STAGE FLASH 3
Car 1. OGIER/INGRASSIA
“It’s good. It’’s been difficult. Very slippery and I struggled to find confidence. This one the grip was
better and it was more enjoyable.”
Car 5. MEEKE/MARSHALL
“Not bad, feeling okay. Quite tricky and dusty. I am learning the car. It’s working well. I am happy with
Car 6. SORDO/DEL BARRIO
“I didn’t do a really good stage. The feeling was good but I could have been faster in some places. We
need to push more.”
Car 10. LATVALA/ANTTILA
Third fastest on the stage.
Car 11. NEUVILLE/GILSOUL
“It’s not much we can do. A puncture and now we have to catch positions today. If we can we have a
good road positon for tomorrow. Otherwise it is over.”
Car 33. EVANS/MARTIN
Fourth on the stage and holds a similar position in the overall standings.
Car 89. MIKKELSEN/JAEGER-AMLAND
Sets the fifth quickest time and sees his outright lead reduced to 0.7 seconds by Ogier.
Car 41. GUERRA/ZAPATA
Delights the home fans with a time of 10min 16.1sec. That puts the Mexican driver into the WRC 2 lead.
Car 42. BULACIA/CRETU
The Bolivian is beaten on the stage by Guerra by 3.5 seconds and slips to second in WRC 2.