WRC » Gronholm predicts three-way fight for WRC title


Marcus Gronholm reckons the fight for top WRC honours will be between Sebastien Ogier, Dani Sordo and Mikko Hirvonen in 2013

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TonyFall - Unregistered

February 04, 2013 6:52 PM

@jimmy

Sordo is not a dark horse, anytime he gets near the limit on gravel there is an accident. He's great on sealed surfaces but that's it, he'll never be a WDC.

JoePike - Unregistered

February 04, 2013 10:22 PM

@Tonyfall
Sordo crashing ? with a mini ... could be
But last year when Fords asked him to replace Latvala in Argentinahe was on the podium for 3 days and had never driven the car before d
It took an electrical glitch to lose him
this guy has even been third in Finland before with a good car
He is a very much underrated gravel pilot.

Peter - Unregistered

February 06, 2013 11:11 AM

I am suprised Marcus did not mention anybody from M-Sport. Mads can fight for titel and Novikov will be the dark horse. But I will not be suprised if Ford guys will get some podium results and win some stages.

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