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On WRC’s official website, world multi champion talked about the days he’s had driving his new machine:

“The six-time world champion, who has re-joined the French manufacturer after seven seasons away, has been busy getting to grips with the C3 as part of his preparations for next month’s Rallye Monte-Carlo (24-27 January).

He drove the car for two days on gravel in Portugal at the end of November and completed two days of asphalt testing in the French Alps last week.

Ogier is bidding to turn the C3 WRC – a car that has won three WRC events since it was launched at the beginning of 2017 – into a machine that can consistently challenge at the front in 2019.

Speaking during his asphalt test in the south of France, he said: “There is definitely work. I think it’s normal that when you swap cars you see differences. You see positives and also some negatives.”