Dani Sordo, winner of the Sardinia Rally for Hyundai, says he’s nonetheless not sure of when he’ll subsequent be at the back of the wheel.
The Spaniard secured an sudden 2d occupation victory when Ott Tänak’s Toyota had a steerage drawback at the ultimate degree whilst main.
Hyundai is rotating its line-up in its #2 and #three vehicles all yr, with Sordo, Sébastien Loeb, and Andreas Mikkelsen all on restricted programmes, whilst name contender Thierry Neuville drives the entire season. Sordo mentioned he’ll now be ready to listen to from staff leader Andrea Adamo when his subsequent time out might be.
Rally Finland is the massive query for Hyundai, most likely going through a driving force scarcity on what has all the time been its weakest tournament of the yr.
Requested if he would love to do the development, the outlet rally after the summer season spoil, Sordo mentioned: “What do you need me to mention? I do not know. It is not my most popular rally, it is not considered one of my favourites, however possibly I will cross there and take some issues, fourth, 5th position one thing like that. However it is August, no? That is great for vacations.”
On the other hand, requested about Rallye Deutschland – the place he took his different win with Citroën in 2013 – he mentioned: “I’d love to do Germany, however possibly that is sophisticated with Mikkelsen, Loeb, and Thierry. I do not know about that one.”
On the other hand it’s most likely that he’ll power there, with both Loeb or Mikkelsen within the 3rd automotive.
Frenchman Loeb’s 6th and ultimate 2019 time out with Hyundai is lately scheduled for Spain later within the yr. Sordo added: “I am simply looking to do my absolute best in those rallies. Between now and the following rally, we now have a while to suppose. It is possibly too early to take into accounts subsequent yr, however I should not have anything else taken care of but and I wish to proceed.”
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