Hyundai Motorsport may just box a 2nd staff within the Global Rally Championship subsequent season, in a bid to stay Craig Breen and Andreas Mikkelsen in its squad.

Breen inspired the staff along with his first WRC time out of 2019 in Finland the place he used to be 6th till he ceded the spot for his team-mate Thierry Neuville’s identify hopes.

Mikkelsen completed fourth within the championship for the squad, regardless of lacking various occasions as a part of Hyundai’s motive force rotation.

Each drivers helped the staff to its first WRC producers’ identify in 2019, however the three-car staff of Ott Tanak, Thierry Neuville and a shared i20 Coupe for Sebastien Loeb and Dani Sordo leaves no room for Breen and Mikkelsen because it stands.

Hyundai used to be certainly one of a number of producers to have run a ‘B’ staff within the WRC up till the brand new technology of Global Rally Automobiles arrived in 2017.

Requested if maintaining Breen and Mikkelsen may just imply a go back of the Hyundai N squad, Adamo instructed Autosport: “I’m speaking about many stuff and lots of choices.

“We’re running along side them, with Craig and with the Andreas.

“We’re running in point of fact onerous to stay them with us.

“As we all know we will be able to have much less Global Rally Automobiles within the WRC subsequent season and all I will is invent tactics to make extra.

“As you will have observed this yr, I’ve already been inventing and I need to move on inventing.

“I do not understand how or when this may occur, however crucial factor is to have the theory and you probably have the theory then you’ll be able to have the objective and the objective is to take a look at to position all of this in combination.”

Breen, Mikkelsen and Dani Sordo all drove Hyundai’s i20 R5 in pageant ultimately weekend’s Monza Rally Display, with an i20 Coupe WRC additionally in attendance for demonstration runs on the Italian circuit tournament.



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