Red Bull athlete and rally legend Sebastien Ogier once again reached the happy end at the World Rally Championship (WRC), one of the world’s largest motorsport organizations. With this result, the French athlete won the 7th World Rally Championship of his career. Elfyn Evans, another Red Bull athlete, took part in the second stage of the final podium of the World Rally Championship.
The 7th and last race of the World Rally Championship calendar was run in Monza. Ogier, who came second in the championship race, left Italy with victory, in the rally, which has been held every year since 1978, and attracted great interest from track pilots. With Evans making a mistake as the leader of Monza, Red Bull athlete Ogier, who won in Italy, reached 122 points in the overall classification and won the 7th World championship of his career. Red Bull athlete Evans, who was left behind due to a problem and was able to take 17th place in Monza, finished second in the World Rally Championship with 114 points.
WRC PILOT RANGE
Sebastien Ogier 122
Elfyn Evans 114
Ott Tanak 105