WRC » Latvala on VW hopes

Jari-Matti Latvala looks ahead to next season after Volkswagen launched its 2013 World Rally Championship programme in Monaco. Video credit: MotorsTV

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gilles - Unregistered

March 19, 2013 10:27 PM

Dafydd, we always very much appreciate your insightful comments at PR, regarding Ford you are spot on

The following comment is my own and although we often discuss JML at Penguin Racing, there are opposing views at this time

Personally, I feel the Polo WRC is faster than the Fiesta and once JML's raw speed can be controlled, he is champion


December 17, 2012 2:17 PM

Sound to me that Jari Matti is quite sad to of left Ford, but he knows like everyone else knows that he probably made a Very Good decision to go to VW with so many un knowns at that moment in time

Only VW could confirm the programmes, the testing, the money etc etc without the secure funding in place Malcolm could not confirm very much, Ford has left M-Sport in this position many times over the years, this is what cost them the departure of Mikko the year before

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