Kris Meeke1979-07-02 (age 41)
Thierry Neuville leads the final round of the WRC season in Australia after his Hyundai team-mate Andreas Mikkelsen crashed in the second stage of the morning loop.
Citroen World Rally Championship driver Kris Meeke has criticised the manufacturer's decision not to test locally for this week’s Wales Rally GB.
Kris Meeke won two more stages on his way to securing victory in Rally Catalunya as Sebastien Ogier edged ever closer to the 2017 WRC title.
Citroen’s Kris Meeke closed in on Rally Catalunya victory with three stage wins during the Sunday morning loop, as Thierry Neuville’s title challenge unravelled further.
Kris Meeke maintained his lead over M-Sport duo Sebastien Ogier and Ott Tanak in the afternoon loop of Rally Catalunya, as a double Hyundai crash harmed the firm’s WRC manufacturers’ bid.
Kris Meeke rocketed to the top of the order on Rally Catalunya’s Saturday morning loop, as WRC title challenger Thierry Neuville crashed on the road section before stage nine.
After a long break, the World Rally Championship resumes with the eleventh round in Catalonia
Yves Matton is yet to decide whether Kris Meeke will race in the next WRC round Rally Catalunya or not, but said his early exit from Rally Germany will not alter Citroen's approach to team selection.
WRC2 driver Jan Kopecky holds a surprise early Rally Germany lead, but the big story of Thursday evening's Saarbrucken street stage was that Kris Meeke crashed out.
Kris Meeke says his disappointing Rally Finland performance was a "hangover" from being benched by Citroen for the previous WRC round in Poland.
Returning WRC star Kris Meeke has spoken out about a lack of support from certain quarters of his Citroen team and the absence of the kind of feeling he needed to win last year’s Rally Finland.
Citroën Total Abu Dhabi WRT has entered three C3 WRCs in the land of a thousand lakes...
Andreas Mikkelsen is confident he and Kris Meeke could have challenged for the WRC manufacturers' title for Citroen if they had worked together all season.
Kris Meeke has been dropped by Citroen for the next World Rally Championship round in Poland, and will be replaced by Andreas Mikkelsen.
Hyundai's Hayden Paddon leads after Friday’s morning loop in Rally Italy, taking over from Kris Meeke, who rolled his Citroen out of contention.
Citroen WRC team principal Yves Matton insists Kris Meeke is in no danger of losing his drive despite crashing out of a second straight rally last week in Portugal.
The ultra-close Rally of Portugal lead battle was blown apart on the final full-length stage of Friday when key protagonists Jari-Matti Latvala, Kris Meeke and Hayden Paddon had their victory bids jeopardised.
For the sixth round of the World Rally Championship, the Citroën Total Abu Dhabi WRT has entered four C3 WRCs .
Kris Meeke says he has abandoned any form of strategy for 2017 and now just wants to win as many WRC rounds as he can for the remainder of the year.
Kris Meeke inched further away from Sebastien Ogier on the second loop of Tour de Corse's Friday stages in the fourth round of the 2017 WRC season.
Kris Meeke grabbed the early advantage on the first dry asphalt rally of the 2017 WRC season by establishing his Citroen in the lead on Tour de Corse's opening stages.
Citroen team principal Yves Matton says the manufacturer's dominant victory in Rally Mexico shows the strength of its new C3 challenger, despite its slow start to the WRC 2017 campaign.
Kris Meeke didn't just turn Citroen's 2017 WRC season around by winning in Mexico, he also did the series a huge favour with his last-stage near-disaster.
Rally Mexico winner Kris Meeke says he was very fortunate to keep his victory following his mistake in the Power Stage, which forced him to go through a car park.
Kris Meeke survived an excursion into a car park on the final stage of Rally Mexico to give Citroen its first WRC victory of the year.
Citroen's Kris Meeke took the lead in Rally Mexico after the two long stages of the Friday itinerary, which saw the majority of the field struggle with hot temperatures.
Citroen technical director Laurent Fregosi has blamed a lack of preparation time for its worst-ever start to a full-time World Rally Championship campaign.
Hyundai's Thierry Neuville stretched his Rally Sweden advantage to over 40 seconds during the shortened Saturday afternoon loop, which saw Kris Meeke hit a snow bank.
Citroen's fully-fledged factory World Rally Championship return got off to a bad start in Monte Carlo. David Evans asks whether it was a one-off - or a sign of a tough 2017 to come?
Thierry Neuville leads the 2017 Monte Carlo Rally by just over a half a minute after Sebastien Ogier and Kris Meeke both went off on Friday morning.
The 2017 WRC season, which kicks off this weekend in Monte Carlo, will bring some of the most exciting changes to the sport in years, both technical and sporting. David Gruz selects five storylines to keep an eye on.
Driven by Kris Meeke/Paul Nagle and Stéphane Lefebvre/Gabin Moreau, two cars have been entered for the legendary Rallye Monte-Carlo, the opening round of the season.
Citroen driver Kris Meeke says he doesn't expect to see a "dominant force" in the 2017 WRC season, with all four manufacturer teams boasting "top-line" drivers.
Sebastien Ogier stretched his Wales Rally GB lead on Friday afternoon after taking three more stage wins, with nearest rival Ott Tanak falling back to 37 seconds behind the Frenchman.
Citroen WRC driver Kris Meeke believes that signing a three-year contract before the start of the season has been partly to thank for his improved 2016 form.
For its penultimate outing of the season, the Abu Dhabi Total WRT has entered three cars at Rally de España
Sebastien Ogier moved to the brink of his fourth World Rally Championship title after sealing his fourth victory of the year on home turf in Corsica by a comfortable margin from Thierry Neuville.
Sebastien Ogier stretched his Rally Corsica lead during Saturday morning's pair of stages, adding almost a further 10 seconds to his advantage over nearest rival Thierry Neuville.
Citroen WRC boss Yves Matton says he doesn't want his team's wins to be devalued by the quirks of the series' current running order rules.
Citroen team boss Yves Matton said almost every top WRC driver would be interested in joining his team next year, and confirmed meeting with several managers during Rally Finland.
Kris Meeke took his second WRC victory of the season after finishing Rally Finland with a comfortable lead over Jari-Matti Latvala.
Kris Meeke had an issue-free run in the first three Sunday tests of Rally Finland, and will start the Power Stage with a lead of half a minute.
Kris Meeke continued to lead Rally Finland with a gap of 41 seconds over local driver Jari-Matti Latvala after the Saturday afternoon loop.
Citroen's Kris Meeke doubled his Rally Finland lead following the Saturday morning leg with Jari-Matti Latvala remaining as his sole challenger for the victory.
Kris Meeke continued to lead Rally Finland after the five Friday afternoon loop stages, with only Jari-Matti Latvala keeping in touch after Sebastien Ogier fell out of contention.