WRC / Rally Turkey - Tänak and three!

WRC / Rally Turkey - Tänak and three!

What could Ott Tänak move to? A winner in Turkey on Sunday on their third consecutive rally, Estonia has benefited from the disadvantages of Thierry Neuville and Sébastien Ogier to return to the world title race in WRC.
The Toyota runners ranked second place through the driver's driver from the end of the season, ten points before Francach, who was the leader of M-Sport last year, and 13 behind Belgium. However, his Toyota seemed to have troubled Turkish turbulent roads on the first day, Friday, but Tänak, the winner of the latest two embassies in Finland and Germany, was one of the few drivers who sent the story on this weekend.
"On Friday, we thought that the fifth or sixth would be very good already," the strong man said the moment. "But the fastest material was not the fastest person and I got through any problem."
"The Championship is interesting, it must continue to push," continued the person who did not accept comments about the title, before this event.
Ogier, the 10th, and Neuville, 16th, only five points, thanks to the Phases of Power that were in charge, had forgotten a weekend. Fighting over the morning of Saturday and only 3/10 to dispose of the second, they were successful without completing a day. Were they too greedy
Hyundai driver broke suspended during the first phase of the day (SS8). Ogier had the same fate as follows, unlike his best enemy, he had taken his improved repairs to take the ES10 exit in extremis, before the road in the SS11 ceased to finish his day. .
On Sunday, they reappeared the Rally 2 rule, allowing riders who dropped off to start again the next day after receiving a penalty for each individual lost, and sharing the victories in the four ESs. remaining on the board (2-2).

Ogier still believes he

"This weekend did not happen as we wanted, but with three genres still going, many can happen," they want to believe, Ogier.
"We wished to win," Neuville said. "We were the first fastest but we did not reject a small problem."
Finn Jari-Matti Latvala (Toyota) and New Zealand, Hayden Paddon (Hyundai), finish the podium for the first time this season, the 2nd and 3rd day in the form of multiple events. Marked Saturday at Citroën's fantastic fire by Irish Craig Breen and coach driver Scott Scott, who is not concealed.
As a result of this incredible race, Toyota Hyundai takes up to five points for the first time in the position of the manufacturers.
Rowing of Turkey, which was not on the WRC since 2010, was the first time stopping in the Marmaris region (southwest). The pilots, who found the ground except during the exploration, were afraid of the collapse caused by the huge pockets that he created. They were not wrong.
The Championship starts with another piece of friend in the Welsh forests, the Great Britain Rally from October 4 to 7.

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