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Citroen hopes to take a podium in Wales

With Andreas Mikkelsen’s second place in Germany and Kris Meeke’s win in Spain, the Citroen WRT has begun a cycle of positive results at...

Meeke: I’m simply trying to get my season back on track...

In theory, Kris Meeke arrives home for next weekend’s Dayinsure Wales Rally GB (26-29 October) on the crest of a wave after winning the...

Matton: In Spain Meeke managed to get the balance just right

With Kris Meeke/Paul Nagle’s win and the sixth place secured by Stéphane Lefebvre/Gabin Moreau, the Citroen WRT enjoyed its best weekend since the start...

The summer break is over: it’s rally time in Spain!

Last time out on asphalt, Ford Fiesta RS WRC driver Ott Tänak won Rally Germany, while his teammate Sébastien Ogier reinforced his championship lead....

Yves Matton: Citroen will use September to draw up its 2018...

The Citroen team finished ADAC Rallye Germany with a podium thanks to Andreas Mikkelsen’s second place and another fifth place for Craig Breen. Thus...

Mikkelsen pleased that he kept Ogier behind him in Germany

Following a stylish, controlled performance, Andreas Mikkelsen and Anders Jæger grabbed second place for Citroen at ADAC Rallye Deutschland. A strong weekend for the...

Loeb: C3 WRC is a fast, but unforgiving car

With nine wins on Rallye Deutschland – eight of them consecutive – Sebastien Loeb has set records on this weekend’s round of the World...

For Finland, Meeke had the right approach, Yves Matton stated

One of the season’s flagship events, Rally Finland more than lived up to expectations, serving up a breathtaking spectacle in the land of a thousand...

Loeb to make a private test with the Citroen C3 WRC

Sébastien Loeb will make a private test with the Citroen C3 WRC. Its aim will probably be the 9-time World Champion to evaluate the...

Yves Matton: Citroen’s priority in WRC now is to prepare for...

Citroen started the 2017 WRC season hoping the team will take victories. But now the priority changed: Citroen already aims to prepare for 2018....