With Jari-Matti Latvala looking set to at least equal his previous best of 2nd in the championship and Sebastian Ogier once more making the running, the 2014 looked set to be another classic as we went to press with three rounds still to go.
Hyundai, Citroen, Ford and Volkswagen put together competitive machinery but in the early rounds it was defending champions VW who set the pace, with wins switching between Ogier and Latvala.
It wasn’t until round 9, Rallye Deutchland, that Neuville managed to put the Hyundai on the top step, although normal service was resumed in Australia as VW completed a clean sweep.
The Official Review has full highlights of every round and gets behind the scenes access to see what really goes on in the WRC.
The camera work is the best ever - and in a sport that really lends itself to being filmed there is loads to see in the high-def and slo-mo footage.
Get ready for the ride of your life!