Francois Delecour will return to the Monte Carlo Rally in 2014, two years after he last contested the event.
Robert Kubica will stay in the World Rally Championship for the 2014 season and move into the top class with an M-Sport-prepared Ford.
M-Sport will field team returnee Mikko Hirvonen and WRC2 graduate Elfyn Evans in its World Rally Championship team in 2014.
Citroen has confirmed Kris Meeke and Mads Ostberg will lead its 2014 World Rally Championship assault.
Hyundai has confirmed that Dani Sordo and Chris Atkinson will form part of its attack in 2014.
Ex-F1 driver Robert Kubica has won the inaugural FIA 'Personality of the Year' award after a successful season in rallying.
M-Sport boss Malcolm Wilson wants Robert Kubica as his team leader in the 2014 World Rally Championship.
Sebastien Ogier's dominant 2013 World Rally Championship season will not earn him preferential treatment next year.
Toyota's return to the WRC has taken a step closer with the news that it will build a Yaris World Rally Car next year.
The FIA has approved the World Rally Championship's change of running order format for 2014.
Dani Sordo will be confirmed as a Hyundai World Rally Championship driver for the 2014-opening Monte Carlo event next week.
Former Citroen driver Francois Duval is in the running for a return to the team in the World Rally Championship next season.
Juho Hanninen will contest a partial World Rally Championship campaign with Hyundai's new i20 programme in 2014.
World Rally Championship timing boss Pedro Cieza has denied his firm's responsibility for the absence of results from last week's Rally GB.
The 2014 World Rally Championship will offer more live television and internet coverage than ever before.
Rally GB organisers have hit out at the World Rally Championship timing supplier after being unable to declare winners.
Thierry Neuville bade an emotional farewell to M-Sport on last week's Rally GB, thanking them for helping transform his career.
Sebastien Ogier claimed his first win on Rally GB to cap a phenomenal comeback season for Volkswagen.
Robert Kubica's Rally GB is over as his Citroen was too badly damaged in his second crash of the weekend to rejoin for Sunday's final leg.
M-Sport boss Malcolm Wilson applauded Rally GB's move north following last week's event.