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Ogier opts to stay with M-Sport for 2018

Sebastien Ogier will stay with M-Sport to defend his World Rally Championship title in 2018.
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Citroen explains why Ogier talks failed

Citroen says it could not match Sebastien Ogier's other offers for the 2018 World Rally Championship season.
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Tanak admits he lost title shot chasing wins

Toyota-bound M-Sport driver Ott Tanak has admitted focusing too much on getting his first World Rally Championship event win cost him a 2017 title shot.
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Evans holds lead as fog shakes up Rally GB

Elfyn Evans maintained his Rally GB lead as fog shook up the rest of the leaderboard on the Saturday night stages.
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