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Rally of Turkey - Post-event press conference

Yeah, why not? On this rally they were quite short sections, there was nothing we could do with the car. It was a good idea. Maybe going with gravel tyres and gravel suspension, the speed was very high and the car was moving a lot, so maybe it's not the safest option, but it was okay.

Q:
Your team-mate Jari-Matti Latvala had a problem on this event. Did that put more pressure on you?

JL:
No, we were here for the win. It happened to Jari-Matti, we didn't think so much [about it] – we carried on with our rally.

Q:
Olivier, the third win of the season for Citroën. It could have been maximum points for the Manufacturers' Championship but Dani Sordo failed to complete stage 21, what happened?

Olivier Quesnel:
I don't know exactly for Dani, but everybody got the problem in the same place. Dani had a big problem and he stays there. He tried to go up the road, the cars which came after bump on him. Honestly, it's not his fault, so I can't say anything to him.

Q:
Sébastien Ogier led the rally for a large part of the event, what have you thought of his performance this weekend?

OQ:
I think he is really good and I'm sure he can drive for the victory. I don't think in New Zealand, he's never been there and maybe not on tarmac - even though he is a French driver, he doesn't know tarmac very well. He still has to make progress – we will see for next year.




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Sebastien Loeb (FRA), Citroën C4, Citroën Total World Rally Team
Sebastien Loeb (FRA), Citroën C4, Citroën Total World Rally Team
Sebastien Loeb (FRA), Citroën C4, Citroën Total World Rally Team

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