Corsica Rallye stage 11 news, quotes, standings

Corsica Rallye stage 11 news, quotes, standings

08.04.2018: WRC Rallyes 2018 Tour de Corse Sunday, April 8th 2018 Sun 10:30 - WRC standings after SS11

WRC Rallyes 2018
Tour de Corse
Sunday, April 8th 2018



Sun 10:30 - WRC standings after SS11


1. Ogier 3h17m08.1s 2. Tanak +31.0s 3. Neuville +44.3s 4. Sordo +1m56.2s 5. Evans +1m59.0s 6. Mikkelsen +2m35.0s




Sun 10:35 - WRC 2 standings after SS11


1. Kopecky 3h27m14.3s 2. Bonato +1m35.5s 3. Andolfi +3m04.8s 4. Veiby +3m12.7s 5. Pieniazek +12m54.4s



Sun 10:42 - Power Stage starting order


Let's see how the cars line up for the power stage: 1. Andolfi 2. Bonato 3. Kopecky 4. Loeb 5. Meeke 6. Lappi 7. Mikkelsen 8. Evans 9. Sordo 10. Neuville 11. Tanak 12. Ogier 13. Veiby





Sun 10:49 - SS11: JWRC

The JWRC field are starting to get to the end of the stage now, Jean-Baptiste Franceschi is the fastest man through the splits so far.






Sun 10:33 - SS11: Veiby

After his gearbox woes yesterday, Veiby is back in action today and his time is 12.8sec slower than the WRC 2 class leader.



Sun 10:33 - SS11: Andolfi

35m54.2s for Fabio Andolfi - 10.5sec down on Kopecky





Sun 10:32 - SS11: Bonato

Bonato is through to stage end, a 35m54.8s for him - 11.1sec slower than Kopecky




Sun 10:30 - SS11: Kopecky

Jan Kopecky is the first WRC 2 car through now, 35m43.7s for him. "This stage is rather long! We have quite a huge gap behind us, I was avoiding all the stones, all the gaps, I wanted to get the car to the end of the stage."




Sun 10:27 - SS11: Loeb

Loeb is through now, 34.07.0s for him - 20.1sec slower than Tanak. He said, after being ambushed by kids for autographs: "Yeah it was okay, it was very long with a lot of the corners looking the same. We drove without taking risks and now I'm here."




Sun 10:25 - SS11: Meeke

Meeke is through now, 33m59.5s for him to be the second fastest man through the stage. "That was probably the best 55k of note calling I've ever heard. We had to keep pushing, we're trying to take Kopecky for a point but we want to save the tyres for the Power Stage as well."



Sun 10:23 - SS11: Ogier

Ogier comes through in a time of 34m0.4s - 13.5sec slower than Tanak. "Job done so far, if we can grab some points then that's good. A few points I hope on the Power Stage."




Sun 10:20 - SS11: Tanak

Tanak is also in and he's blitzed the stage - 33m46.9s. That is 13.2sec faster than Neuville. "I can't push like maximum, there is a little bit more understeer so I can't push like I did yesterday but I'm just keeping it clean."




Sun 10:18 - SS11: Neuville

Neuville comes through with the fastest time so far - a 34m0.1s - 9.5sec faster than Evans.



Sun 10:17 - SS11: Lappi

Lappi comes through now in a time of 35m42.4s. "I lost the rear at one corner on cold tyres and hit the kerb. My mistake fully."



Sun 10:15 - SS11: Sordo

Sordo's car has left the holding point at the end of the stage with some oil trickling out from the bottom of the car - not good for the Spaniard



Sun 10:14 - SS11: Sordo

Dani Sordo is through now, a 34m09.9s for him - 0.3sec slower than Evans. "I lifted a little bit in the middle of the stage, I wanted to look after the tyres."




Sun 10:12 - SS11 stopped

The stage has been stopped, Nicolas Ciamin has crashed and blocked the road. The crew are fine but his car needs to be recovered. There'll be a significant gap between the cars ahead of Ciamin and the cars that have been stopped.



Sun 10:11 - SS11: Evans

Elfyn Evans comes through in a time of 34m09.6s. 12.3sec faster than Mikkelsen.



Sun 10:09 - SS11: Mikkelsen

Mikkelsen is through to the end of the stage - 34m21.9s for him.




Sun 10:08 - SS11: Evans

Evans is also at the sixth split, 0.1sec slower than Sordo



Sun 10:08 - SS11: Sordo

Sordo is through the sixth split in a time of 28m57.2s - 11.3sec faster than Mikkelsen



Sun 10:07 - SS11: Tanak

Tanak could be on for a great time here, at the fifth split he is 8.2sec faster than Neuville and is the quickest man on stage so far.




