9th September 2018, 20:04
But Østberg could get a podium. Maybe Australia and Wales for Mads as well.
Originally Posted by Barreis
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29th September 2018, 07:12
I'm so glad to see Sébastien Ogier back with Citroën in 2019
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29th September 2018, 13:53
What a challenge for Sebastien!
29th September 2018, 14:14
If you flip things around and have MSport with Evans, Suninen and say Breen in 2017-2018... all with mediocre results throughout the year with a couple decent results....
Originally Posted by bomber21
We would say the same thing if Seb were going to MSport.
3rd October 2018, 23:27
Congrats to Citroen and best wishes to Ogier! Hope they’ll manage to be fighting for the wins since Monte Carlo, making us all to forget the team last miserable seasons. If Lappi actually joins in, that will be even more exciting. It's also great to see that Ogier contract is the confirmation that Citroen will be around after 2019, their initial commitment. Vive le WRC!
PS: nice Ogier interview to L’Equipe; the Matton mention makes one wonder if last year problem was really about the money...
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4th October 2018, 11:59
17th October 2018, 23:50
Citroen with Ogier, Lappi and maybe Østberg will be a good mix.
Looks like a very capable team for 2019.
But Oger and Lappi will habe some testmiles ahead to improve the C3!
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8th November 2018, 12:08
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8th November 2018, 13:37
missing the rest of the interview.
Originally Posted by wrc2017
8th November 2018, 14:07
if you pay, you can see
Originally Posted by dimviii