ADAC Rallye Deutschland

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Fri 10:53 - SS3: LIVE
Spectator issues sorted, Neuville's start time was 1052hrs, that's a six-minute delay.

Fri 10:50 - Weather update
In a word, changeable. Rain has stopped over SS3 but the opening 6km remain very wet.

Fri 10:48 - SS3: Delay
Neuville at the start line but there is a delay to the stage. More news when we get it.

Fri 10:15 - Stage info: SS3
Mittelmosel 1, 22.00km. The initial section is all about the vineyards above the Mosel river. It is littered with hairpins, both downhill and uphill, and tricky junctions among the grapes. After exiting the vines, there is a 1.3km blast along a main road to the village of Rivenich, which drivers leave across open fields. The stage becomes more open before ending with another string of hairpins.

Fri 10:14 - Next stage: 1046hrs
Flick to WRC+ to track the crews as they head to the start of Mittelmosel. Stage notes coming up.

Fri 10:12 - Germany WRC2 after SS2
1.Kopecky 7m38.5s, 2.Camilli +6.6s, 3.Tidemand +7.8s, 4.Tempestini +12.8s, 5.Gilbert +15.1s

Fri 10:09 - SS2: WRC 2 Kopecky
Thursday's surprise overnight leader is quickest in WRC 2 and settles 12th overall. "Last night was a surprise but in this little R5 car I really enjoyed it," he says. "I kept it smooth with no slides and it went well! Last year I was close to winning the Super Special in Spain, but I didn't think we'd do that against the new cars."

Fri 10:05 - SS2: WRC 2 Camilli
"A good stage. I want to say a huge thanks to the team for getting my car fixed for today."

Fri 10:04 - SS2: WRC 2 Suninen
"A complete disaster. At the start we were just told to go straightaway. The time is not right. We are not starting on the right time."

Fri 10:02 - Germany after SS2
1.Sordo 7m20.6s, 2.Tanak +1.5s, 3.Neuville +1.9s, 4.Mikkelsen +2.3s, 5.Latvala +2.3s

Fri 10:00 - SS2: WRC 2 Tidemand
"It was okay. Had to find a good exist out of the junctions but no drama. No big risks."

Fri 09:58 - SS2: Serderidis
"Very nice. Much better than I expected."

Fri 09:57 - SS2: Raoux
"For the first stage on Tarmac in this car it's not so bad."

Fri 09:55 - SS2: Kremer
Getting to grips with his new Fiesta. "Really not so easy to drive in some sections. Over the day we will improve."

Fri 09:54 - SS2: Mikkelsen
Fourth quickest but not happy with his gamble on soft-compound tyres all round. "A lot of movement on the tyres, I don't think they were correct for this stage. The time is not so bad, but we were pushing hard."

Fri 09:52 - SS2: Meeke
Returning with Rally2 today after his Thursday retirement. "A really stupid mistake last night. But okay all I can do now is go again. I'll try to get to the the end of every stage as quickly as possible today. Paul's wife is in hospital waiting for a baby."

Fri 09:48 - SS2: Lappi
"I'm pretty pleased to be honest. No risks, just checking how much dirt there is on the road. Everything is fine."

Fri 09:46 - Tyre choices
Confirmation from Michelin on tyre numbers and compounds (hard / soft) its drivers have for the morning loop: Meeke/Breen/Lappi/Latvala/Hanninen/Ogier/Tanak: 4S 2H. Paddon/Mikkelsen: 5S. Sordo/Neuville: 3S 3H

Fri 09:46 - SS2: Hanninen
"Okay. We lost a bit of time but the car feels really, really cool."

Fri 09:44 - SS2: Paddon
Slowest through so far, "I'm on the full soft tyres. I'm waiting for the rain and didn't want to ruin them in the dry."

Fri 09:42 - SS2: Breen
"Pretty decent. Trying not to make any mistakes. Neat and tidy, One small mistake but otherwise okay. We have two hard and two soft tyres. Making a choice here is like flipping a coin - we just don't know what the weather will do."