Sun 10:07 - SS11: Mikkelsen

Mikkelsen has reached the final split, 29m08.5s is his time. That split is 45.9km into the stage so he's got just shy of 10km remaining.



Sun 10:06 - SS11: Lappi

Lappi has come through the second split, a 9m39.7s for him. He's 1m54.9s down on Tanak - a shame for him, but he's minimised the time loss.




Sun 10:03 - SS11: Meeke

Meeke is through the third split, a 12m04.7s for him - that's 1.5sec faster than Neuville's benchmark but we haven't had a time through from Tanak at that split.



Sun 10:02 - SS11: Sordo

Sordo is through split 5 - 1sec slower than Evans



Sun 10:01 - SS11: Tanak

Tanak is on a charge, at 27.02km in he's set a 16m36.8s - 7sec faster than Neuville



Sun 10:00 - SS11: Evans

Evans is also at the fifth split - 36.55km in - in a time of 22m44.1s - 8.9sec faster



Sun 10:00 - SS11: Mikkelsen

Andreas makes it to the penultimate split in a time of 22m53.0s



Sun 09:59 - SS11: Neuville

Neuville is through the fourth split with the fastest time - 16m43.8s - 1.6sec faster than Evans



Sun 09:59 - SS11: Meeke

Meeke is back after his pacenote error saw him go off the road in SS10. 7m47.2s for him in the first split is 2.4sec down on Tanak



Sun 09:58 - SS11: Ogier

Ogier is well into the stage now, a 4m36.0s for him at the first split is 4sec slower than Tanak



Sun 09:56 - SS11: Sordo

Sordo is at the fourth split, 16m47.5s for him - 2.1sec slower than Evans



Sun 09:55 - SS11: Neuville

Neuville is through the third split in a time of 12m06.2s - 1.7sec faster than Sordo



Sun 09:54 - SS11: Evans

Evans comes through the fourth split 27.02km in, he clocked a 16m45.4s - that is 8.5sec faster that Mikkelsen through that point




Sun 09:52 - SS11: Tanak

He then reaches the second split and he's clocked a 7m44.8s - 2.9sec faster than Neuville
it the first split 6.95km into the stage, Tanak has set a 4m32.0s - just 0.1sec slower than Lappi




Sun 09:51 - SS11: Sordo

Sordo has also made it to the third split, he's 0.1sec faster than Evans



Sun 09:50 - SS11: Evans

Evans has come through the third split, a 12m08.0s for him - 3.9sec faster than Mikkelsen




Sun 09:50 - SS11: Lappi

It was a puncture for Lappi!



Sun 09:49 - SS11: Sordo

Sordo comes through the second split, 7m49.0s for him - 2.8sec faster than Mikkelsen




Sun 09:48 - SS11: Lappi

Drama! Esapekka Lappi has stopped on stage now! He's got out the car and they look to be repairing something.



Sun 09:47 - SS11: Neuville

Neuville is the fastest driver through the first split, 4m34.7s for him - 1.1sec faster than Evans & Sordo



Sun 08:57 - SS11 guide

Vero – Sarrola-Carcopino, 55.17km. Sunday’s opener is the longest of the rally and it is virtually all new. It climbs initially among pine forests to the Tartavella pass, the high point of the event at 885m. A twisty downhill road leads to Azzana bridge before the test passes through Lopigna, Arro and Ambiegna villages. After negotiating the Clos d’Alzeto vineyard and Sari d’Orcino village, the final 7km include the climb and descent from the Sarzoggio pass - the only section retained from 2017.




Sun 08:51 - WRC 2


Jan Kopecky leads in WRC 2 after a cool and controlled performance from the Skoda Fabia R5 driver. Yoann Bonato is his nearest competition in second - after he was given his SS8 time back - but he's still 1m24.4s down with Fabio Andolfini a further minute behind - 2m54.3s off the class leader.




Sun 08:49 - JWRC


Coming into the final day, Jean-Baptiste Franceschi has a 17.9sec lead over countryman Terry Folb as the pair battle for home victory on Corsica. Ireland's Callum Devine is a bit further back in third, 2m30.8s down, with Emil Bergkvist just 7.3sec behind Devine in fourth.



Sun 08:46 - Road order


Sunday's order: 1. Mikkelsen 2. Evans 3. Sordo 4. Lappi 5. Neuville 6. Tanak 7. Ogier 8. Meeke 9. Loeb 10. Kopecky




Sun 08:44 - Sunday's itinerary



There's only two stages for the crews today, but what a pair of stages! The first is the Vero-Sarrola-Carcopino test, a 55.17km battle which doubles up as the longest stage the crews have faced this season. The second stage is the Live TV Power Stage - Pénitencier de Coti-Chiavari which comes in at 16.25km


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