Mundial de rallies

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El belga Thierry Neuville se adjudicó el Rally de Suecia
El belga Thierry Neuville se adjudicó el Rally de Suecia
El belga Thierry Neuville se adjudicó el Rally de Suecia
Thierry Neuville (C-R) of Belgium and his co-driver Nicolas Gilsoul (C-L) of Belgium celebrate with their team members on the podium after winning the Rally Sweden 2018 as part of the World Rally Championship (WRC) in Torsby, Sweden. EFE
Thierry Neuville (C-R) of Belgium and his co-driver Nicolas Gilsoul (C-L) of Belgium celebrate with their team members on the podium after winning the Rally Sweden 2018 as part of the World Rally Championship (WRC) in Torsby, Sweden. EFE
Thierry Neuville (C-R) of Belgium and his co-driver Nicolas Gilsoul (C-L) of Belgium celebrate with their team members on the podium after winning the Rally Sweden 2018 as part of the World Rally Championship (WRC) in Torsby, Sweden. EFE
Thierry Neuville of Belgium drives his Hyundai i20 Coupe WRC on his way to win the Rally Sweden 2018 as part of the World Rally Championship (WRC) in Torsby, Sweden. EFE
Thierry Neuville of Belgium drives his Hyundai i20 Coupe WRC on his way to win the Rally Sweden 2018 as part of the World Rally Championship (WRC) in Torsby, Sweden. EFE
Thierry Neuville of Belgium drives his Hyundai i20 Coupe WRC on his way to win the Rally Sweden 2018 as part of the World Rally Championship (WRC) in Torsby, Sweden. EFE
Thierry Neuville (R) of Belgium and his co-driver Nicolas Gilsoul (L) of Belgium celebrate on the podium after winning the Rally Sweden 2018 as part of the World Rally Championship (WRC) in Torsby, Sweden. EFE
Thierry Neuville (R) of Belgium and his co-driver Nicolas Gilsoul (L) of Belgium celebrate on the podium after winning the Rally Sweden 2018 as part of the World Rally Championship (WRC) in Torsby, Sweden. EFE
Thierry Neuville (R) of Belgium and his co-driver Nicolas Gilsoul (L) of Belgium celebrate on the podium after winning the Rally Sweden 2018 as part of the World Rally Championship (WRC) in Torsby, Sweden. EFE
Thierry Neuville of Belgium drives his Hyundai i20 Coupe WRC on his way to win the Rally Sweden 2018 as part of the World Rally Championship (WRC) in Torsby, Sweden. EFE
Thierry Neuville of Belgium drives his Hyundai i20 Coupe WRC on his way to win the Rally Sweden 2018 as part of the World Rally Championship (WRC) in Torsby, Sweden. EFE
Thierry Neuville of Belgium drives his Hyundai i20 Coupe WRC on his way to win the Rally Sweden 2018 as part of the World Rally Championship (WRC) in Torsby, Sweden. EFE
Thierry Neuville (C-R) of Belgium and his co-driver Nicolas Gilsoul (C-L) of Belgium celebrate with their team members on the podium after winning the Rally Sweden 2018 as part of the World Rally Championship (WRC) in Torsby, Sweden. EFE
Thierry Neuville (C-R) of Belgium and his co-driver Nicolas Gilsoul (C-L) of Belgium celebrate with their team members on the podium after winning the Rally Sweden 2018 as part of the World Rally Championship (WRC) in Torsby, Sweden. EFE
Thierry Neuville (C-R) of Belgium and his co-driver Nicolas Gilsoul (C-L) of Belgium celebrate with their team members on the podium after winning the Rally Sweden 2018 as part of the World Rally Championship (WRC) in Torsby, Sweden. EFE
Thierry Neuville (R) of Belgium and his co-driver Nicolas Gilsoul (L) of Belgium celebrate on the podium after winning the Rally Sweden 2018 as part of the World Rally Championship (WRC) in Torsby, Sweden. EFE
Thierry Neuville (R) of Belgium and his co-driver Nicolas Gilsoul (L) of Belgium celebrate on the podium after winning the Rally Sweden 2018 as part of the World Rally Championship (WRC) in Torsby, Sweden. EFE
Thierry Neuville (R) of Belgium and his co-driver Nicolas Gilsoul (L) of Belgium celebrate on the podium after winning the Rally Sweden 2018 as part of the World Rally Championship (WRC) in Torsby, Sweden. EFE
Thierry Neuville (C-R) of Belgium and his co-driver Nicolas Gilsoul (C-L) of Belgium celebrate with their team members on the podium after winning the Rally Sweden 2018 as part of the World Rally Championship (WRC) in Torsby, Sweden. EFE
Thierry Neuville (C-R) of Belgium and his co-driver Nicolas Gilsoul (C-L) of Belgium celebrate with their team members on the podium after winning the Rally Sweden 2018 as part of the World Rally Championship (WRC) in Torsby, Sweden. EFE
