Reigning Junior World Rally champion, Per-Gunnar Andersson has insisted that his big crash last time out in Finland will not affect him this weekend, when he tackles the Rallye Deutschland.

Andersson, who is currently joint second in the Junior WRC with Daniel Sordo, rolled his Swift several times on day one in Finland, writing off the car. However despite that, he knows he needs a win now, if he is to remain in contention for the title.

"I'm not entirely sure what to expect [this weekend] but I'm told that Germany is a tough and varied rally where you need a bit of luck - a bit like Monte Carlo," said the Swede, who will be attempting the event for the first time.

"I've got to try and win as many events as possible now to stand a chance of keeping the championship.

"I had a big accident in Finland, but I understand the reasons why and it's not going to affect my confidence one bit!"

 

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