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News: Rallye

31/01/2024

Victory for AEC-DG Sport Competition and Citroën Racing to start the WRC2 season!

This weekend the Monte Carlo Rally marked the traditional start of the FIA World Rally Championship. As always, it was an intense spectacle! In the hotly contested WRC2 category, we had to wait until… the finish of the Power Stage to know the names of the winners! From Thursday evening, the two Citroëns C3 Rally2 of AEC-DG Sport Competition, in the hands of the duos Yohan Rossel-Arnaud Dunand and Nikolay Gryazin-Konstantin Aleksandrov, were part of the leading group, where they competed against the Spaniards Pepe Lopez and David Vazquez.

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29/01/2024

The #C3Rally2Family kicks off the 2024 season in style at Rallye Monte-Carlo!

Citroën Racing, associated with Team DG Sport Compétition, launched its official 2024 programme with the first round of the World Rally Championship (WRC) at Rallye Monte-Carlo, making its return to Gap this year. Official Citroën Racing crews Yohan Rossel - Arnaud Dunand and Nikolay Gryazin - Konstantin Aleksandrov, at the wheel of the number 20 and 21 C3 Rally2s, took the start of the 92nd Rallye Monte-Carlo in Monaco on January 24 and battled it out for victory from stage to stage until the very last, PowerStage at Col de Turini.

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24/01/2024

The #C3Rally2Family kicks off its season at the Rallye Monte-Carlo!

Having secured a one-two finish in the WRC2 at the 2023 Rallye Monte-Carlo, Citroën Racing’s WRC2 works crews, Yohan Rossel – Arnaud Dunand and Nikolay Gryazin – Konstantin Aleksandrov, will be determined to repeat the exploit this year in the C3 Rally2 and make the perfect start to their WRC2 campaign. The C3 Rally2s entered by the DG Sport team will be sporting a new livery for the 2024 season, showing off the brand’s new visual identity and its racing heritage.

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09/01/2024

2024: A STRONG DRIVING LINE-UP FOR THE CITROEN C3RALLY2 IN WRC2

Citroën Racing will be at the forefront of the WRC2 championship again in 2024 with the #C3Rally2Family. A strong line-up of two proven drivers, Yohan Rossel and Nikolay Gryazin will front the official Citroën Racing programme together with the DG Sport team.

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09/01/2024

DG Sport Competition and AEC Racing Team join forces!

Both entities are simply unmissable on the international motorsport scene. DG Sport Competition, based in Theux, has an impressive track record in rally, fielding Citroën C3 Rally2 at various levels.

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09/01/2024

DG Sport Competition returns to victory at the Omloop van Vlaanderen!

The 2023 Belgian Rally Championship held its 10th round in the Roeselare region on Friday and Saturday, with the Omloop van Vlaanderen classic.

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09/01/2024

Double participation of DG Sport Competition at the Ardeca Ypres Rally!

On Friday 23 and Saturday 24 June, the Westhoek will once again serve as the setting for the Ardeca Ypres Rally. This atypical event regains its status as the flagship event of the Belgian Rally Championship after two editions on the FIA WRC calendar. DG Sport Compétition will be at the start, and rather twice than once…

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21/08/2022

Stéphane Lefebvre and DG Sport Compétition excel in WRC2 and in BRC!

Without a doubt, the Belgian round of the World Rally Championship 2022 left the DG Sport Compétition team smiling this weekend. In the Westhoek, Stéphane Lefebvre perfectly mastered his Citroën C3 Rally2 to claim victory both in WRC2 and in the Belgian Rally Championship rankings, while Maxime Potty, Davy Vanneste, Jos Verstappen and Roger Hodenius all had good reasons to have a smile on their faces at the end of a weekend made particularly delicate as the result of a tricky course …

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26/02/2022

Another victory for the Citroën C3 Rally2 and DG Sport Compétition at the Rally van Haspengouw!

This Saturday the highly awaited Belgian Rally Championship 2022 kicked off in the vicinity of Saint-Trond, with the Rally van Haspengouw that confirmed the excellent form put in by the Citroën C3 Rally2 entered by DG Sport Compétition. Not only did Stéphane Lefebvre and Xavier Portier claim victory at the finish of the 12 special stages typical of the region, but Jos Verstappen and Kris Botson, Maxime Potty and Renaud Herman, as also Richard Pex and Johan Findhammer quite clearly hit the headlines! Four cars at the start, four cars at the finish, and with those choice results there was overall satisfaction within the Theux based set up...

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