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Ogier: Monza win 'the best way' to end partnership with Ingrassia

At the beginning of October, Ingrassia announced that he would be stepping away from the World Rally Championship at the end of the current campaign. Since then, it has been confirmed the vacant seat will be filled by Benjamin Veillas on those events Ogier starts in 2022. Ogier and Ingrassia joined forces back in 2006 and quickly rose through the sport’s ranks, winning the Junior WRC title in 2008 and making their WRC debut that same season with Citroen's Junior Team. Their dominance really took hold when they signed for Volkswagen Motorsport, winning four of their titles between 2013 and 2016. Two more followed at M-Sport Ford in 2017 and 2018, with the seventh arriving in Toyota...
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