Kris happy after Corsica shakedown05 April 2018 - by Site Admin
Kris says he "can't wait to get started" after setting the fastest time in shakedown for the Tour de Corse, the fourth round of this year's FIA World Rally Championship.
Kris and Citroen Racing have adopted a cautious approach to the opening shakedown of the 2017 season, saving their best tyres for the competitive action instead of chasing confirmation of performance on the short pre-event test.
Kris has seen most of the Rallye Monte Carlo stages - so what does he think about the opening event of the WRC's new era? It's going to be 'tricky' and a 'classic'.
Kris says he needs to ‘stay relaxed and focused’ after his pre-event test for the Monte Carlo Rally, the first round of the 2017 World Rally Championship.
With his 2017 car finally revealed in full, Kris sums up his feelings on 2016 and looks ahead to his return to a full WRC campaign.
Citroen Racing has unveiled the final look and livery of Kris's charger for the 2017 World Rally Championship, the new C3 WRC.
Kris has secured a top-five placing on his final competitive outing of the 2016 FIA World Rally Championship, Wales Rally GB.
Looking forward to @TourdeCorseWRC next week, we had a good test last Sunday even though it was a lot to learn in just one day but we’re clear on our direction for the set-up. #KM5 https://t.co/jS61Kalz64— krismeeke.com (@krismeeke) March 22, 2019
My first time contesting @RallyMexico marked my 50th #WRC start. A stage win propelled us into lead, then fell back just as fast with a puncture on next stage. 5th o/a + agonisingly close Power Stage +0.025s! Huge thanks to @TGR_WRC for a reliable car & @krismeeke ???? @AtWorldMA pic.twitter.com/OZW0TInxvf— Seb Marshall (@sebmarshall) March 12, 2019