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Nearly every top WRC driver is interested in Citroen, says Matton

Citroen team boss Yves Matton said almost every top WRC driver would be interested in joining his team next year, and confirmed meeting with several managers during Rally Finland. Citroen, WRC's most successful team of the past decade with Sebastien Loeb, lost its dominant status to Volkswagen in the past four years. The French team has decided to take a sabbatical for 2016, only entering select rounds with the private PH Sport squad, in order to focus on developing the new car for next year. Kris Meeke, who won his two previous WRC events, has been confirmed to stay with the team, but the second and the potential third seats are yet to be officially taken and have attracted high...
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