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Citroen Sport's Director Guy Frequelin has announced his retirement as at the end of the season. The Frenchman has been with the team since 1989 when he and Jean Todt formed Citroen Sport.

Starting his rally career as a co-driver in 1966, Frequelin soon turned to driving in rallies, hillclimbs and races.  He finished fourth at the Le Mans 24 Hour race twice, and in 1981 he finished second overall in the World Rally Championship, helping Talbot win the manufacturers title.

After a stint at Peugeot, where he formed Peugeot Sport, he and Todt made the switch to Citroen.  The team have enjoyed considerable success in recent years, with Sebastien Loeb claiming the drivers title for the last three years.

Frequelin will be succeeded by Olivier Quesnel.

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