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    Kris Meeke's Citroen contract is to the end of 2018, they are unlikely to let him drive for anyone else in 2018. Team statement is specific to remainder of 2018 - it did not say fired.

    "CitroŽn Racing WRT has decided to terminate the participation of Kris Meeke and Paul Nagle in the 2018 WRC"
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    Re Sordo - If Citroen Sport are to continue in WRC in 2019> then they could do worse than take on Dani Sordo.

    As well as his history with them, his vast experience and his excellent recent form, it would also be good PR for Citroen in Spain, which is a big market for them.

    Paddon could then stay at Hyundai as he has strong links with Hyundai NZ and I imagine it is a good market for them down there ...
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    Well, tough luck for Meeke then, when he signed a contract that allows Citroen to make him sit at home and not participate in any other way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tarmop View Post
    Well, tough luck for Meeke then, when he signed a contract that allows Citroen to make him sit at home and not participate in any other way.
    and getting paid...
    Last edited by N.O.T; 2nd June 2018 at 21:22.
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    believe, he is paying them..

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    Quote Originally Posted by ESTR View Post
    believe, he is paying them..
    No.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ESTR View Post
    believe, he is paying them..
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    Quote Originally Posted by ESTR View Post
    believe, he is paying them..
    are you serious kid ???

    wake up...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fast Eddie WRC View Post
    Re Sordo - If Citroen Sport are to continue in WRC in 2019> then they could do worse than take on Dani Sordo.

    As well as his history with them, his vast experience and his excellent recent form, it would also be good PR for Citroen in Spain, which is a big market for them.

    Paddon could then stay at Hyundai as he has strong links with Hyundai NZ and I imagine it is a good market for them down there ...
    If Citroen stay and want to fight for the title they are going to need an Ogier/Neuville/Tanak. And I can’t see any of them wanting to go there unless they are chasing money or want a big challenge.

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    Maybe the apparent lack of money isnít the only reason why Citroen canít get Ogier; inexplicably they refused him a test after VW pull out and last year Loeb resurfaced exactly when the talks were starting; still some antibodies at Versailles preventing Ogier to sign?
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