Neuville is thinking of retiring from WRC after 2024

Thierry Neuville says that 2024 may be his last season in World Rally Championship considering the future of WRC, but he admits that he will give everything to claim the drivers' title this year.

The Belgian driver has 157 starts in World Rally Championship so far and started his debut at the top class back in 2012. He has twenty wins and 64 podiums, but he has never become a WRC Champion while he had finished second on the championship five times. He is currently leading the standings with 48 points over Elfyn Evans who is just three points behind TN after the end of Rally Sweden. Finally, it must be mentioned that Neuville was part of Citroen and M-Sport in 2012 and 2013 respectively before his having joined Hyundai Motorsport ten years ago and since then he is driving for the Korean squad.

"This could be my last year in WRC, so I’ll give it my all once again to try and secure it", Neuville said.

"I feel the tool is there, so we’re going to give everything to achieve it, especially if I’m stopping afterward. 

"It’d be great to leave with a title.

"A lot has happened in recent weeks.

"Nothing is clear today. 

"What’s happened can make me reconsider my desires, but also the opportunities".


Photo Credits: Hyundai


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