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Esapekka Lappi and Janne Ferm produced a highly impressive performance this weekend to secure their first podium finish for Citroën Total WRT. Fiercely holding off the attacks of their competitive rivals during Sunday’s final leg in their C3 WRC, the Finnish duo ended the rally in second place overall. Meanwhile, recent winners of the Rallye Monte-Carlo, Sébastien Ogier and Julien Ingrassia used all of their talent and determination to scoop two bonus points on the Power Stage, despite the disappointment of retiring earlier in the rally. Read More »

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Whilst Sweden is currently hosting the world skiing championship, it is also preparing to be thrilled by a different set of acrobatic talents this week. Tightrope walkers Sébastien Ogier / Julien Ingrassia and Esapekka Lappi / Janne Ferm will brave the forests of Värmland at the second round of the World Rally Championship. The crews competing in the Citroën Total World Rally Team’s two C3 WRCs will tackle the only rally of the championship held exclusively on snow and ice. Read More »

Citroën motorsport has been a huge success story throughout the years, as illustrated last weekend by the brand’s 100th victory in the World Rally Championship at Rallye Monte-Carlo. Citroën Racing will play a central role in the celebrations for Citroën’s centenary this year, with motorsport fans set to enjoy full coverage of the anniversary at rally events and across social media. Read More »

– The Bernini Rally Team car driven by Italians Enrico Brazzoli and Manuel Fenoli score the highest points in the GT international championship
– The Abarth 124 rally will be competing for the Abarth Rally Cup in the European Championship Read More »

Sébastien Ogier and Julien Ingrassia produced a heroic effort in their C3 WRC this weekend to win the Rallye Monte-Carlo by the narrowest margin in the history of the event. A winning margin that reflected the intensity of the fight and the stunning performance delivered. This exceptional result saw Citroën Racing claim its hundredth WRC win at the start of the year in which the brand celebrates its centenary. Read More »

– The Abarth 124 rally will defend the FIA R-GT Cup and the R-GT Class ERC titles won in 2018
– Italians Enrico Brazzoli and Manuel Fenoli will be driving the Bernini Rally Team’s Abarth 124 rally
– The Abarth Rally Cup will take place over six races

The Abarth 124 rally will start the 2019 season at the Monte Carlo Rally, driven by Enrico Brazzoli and Manuel Fenoli (ITA) for Bernini Rally Team, in the first event of the 2019 World Rally Championship (WRC). Read More »

Six-time World Rally Champion, Sébastien Ogier, discusses his special relationship with Rallye Monte-Carlo. His co-driver, Julien Ingrassia, recalls their first appearance at Monte-Carlo in 2009. Read More »

The WRC season’s traditional opening round, Rallye Monte-Carlo is one of the toughest challenges faced by the crews – a winter event with unpredictable conditions. With Sébastien Ogier / Julien Ingrassia and Esapekka Lappi / Janne Ferm in the team’s two C3 WRCs, Citroën Total World Rally Team will be able to count on the six-time World Champions to do the team proud. Read More »

Citroën Total World Rally Team unveiled the new colours of its C3 WRCs at the weekend, as the 2019 WRC season was officially launched at the Autosport International show at the NEC in Birmingham. The cars will be driven this year by Sébastien Ogier / Julien Ingrassia and Esapekka Lappi / Janne Ferm, and will feature a brand new livery. It is designed to celebrate the brand’s centenary, as well as the return of Red Bull alongside long-standing partners Total and Michelin.

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– Autosport International, the world’s biggest pre-season motorsport show, marked its opening day with the launch of the 2019 FIA World Rally Championship
– WRC cars, drivers, co-drivers and team principals for 2019 from M-Sport Ford, Hyundai Shell Mobis WRT, Toyota Gazoo Racing and Citroën Total WRT were all introduced to the crowds
– McLaren CEO Zak Brown and F1 drivers Lando Norris Carlos Sainz opened the first public day and spoke to fans on the Autosport stage
– Karun Chandhok, Billy Monger, Darren Turner and British Touring Car Championship racers round off the list of motorsport icons on star-studded ‘Super Saturday’
– 1966 Lotus Cortina, raced by Jim Clark, Graham HIll and Jacky Ickx went under the hammer at Silverstone Auctions and sold for £150,000 Read More »