Thierry Neuville (C-R) of Belgium and his co-driver Nicolas Gilsoul (C-L) of Belgium celebrate with their team members on the podium after winning the Rally Sweden 2018 as part of the World Rally Championship (WRC) in Torsby, Sweden. EFE
Thierry Neuville of Belgium drives his Hyundai i20 Coupe WRC on his way to win the Rally Sweden 2018 as part of the World Rally Championship (WRC) in Torsby, Sweden. EFE
Thierry Neuville of Belgium drives his Hyundai i20 Coupe WRC on his way to win the Rally Sweden 2018 as part of the World Rally Championship (WRC) in Torsby, Sweden. EFE
Thierry Neuville of Belgium drives his Hyundai i20 Coupe WRC on his way to win the Rally Sweden 2018 as part of the World Rally Championship (WRC) in Torsby, Sweden. EFE
Thierry Neuville (R) of Belgium and his co-driver Nicolas Gilsoul (L) of Belgium celebrate on the podium after winning the Rally Sweden 2018 as part of the World Rally Championship (WRC) in Torsby, Sweden. EFE
Thierry Neuville (R) of Belgium and his co-driver Nicolas Gilsoul (L) of Belgium celebrate on the podium after winning the Rally Sweden 2018 as part of the World Rally Championship (WRC) in Torsby, Sweden. EFE
Thierry Neuville (R) of Belgium and his co-driver Nicolas Gilsoul (L) of Belgium celebrate on the podium after winning the Rally Sweden 2018 as part of the World Rally Championship (WRC) in Torsby, Sweden. EFE
Thierry Neuville of Belgium smiles during the Rally Sweden 2018 as part of the World Rally Championship (WRC) in Torsby, Sweden. EFE
Thierry Neuville of Belgium smiles during the Rally Sweden 2018 as part of the World Rally Championship (WRC) in Torsby, Sweden. EFE
Thierry Neuville of Belgium smiles during the Rally Sweden 2018 as part of the World Rally Championship (WRC) in Torsby, Sweden. EFE
Thierry Neuville of Belgium drives his Hyundai i20 Coupe WRC during day 3 of the Rally Sweden 2018 as part of the World Rally Championship (WRC) in Torsby, Sweden. EFE
Thierry Neuville of Belgium drives his Hyundai i20 Coupe WRC during day 3 of the Rally Sweden 2018 as part of the World Rally Championship (WRC) in Torsby, Sweden. EFE
Thierry Neuville of Belgium drives his Hyundai i20 Coupe WRC during day 3 of the Rally Sweden 2018 as part of the World Rally Championship (WRC) in Torsby, Sweden. EFE
Thierry Neuville of Belgium drives his Hyundai i20 Coupe WRC during day 3 of the Rally Sweden 2018 as part of the World Rally Championship (WRC) in Torsby, Sweden. EFE
Thierry Neuville of Belgium drives his Hyundai i20 Coupe WRC during day 3 of the Rally Sweden 2018 as part of the World Rally Championship (WRC) in Torsby, Sweden. EFE
Thierry Neuville of Belgium drives his Hyundai i20 Coupe WRC during day 3 of the Rally Sweden 2018 as part of the World Rally Championship (WRC) in Torsby, Sweden. EFE
Filip Forsberg wires a wrist shot past Carter Hutton on a penalty shot to cap off the Predators' wild rally in a 4-3 comeback victory
Forsberg's penalty-shot OT winner
Filip Forsberg wires a wrist shot past Carter Hutton on a penalty shot to cap off the Predators' wild rally in a 4-3 comeback victory
Filip Forsberg wires a wrist shot past Carter Hutton on a penalty shot to cap off the Predators' wild rally in a 4-3 comeback victory
Forsberg's penalty-shot OT winner
Filip Forsberg wires a wrist shot past Carter Hutton on a penalty shot to cap off the Predators' wild rally in a 4-3 comeback victory
Filip Forsberg wires a wrist shot past Carter Hutton on a penalty shot to cap off the Predators' wild rally in a 4-3 comeback victory
Forsberg's penalty-shot OT winner
Filip Forsberg wires a wrist shot past Carter Hutton on a penalty shot to cap off the Predators' wild rally in a 4-3 comeback victory
5-Star Movement leader Luigi Di Maio talks with judo trainer Giovanni Maddaloni during a political rally in the neighborhood of Scampia in Naples, Italy February 12, 2018. The jersey reads "legality is built together" REUTERS/Ciro De Luca
5-Star Movement leader Luigi Di Maio talks with judo trainer Giovanni Maddaloni during a political rally in the neighborhood of Scampia in Naples
5-Star Movement leader Luigi Di Maio talks with judo trainer Giovanni Maddaloni during a political rally in the neighborhood of Scampia in Naples, Italy February 12, 2018. The jersey reads "legality is built together" REUTERS/Ciro De Luca
