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Paddon: 'reduced programme fuels fire'

Paddon: 'reduced programme fuels fire' Hayden Paddon says Hyundai’s decision to cut his WRC programme to seven rounds has fired him up. The New Zealander must share Hyundai Shell Mobis World Rally Team’s third car with Dani Sordo after Andreas Mikkelsen and Thierry Neuville were named front-line drivers. Paddon starts his campaign at Rally Sweden (15 - 18 February) and it’s clear he intends to prove a point to team management.  "It’s a decision that we have to accept and make the most of each opportunity we get," Paddon explained. "The situation also adds a little fuel to the fire to really come out this year and show what we can do, which we...
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