Andreas Mikkelsen1989-06-22 (age 30)
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Hyundai Motorsport could field a second team in the WRC next season, in a bid to keep Craig Breen and Andreas Mikkelsen in its squad.
Hyundai team boss Andrea Adamo says he is taking a "big picture" view of whether to keep Craig Breen for the 2020 World Rally Championship season.
The man at the heart of the World Rally Championship driver market seemed to be closing in on a decision for 2020, but did the events of Rally Italy present niggling doubts?
WRC points leader Thierry Neuville is "making the difference" for Hyundai while its car awaits upgrades, says team boss Andrea Adamo.
Hyundai team principal Andrea Adamo says Dani Sordo’s retirement from the fight for the lead of Rally Mexico is unacceptable.
Hyundai's Andreas Mikkelsen has taken an early lead on Rally Mexico, while his World Rally Championship teammate Thierry Neuville suffered a puncture and sits only ninth.
Andreas Mikkelsen and Esapekka Lappi are tied for second place on Rally Sweden with three stages remaining, as Ott Tanak continues to lead the way.
Ott Tanak has extended his Rally Sweden lead to nearly a minute, while a three-way fight for second place has emerged between Andreas Mikkelsen, Esapekka Lappi and Thierry Neuville.
Hyundai says Andreas Mikkelsen did not match the team's or his own expectations during a tough 2018 World Rally Championship season.
Andreas Mikkelsen says Rally Australia organisers must ensure that his wild encounter with a tractor in the middle of a live stage "never happens again".
Andreas Mikkelsen moved back into the lead of Rally Turkey, with World Rally champion Sebastien Ogier down to fourth after a one-minute penalty and Thierry Neuville out.
Andreas Mikkelsen overcame Craig Breen to lead Rally Turkey at the end of the opening morning of the first all-new WRC event in eight years.
Hyundai driver Andreas Mikkelsen set the fastest time through Rally Turkey’s opening Marmaris test, while a mistake by Sebastien Ogier left the reigning champion 14th after the short city stage.
Andreas Mikkelsen holds a 14-second lead over Hyundai teammate Thierry Neuville after winning two of Friday morning’s four stages in Rally Italy.
Andreas Mikkelsen admits his first World Rally Championship season as a full-time Hyundai driver has been "a bit of a nightmare" - but says he finally has a car that is to his liking.
Andreas Mikkelsen moved into the Rally Argentina lead on Friday morning, but only by one second over a flying Ott Tanak.
Hyundai World Rally Championship driver Thierry Neuville will carry a 22.7-second lead over Craig Breen into the final day of Rally Sweden after safely negotiating Saturday's evening stages.
Thierry Neuville added to his Rally Sweden lead on Saturday afternoon's loop as he and nearest challenger Craig Breen opted for different tyre strategies.