Sainz is racing in Rally of Turkey from June 3rd to 5th. Two-time World Rally Champion Carlos Sainz retired at the end of last year, but he'll be back one last time to race for Citroen to fill a spot vacated by the struggling Francois Duval. I personally think that the WRC is the most exciting race to watch, and the more you guys care, the more chances they'll show it live in the US. Here are the reasons to care: It has fast drifting turns, spectacular scenery, death-defying leaps over blind crests and some dude in the passenger seat reading out the turns to a guy driving at 100mph who hasn't seen the road before. These guys have balls, real manly ones. Oh, did I mention awesome crashes into trees? Yeah, they got that too. For those of you who want to start watching, the WRC Magazine show airs on the Speed Channel.
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