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Stay up to date with the latest World Rally Championship news from Autosport.
  1. Hyundai Motorsport could field a second team in the World Rally Championship next season, in a bid to keep Craig Breen and Andreas Mikkelsen in its squad
  2. Sebastien Ogier says he is not interested in speculating about the breakdown of Ott Tanak's relationship with the Toyota World Rally Championship team, following Tanak's 2020 switch to Hyundai
  3. Mercedes Formula 1 driver Valtteri Bottas claimed his first win in rallying in the Paul Ricard-based Rallycircuit Cote d'Azur
  4. Kris Meeke's future in the World Rally Championship remains unclear, and rumour indicates he could be close to announcing his retirement from rallying's top level
  5. The FIA is considering a revised plan for the World Rally Championship's future if the manufacturers fail to sign up for 2022 when hybrid technology is set to be introduced
  6. Citroen's C3 WRC will be available to buyers and the car could yet compete in the 2020 World Rally Championship, even though the manufacturer has withdrawn its works team.
  7. The World Rally Championship's Rally Chile that was due to take place in April has been cancelled due to political and social unrest in the country
  8. Jari-Matti Latvala could tackle as many as five rounds of the 2020 World Rally Championship in a Toyota Yaris WRC
  9. Rally Chile's place on the 2020 World Rally Championship calendar is under threat following recent social unrest in the country
  10. Toyota president Akio Toyoda has thanked outgoing driver Jari-Matti Latvala for convincing him to bring the brand back to the World Rally Championship five years ago
  11. Toyota has revealed an all-new driver line-up for next year's World Rally Championship, with Sebastien Ogier, Elfyn Evans and Kalle Rovanpera signed to drive its factory Yaris WRCs next season
  12. Esapekka Lappi says he was 'shocked' at Citroen's World Rally Championship withdrawal, and that M-Sport is his only hope for a seat in 2020
  13. Citroen's exit from the World Rally Championship was not exactly unexpected, but Wednesday's announcement confirming that was nevertheless a bombshell
  14. Citroen team principal Pierre Budar has defended the manufacturer's record in this year's World Rally Championship following the announcement that it will walk away from the series
  15. Sebastien Ogier has spoken exclusively to Autosport to explain his decision to leave Citroen's World Rally Championship team with a year to run on his contract

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