It's an exciting time in the World Rally Championship. With the driver market in a state of flux, three top drivers representing three different manufacturers and an impending switch to hybrid power for 2022, there isn't a dull moment in the service park.
Not since Volkswagen's shock withdrawal after Dieselgate in 2016 left Sebastien Ogier out on the kerb has a driver been in such high demand as Ott Tanak is right now - making him the key weapon in the WRC, who could affect the next decade of the championship.
The quiet and unassuming Estonian has experienced the most incredible rise to the top of the WRC, despite being dropped by M-Sport Ford World Rally Team's Malcolm Wilson three times in the process. But for every time he was dropped, Wilson brought him back and it forged an unbreakable bond between Wilson, Tanak and the team.