A cheerful conversation that told himself “I need to go for it now” definitely helped, and it was caused by his boss’s phone call.

“He did the job as usual,” Hyundai Deputy Director Julien Manse told DirtFish.

“We know Dani. Of course, it has less mileage and less experience than others on this car. He’s very consistent, very steady and after all, he doesn’t make noise, but he’s always at the end with big scores.

“Today his goal was clear: to catch up with Katsuta. We gave him everything, we gave him the full opportunity, I called him before the last stage [and said] I don’t care about the damage, the car and so on, and he did it. “


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