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Citroen tell Sebastien Loeb it's full-time or nothing in 2019

Sébastien Loeb's World Rally Championship comeback looks highly unlikely to continue into next season unless he commits to a full-time drive, according to Citroën team boss Pierre Budar. Budar says he is reluctant to allow the nine-time champion to compete again on a part-time basis as Loeb is doing this season, as part of a three-round programme that includes Mexico and Corsica earlier this year and is set to conclude at Rally Catalunya in October. Despite being absent from full-time WRC competition for six years the 44-year-old led in Mexico in 2017 until a puncture and he also took a number of stage wins in Corsica. But Budar wants a more consistent approach to...
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