• Citroën maps out its sporting future

    Citroën maps out its sporting future

    As it unveiled its future in motor sport, Citroën announced it will be taking part in the World Rally Championship from 2017. The team’s entry will be based on a model designed in line with the FIA’s new technical regulations. In order to dedicate as many resources as possible to development of the new car, the Citroën Racing team will be putting its participation in the WRC on hold next season. In 2016, the Citroën Total team will defend its FIA WTCC world titles with two works Citroën C-Elysée WTCCs, driven by José María López and Yvan Muller.

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  • Citroën Racing finishes second in the World Championship

    Citroën Racing finishes second in the World Championship

    The Citroën Total Abu Dhabi World Rally Team secured second place in the manufacturers’ standings after Kris Meeke/Paul Nagle finished as runners-up and Mads Østberg/Jonas Andersson were seventh overall at Wales Rally GB. The 2015 season saw the DS 3 WRCs bag six podiums, including a superb one-two finish in Argentina.

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  • Last round goes to Ole Christian Veiby

    Last round goes to Ole Christian Veiby

    After finishing third in Monte-Carlo and Finland, the Norwegian Ole Christian Veiby claimed his maiden win in the FIA Junior WRC at Wales Rally GB. The Frenchmen Terry Folb and Pierre-Louis Loubet completed the top three at this, the final round of the 2015 season.

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  • Kris Meeke sticks to the plan

    Kris Meeke sticks to the plan

    Kris Meeke and Paul Nagle strengthened their hold on second place as the rain lashed down on day two of Wales Rally GB. Meanwhile, Mads Østberg and Jonas Andersson lie eighth overall ahead of the season’s final leg, just ahead of Stéphane Lefebvre in Stéphane Prévot in the third DS 3 WRC.

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  • Kris Meeke holds second in Wales

    Kris Meeke holds second in Wales

    Kris Meeke and Paul Nagle ended day one of Wales Rally GB in second place as the Citroën Total Abu Dhabi World Rally Team look to secure the runner-up spot in the Manufacturers’ World Championship. Mads Østberg and Jonas Andersson lie fourth overall tonight.
    After a short night’s rest, the crews will tackle tomorrow’s long second leg, featuring nine stages.

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