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Hyundai boss vows to find exhaust fume fix for Solberg

The accident happened under braking as the WRC rookie approached a tightening right-hander, 9.8km into the first pass over ‘Saint-Jeannet’ – ‘Malijai’. The car ended up down a bank and was eventually freed with assistance from a group of spectators “pushing, pulling, and dragging”, according to Solberg and although the damage was purely superficial, the time loss amounted to half-an-hour. A similar exhaust fume problem afflicted Solberg and his co-driving team-mate Elliott Edmondson during Friday’s stages, and it appears to be confined to his I20 N Rally1 car as neither Ott Tanak nor Thierry Neuville have experienced a similar issue. “On Oliver’s car, we had a...
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