Late on Sunday night, the Stewards at the Tour de Corse announced a fine of Euros 10,000 on Citroen Racing,’
The fine was in respect of errors in the homologation procedure for the new C3 R5 model, which led to errors in the homologation form for the car.
This was discovered when the privately entered C3 R5, driven by Yoann Bonato (pictured), which had finished second in the WRC2 category, was checked after the rally.
Bonato’s result on the rally, however, has not been affected and the official event results confirm he finished 10th overall.
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