18th November 2019, 15:58
When I post a Finnish article, I always translate only the important part of the article, which gives new information. Like in this case, the speculation of Ogier/Evans/Rovanperä going to Toyota and Meeke/Latvala being dropped was nothing new.
Originally Posted by Fast Eddie WRC
19th November 2019, 15:34
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19th November 2019, 19:22
An announcement is supposed to be made tomorrow to Citroën staff : https://www.dhnet.be/sports/moteurs/...0d5a0c46cb18f8
19th November 2019, 22:00
Could it be that he is retiring? Although she pushed him to do that
Am bit off topic, Sordo and MIKKELSEN are entering Monza rally show, that means that Andreas is still in the team.
19th November 2019, 23:17
I fear the worst, but have my fingers crossed for good news!
Originally Posted by Fredouye
When you look at Citroen last year, Ogier has done well considering and a big improvement. Sure, he wants to win the title, but to give up on a big project early is, I think, pretty lame. Plus, *that* tweet wasn't cool. If he goes to Toyota, I don't think it reflects well.
19th November 2019, 23:56
And I really don't think a move to Toyota would suit him very well. Somehow I cannot see Makinen having Seb running (or at least) trying to run the show in his team.
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19th November 2019, 23:59
Well, he is until the 31st December and Thierry could’t be arsed to do it.
Originally Posted by deephouse
So why not send the lad who’s complaints mean nothing?
20th November 2019, 00:14
I’m beginning to wonder if he might go back to Malcolm.
20th November 2019, 07:29
I doubt that, since Ogier want a companion who could actually deliver and back him up, and this year Lappi didn't quite do the job. And with Suninen? If Evans would still be there that would actually be the case.
Originally Posted by T16
20th November 2019, 08:20
Feel sorry for JML and Kris having to do this without the knowledge of a WRC future.