Citroen likely to announce WRC withdrawal, effective immediately
- 15th November 2019, 9:12am
A Citroen withdrawal would also see the Finn, Esapekka Lappi, without a seat, along with other A grade drivers Hayden Paddon, Craig Breen, Esapekka Lappi, Andreas Mikkelsen and Mads Ostberg.With Hyundai's driver already set – Tanak, Neuville, Sordo and Loeb – that leaves only seats at M-Sport Ford available. If Evans is on the move to Toyota, Teemu Suninen will have at least one new team-mate for the 2020 season. An intriguing few days will follow as the WRC cards start to fall, and the already much-anticipated 2020 season nears. Citroen’s departure from the WRC became more likely yesterday with parent company PSA’s announcement of a 2022/23 FIA World Endurance Championship return for Peugeot.
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