Rally, Breen set to welcome new co-driver after Nagle’s retirement – OA Sport

Rallye Breen set to welcome new co-driver after retirement of Nagle - OA Sport

Craig Breen is set to share the cockpit with a new navigator in Japan following the retirement of Paul Nagle. The two Irishmen broke up after a long hiatus, and the relationship was officially over ‘Power Stage’ At the event in Spain.

James Fulton is ready to help the M-Sport rider on the Japanese roads that will conclude the 2022 world championship. By tradition, the couple must appear on the starting line again for the next championship, which begins in Monaco at the end of January.

The 30-year-old told the media in a statement after signing with the Ford-affiliated British team: “I have nothing more to say other than I am happy to have this opportunity. As with any co-driver, reaching the WRC’s premier class is an imminent dream.

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It will certainly be felt there Absence of nagel Five years after his last high-octane WRC race with Briton Chris Meekay (Citroen C3 WRC), he decided to end his career on Catalan roads. For Breen, however, this would be his last Japanese round with Ford before returning to Hyundai In 2023, the Estonian Ot Tanak will have to face its absence.

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