Fri 09:41 - SS2: Evans
Slowest through so far, 5.3sec off Sordo's leading pace. "A bit of understeer in the junctions. The road is getting dirtier for sure but Sordo's time is good so I can't blame it on that."

Fri 09:38 - SS2: Sordo
Quickest so far. Light front wing damage. "Quite good. The balance in the car was good. I tried to do my best. It will be difficult today, the weather looks complicated."

Fri 09:37 - SS2: Latvala
His Toyota sporting front wing damage. "We went slightly wide into a steel rod on the side, it's broken the front right wing a bit. Everything else okay."

Fri 09:34 - SS2: Tanak
"Difficult to judge the brakes in a few junctions."

Fri 09:33 - SS2: Ogier
3.3sec slower than Neuville. "Not so good. We had a spin, not the best start of the rally, we lose maybe five seconds going into a field and back on."

Fri 09:31 - SS2: Neuville
First to complete in 5m13.9s. How was that? "Okay. Three hard tyres and one soft on the car. A different package to what Seb has. I think this was a good choice."

Fri 09:28 - SS2: Ogier
WRC TV crew reports Seb off into a field and back on again at 1km.

Fri 09:27 - One of three
Drivers will tackle this stage three times today, as SS2, SS5 and SS8.

Fri 09:24 - SS2: LIVE!
Neuville is in stage.

Fri 09:17 - Weather update
Light rain falling at the start of SS2

Fri 09:16 - WRC Live
Our radio service is LIVE with Becs Williams in the studio and Emyr Penlan and George Donaldson reporting from the stage ends. You'll find a link the LIVE CENTRE on the homepage.

Fri 09:16 - Start intervals
World Rally Car drivers will tackle today's stages at two-minute intervals, the rest of the field at one-minute intervals.

Fri 09:15 - Friday running order
Championship order today, which typically means Sébastien Ogier first. Not today though. Thierry Neuville heads the field of 13 latest spec World Rally Cars. Here's how they will line up: 1.Neuville, 2.Ogier, 3.Tänak, 4.Latvala, 5.Sordo, 6.Evans, 7.Breen, 8.Paddon, 9.Hänninen, 10.Lappi, 11.Meeke, 12.Mikkelsen, 13.Kremer.

Fri 09:09 - Time reminder
All times quoted here are local. And in Germany that's (UTC +2hrs)

Fri 09:08 - Weather
A cloudy start, but so far the forecast heavy rain hasn't materialised. There has been some rain but very little. SS2 looks largely dry in the open areas but is likely to be wet under the trees. Rain showers are forecast for later today. The current temperature is 19˚C.

Fri 09:07 - Stage info: SS2
Wadern-Weiskirchen SSS 1, 9.27km. New for 2017, Wadern-Weiskirchen weaves through open fields, with plenty of opportunities for corner cutting. The roads are narrow and it is littered with junctions, but the sections linking them are very quick. It’s a lapping stage and crews tackle the same roads twice before peeling off the ‘circuit’ to the finish. If it’s wet, the junctions will be very muddy.

Fri 09:02 - First stage: 0823hrs
That's when Friday's opening stage, the 9km Wadern-Weiskirchen Super Special, gets underway. Crews are heading there now from the early morning 15 min service halt in Bostalsee. Stage notes coming up.

Fri 09:01 - Friday's itinerary
Features the hairpin-strewn vineyards above the Mosel river. A double pass of the familiar Mittelmosel and Grafschaft stages are sandwiched by three runs of a new circuit test at Wadern-Weiskirchen. The seven stages cover 108.51km.

Fri 09:01 - Coming up today
After Thursday's Super Special, things are about to get serious at ADAC Rallye Deutschland with a full day of competitive action

Fri 09:01 - Good morning
Welcome back to our live text coverage of ADAC Rallye Deutschland, bringing all the stage action to wrc.com and the WRC App

Thu 20:28 - We will return
On Friday to bring you coverage of the rally's first full day. Coming up: seven stages and 108km of flat out competition. We'll be here ready for the first stage at 0923hrs. Bye for now.

