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    Quote Originally Posted by Eli View Post
    Which interview?
    http://www.marca.com/motor/rallies/2...3338b45ab.html

    Native speakers translated it somewhere here...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tarmop View Post
    http://www.marca.com/motor/rallies/2...3338b45ab.html

    Native speakers translated it somewhere here...
    Thankx
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    Strange that translating the article directly through Google Chrome omits the sentence about the meeting, but if I copy paste that into Google Translate, it does indeed say that they will have a meeting in September.

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    Yes, bad translation system.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andre Oliveira View Post
    Same news, same interviews, repetead ad nauseam
    Agree to an extent but I think this is the clearest sign yet that Loeb will do some rallies next year. I definitely feel sorry for Breen though. Seems the odds are stacked against him to get a full campaign next year.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Simmi View Post
    Agree to an extent but I think this is the clearest sign yet that Loeb will do some rallies next year. I definitely feel sorry for Breen though. Seems the odds are stacked against him to get a full campaign next year.
    Indeed, poor Breen.

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    I actually wonder if M-Sport do get cleaned out as many suspect, whether Malcolm might consider Breen? Don't think he's getting paid at Citroen so he could take his services elsewhere I guess. If Citroen agree to release him.

    I think he's proven this year he's worthy of a full championship.
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    Btw, Breen is going to enter the next Portuguese championship event at the wheel of the Vodafone/Sports&You DS3 R5 of JP Fontes. Rali de Mortágua (22/23 September) is a compact gravel rally at the north of Coimbra, using some stages that were part of Portugal Rally during the 90’s. Best luck to him and to Martin!
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    No Martin, Andrew Haynes instead.

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    Yep, its best luck to Breen and Haynes! Hope they enjoy the wknd at Mortágua.

    Quote Originally Posted by Simmi View Post
    Agree to an extent but I think this is the clearest sign yet that Loeb will do some rallies next year. I definitely feel sorry for Breen though. Seems the odds are stacked against him to get a full campaign next year.
    http://rmcsport.bfmtv.com/auto-moto/...c-1252899.html
    On this one (it was taken 4 days ago), Loeb says he’d enjoy doing a couple of events in the C3, but not a full WRC season. Next year he plans to be in the WRX again, even if Peugeot hasn’t yet confirmed their continuation at the series.

    With Ogier in the team, there’s no more ‘obligation’ to enter Lefebvre in order to have a French driver; maybe he’ll do 3 or 4 events in addition to the R5 program and Breen the remaining 9 or 10 rallys in the 3rd car, with the 4th unit being occasionally shared by Loeb and Al Qassimi…anyway, the fine news is that Meeke will keep a WRC seat next season, something that looked almost impossible a couple of months ago. Good for him, good for WRC!
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