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Mikko Hirvonen confident of his ability to lead Citroen into the 2013 WRC season

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November 19, 2012 4:24 PM

I thnk it will deffinately be a very close fight next year, when you think Mikko seems to be a little off the pace in the DS3, The Polo is also reputed to be a little behind in terms of pace, but VW have the fastest Two drivers, then you have Mads who will probably be in the M-Sport 1st Team with a full testing schedule and that should unlock the extra speed required to fight for outright wins

Then you have the young Guns like Tanak / Novikov etc who will probably be popping up on the podium here and there, I dont think next season will be Dull in any way, there will probably be plenty of big fights for the Top Positions

MKD - Unregistered

November 19, 2012 9:16 PM

With Sordo in the team Citroen is well set to defend its manufacturers title but it all is going to depend on the progress that VW will make throughout the year with the car. Latvala needs to drive completely different than this year if he is about to win some titles.

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