VW might've pulled its factory team out of WRC, but that doesn't mean it's done with rallying.
Yet another new hatch we can't get in the United States debuts at Frankfurt.
It looks like the affordable EV offensive might be paying off for Chevy.
Hopefully it gets a more creative name before then.
Because why not?
Who needs jet engines when you have jumps?
Nowadays, HPDE events are held in a relatively safe environment. But not back then.
It's bigger than any previous Type R, with a 306-hp turbocharged engine. Is that sacrilege, or precisely what Soichiro would want?
At the request of Ford fans everywhere, Ford decided to give the RS a new shade of paint and even more locking axle fun.
Pikes Peak is just around the corner, and the entries certainly don't disappoint.
All-wheel drive and 64 pounds of boost make this unassuming hatchback a Bugatti-beater.
The hillclimb event only comes once every three years. Prepare yourself for 2017 with this wild run from the last event.
You just need a pro rally driver and a bunch of dirt to do it.
Ford put together a sweet mini-documentary showing how it developed a 600-horsepower Focus rallycross car in under a year.
Watch in awe as a hillclimb first-gen Volkswagen Golf redefines your concept of what a lightweight hatchback can accomplish.
With 100 more horsepower than a Focus RS, this ST track monster is surprisingly balanced away from the circuit.
It'll also have an "electronic sound enhancer" and an active exhaust valve.
Snow and ice won't stop these rally cars from taking flight.
They might have the same name, but these two hot hatches don't have a lot in common.
The GTI Clubsport S shows itself up with a 7:47.19 Nordschleife lap time.
A stripped interior, full roll cage, and race suspension make this Italian hatch a serious contender on the circuit, and it's for sale.
With just a few bolt-ons, this hot hatch is pushing some serious numbers down the road.
Even with a long list of aftermarket parts, this big turbo Fiesta is still a blast to drive in the canyons.
It's just an idea right now, but with enough support, this sweet Lego Mk1 GTI could see production.
Standard all-wheel-drive for under $20,000? Not a bad deal.
This old Golf is probably faster than your car around the Nurburgring.