Having amassed eight podium finishes throughout the course of the 12 rounds to date, the UK-based team will be determined to add to that tally next week.
Thierry Neuville and Nicolas Gilsoul secured the runner-up spot for the third event in succession and strengthened their hold on second position in the championship’s driver and co-driver standings.
Nasser Al-Attiyah, forced to miss the seventh round of the FIA WRC due to commitments in Qatar, offered his Ford Fiesta RS to Elfyn Evans.
Qatar World Rally Team’s Thierry Neuville and Nicolas Gilsoul delivered their second podium of the year.
Both Thierry Neuville and Elfyn Evans were forced to retire for the day.
In the Qatar World Rally Team squad, Thierry Neuville and Nicolas Gilsoul encountered somewhat better fortune as they continued to grow in both speed and confidence.
Abdulaziz Al-Kuwari and Killian Duffy brought home an impressive victory in WRC-2. Dominating the category behind the wheel of his Seashore Qatar World Rally Team Ford Fiesta RRC, the Qatari secured the win by a margin of over nine minutes.
Neuville and Al-Attiyah are both looking at their best finishes in Rally Mexico.
Both drivers will represent the State of Qatar alongside Nasser Al- Attiyah and Mads Østberg as the quartet look to make their mark on the world stage in the M-Sport Ford.
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