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Breen Secures Citroen's First Swedish Podium Since 2014

Citroen Racing's Craig Breen secured the French team's first Rally Sweden podium since 2014 as the Irishman secured his best WRC finish when he came home in second place overall on Sunday ending the event just behind winner Thierry Neuville in his Hyundai. Speaking following the rally, Breen who ended the ...

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Highlights From Rally Sweden

(Video courtesy of the Citroen Racing Team) Citro├źn Racing's Craig Breen had a great end to Rally Sweden as he ended the event in second place.

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Breen On Top Of The World

Citroen Racing WRC driver Craig Breen said he was on top of the world after securing his best WRC result at Rally Sweden. The Waterford native finished the event in second place behind winner Thierry Neuville. Speaking following the event, Breen commented by saying: I'm not going to cry this time. It's awesome, ...

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Neuville Wins In Sweden But Breen Stars

Hyundai Motorsport's Thierry Neuville took victory at Rallye Sweden on Sunday giving the team their first victory of the 2018 season. Neuville took victory by 19.8s ahead of Ireland's Craig Breen who scored his best WRC result to date with a fantastic second place finish for Citroen Racing. Speaking following the ...

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Breen flies in Sweden

Breen Over The Moon As He Flies On Day 3 In Sweden

Ireland's Crag Breen and his co-driver Scott Martin put in a superb display on the third day of Rallye Sweden for the Citroen Racing WRC Team. Following a fantastic performance on Friday which saw the Waterford native finish the day on the snow in fifth place overall, Breen moved up the ...

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Rosberg Leads A Mercedes 1-2 In Final Practice In Japan

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Nico Rosberg led a Mercedes 1-2 in the final practice session ahead of this afternoon’s qualifying session for Sunday’s Japanese Grand Prix at the Suzuka circuit. The German set a fastest time of 1m 33.995s ending the session just ahead of reigning world champion Lewis Hamilton. Red Bull Racing’s Daniel Ricciardo set the third fastest time just ahead of the […]

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Button Not Ready To Make Announcement But It Will Come Sooner Rather Than Later

Jenson Button in the garage.

McLaren Honda’s Jenson Button has revealed to Sky Sports F1 HD’s Ted Kravitz that he is not ready to make an announcement about his plans for next season amid continuing speculation surrounding the 2009 champion’s future. I can’t say anything else on the matter, I’m sorry. All I can say is that this year has been a really difficult year […]

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Foyt Recovering Following Successful Knee Replacement Surgery

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Verizon IndyCar Series legend and owner of AJ Foyt Racing, AJ Foyt is recovering following successful knee replacement surgery in a Houston hospital on Wednesday. The 80 year old was receiving treatment for a staph infection with the implant replacing an antibiotic-infused cement spacer. Speaking following the surgery, Foyt commented by saying: My doctors said everything went perfectly, so I […]

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Mateschitz Disillusioned With Formula One At The Moment

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Red Bull Racing Team Principal Christian Horner has confirmed that Red Bull owner Dietrich Mateschitz has become: Somewhat disillusioned with Formula One at the moment. He’s been very consistent in that statement. It’s my job to try and find a solution. We have a big commitment to Formula One, a big workforce, a very talented team and I’m doing my […]

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Lotus F1 Team Confirm Grosjean Departure With The Frenchman Set To Join The Haas F1 Team

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Japanese Grand Prix, Thursday 24th September 2015. Suzuka, Japan.

The Lotus F1 Team have officially confirmed that Romain Grosjean will leave the Enstone outfit at the end of the season with the Frenchman expected to be confirmed as a Haas F1 Team driver on Tuesday. Speaking to F1i Lotus Deputy Team Principal Frederico Gastaldi confirmed the news on Friday saying: We obviously had Romain and Pastor [Maldonado]. Romain has […]

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