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Citroën: 'We have work to do'

Citroën: 'We have work to do' Citroën Racing boss Yves Matton has acknowledged that improvements need to be made and has pledged to work 'even harder' after his squad's lacklustre start to the season. Citroën took a year out of WRC competition in 2016 to prepare for a comeback with an all-new C3 World Rally Car and a driver line-up led by Kris Meeke [above]. But there has been little to celebrate at the opening rounds in Monte Carlo and Sweden after which Citroën is placed last in the manufacturers' standings while Meeke lies 14th in the drivers' championship. Having retired with a damaged gearbox at Rallye Monte-Carlo, a frustrated Meeke struggled to match the pace of his rivals in...
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