In case you haven’t heard, Ford is stopping sales on all non-SUVs, trucks, and crossovers in the US, save the Mustang, come next year. In Europe, it’s a different story. Ford recently unveiled a new Fiesta for its overseas markets, and now, the new new entry-level rallying version is out. Meet the Fiesta R2. The R2 is built by British firm M-Sport, the same company responsible for the top-level R5 Fiestas you see in the World Rally Championship. The street car-based R2s are much cheaper, and aimed at teams or individuals who want an affordable, reliable, competitive entry-level car that complies to all of the FIA’s regulations. Power comes from a Ecoboost 1.0-liter three-cylinder engine making 200 horses, getting torque to the front wheels via a five-speed sequential transmission built by Sadev. The new R2 will be the spec car used in next year’s 2019 WRC Junior championship. Though we’re sad we won’t be able to own it here, we’re still excited to see it on the stages.