WRC » Neuville leads, Latvala and Meeke crash out


Dramatic start to final day sees overnight leader Jari-Matti Latvala and Britain's Kris Meeke both crash out of Rallye Deutschland handing the lead to Hyundai's Thierry Neuville

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Rowdy75

August 24, 2014 11:21 AM

What a shame for Kris, had been driving controlled and within his limits for the last few rallies and still proved that right now he is probably the third quickest driver in the championship.
Really hope he gets to put his signature on the dotted line before the end of the year so we can so how well he goes in wales with no pressure on him for next year.

DafyddLarcombe

August 26, 2014 11:10 AM
Last Edited 122 days ago

I think it was just the pressure of taking his 1st win. He just pushed a little too hard. He was making the odd minor mistake leading upto the accident, it was almost his though. I think he will of learned a lot from this and maybe he can be ready the next time he is leading (which shouldn't be long)

I don't think Citroen are mad with him though, I think they are just pleased that they have a new Star to Lead them to future Wins. I think Meeke is worried more than Yves Matton. I think he will be just Fine. I think the only think Yves Matton is worried about is Malcolm chasing after Meeke for Next year

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