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How Ogier's Citroen dream died

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Nov 21, 2019, 1:26 PM

Sebastien Ogier's return to Citroen offered him the chance to end his WRC story where it started, yet halfway through a two-year deal he's off. That Ogier lost patience with a team living within its means shows how motivated he is to win

Talking to Sebastien Ogier on Sunday night after Rally Germany, the anger had gone. It was worse than anger. It was disappointment.

Maybe with a sense of missed opportunity?

No. Just disappointment.

There's no doubt the reunification of two potent French rally forces - two French world champions – had the chance to make a great story through 2019.

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Teams Citroën World Rally Team
Author David Evans