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Why Toyota must rein in its WRC support players
Tommi Makinen blasted Kris Meeke and Jari-Matti Latvala for 'forgetting everything' and attempting to fight Ott Tanak on Rally Finland before making errors. Toyota must now react and put all its resources behind Tanak, or risk missing out on the title.
Tommi Makinen seethed. Then laughed. But the laugh had that ever so slightly manic edge to it. Makinen, just to be clear, wasn't finding any of this funny.
From the outside, Toyota has it all: the budget, the boys and the best bits. All is not what it might seem.
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