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“Tough” and “difficult” the words of the day

Even though it came as no surprise for anyone Day 2 came to be a really challenging one for all the drivers.
A long day with a total of nine stages comes to an end after a lot of action in many different ways and not without it´s share of casualties.

Just ask reigning champion Sebastien Ogier who came out on top of the pack yesterday just to find himself ending up in the snow, loosing the lead and much more already on the first stage of the day.
Of course a worst case scenario for Volkswagen, even though they still have their remaining cars in first and second.
Even worse for Hyundai who had both of their cars ending up stopping on the side of the road, not being able to continue.

With Ogier out of the picture when it comes to top positions the race for the top spot between Mikkelsen and Latvala was, to say the least, intense and exciting all through the day.
With Latvala ahead with as little as 3.6 seconds before the final day it sure promises to be a close race all the way to the finish line.

Top three reads Latvala, Mikkelsen and Ostberg, but don´t forget the others chasing from behind.
This is not over. Not by a longshot.

In WRC2 Al Rahji is still in front, extending the lead during the day, followed by Ketomaa and Kruuda in second and third.

Final day tomorrow and, as already said, it will be a close race all the way to the end.
Be sure you don´t miss out.

Starting list for tomorrow is up on our Virtual Noticeboard.
Start List for Section 7 – Saturday 8th February 2014Even though it came as no surprise for anyone Day 2 came to be a really challenging one for all the drivers.
A long day with a total of nine stages comes to an end after a lot of action in many different ways and not without it´s share of casualties.

Just ask reigning champion Sebastien Ogier who came out on top of the pack yesterday just to find himself ending up in the snow, loosing the lead and much more already on the first stage of the day.
Of course a worst case scenario for Volkswagen, even though they still have their remaining cars in first and second.
Even worse for Hyundai who had both of their cars ending up stopping on the side of the road, not being able to continue.

With Ogier out of the picture when it comes to top positions the race for the top spot between Mikkelsen and Latvala was, to say the least, intense and exciting all through the day.
With Latvala ahead with as little as 3.6 seconds before the final day it sure promises to be a close race all the way to the finish line.

Top three reads Latvala, Mikkelsen and Ostberg, but don´t forget the others chasing from behind.
This is not over. Not by a longshot.

In WRC2 Al Rahji is still in front, extending the lead during the day, followed by Ketomaa and Kruuda in second and third.

Final day tomorrow and, as already said, it will be a close race all the way to the end.
Be sure you don´t miss out.

Starting list for tomorrow is up on our Virtual Noticeboard.
Start List for Section 7 – Saturday 8th February 2014