• Team EVEN Management at Rally Sweden 2018

    Team EVEN driver line up for Rally Sweden 2018

  • Johan Kristoffersson

    Johan Kristoffersson in the FIA World RallyCross with a Volkswagen Polo RX Supercar

  • Ole Christian Veiby

    Ole Christian Veiby and Jonas Andersson in a Volkswagen Polo GTI R5 at Rally Sweden 2019

  • Andreas Mikkelsen

    Andreas Mikkelsen and Anders Jæger-Amland in a Hyundai i20 Coupe WRC with Hyundai Motorsport at Rally Sweden 2019

  • Esapekka Lappi

    Esapekka Lappi and Janne Ferm in a Citroën C3 WRC with Citroën Total World Rally Team at Rally Sweden 2019.

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  • Rally Mexico Power Stage point for Lappi/Ferm

    On only their second appearance in Mexico, Esapekka Lappi and Janne Ferm quickly showed their undeniable potential. With a fourth fastest time, 6.2s behind their team-mates on El Chocolate (31.57km), and then a second fastest time (SS7), a mere two tenths off the stage-winning time on Friday afternoon, they ended the opening leg in a promising fifth position, just 2s behind fourth place.

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  • Retired from promising lead for Mikkelsen/Jaeger at Rally Mexico

    Andreas Mikkelsen and co-driver Anders Jæger-Amland showed good pace right from the start at Rally Mexico. They started with a second fastest time already on Shakedown, and continued with fastest stages times on Friday morning, and took the overall lead already on the first stage of the day. Unfortunately they were forced to retire after a puncture led to suspension damage in the afternoon.

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  • Rally Sweden Podium for Kristoffersson

    The two-time world Rallycross champion guided his Volkswagen Polo GTI R5 to third in the WRC2 class at his home-event in Sweden today. – Feels great to be on the podium at my home-event and together with my team-mate, Johan said after the celebrations.
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  • Rally Sweden 4th for Mikkelsen/ Jaeger

    Going in to the final day of Rally Sweden in joint second position, Andreas Mikkelsen and Anders Jaeger-Amland were fighting hard to keep their spot on the podium. In the end they lost time and had to settle for 4thin the overall classification.

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