Stage 18 Portugal Rally notes, quotes and standings

Stage 18 Portugal Rally notes, quotes and standings

20.05.2018: WRC Rallyes 2018 Vodafone Portugal Rally Sunday, May 20th 2018 Sun 10:27 - WRC 2 standings after SS18 1. Tidemand 3h 50m 59.2sec 2. Pieniazek +1m 50.7sec 3. Lefebvre +2m 18.0sec 4. Loubet +2m 51.6sec 5. Arai +3m 36.8sec

WRC Rallyes 2018
Vodafone Portugal Rally
Sunday, May 20th 2018



Sun 10:27 - WRC 2 standings after SS18


1. Tidemand 3h 50m 59.2sec 2. Pieniazek +1m 50.7sec 3. Lefebvre +2m 18.0sec 4. Loubet +2m 51.6sec 5. Arai +3m 36.8sec




Sun 10:18 - SS18: WRC 2


Tidemand comes through with the fastest time so far, with Pieniazek slipping further off the pace. But he's still second for now, despite Lefebvre taking 8.7sec out of his advantage.



Sun 10:12 - SS18: Latvala


Jari-Matti isn't in preservation mode though! He's set the fastest stage time, 1.5sec up




Sun 10:09 - SS18: Ogier


After winning the first run of Fafe, Ogier isn't pushing his Fiesta too hard on this test - across the line 25.9sec slower than Lappi.




Sun 10:07 - SS18: Mikkelsen


First of the Rally2 runners through to the end and the Hyundai driver has dropped 17.3sec to Lappi as he looks to save his tyres - and his engine - for this afternoon's Live TV Power Stage




Sun 10:05 - WRC standings after SS18


1. Neuville 3h 37m 23.1sec 2. Evans +41.2sec 3. Suninen +53.0sec 4. Lappi +1m 02.0sec 5. Sordo +1m 05.3sec.




Sun 10:03 - SS18: Neuville


Neuville finishes the stage now, 3.5sec down on Lappi as he continues to just manage this rally - he doesn't need to push too hard at this point.




Sun 10:01 - SS18: Evans


The M-Sport Ford driver has lost a bit of time on this one, he's 5.4sec down on Lappi and his lead to team-mate Suninen is 11.8sec now.



Sun 09:58 - SS18: Sordo

That three-way battle for third has taken another swing - Dani Sordo is down to fifth again after dropping 4.0sec to Lappi. The Finn's advantage is 3.3sec now.

 

 

 

1.     5     BEL T. NEUVILLE     3:37:23.1        
2.     2     GBR E. EVANS     3:38:04.3     +41.2     +41.2
3.     3     FIN T. SUNINEN     3:38:16.1     +11.8     +53.0

4.     9     FIN E. LAPPI     3:38:25.1     +9.0     +1:02.0
5.     16     ESP D. SORDO     3:38:28.4     +3.3     +1:05.3
6.     12     NOR M. OSTBERG     3:40:51.9     +2:23.5     +3:28.8
7.     11     IRL C. BREEN     3:42:37.1     +1:45.2     +5:14.0
8.     31     SWE P. TIDEMAND     3:50:59.2     +8:22.1     +13:36.1
9.     37     POL L. PIENIAZEK     3:52:49.9     +1:50.7     +15:26.8
10.     42     FRA S. LEFEBVRE     3:53:17.2     +27.3     +15:54.1
11.     39     FRA P. LOUBET     3:53:50.8     +33.6     +16:27.7
12.     40     JPN H. ARAI     3:54:36.0     +45.2     +17:12.9
13.     43     FIN J. NORDGREN     3:56:36.7     +2:00.7     +19:13.6
14.     81     PRT A. ARAÚJO     3:58:36.3     +1:59.6     +21:13.2
15.     47     MEX B. GUERRA     3:59:49.5     +1:13.2     +22:26.4
16.     83     PRT M. BARBOSA     4:01:27.0     +1:37.5     +24:03.9
17.     4     NOR A. MIKKELSEN     4:01:55.7     +28.7     +24:32.6
18.     32     GBR G. GREENSMITH     4:03:06.8     +1:11.1     +25:43.7
19.     38     ESP N. SOLANS BALDO     4:03:57.3     +50.5     +26:34.2
20.     33     CHL P. HELLER     4:05:11.8     +1:14.5     +27:48.7
21.     61     SWE D. RÅDSTRÖM     4:12:22.1     +7:10.3     +34:59.0
22.     1     FRA S. OGIER     4:12:40.8     +18.7     +35:17.7
23.     87     PRT D. SALVI     4:22:48.8     +10:08.0     +45:25.7
24.     45     TUR M. BOSTANCI     4:23:14.2     +25.4     +45:51.1
25.     34     JPN T. KATSUTA     4:26:01.3     +2:47.1     +48:38.2
26.     7     FIN J. LATVALA     4:26:09.6     +8.3     +48:46.5
27.     35     FIN J. HUTTUNEN     4:26:15.1     +5.5     +48:52.0
28.     44     FIN M. VATANEN     4:32:42.4     +6:27.3     +55:19.3
29.     85     IRL B. CUMISKEY     4:34:36.4     +1:54.0     +57:13.3
30.     36     ITA F. ANDOLFI     4:36:15.7     +1:39.3     +58:52.6
31.     63     SWE E. BERGKVIST     4:45:16.4     +9:00.7     +1:07:53.3
32.     46     ROU S. TEMPESTINI     4:47:23.5     +2:07.1     +1:10:00.4
33.     41     NLD K. ABBRING     5:00:53.5     +13:30.0     +1:23:30.4
34.     66     DEU J. TANNERT     5:00:57.5     +4.0     +1:23:34.4
35.     62     FRA J. FRANCESCHI     5:04:25.3     +3:27.8     +1:27:02.2




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