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Daily Archives: August 21st, 2012

– Nasser Al-Attiyah returns to competition for Rallye Deutschland
– Thierry Neuville and Nicolas Gilsoul are aiming to record their best result so far in the World Championship
– Al-Attiyah plays down his chances ahead of his first ever tarmac rally weekend

Making his WRC comeback after an enforced three-month absence, Nasser Al-Attiyah will be back alongside his co-driver Giovanni Bernacchini in his Qatar World Rally Team Citroën DS3 WRC at Rallye Deutschland. Read More »

– The WRC returns to tarmac after a series of gravel rallies as it arrives in Germany
– Taking in many different landscapes, Rallye Deutschland is a truly multi-faceted rally
– Sébastien Loeb is determined to take his ninth Rallye Deutschland win with victory this weekend

After a long series of six gravel rallies, the World Rally Championship returns to tarmac in Germany. Having won nine times here since 2002, the Citroën Total World Rally Team has really savoured this event in recent years, and it is also a rally that is very popular with French fans. Read More »

This year’s MSA British Manufacturers’ title is a three-way battle between the brands: Citroën, Renault and Ford. Scores towards the title are calculated from the two leading cars from each of the manufacturers.

With Citroën DS3 drivers Keith Cronin scoring his third victory of the season and Osian Pryce claiming his first ever BRC podium with an excellent third place, it means that Citroën UK has extended its lead in the manufacturer’s championship and currently stands on 183 points. Elfyn Evans’ stunning second place in his Ford Fiesta R2, coupled with Matthew Cathcart’s impressive sixth in his similar car, sees Ford Motor Company consolidate its second place on 151 points, whilst the lone finisher for Renault UK Garry Pearson means that they remain third on 133. Read More »