The Citroen C3 WRC shows its benefits in San Remo

Citroën Racing has not hesitated to take advantage of the extra time
awarded by the cancellation of the Rally of China and so has become apparent in the
#TEST6. The sixth test of the Citroen C3 WRC 2017 has taken place in San Remo, a
scenario iconic of the championship and in which the French firm has made
test the latest innovations of its prototype. Each time more close to the design
final with new solutions, the Citroën C3 WRC has left samples of their
benefits on the iconic roads of the Italian region of the hand of Craig
Breen and Kris Meeke

test to Test the Citroën C3 WRC will uncovering your ultimate image and in the case of the test in San Remo we have a podium the new design of the wheel arches in the rear, now open on your behind. The camouflage used in the World Rally Car is French and has been varying in its hues with the passing of the miles also hinted at the new air intakes for cooling, and the careful work that has made the signature gala in moulding, in the side skirts, and above all in the diffuser, perfectly designed so that the gases emitted by the exhaust do not interfere.

The margin of the design of the Citroën C3 WRC, it is worth noting the performance offered by the new World Rally Car and that makes it even more palpable in the asphalt. Thanks to the videos recorded by Sebastino Baigini in San Remo, we can see how the World Rally Car French driven both by Craig Breen as Kris Meeke offers greater stability when braking with respect to its predecessor, in the same way that you see a remarkable improvement in the output of the curves. It is too early to draw conclusions, but the Citroen C3 WRC promises great things.