Thu 20:25 - Leaders through
And that's where we'll leave our live text coverage from Germany tonight

Thu 20:24 - Germany WRC2 after SS1
1.Kopecky 2m05.9s, 2.Bonato +5.2s, 3.Tidemand +5.3s, 4.Camilli +6.0s, 5.Ten Brinki +7.6s

Thu 20:20 - Meeke update
Citroen say he will return tomorrow with Rally2. Tonight's retirement will cost him a 10min penalty.

Thu 20:17 - Germany after SS1
1.Kopecky 2m05.9s, 2.Tanak +0.3s, 3.Breen +1.3s, 4.Mikkelsen +1.9s, 5.Ogier +1.9s. Meeke retires

Thu 20:13 - SS1: WRC 2 Kopecky
A giant-killing run from the Czech driver who sets a new outright fastest time in his R5-spec Skoda Fabia!

Thu 20:11 - SS1: WRC T
Trophy competitors Raoux and Serderidis complete cleanly. Up next, the WRC 2 field resumes. No driver quotes from here on, but we will bring you the stage and overall results.

Thu 20:04 - SS1: Neuville
Eighth-fastest, 2.4sec slower than current stage winner Tanak. "I had no good feeling in the stage after what I saw with Meeke. I took it quite steady. It's my first time starting a rally leading the championship. I thought we did quite well."

Thu 20:02 - SS1: Ogier
The world champ completes fourth fastest so far. "The real fight starts tomorrow but tonight we've seen that it can be tricky. You can't win the rally tonight but you can lose it."

Thu 20:00 - SS1: Tanak
Quickest so far. "If I have a good feeling in the car I will enjoy it and I'm sure the times will come. I expect some very difficult conditions this weekend. Let's see."

Thu 19:59 - SS1: Latvala
Third fastest. "What happened to Kris was really unfortunate. This sort of city stage is good, but why did they use the concrete barriers and not plastic? That's not the way to do it. For me not such a bad stage."

Thu 19:57 - SS1: Sordo
Dani's 150th WRC rally gets off to a hairy start when he slides wide and clouts his left rear wheel into a concrete barrier. He completes with about a third of the rim missing. "I know what I can touch," he jokes.

Thu 19:54 - SS1: Evans
Third quickest in the DMACK-shod Fiesta, 1.1sec off Breen's time. "We went as hard as we could. We have a new hard tyre here, which is unknown territory. Lets see what we can do with it."

Thu 19:51 - SS1: Breen
Quickest so far, six-tenths up on Mikkelsen to complete a Citroen 1-2. "I'm gutted for Paul and Kris. It's so easy to make a mistake in here. I touched a barrier on the first corner. It's going to be a long weekend. We'll go a hard as we can."

Thu 19:49 - SS1: Paddon
Second quickest. "The hairpins are very tight. I touched a bale on the inside but no worries. It's tricky in these wider cars."

Thu 19:48 - SS1: Hanninen
Same time as Lappi - joint second quickest so far. "Let's see where our times are tomorrow."

Thu 19:45 - SS1: Lappi
Joint second quickest so far. Can he repeat his Finland winning performance here? "Now way. No chance. I need more experience on Tarmac and of this car. I'm just not confident enough to push. I need to try to be clever."

Thu 19:41 - SS1: LIVE
Again. A bit of furious hand clapping in the Toyota and Lappi is underway!

Thu 19:37 - SS1: Lappi
Esapekka will be next in stage. He's putting on his helmet, so we should be underway again shortly.

Thu 19:35 - SS1: Meeke update
Kris and co-driver Paul are still at the scene, watching as the stricken C3 is lifted onto the truck.

Thu 19:29 - SS1: Meeke out
That's it. He's parked the C3. Stage stopped and the ADAC tow truck is on its way in. Disaster.

Thu 19:28 - SS1: Meeke update
The right-hand front steering seems to be broken. He can't get the C3 around the tight stage. He has stopped.

Thu 19:26 - SS1: Meeke
In trouble here. Negotiating a corner he clips the end of a concrete barrier with his front wheel. The impact was at fairly slow speed, but the wheel was open and it's a big clunk.

