If you haven’t watched WRC in a while (we don’t blame you, it’s pretty hard to find nowadays) head to the Tubes of You and check out some of the cars and action from last year. For 2020, the cars are still following the rallying rulebook from 2017 – the year when they slackened off the regs to offer teams greater aero freedom, lighter cars and bigger wings. The aim was to try and inject some excitement back into the stale series and it’s worked. Like all good rally cars, they’re still your basic, recognisable shopping trolley hatchback, just beefed up to insanity with crazy bodywork, oodles of power and a fantastic soundtrack that still makes them the pinnacle of fast on any surface, at any time. They’re also spawning a set of cool homologation rally-rep road cars like the GR Yaris, and you can’t be po-faced about that.