WRC » Wilson in as Al-Attiyah sidelined

Matthew Wilson to return to the WRC in Sweden this weekend as late replacement for the unwell Nasser Al-Attiyah

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Billy - Unregistered

February 05, 2013 12:39 PM

This is un bloody believable. How in the name of **** does this guy keep getting WRC drives. What is wrong with giving the likes of Kris Meeke a call. I'm sure he would jump at the chance and at least get a result unlike this ****.

give_it_up - Unregistered

February 05, 2013 2:07 PM

This is an absolute disgrace. Matthew you have had far too many chances to prove your self in the past. You do not have the talent to be a WRC driver (sorry). You are best suited to the British championship. Give the drive to someone that deserves it
i.e Meeke, keith Cronin, pg anderson.. there are so many quick drivers without a seat at the moment it is NOT funny

McPloppy - Unregistered

February 05, 2013 9:19 PM

Untill about 30 seconds ago my favorite comedians were Chris Rock, Billy Connolly etc etc but now Malcom's right up there. This has to be the greatest joke i've ever heard
Pure comedy gold


February 06, 2013 9:06 AM

This isn't gonna get me many agrees, but here goes.

I think choosing Matt as a last minute stand in is the sensible choice. He has experience of the event, the car and will be a safe pair of hands to bring it home in one piece. Sure it would be nice to offer it to someone like Keith Cronin (especially after his win in a WRC car at the weekend) but at such short notice this was the only viable option. I'm a WRC fan, and a Ford fan. I hope he goes well.


February 07, 2013 11:00 AM

Would love to see Elfyn get a chance in a WRC. But probably not till he's had a go in the s2000 car. Also Sweden as your debut event (one which really requires prior experience) would not give him a fair chance. PG Anderson would make sense.

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