Thu 19:26 - SS1: Mikkelsen
Back in the Citroen squad after missing the previous round in Finland. It's a clean start, quickest so far. "I hope we can have a good result. The car feels really nice on Tarmac, really enjoyable. I hope for nicer weather than the rain that is forecast."

Thu 19:21 - SS1: Kremer
Kremer is our first world rally car runner, but he's not quickest. He completes third fastest so far, 3.7sec off Tidemand's leading pace. "It feels really great to be back in a WRC car but I have to say my feeling for the car is not so easy. Tomorrow we will start the race."

Thu 19:19 - SS1: WRC 2 Tidemand
A super quick run from the championship leader, 3.1sec up on Suninen. He could clinch the title this weekend. Is that on his mind? "I don't think about it. I just try to stay concentrated. The conditions can be difficult. I'm happy to be here."

Thu 19:15 - SS1: WRC 2 Suninen
Back in the R5 spec Fiesta after his recent impressive appearances in the World Rally Car. "A lot of challenges here - quite different from Finland!" He completes nine-tenths quicker than Griebel.

Thu 19:12 - SS1: WRC 2 Griebel
He completes in a benchmark time of 2m15.2. "I'm really happy to be able to open this stage. So many people here. I think my soft tyres were done after one and a half laps."

Thu 19:10 - SS1: We're off!
Griebel's Skoda blasts away from the line.

Thu 18:54 - WRC Live
Our radio service is LIVE with Becs Williams in the studio and Emyr Penlan and George Donaldson reporting from the stage ends. You'll find a link the LIVE CENTRE on the homepage.

Thu 18:52 - SS1 running order
Local WRC 2 driver Marijan Griebel will be first on stage at 1908hrs, followed by category front-runners Teemu Suninen and Pontus Tidemand. Germany's Armin Kremer is next - and first of the 2017-spec World Rally Car drivers that follow. Here's how the WRC drivers will line up: 1.Kremer, 2.Mikkelsen, 3.Meeke, 4.Lappi, 5.Hänninen, 6.Paddon, 7.Breen, 8.Evans, 9.Sordo, 10.Latvala, 11.Tanak, 12.Ogier, 13.Neuville.

Thu 18:51 - Weather
Warm, cloudy and humid in Saarbrücken right now. Rain showers are forecast later tonight. The current temperature is 21˚C.

Thu 18:51 - Time reminder
All times quoted here are local. And in Germany that's (UTC +2hrs)

Thu 18:50 - Watch SS1 LIVE
WRC users can watch tonight's Saarbrücken stage live via our streaming service. The coverage starts at 1900hrs. Head to plus.wrc.com to find out more.

Thu 18:50 - Tell me more
Okay. The action begins in the heart of Saarbrücken, capital and largest city of the state of Saarland. Immediately after the opening ceremony, crews will tackle a 2.05km street circuit. Two loops of roads which cross the River Saar via the Wilhelm-Heinrich Bridge and use the slip road system above the city motorway should provide a spectacular start to the rally.

Thu 18:50 - Coming up
Thursday is Super Special day at ADAC Rallye Deutschland and tonight we have a brand new curtain raiser to get the event underway

Thu 18:49 - We're live
At rally central, next to the Bostalsee reservoir in Germany's northern Saarland region. Our mission? To tap out the stage news LIVE to wrc.com and the WRC App

Thu 18:49 - Guten abend texters
And welcome to our coverage of WRC round 10 - ADAC Rallye Deutschland