El hasta ahora director deportivo del Dakar Marc Coma. EFE/Archivo
El hasta ahora director deportivo del Dakar Marc Coma. EFE/Archivo
El hasta ahora director deportivo del Dakar Marc Coma. EFE/Archivo
Duro golpe para el Rally Dakar: Marc Coma renunció a la dirección deportiva
Duro golpe para el Rally Dakar: Marc Coma renunció a la dirección deportiva
Duro golpe para el Rally Dakar: Marc Coma renunció a la dirección deportiva
El piloto Carlos Sainz (i) y su copiloto Lucas Cruz (d), ganadores del Dakar 2018, posan con la presidenta de la Comunidad de Madrid, Cristina Cifuentes. EFE
El piloto Carlos Sainz (i) y su copiloto Lucas Cruz (d), ganadores del Dakar 2018, posan con la presidenta de la Comunidad de Madrid, Cristina Cifuentes. EFE
El piloto Carlos Sainz (i) y su copiloto Lucas Cruz (d), ganadores del Dakar 2018, posan con la presidenta de la Comunidad de Madrid, Cristina Cifuentes. EFE
La presidenta de la Comunidad de Madrid, Cristina Cifuentes, junto al piloto Carlos Sainz, ganador del Dakar 2018 junto a su copiloto Lucas Cruz, posan dentro del coche con el quehan ganado este último título. EFE
La presidenta de la Comunidad de Madrid, Cristina Cifuentes, junto al piloto Carlos Sainz, ganador del Dakar 2018 junto a su copiloto Lucas Cruz, posan dentro del coche con el quehan ganado este último título. EFE
La presidenta de la Comunidad de Madrid, Cristina Cifuentes, junto al piloto Carlos Sainz, ganador del Dakar 2018 junto a su copiloto Lucas Cruz, posan dentro del coche con el quehan ganado este último título. EFE
El piloto Carlos Sainz, ganador del Dakar 2018 junto a su copiloto Lucas Cruz (c), firma en el libro de honor de la Comunidad de Madrid, en presencia de la presidenta regional, Cristina Cifuentes. EFE
El piloto Carlos Sainz, ganador del Dakar 2018 junto a su copiloto Lucas Cruz (c), firma en el libro de honor de la Comunidad de Madrid, en presencia de la presidenta regional, Cristina Cifuentes. EFE
El piloto Carlos Sainz, ganador del Dakar 2018 junto a su copiloto Lucas Cruz (c), firma en el libro de honor de la Comunidad de Madrid, en presencia de la presidenta regional, Cristina Cifuentes. EFE
El piloto Carlos Sainz (d), su copiloto Lucas Cruz (i), y la presidenta de la Comunidad de Madrid, Cristina Cifuentes, posan junto al coche con el que han ganado el Dakar 2018, durante el homenaje que se les ha brindado hoy en la Real Casa de Correos. EFE
El piloto Carlos Sainz (d), su copiloto Lucas Cruz (i), y la presidenta de la Comunidad de Madrid, Cristina Cifuentes, posan junto al coche con el que han ganado el Dakar 2018, durante el homenaje que se les ha brindado hoy en la Real Casa de Correos. EFE
El piloto Carlos Sainz (d), su copiloto Lucas Cruz (i), y la presidenta de la Comunidad de Madrid, Cristina Cifuentes, posan junto al coche con el que han ganado el Dakar 2018, durante el homenaje que se les ha brindado hoy en la Real Casa de Correos. EFE
El piloto Carlos Sainz, ganador del Dakar en autos junto a su copiloto Lucas Cruz (d), en el aeropuerto Adolfo Suárez Madrid-Barajas, a su regreso a España. EFE/Archivo
El piloto Carlos Sainz, ganador del Dakar en autos junto a su copiloto Lucas Cruz (d), en el aeropuerto Adolfo Suárez Madrid-Barajas, a su regreso a España. EFE/Archivo
El piloto Carlos Sainz, ganador del Dakar en autos junto a su copiloto Lucas Cruz (d), en el aeropuerto Adolfo Suárez Madrid-Barajas, a su regreso a España. EFE/Archivo
Fotografía facilitada por Rafael Fernandez Cosin, que fue el vencedor de la 21ª edición del Rally de Montecarlo para coches antiguos, en la categoría de vehículos construidos entre 1966 y 1971, y lo hizo portando el dorsal 155 que él mismo había solicitado a la organización. EFE
Fotografía facilitada por Rafael Fernandez Cosin, que fue el vencedor de la 21ª edición del Rally de Montecarlo para coches antiguos, en la categoría de vehículos construidos entre 1966 y 1971, y lo hizo portando el dorsal 155 que él mismo había solicitado a la organización. EFE
Fotografía facilitada por Rafael Fernandez Cosin, que fue el vencedor de la 21ª edición del Rally de Montecarlo para coches antiguos, en la categoría de vehículos construidos entre 1966 y 1971, y lo hizo portando el dorsal 155 que él mismo había solicitado a la organización. EFE

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