Sordo leaves ambiguous messages around his WRC future after Sardinia

Dani Sordo does not know if he will do another outing with Hyundai Motorsport in 2024 and revealed that Rally Italia Sardegna was not his final rally in World Rally Championship, but he admits that it is his team's decision if he will make another appearance this year.

The Spaniard agreed with Hyundai Motorsport to have a partial programme this year which contained his participation in Portugal and Sardinia. He is one of the most experienced drivers on the WRC grid with 191 participations, 1396 points, three wins and 57 podiums and started his career 21 years ago. He was driving for Citroen, Mini and Ford in the past before his having joined Hyundai ten years ago. Moreover, it must be mentioned that he had a full-season programme the first three years of his competition with i20, but afterwards he decided to support his team by sharing the third i20 with other drivers, such as Craig Breen and Oliver Solberg. Finally, he answered to a journalist's question at the end of Powerstage in Sardinia that his campaign for this year includes two outings and is willing to do more rallies if Hyundai asks from him to help his teammates on their title fight as well as that Rally Italia Sardegna was not his last race in WRC.

"I would like to do my last rally properly", Sordo said.

"Not like this, like bam. 

"Will I do more? 

"I don’t know. 

"I don’t know for sure. 

"This year I have two: Portugal and here. 

"But I stop then it would be nice to do something, after 20 years, it would be nice to make something special on the event.

"If I need to do more, I will do more. 

"I will be happy to do, but if I don’t, I will be happy also. 

"I just want to make the best for my team, to make the points and to help everybody be champion".

Photo Credits: Hyundai

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