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Inscritos

Coche № Piloto/Copiloto Equipo/Coche Puntuabilidad Grupo Classe Prioridad FIA
1 FRAS. OGIER
FRAJ. INGRASSIA
M-Sport World Rally Team
Ford Fiesta WRC
M RC1 1
2 ESTO. TÄNAK
ESTM. JÄRVEOJA
M-Sport World Rally Team
Ford Fiesta WRC
M RC1 1
3 GBRE. EVANS
GBRD. BARRITT
M-Sport World Rally Team
Ford Fiesta WRC
M RC1 1
4 NZLH. PADDON
GBRS. MARSHALL
Hyundai Motorsport
Hyundai I20 Coupe WRC
M RC1 1
5 BELT. NEUVILLE
BELN. GILSOUL
Hyundai Motorsport
Hyundai I20 Coupe WRC
M RC1 1
6 ESPD. SORDO
ESPM. MARTI
Hyundai Motorsport
Hyundai I20 Coupe WRC
M RC1 1
7 GBRK. MEEKE
IRLP. NAGLE
Citroën Total Abu Dhabi WRT
Citroën C3 WRC
M RC1 1
8 IRLC. BREEN
GBRS. MARTIN
Citroën Total Abu Dhabi WRT
Citroën C3 WRC
M RC1 1
9 NORA. MIKKELSEN
NORA. JAEGER
Citroën Total Abu Dhabi WRT
Citroën C3 WRC
M RC1 1
10 FINJ. LATVALA
FINM. ANTTILA
Toyota Gazoo Racing WRT
Toyota Yaris WRC
M RC1 1
11 FINJ. HÄNNINEN
FINK. LINDSTRÖM
Toyota Gazoo Racing WRT
Toyota Yaris WRC
M RC1 1
12 FINE. LAPPI
FINJ. FERM
Toyota Gazoo Racing WRT
Toyota Yaris WRC
M RC1 1
14 DEUA. KREMER
DEUP. WINKLHOFER
M-Sport World Rally Team
Ford Fiesta WRC
RC1 1
22 FRAJ. RAOUX
FRAI. GALMICHE
Jean-Michel Raoux
Citroën DS3 WRC
WRCT RC1 1
23 GRCJ. SERDERIDIS
BELF. MICLOTTE
Jourdan Serderidis
Citroën DS3 WRC
WRCT RC1 1
31 SWEP. TIDEMAND
SWEJ. ANDERSSON
Škoda Motorsport
Škoda Fabia R5
WRC2 RC2 2
32 FINT. SUNINEN
FINM. MARKKULA
M-Sport World Rally Team
Ford Fiesta R5
WRC2 RC2 2
33 FRAE. CAMILLI
FRAB. VEILLAS
M-Sport World Rally Team
Ford Fiesta R5
WRC2 RC2 2
34 CZEJ. KOPECKY
CZEP. DRESLER
Škoda Motorsport
Škoda Fabia R5
WRC2 RC2 2
35 NORM. OSTBERG
SWEE. AXELSSON
Adapta As Wrt
Ford Fiesta R5
WRC2 RC2 2
36 MEXB. GUERRA
ESPD. CUÉ
Motorsport Italia Srl
Škoda Fabia R5
WRC2 RC2 2
37 ITAS. TEMPESTINI
ITAG. BERNACCHINI
Gekon Racing
Citroën DS3 R5
WRC2 RC2 2
38 FRAY. ROSSEL
FRAB. FULCRAND
Yohan Rossel
Citroën DS3 R5
WRC2 RC2 2
39 FRAQ. GILBERT
BELR. JAMOUL
Quentin Gilbert
Škoda Fabia R5
WRC2 RC2 2
40 GBRG. GREENSMITH
GBRC. PARRY
Gus Greensmith
Ford Fiesta R5
WRC2 RC2 2
41 DEUM. GRIEBEL
DEUS. KOPCZYK
BRR Baumschlager Rallye & Racing Team
Škoda Fabia R5
WRC2 RC2 2
42 FRAP. LOUBET
FRAV. LANDAIS
Pierre-Louis Loubet
Ford Fiesta R5
WRC2 RC2 2
43 POLL. PIENIAZEK
POLP. MAZUR
TRT- Peugeot WRT
Peugeot 208 T16
WRC2 RC2 2
