Neuville out to avenge last year's loss to Ogier
Thierry Neuville has laid down the gauntlet to the rest of the drivers in the WRC category that he is out to avenge his last year's retirement misfortune, by putting in a super drive in the dusty roads of Naivasha to win this year's WRC Safari rally crown.
Neuville hurt his right rear damper on last day’s first stage and consequently retired from the race having led in all stages up to the final day.
"We didn't deserve that retirement. I think we had driven well and we deserved the win. We are out for revenge this year."
Neuville showed his admiration for the beautiful landscapes and scenes adding he samples some of Kenya's cultures and Wildlife.
"I have some good memories from my first visit to Kenya. It was a real adventure, as we got to discover the country, the culture, the beautiful scenery and the wildlife. Unfortunately we left feeling disappointed as we were clearly ahead and could have won easily had it not been for the small issue."
Neuville had his shakedown Wednesday morning and will be quick to familiarize with the roads as real action nears.
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