Shakedown complete… What’s next for DirtFish

After a great start with the Monte Carlo Rally, we've got plenty more to come


A huge thank you to everyone who’s been enjoying the new DirtFish content so far – we’re excited that our first two weeks have just been a hint of what’s to come in 2020.

Our comprehensive Monte Carlo Rally coverage was really just our ‘shakedown stage’ to make sure all was running smoothly and we were ready for action. So as we head towards Rally Sweden and Rally Mexico expect the pace here to step up a major gear.


Let us know via our social media channels what you want to see from DirtFish's rally and rallycross coverage

As well as the fastest updates from every World Rally Championship event and Colin Clark’s behind-the-scenes videos, columns and insight, we’ll soon be adding a lot more in-depth analysis before, during and after WRC rounds, plus more driver interviews, some extraordinary video features and some live extras via our social media channels.

Also look out for more about rallying’s great history in the coming months. DirtFish has an incredible collection of rally cars and we’ll be exploring them and tell the stories behind them in both written articles and unique videos.

The Ford Focus restored after Colin McRae’s infamous Corsica crash and the Subaru Impreza Richard Burns was given by Prodrive as a reward for winning the WRC title are just some of the amazing machines we’ll be taking you inside.


We’ll also be telling you more about what goes on here at DirtFish in Seattle, sharing the best tips from our rally instructors and putting the spotlight on our growing array of motorsport activities.

Beyond the WRC, look out for our ARA Rally and worldwide rallycross coverage to keep getting bigger and better, and for more articles exploring rallying and its participants around the world from the grassroots leagues to the rising stars heading for the WRC.

We’ve got plenty more ideas for making sure DirtFish becomes the only place to go for rallying and rallycross, but we’re keen to hear from you too.

Let us know via our social media channels what content you want to see, what classic rallying history moments you’d like to us explore and which drivers and events you’d love to read more about.