Breen's test forced to finish after his Monte crash today [+photo]

Craig Breen's and Paul Nagle's test with the Ford Puma Rally1 are forced to be completed after their crash they had during their final preparations for Rallye Monte Carlo.

M-Sport Ford started its final preparation ahead of Rallye Monte Carlo on Tuesday when Adrien Fourmaux started his preparations for this event.

On Wednesday, it was Breen's turn to test for the last time his new car before the start of this season in Monte Carlo, but due to an accident he was not able to continue his testing program. 

The incident happened when the Irish hit an armco with the front left of his car and after that he hit a bank in the next right-hander corner with the rear right resulting in a 360-degree turn and after that his car ended up in a ditch, 15-20 meters down from the road.

The crew is okay and safe, but it is uncertain if Gus Greensmith will test the Puma on Thursday as the car is heavily damaged.

However, it is possible for Greensmith to test on Friday if M-Sport mechanics cannot repair the car in time.

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