Last November we treated the Mk7 to some new rims and rubber – here’s what happened.
Fiesta ST driver Louise Cook finished sixth in the Production World Rally Championship at the WRC Acropolis Rally Greece last weekend, leaving her fifth in the Championship with four events to go.
A much-needed steering upgrade had Neil smiling from ear to ear last November – let’s go back a few months and find out why.
We go back to October 2011, when Jamie took the Fiesta to get its rusty rear arches sorted.
By last October, the FRST started to look like a car again! It’s is in paint, it’s on wheels and it moves under its own steam. Almost… Neil explains.
Last October, we further improved the Mk7’s cornering abilities with some new polyurethane bushes. Jamie explained how and why…
We go back to October 2011 for this update, when Neil was tearing up Fight Club and Ford Fair in the Mk1.
Ford has revealed the new production-ready Fiesta ST at the 2012 Geneva Motor Show – with the car’s launch set for 2013.
Ford Mk6 Fiesta ST driver Louise Cook has become the first ever female podium-finisher on a round of the Production World Rally Championship when she took second place on the Rallye Monte Carlo.
MotoGP ace Valentino Rossi has been testing a WRC-spec Fiesta in preparation for the Monza Rally Show – and he’s been taking it to the limit!
Last time, Neil had a belt failure which meant the Mk1 was briefly out of action.
Fiesta ST driver Louise Cook is the DT MSA BRC Ladies Champion for 2011, and even more impressively she finished the M-Sport Ford Fiesta Sport Trophy in second place ahead of 11 male drivers.
Last time, Neil pulled in a lot of favours with mates and thought that if he killed himself, he could have just about had it ready in time for Gatebil…
In a surprise Frankfurt announcement, the new Fiesta ST has been unveiled… as a concept. But it looks road-ready to us…
Things are progressing nicely with the Fiesta, and it’s causing Jamie a lot less stress than the Saph…
We’re the first to admit that the progress on project Mk7 has been slow to get off the ground, but at last we’re making inroads – Dan took it to Tarnock Garage.