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Old 4 Sep 2002, 18:29 (Ref:373144)   #1
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Speeddemon555 should be qualifying in the top 10 on the grid
Sainz Willing to take Pay Cut.

Carlos Sainz is willing to take a pay cut for the Ford team next year in order for them to develop the 2005 Focus. It looks like Colin is heading for Citroen if Carlos decides to stay with Ford.
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Old 5 Sep 2002, 01:46 (Ref:373451)   #2
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Liz should be qualifying in the top 10 on the gridLiz should be qualifying in the top 10 on the grid
I hope Citroen has their insurance paid up and has lots of cars! Will Nicky go with him?
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Old 5 Sep 2002, 04:20 (Ref:373510)   #3
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With Marko Martin and Francois Duval, I can't imagine why they'd keep Carlos. He's a good guy, but he's in the twighlight of his career...

Kudos to Ford for building such a strong talent pool. Now it's time to unleash these two young guns on the rally world.

Citroen's sure to make a lucrative pitch to Colin. He and Loeb will compliment each other well.
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Old 5 Sep 2002, 07:50 (Ref:373545)   #4
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If Colin goes, they should keep Carlos, so he can be the experienced driver in the team and Markko & Francois can 'learn' from him for a year. I don't think Sainz any longer has a WC in him, nor the drive to do another year after next year. Shame, he deserved more than just his '90 & '92 titles.
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Old 5 Sep 2002, 09:14 (Ref:373578)   #5
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It's an interesting one. Do Citroen go for Colin who could deliver them a title, or Carlos who arguably would be better at developing the car for a WC push in '04?
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