WRC » Petter Solberg confirms plans for 2013


Petter Solberg: Rallycross is a place where I can be myself. Once again I can work closely with my sponsors, be very close to the fans, have my own team of qualified people, and be my own boss. It is a great mix...

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IanM - Unregistered

January 31, 2013 10:15 PM

A sad reflection on the state of world rallying that it cannot find a place for Petter. Watched the BBC Sporting Legends programme on ColinMcRae on iplayer great flat out racer fans favourite but he ended up in same no WRC drive situation. Rallying championship has lost its way for sure. WRC loss of Petter is Rallycross gain no doubt at all.

Mike - Unregistered

February 08, 2013 4:17 AM

*GUTTED* to see Petter out of WRC - guess we'll be lucky if he ever gets another pro drive for a whole season. :-( Having followed him from his first rally way back when (can't even remember the year now!) I will miss him and his unique style and personality. WRC is a sadder, emptier place without him IMHO.

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