Sébastien Ogier, the six-time French world rally champion, announced on Friday that he would drive again next year for Toyota in the WRC championship after having previously indicated that this season would be his last. “I didn’t want this shortened season to be my last in the WRC. We have performed well with the Toyota Yaris and I want to continue working with the team and fight for another title next year, ”Ogier, 36, announced on Twitter. The 2020 WRC season has been shortened by the coronavirus pandemic and has just seven events, one of which, the Monza rally, is yet to be contested in early December. It is the Briton Elfyn Evans (Toyota) who currently occupies the head of the standings, Sébastien Ogier appearing in second place and can still be crowned this year. He won four titles with Volkswagen from 2013 to 2016 and two with Ford (2017 and 2018). He then joined Citroën in 2019 before signing for Toyota as the French manufacturer decided to withdraw from the WRC championship.