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Peugeot's boss of motorsport Jean-Marc Finot says that Rebellion's decision to pull the plug on its alliance with the French marque won't significantly affect its hypercar project.
News that Peugeot will join the FIA World Endurance Championship grid in 2022 is just the tonic the series needed at a time doubts were beginning to surface about the hypercar concept, writes Jamie Klein.
Peugeot has announced plans to return to the top flight of endurance racing in 2022 with a hypercar programme in the FIA World Endurance Championship and Le Mans 24 Hours.
Carlos Sainz admits his cross-country rally stint with Peugeot would've left a “bad taste” if he failed to score a Dakar win for himself.
Dakar winner Carlos Sainz believes his son Carlos Jr took “revenge” on him this month for all the advice he has given him during his single-seater career.
Rally legend Carlos Sainz has scored his second Dakar victory in the 2018 edition of the marathon.
Carlos Sainz edged closer to his second Dakar Rally victory on the penultimate stage, but his Peugeot team is set to miss out on a one-two finish following a crash for Stephane Peterhansel.
Dakar leader Carlos Sainz had to complete Thursday's stage stuck in third gear, after a gearbox problem threatened to derail his march towards victory.
Toyota's Nasser Al-Attiyah beat Peugeot rival Stephane Peterhansel to top the longest timed special of the 2018 Dakar Rally, as Carlos Sainz edged closer to overall victory.
Dakar Rally leader Carlos Sainz has had his 10-minute penalty rescinded, after Peugeot presented new evidence regarding his earlier run-in with quad rider Kees Koolen.
Peugeot's Stephane Peterhansel topped the 10th stage of the 2018 Dakar Rally marathon, overhauling Nasser Al-Attiyah for second place behind Carlos Sainz in the general classification.
Dakar Rally leader Carlos Sainz is facing an investigation after a rider accused the Peugeot driver of having hit his quad during Saturday's stage.
Reigning Dakar Rally champion Stephane Peterhansel beat Peugeot teammate Cyril Despres to top the eighth stage of the marathon's 2018 edition.
Peugeot's Stephane Peterhansel was left “pissed off” after the accident that took him out of the lead in the 2018 Dakar Rally, the Frenchman admitting he was “probably going too fast”.
Dakar Rally leader Stephane Peterhansel says this year's event is the hardest since it was relocated to South America, and has the spirit of the rally's African roots.