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WRC 2015: Latest news on driver moves and team line-ups

A round-up of the top stories on driver moves and team line-ups for the World Rally Championship in 2015.

WRC news: Hyundai drops WRC driver rotation for 2015 season

Hyundai will stick with Thierry Neuville, Dani Sordo and Hayden Paddon for most of its 2015 World Rally Championship rather than rotating drivers as it did last year

Protasov waits for 2015 confirmation -

Ukraine driver must wait before finalising 2015 schedule -

WRC news: Francois Delecour commits to inaugural R-GT Cup

Francois Delecour has committed to the FIA's new R-GT Cup series for GT cars in the World and European Rally Championships, securing a Porsche 911 drive for the inaugural season

Kubica commits to WRC in 2015 -

Kubica admits he loves the challenge -

WRC: Bouffier to pilot M-Sport Fiesta on Rallye Monte Carlo | WRC News

Bryan Bouffier is to compete on Rallye Monte Carlo, the 2015 WRC season opener, in an M-Sport-run Ford Fiesta RS WRC car. Bouffier put in a sensational performance on the Monte back in January and led from SS3 to SS9, until a spin dropped him to second behind eventual winner, Sebastien Ogier.

Paddon inks new deal at Hyundai -

Extended programme for Kiwi with Korean squad -

WRC news: JWRC champion Stephane Lefebvre to get Citroen WRC chances in 2015

Junior World Rally champion Stephane Lefebvre will get a minimum of two top-line WRC outings in a factory Citroen in 2015

WRC news: Petter Solberg could switch to World Rally Championship in 2015

Petter Solberg could make a sensational switch back to the World Rally Championship next season

WRC news: Mads Ostberg keeps Citroen World Rally Championship drive for 2015

Mads Ostberg will be retained as Kris Meeke's Citroen team-mate for the 2015 World Rally Championship

WRC news: Ex-F1 driver Robert Kubica fights to keep his WRC place for 2015

Robert Kubica is fighting for his World Rally Championship career this week as he chases a deal with Citroen or M-Sport to stay in the series next season

Paddon: It's Citroen or Hyundai -

Kiwi expects to announce 2015 plans within two weeks -

Bertelli set for World Rally Car switch in 2015 -

Italian will progress from WRC2 -

Sébastien Loeb to compete at 2015 Rallye Monte-Carlo in a DS 3 WRC! - Citroën Racing

Nine-time World Rally Champions and seven-time winners of the Rallye Monte-Carlo, Sébastien Loeb and Daniel Elena are to return to competive action in a DS 3 WRC at the Rallye Monte-Carlo, the opening round of the 2015 World Rally Championship. This one-off appearance, at the most prestigious rally on the WRC calendar, will support the launch of the DS Brand.

WRC news: Ott Tanak gets Mikko Hirvonen's M-Sport seat for 2015 WRC season

M-Sport will field Ott Tanak and Elfyn Evans in its main line-up in the 2015 World Rally Championship

Elfyn Evans retains M-Sport Ford seat | WRC News

WRC News. Elfyn Evans will stay with the M-Sport Ford team for the 2015 World Rally Championship having impressed in his first WRC campaign.. Read more at!

Lorenzo Bertelli on Twitter

Starting from WRC-2015 my new codriver will be Giovanni Bernacchini! My team and I are happy to welcome him onboard.

WRC news: Robert Kubica on Citroen's shortlist for 2015 WRC season

Robert Kubica is on Citroen's shortlist to join Kris Meeke in its 2015 World Rally Championship line-up, says team boss Yves Matton.

WRC news: Kris Meeke keeps Citroen World Rally Championship drive for 2015

Kris Meeke will stay on as a Citroen driver for the 2015 World Rally Championship

WRC news: Dani Sordo gets expanded Hyundai WRC deal for 2015 and 2016

Hyundai has re-signed Dani Sordo for an expanded World Rally Championship programme in 2015 and '16

Hayden Paddon: I'll be back in 2015 -

New Zealander eyeing nine-round programme -

WRC news: VW keeps Ogier, Latvala, Mikkelsen in 2015 World Rally Championship

Volkswagen will retain Sebastien Ogier, Jari-Matti Latvala and Andreas Mikkelsen for its factory World Rally Championship team into 2015

WRC news: Robert Kubica's World Rally Championship future in doubt for 2015

Robert Kubica's future in the World Rally Championship has been cast into doubt after it emerged he is not currently negotiating with any of the series' teams for 2015

WRC news: Mikko Hirvonen to retire from World Rally Championship after 2014

Mikko Hirvonen has announced his retirement from the World Rally Championship after next week's Rally GB

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