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The Shadow – Restoration and Exasperation – Part 1

Peter Brown, March 14, 2017

I now call it ‘The Shadow’. At first it looked pretty good, not perfect but good enough. A nip here, a tuck there, a little polish and then good ordinary everyday motoring.

It was obvious that The Shadow was a Citroën, there is no doubting that heritage.  And it was a DS21, that is stamped in its identification plate and into its DNA.  That is the broad pedigree but the devil lurked in the detail.  This is a long story, a ...

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Kris Meeke's Mexico win worked wonders for the WRC and Citroën

David Evans, Autosport, March 16, 2017

Kris Meeke didn't just turn Citroën's 2017 World Rally Championship around by winning in Mexico, he also did the WRC a huge favour with his last-stage near-disaster, reckons DAVID EVANS

I've held off writing this piece for a few days, desperate not to get caught up in the hype or the hyperbole. But it hasn't worked.

Three full days after it happened, I was still watching the video of Meeke's last-stage off in Mexico pretty much on ...

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Hot Citroën C3 GTi could be on the way to rival the Fiesta ST

Richard Ingram - Auto Express, Feb. 7, 2017

New sporty Citroën C3 being considered, but the performance model would still focus on comfort and refinement

A Citroën C3 GTi could be in the pipeline according to top bosses at the French brand. The new model would continue to focus on comfort and refinement, however, despite offering comparable performance to a Ford Fiesta ST. 

Speaking from the opening round of the 2017 World Rally Championship ...

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