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Hyundai rues 'fragile' i20

Hyundai rues 'fragile' i20 Hyundai Motorsport boss Michel Nandan has admitted his team’s i20 World Rally Car was maybe too fragile to win this year’s WRC manufacturers’ title. The Korean squad’s championship hopes were virtually extinguished at RallyRACC Catalunya - Rally de España last weekend when all three of its i20 Coupes suffered similar steering and suspension failures. Thierry Neuville, who retired from ADAC Rallye Deutschland in August with broken rear suspension, retired in Spain when he took a deep cut on Sunday morning and broke the front unit. Dani Sordo and Andreas Mikkelsen were also forced onto the sidelines the previous day after hitting the same concrete block at...
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