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Al-Attiyah won't set the stages on fire, but he'll certainly be better than Al-Qassimi. I think it's a good deal for Citroen, as Nasser will consistently be in the top 10, therefore keeping those pesky Fiesta's at bay haha.
I wonder how much sponsorship he is bringing though? Will Qatar get as much exposure on the Citroen as Abu Dhabi got on the Ford? We'll have to wait and see.
It's unlikely that Al-Qassimi will stay on with Ford. He was only there because of the Abu Dhabi Tourism Authority. And since their partnership with Ford is no more, then I'd say Khalid's WRC career is over. I wonder if there's still going to be a Spirit Of The Rally Award on each event though...