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2017 season review: Citroën

2017 season review: Citroën Having spent a year away from the WRC to meticulously prepare its brand-new C3 World Rally Car for competition, much was expected of Citroën in 2017. Fast forward to the end of November, and finishing last in the Manufacturers' Championship was not the result the French manufacturer had anticipated. Despite pre-rally excitement, things got off to a less than spectacular start at Rallye Monte-Carlo. Team leader Kris Meeke suffered a dismal event after breaking his car's suspension and later colliding with a non-competing car. He failed to see the finish. As the team's second point-scoring driver, Stephane Lefebvre's ninth-place was the sum of the team's success...
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