Podcast: It’s all about change, Cumbria and the future

Our panel discuss the change that is afoot in the WRC in the latest episode of Spin, The Rally Pod

Esapekka Lappi

Rallying is making changes for 2020 to make it through the current pandemic as safely as possible while still providing high-speed action. But changes that are even further down the road are what’s under discussion in the latest episode of Spin, The Rally Pod.

The Monte Carlo Rally has made adjustments to its famous route for 2021 as it hosts the World Rally Championship season opener once again. And talking of season openers, the return of international rallying is just around the corner in the form of European Rally Championship season opener Rally di Roma. We’ll be on the ground to bring you the latest.

But as for the future, one of the biggest changes for rallying will be adopting more environmentally friendly technology. Our podcast team go into easy-to-understand detail on how batteries work, where they come from, and what happens to their waste products: Colin Clark would like to use any spare water to go fishing.

DirtFish fans will soon be treated to exclusive video content from M-Sport’s headquarters and brand new test track in Cumbria, and Clark and David Evans give a preview of what to expect from their trip two weeks ago.

Expertly hosted by Lisa O’Sullivan, Clark and Evans are joined as always by former Toyota, Mitsubishi and Subaru team manager George Donaldson for the next hour of listening.