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 World Rally Championship news - Autosport

WRC Rally Germany: Ott Tanak holds lead into final day for M-Sport
Ott Tanak maintained his Rally Germany lead over Andreas Mikkelsen on Saturday afternoon, while Sebastien Ogier continued to stay in touch with the leaders

WRC leader Thierry Neuville explains Rally Germany retirement
World Rally Championship leader Thierry Neuville will rejoin Rally Germany on a 'win or bust' powerstage mission after a Saturday retirement he put down to a car breakage

Rally Germany: Ott Tanak extends lead over Andreas Mikkelsen
Ott Tanak extended his Rally Germany lead over Andreas Mikkelsen to 23 seconds during Saturday's opening loop

WRC Rally Germany: Thierry Neuville retires from leg two
Joint World Rally Championship leader Thierry Neuville has retired from Rally Germany on Saturday's opening stage, gifting third place to his title rival Sebastien Ogier

Rally Germany: Ott Tanak retakes lead from Andreas Mikkelsen
Ott Tanak reclaimed the Rally Germany lead from Andreas Mikkelsen on Friday afternoon, while Sebastien Ogier spun and fell behind World Rally Championship rival Thierry Neuville into fourth

       

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