Category Archives: World Rally Championship

Breen Set To See Out The Season With Citroen

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Citroen Total Abu Dhabi WRC Team driver Craig Breen is likely to remain with the French manufacturer for the remaining events of the 2018 FIA World Rally Championship following the departure of Kris Meeke. Paddock Eye understands that Citroen Team Principal Pierre Budar is exploring all options when it comes to a permanent replacement for Meeke. Breen was due to […]

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Citroen Terminate The Services Of Kris Meeke

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The Citroen Racing WRC Team released a statement on Thursday to confirm that they have terminated the contracts of both Kris Meeke and his co-driver Paul Neagle. The statement read: Due to an excessively high number of crashes, some of which were particularly heavy and could have had serious consequences with regard to the crew’s safety, and given that the […]

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Three Stage Wins For Loeb While Meeke Forced To Retire

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Citroen Racing’s Sebastien Loeb and his co-driver Daniel Elena returned to stage action under rally 2 regulations on day three of the Tour De Corse at Rally Corsica. The Frenchman had a great day winning three of the afternoon’s six stages. Speaking following the day of action, Loeb commented by saying: It was a very good day for us – […]

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M-Sport Ford Looking For Their Third Win Of The Season In Corsica

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The M-Sport Ford World Rally Championship team head to Corsica next weekend, round four the 2018 World Rally Championship aiming to secure their third victory of the year. Defending World Rally Champion Sebastien Loeb who has two wins so far this season including at his home event in Monte Carlo commented ahead of Corsica saying: We’ve had a really positive […]

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Noh Becomes Hyundai Motorsport President

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Hyundai Motorsport GmBH have announced that Korean Scott Noh has been named the company’s new president effective March 1, 2018. Noh will oversee the company’s World Rally Championship programme along with their other motorsport interests and speaking about his appointment to the position which comes just a number of days after Hyundai’s Thierry Neuville took victory at Rally Sweden. Speaking […]

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