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Substantial Prize Fund For 2014 Citroen Trophy

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Citroen have confirmed the Citroen Racing Trophy will once again feature in the MSA British Rally Championship in 2014.

The French marque have announced a substantial prize fund for the upcoming campaign, with €10,000 in prize vouchers to be available on each of the seven rallies (the Rally Isle of Man double header prize split between the two legs).

Citroen Racing have elected to reward the top five CRT finishers in each event. The winner will still take a parts voucher worth €4000, second €2250, third €1500, fourth €1250 and fifth place €1000.

Last year’s Citroen Racing Trophy victor was outright BRC champion Jukka Korhonen (pictured).

“Support like this from Citroën has meant we have had some brilliant battles at the front in the last couple of years. Identical cars at maximum attack is a joy to watch and a prize fund like this is even more incentive to push hard,” said BRC manager Mark Taylor.

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