Wednesday, 29 January 2020 / Published in Latest News
Fresh from a solid season-opening fourth place (WRC 2 class) at the Monte Carlo Rally, Rhys Yates has confirmed he will dovetail his world championship effort with a shot at home glory in the British Rally Championship. The Chesterfield driver made his debut with world champion squad M-Sport Ford World Rally Team in Monte Carlo
Sunday, 26 January 2020 / Published in Latest News
Rhys Yates delivered an inspired and point-scoring Monte Carlo Rally result on his debut with the M-Sport Ford World Rally Team. Competing on one of the World Rally Championship’s toughest and most technical events for only the second time, Rhys impressed with a mature and level-headed drive to deliver his Ford Fiesta R5 MkII to
Friday, 17 January 2020 / Published in Latest News
Monte Carlo. One of the most famous places in the world. A place famed for the finer things in life. And for rolling the dice and taking the odd gamble. Especially in January. And especially in a rally car.  When Rhys Yates arrives in the principality for the ceremonial start of Rallye Monte-Carlo on Thursday
Thursday, 09 January 2020 / Published in Latest News
Rising British rally star Rhys Yates will take the biggest step of his career when he joins the multiple world championship-winning M-Sport Ford World Rally Team for the 2020 season. The Chesterfield star inked a deal to join the Cumbrian-based outfit which dominated the World Rally Championship through the 2017/18 seasons late last month. Rhys
Wednesday, 04 December 2019 / Published in Latest News
Chesterfield World Rally Championship star Rhys Yates will complete his season with an entry at this week’s spectacular Monza Rally Show in Italy. The 27-year-old will face some of the fastest drivers in the world at an event which traditionally brings the season to a close in the unusual confines of a racetrack. But Monza’s
Tuesday, 08 October 2019 / Published in Latest News
After competing on some of the world’s toughest rallies in his rookie WRC 2 season, last week’s Wales Rally GB turned into something of a bittersweet experience for Chesterfield driver Rhys Yates. Rhys and co-driver James Morgan switched from their usual RYR ŠKODA Fabia R5 to tackle Britain’s biggest motorsport event in a Hyundai i20
Friday, 27 September 2019 / Published in Latest News
Chesterfield’s World Rally Championship driver Rhys Yates will swap his ŠKODA Fabia R5 for a Hyundai i20 R5 ahead of one of the biggest events of his season, next week’s Wales Rally GB. Rhys has admitted the switch could compromise his performance on his home round of the world series, but in terms of longer-term
Wednesday, 11 September 2019 / Published in Latest News
British driver Rhys Yates will make his first World Rally Championship start aboard a Hyundai i20 R5 at Wales Rally GB (October 3-6). Rhys has switched from his regular ŠKODA Fabia R5 in search of broader experience of R5 machinery competing in WRC2. The Chesterfield star made his debut aboard a Hyundai at last week’s
Sunday, 08 September 2019 / Published in Latest News
Ordinarily, donuts are avoided by athletes like Chesterfield’s World Rally Championship regular Rhys Yates.  Ordinarily.  Last week in Poland, Rhys couldn’t help himself. He couldn’t get enough donuts. Every time he finished one, the crowd went wild and cheered until he did started another. Courtesy of American rally superstar and internet sensation Ken Block, donuts
Monday, 02 September 2019 / Published in Latest News
Rhys Yates and six-time British Olympic champion Sir Chris Hoy will both hire and drive Hyundai i20 R5s at Gymkhana GRiD in Warsaw, Poland on Saturday. Before discussing GRiD – the brainchild of Monster Energy-backed American internet sensation Ken Block – Rhys talked about the potential to work close to one of the world’s greatest
Sunday, 25 August 2019 / Published in Latest News
Military roads designed to test American tanks to their very limits are tough enough, but combine them with some of the most technical tracks through the toweringly steep Mosel vineyards and complete the package with a fast and furious run through the German country lanes and you’ve got ADAC Rallye Deutschland. Little wonder it’s one
Friday, 16 August 2019 / Published in Latest News
Chesterfield driver Rhys Yates will return to World Rally Championship (WRC) action at next week’s ADAC Rallye Deutschland – and the 27-year-old has been counting the minutes until this moment. Rhys and his Rhys Yates Rallying (RYR) team were forced out of the last WRC round in Finland after an accident in Belgium caused too