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Ott Tanak thought his WRC career was over after 2012 season

New Toyota star Ott Tänak revealed in Monte Carlo that he had effectively retired from the WRC when he was first dropped by M-Sport. The Estonian was shown the door by Malcolm Wilson's team after a turbulent 2012 season and has admitted that, at that point, he turned his back on the WRC. 'In 2013 I had no plans to come back,” he revealed. “I was retired and finished. I started my own company, I started my new job. Let's say I was not pushing to come back. 'I drove a Group N car at home, but I did it for fun. This is an expensive sport and at the top level I knew it wasn't possible just to do it a bit, so I had no plans. But somehow we got some new...
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