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    Citroen WRT

    Will Loeb be allowed to win in 13, or priority on championchips for main drivers?

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    Matton on Belgian TV now: "I think there is a future for Andreas at Citroen. Discussions are on"

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    Toyota made really fat points this weekend. There is a 46 points gap between them and Citroen now. They need a miracle not to come last the way it is going.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fly View Post
    Matton on Belgian TV now: "I think there is a future for Andreas at Citroen. Discussions are on"
    Question is if Andreas thinks the same. Probably yes for this year, but for next?

    EDIT: Paddon has contract for 2018 (last year)
    Hanninen only has a deal for this year

    So prbly the negotiations are between Citroen and Toyota. (Provided Ogier stays where he is)
    Last edited by mknight; 11th June 2017 at 18:11.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mknight View Post
    Question is if Andreas thinks the same. Probably yes for this year, but for next?
    He probably isn't in a position to dictate...

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    Ogier said he would leave if Ford didn't come in as a works team, and that is apparently looking iffy.

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    where is he leaving ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bugwrx View Post
    where is he leaving ?
    That is the question. I hope Ford are not gambling on it because the guy knows what he's worth and according to Wilson M-Sport won't be able to afford that without backing from Ford for another year. I guess he would go to Citroen if Ford doesn't pay up.

    It's really silly they wouldn't even have to invest THAT much. Just pay his wages and make sure M-Sport have enough dough to keep the Fiesta at a similar level as the i20. But they miserably failed before when Sainz and McRae were forced to leave because of late decisions in 2002 and then Mšrtin and Duval in 2004. Ford have some real slow people in their offices. Also look at the crashing and burning of the F1 Jaguar project. They always have huge potential, invest too little too late and make a complete faff of it.
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    Mikkelsen to replace Meeke in Poland!!! WOW!!!

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