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  • Sébastien Chardonnet on the verge

    Sébastien Chardonnet on the verge

    The final round of the Citroën Top Driver was all set for a relentless battle in some of the most testing conditions of the season. However, one of the two challengers for the title fell foul of the tricky Welsh course. Keith Cronin conceded defeat today but will return to fight again tomorrow. Whilst Sébastien Chardonnet has the title within his grasp, Quentin Gilbert leads the race.

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  • More spills than thrills for Citroën

    More spills than thrills for Citroën

    Citroën Racing had a tough second day at the Wales Rally GB as first Robert Kubica and then Mikko Hirvonen were forced to retire after going off the road. In contrast, Dani Sordo and Carlos del Barrio produced a flawless display, enabling them to bounce back in spectacular fashion, climbing to ninth place in the overall standings!

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  • Evening kick-off in Wales

    Evening kick-off in Wales

    Day one of the Wales Rally GB was packed with action, featuring free practice and the qualifying stage, followed by the opening stages held under cover of darkness. With the first three, short stages completed, Mikko Hirvonen and Jarmo Lehtinen lie fourth overall, 16.2s behind the leader. After making a cautious start to the rally, Robert Kubica and Michele Ferrara hold seventh position in the DS3 WRC of the Abu Dhabi Citroën Total WRT.

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  • Seconds out, final round!

    Seconds out, final round!

    The final round of the World Rally Championship, Wales Rally GB will also mark the end of this year’s Citroën Top Driver series. And although the line-up for the race features no fewer than eleven DS3 R3s, only two crews still have a chance of claiming the title. Sébastien Chardonnet/Thibault de la Haye and Keith Cronin/Marshall Clarke are set for a fight to the death on the Welsh forests’ formidable gravel roads.

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  • Kubica teams up with Hirvonen and Sordo

    Kubica teams up with Hirvonen and Sordo

    After a brief flirt with Spain last year, the World Rally Championship’s season-ending finale returns to its traditional home in Wales. With both titles wrapped up, all the competitors can go for it no holds barred, starting with the Citroën Total Abu Dhabi WRT crews.

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