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Citroen "doesn't want" part-time Loeb programme for 2019

Sebastien Loeb's World Rally Championship comeback looks highly unlikely to continue into 2019 because Citroen team principal Pierre Budar is reluctant to allow the nine-time champion to compete part-time again. Loeb contested the Mexico and Corsica events earlier this year as part of a three-round WRC programme that will conclude in Spain in October. Despite a five-year absence from full-time WRC competition, the 44-year-old led in Mexico until a puncture and took stage wins in Corsica. But Budar wants a more consistent approach to Citroen's 2019 line-up, with Craig Breen having had to step aside for Loeb's appearances this year. Though Budar made clear he would welcome Loeb back full...
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