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Mixed Fortunes for @Craig_Breen at #RallyItaliaSardegna

Following Thursday’s ceremonial start and the evening’s opening super special stage, the rally only really got underway on Friday morning. Held on roads around Olbia, the day’s four stages were each contested twice, with a mid-leg service in Alghero. Craig had retired for the day after SS3, whilst running sixth overall. Landing heavily after a jump, he hit an exposed

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Craig Breen #WRC Rally Italia Sardegna 2017 PREVIEW

As the season hits the halfway stage, the Citroën Total Abu Dhabi WRT has entered a new line-up in Sardinia. The Citroën C3 WRCs will be driven by Kris Meeke/Paul Nagle, Craig Breen/Scott Martin and Andreas Mikkelsen/Anders Jæger. Following rounds in Argentina and Portugal, the WRC visits another country where rallying is practically a religion. On the WRC calendar, the

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Craig Breen on top form again in #WRC Portugal.

Made up of a succession of crossroads, a wide section and finishing on the large corners of a gravel circuit, the Rally de Portugal shakedown last Thursday was varied… without particularly reflecting the characteristics of the event itself. Craig and his co-driver Scott Martin completed five passes. On their third attempt, they set the thirteenth fastest time. Later on that

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For the sixth round of the World Rally Championship, the Citroën Total Abu Dhabi WRT has entered four C3 WRCs for Kris Meeke/Paul Nagle, Craig Breen/Scott Martin, Stéphane Lefebvre/Gabin Moreau and Khalid Al Qassimi/Chris Patterson. Rally de Portugal is set to welcome an outstanding line-up for its fiftieth anniversary, with some fourteen new generation World Rally Cars taking part. Expected,

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The opening leg of the Tour de Corse was made up of two loops of two stages, all held on roads around Ajaccio: Pietrosella – Albitreccia and Plage du Liamone – Sarrola-Carpocino. Revelling in the glorious sunshine Craig Breen was sixth, 29.7s off leader -and team mate- Kris Meeke after the opening two stages. The first day was contested with

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