races in Sochi this season adding to the F1 calendar shortened due to the Covid-19 pandemic

Simulated racing hardware brand Fanatec has signed as an Official Partner of the World Rally Championship’s esports activities.

WRC Promoter, the commercial operator behind the World Rally Championship, has announced that its chief executive and managing director Oliver Ciesla is to step down from his position in June

The FIA World Rally Championship is close to announcing free-to-air broadcast deals in both Japan and Kenya ahead of stops in both countries on this year’s schedule.

The World Rally Championship’s planned event in Chile next April is set to be cancelled due to ongoing social unrest in the country. The event had been due to take place from April 16-19 in Concepción. T

The World Rally Championship has announced that Japan, Kenya and New Zealand will return to its calendar in 2020, replacing events in Australia, Corsica and Spain

Motorsport’s world governing body, the Fédération Internationale de l’Automobile (FIA), has announced that Rome will host a new event dubbed the Motorsport Games later this year. T