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Welshman Elfyn Evans relishes chances with Toyota in 2020

With a big change for Welshman Elfyn Evans ahead of this week's season-opening FIA World Rally Chmpionship's (WRC) Rallye Monte-Carlo, the 31-year-old talks about his move to Toyota Gazoo Racing after a decade at M-Sport.   Evans and co-driver Scott Martin are teamed up with six-times WRC champions Sebastien Ogier/Julien Ingrassia and Kalle Rovanpera/Jonne Hulttunen in what was ranked by many as the fastest WRC car in 2019, the Toyota Yaris WRC.   From a family of dyed-in-the-wool rally competitors, and following in his father Gwyndaf's footsteps, in driving for Ford and then changing to a Japanese manufacturer later in his career too.   Elfyn Evans and Scott...
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