WRC exit in sight for Volkswagen?

Volkswagen's commitment to the World Rally Championship programme might not extend till 2019, as earlier planned

Overdrive October 28, 2016 11:00:44 IST
WRC exit in sight for Volkswagen?

One of the outcomes of the emissions scandal that Volkswagen found itself embroiled in, since the matter came to light in September 2015, appears to be cost cutting. The losses that the company has faced in the nature of fines, and by way of recalls and part replacements, has been to the tune of several billions. As a result of which cost cutting has become one of the prime focusses for the Volkswagen Group - extending across all its brands - with one of the main areas being motorsport.

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