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I agree with you, thanks to his father Andreas was able to drive a WRC car for a few years ago. However, that changed in late 2008 when Andreas had to fight hard just to get a budget for competing in a Group N car, in the national championship 2009. A category he won by a big margin. When he later got picked up by Erik Veiby and his EvenRally talent development company, he was finally back in the international rallycircle again and now a few years later ready for a works drive at VW. Andreas has gone from a young driver with deep pockets to a guy who really deserves a factory seat.