Moderators reporter Posted October 26, 2018 Moderators Share Posted October 26, 2018 After retiring from the lead last time out at Wales Rally GB on the back of three consecutive wins, Tanak entered Spain 21 points adrift of leader Thierry Neuville. But Tanak was able to capitalise on off-road incidents for his two main rivals to move top on the third stage of the rally. M-Sport’s Ogier held a 3.7-second advantage after the opening asphalt stage but Tanak cut that to just ... Keep reading View the full article Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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