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Helicopter fottage of Petter Solberg during the last day of Philips Rally Argentina.
Onboard camera with Sebastien Loeb as he speeds on his way to victory at the Philips Rally Argentina.
Helicopter footage of Mikko Hirvonen during the last day of Philips Rally Argentina.
The winner of the 2012 Vodafone Rally Portugal, Mads Ostberg, speaks exclusively to WRC TV.
Sebastien Loeb has made it seven wins in succession on Philips Rally Argentina to extend his lead at the top of the FIA World Rally Championship powered by Nokia.
Sebastien Loeb, Mikko Hirvonen and Mads Ostberg look back at weekend of action and drama.
Julian Porter looks back at a rally weekend packed with action and drama as Sebastien Loeb clinches his 7th win in Argentina.
Volkswagen Motorsport driver Andreas Mikkelsen struggled to complete the stage due to a broken front suspension damper on his Super 2000-specification Skoda Fabia. As a result he has slipped from seventh to 10th position.
Sebastien Loeb is three stages away from winning Philips Rally Argentina following a controlled drive over Sunday morning's trio of stages, which he completed with an advantage of 1.3s over Citroen team-mate Mikko Hirvonen.
Thierry Neuville completed his return to action on Saturday morning under Rally 2 regulations in style by setting the fastest time through the day-closing superspecial stage on the outskirts of Villa Carlos Paz tonight.
Julian Porter and Colin Clark from WRC TV provide their thoughts and analysis after all the Saturday afternoon action in Argentina.
Sebastien Loeb will start the final day of Philips Rally Argentina firmly on course for his seventh victory on the event and his 70th in the FIA World Rally Championship powered by Nokia after Citroen team-mate Mikko Hirvonen was told to hold position.
Armin Kremer in his Subaru Impreza crashed his car into the river as the German missed the entry onto the bridge in SS09.
Thousands of fans gather at the sides of the tracks to see the drivers race through stunning landscapes.
Nasser Al-Attiyah reached the stage finish of SS10 with significant right-rear suspension and wheel damage. The Qatar World Rally Team driver reported striking a rock in the last two kilometres of the stage and fears he would be forced to retire from day two. WRC TV was at the scene.
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