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Toyota's Evans fears for WRC's future in Wales

Toyota driver and proud Welshman Elfyn Evans says the future of the WRC in Britain is 'bleak' and he fears that the event may never return to Wales. The British leg of the WRC has been held in Wales since 2000, but was cancelled last year because of the global Coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic. It was hoped that the rally would return to Wales later this year but that event was cancelled too, with Motorsport UK citing the pandemic and the inevitable financial fallout from it. Now it seems that Northern Ireland is a more likely destination… 'It's not looking great in all honesty to get the rally back here,” Evans said. “It is probably looking very bleak on the British round of the World...
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