Kris scores points in Corsica08 April 2018 - by Site Admin
Kris has secured points on the fourth round of the FIA World Rally Championship, the Tour de Corse - but only after a disappointing crash put him out of contention for a podium finish.
Kris has scored a stunning second victory of 2017 after a dominant display on Rallye Catalunya, the latest round of the FIA World Rally Championship.
Kris holds a narrow lead after a thrilling opening day of action on the fourth round of 2017 FIA World Rally Championship, the Tour of Corsica.
I’m on my way back from Mexico as I write this - after an amazing event with a pretty crazy finish.
Kris has survived last-stage drama to score his fourth career victory, and a first win for the new Citroen C3 WRC, as the 2017 FIA World Rally Championship moved to gravel on Rally Guanajuato Mexico.
Kris has tackled the Rally Sweden shakedown now, as well as recceing the stages. So what's his view on the second round of the 2017 WRC, which starts this evening?
Kris has suffered early frustration and disappointment in the opening round of the 2017 FIA World Rally Championship, Rallye Monte Carlo.
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