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Meeke: The upgrades in Argentina enabled us to be a lot...

Citroen used Rally Argentina’s final leg to keep working on its C3 WRC, whilst also setting some probing times. Kris Meeke and Paul Nagle...

Citroen to race in Argentina with an updated rear axle

The first of an uninterrupted series of four gravel events, Rally Argentina is almost certain to be the championship’s most demanding weekend for the...

Team Germany wins ROC Nations Cup in Riyadh

Team Germany’s World Endurance Champion Timo Bernhard and DTM Champion René Rast are celebrating after they took a stunning victory in the ROC Nations...

Loeb to drive 3 WRC rallies for Citroen in 2018

Contesting the full season next year, Kris Meeke will spearhead the Citroen Total Abu Dhabi World Rally Team, whilst Craig Breen will drive the...

Matton mostly pleased about the feeling the Citroen drivers had in...

Citroen managed to take the seventh place in the Dayinsure Wales Rally GB with Kris Meeke. And while that was not the desired result,...

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...

Citroen aiming for good results at the last three rallies for...

As it is held on two surfaces with radically different requirements, Rally de España puts greater emphasis on the versatility of the drivers and...

Citroen confirms Meeke, Lefebvre and Al-Qassimi for Spain

Kris Meeke/Paul Nagle, Stéphane Lefebvre/Gabin Moreau and Khalid Al-Qassimi/Chris Patterson will be the Citroen crews for RallyRACC Catalunya – Rally de España (5-8 October),...

Citroen sets conservative targets for its crews in Finland

For the ninth of the thirteen rounds in the World Championship, Citroen has entered three cars for crews that also raced in Finland last...

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....