Sebastien Ogier holds the early Rally Mexico lead after topping Thursday night's Guanajuato street stage.
MG has issued a guarded response to news that the firm could be on the verge of a return to the World Rally Championship.
M-Sport has decided against running its latest-specification Ford Fiesta RS WRCs in Mexico next week.
Hyundai will field three i20s for the first time on round four of the 2014 World Rally Championship in Portugal in April.
Jari-Matti Latvala made the perfect start to this week's Rally Mexico with the fastest time on Thursday's pre-event shakedown.
Ott Tanak has admitted he feared he might have lost his edge before his World Rally Championship comeback on Rally Sweden.
Hyundai driver Thierry Neuville has praised his new team for the pace the Korean firm has achieved with just six months of development of the i20 WRC.
Robert Kubica says his first outing on snow provided plenty of experience, despite crashing three times on last week's Rally Sweden.
Jacques Villeneuve will have his eye on another motorsport title when he races in this year's World Rallycross Championship.
Citroen team principal Yves Matton has praised Kris Meeke's Rally Sweden debut, pointing out that he fared better than Sebastien Loeb on his first snow events.
Rally Sweden promoter Glen Olsson says he has no intention of moving the event north despite the lack of snow or ice on much of the 2014 route.
The Vatanen name will return to the WRC this season after Ari's son Max was listed among the 12-strong field for the new Drive DMACK Fiesta Cup.
Jari-Matti Latvala reckons securing victory on Rally Sweden was key to his chances of putting together a World Rally Championship title bid.
Jari-Matti Latvala moved into the lead of the WRC after earning his second win for Volkswagen with victory on Rally Sweden.
Hyundai has added Kiwi Hayden Paddon to its burgeoning list of drivers for the 2014 World Rally Championship.
Mads Ostberg has criticised Robert Kubica's decision to pull out on him, costing him time on the second day of Rally Sweden.