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Citroen threatens to quit WRC if it doesn't go electric

Citroën has threatened to quit the World Rally Championship after 2020 unless electric technology is introduced. The company’s British boss said it is unlikely to stay beyond 2020 unless the sport’s rule makers introduce some form of electrification into the sport’s top category. The French manufacturer has a long history in the WRC, including nine world championships with Sébastien Loeb, and it won the opening two rounds round of this year’s series with reigning champion, Sébastien Ogier.  However, speaking at the Geneva Motor Show, Citroën boss Linda Jackson said the company would have to reconsider staying if the current...
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