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Why Hyundai's new WRC boss has ruffled feathers
Hyundai’s new boss has barely been in the job half a season, but his single-minded approach has already marked him out from the crowd. The events of Rally Portugal, which prompted Sebastien Ogier to accuse Hyundai of taking tactics too far, typify that.
What on earth did folk in the World Rally Championship talk about while Michel Nandan sat behind the desk in the team principal's office at Hyundai Motorsport? Nothing, apparently, apart from tyre pressures, ramp angles and which driver might - or might not - have had a hair transplant.
But now Andrea Adamo's driving the most powerful motorsport desk in Alzenau, Germany, he's become the sole topic of conversation.
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With Rally GB dropping off the World Rally Championship calendar for the second year in a row, one of Britain's best-attended sporting events faces an uncertain future. It's an unfortunate situation that points to troubling times ahead
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