44 SWEE. BERGKVIST
NORO. FLOENE
Emil Bergkvist
Citroën DS3 R5
WRC2 RC2 2
45 FRAY. BONATO
FRAB. BOULLOUD
Yoann Bonato
Citroën DS3 R5
WRC2 RC2 2
46 ITAF. ANDOLFI
ITAM. FENOLI
Aci Team Italia
Hyundai I20 R5
WRC2 RC2 2
47 NLDB. TEN BRINKE
BELD. THIERIE
Adapta AS World Rally Team
Škoda Fabia R5
WRC2 RC2 2
48 GBRJ. ARMSTRONG
IRLN. O'SULLIVAN
Drive DMACK Team
Ford Fiesta R5
WRC2 RC2 2
49 NLDE. SCHILT
NLDL. BAKKER
Styllex Motorsport
Škoda Fabia R5
WRC2 RC2 2
61 FRAR. ASTIER
FRAF. VAUCLARE
Raphaël Astier
Peugeot 208 R2
WRC3 RC4 3
62 ITAE. BRAZZOLI
ITAM. BARONE
Enrico Brazzoli
Peugeot 208 R2
WRC3 RC4 3
63 ESPN. SOLANS BALDO
ESPM. IBAÑEZ SOTOS
Nil Solans Baldo
Ford Fiesta R2
WRC3-J RC4 3
64 FRAN. CIAMIN
FRAT. DE LA HAYE
Nicolas Ciamin
Ford Fiesta R2
WRC3-J RC4 3
65 FRAT. FOLB
FRAC. GUIEU
Terry Folb
Ford Fiesta R2
WRC3-J RC4 3
66 DEUJ. TANNERT
AUTJ. HEIGL
ADAC Sachsen e.V.
Ford Fiesta R2
WRC3-J RC4 3
67 USAD. VAN WAY
GBRD. ROBERTS
Dillon Van Way
Ford Fiesta R2
WRC3-J RC4 3
68 BOLS. CAREAGA
ESPR. SANJUÁN
Sebastian Careaga
Ford Fiesta R2
WRC3-J RC4 3
71 DEUF. KREIM
DEUF. CHRISTIAN
Škoda Auto Deutschland
Škoda Fabia R5
RC2
72 KORC. LIM
BELM. WYDAEGHE
Hyundai Motorsport N
Hyundai Ngi20 R5
RC2
73 BELA. FUMAL
BELM. LOUETTE
Armand Fumal
Citroën DS3 R5
RC2
74 CZEP. RUJBR
CZEV. ŘÍMALOVÁ
Patrik Rujbr
Škoda Fabia R5
RC2
75 DEUH. GASSNER
DEUK. THANNHÄUSER
Hermann Gassner
Mitsubishi Evo X
RC2
76 FINJ. HUTTUNEN
FINA. LINNAKETO
ADAC Opel Rallye Junior Team
Opel Adam R2
RC4
77 NLDT. VAN DEER MAREL
AUSR. VAN DER MAREL
Timo Van Der Marel
Opel Adam R2
RC4
78 DEUH. GASSNER JR.
DEUJ. KRAMER
Hermann Gassner Jr.
Toyota Gt86 R3
RC3
79 NLDH. VOSSEN
NLDS. VAN BARSCHOT
Henk Vossen
Ford Fiesta R5
RC2
80 IRLE. BOLAND
IRLM. J
Eamonn Boland
Ford Fiesta R5
RC2
81 BELA. MOLLE
BELR. HERMAN
Amaury Molle
Peugeot 208 R2
RC4
82 DEUS. SCHWINN
DEUF. GRIEBEL
ADAC Mittelrhein e.V.
Mitsubishi Evo X
RC2
83 DEUM. DR. KLEIN
DEUH. GRIMBERG
Dr. Marius Klein
Mitsubishi Evo X
RC2
84 DEUR. SCHWEDT
DEUH. DR. WICHURA
ADAC Saarland e.V.
Opel Adam R2
RC4
85 AUTR. STENGG
DEUT. BRAUN
Roland Wilhelm Stengg
Opel Adam R2
RC4
86 FINT. LARIO
FINT. HÄMÄLÄINEN
Taisko Lario
Peugeot 208 R2
RC4
87 FRAY. WENDLING
FRAL. DI NISI
Yannick Wendling
Peugeot 208 R2
RC4
88 DEUU. GROPP
DEUH. OSTLENDER
MSC Schiffweiler
Citroën DS3 R3T
RC3
89 GBRT. WILLIAMS
GBRP. HALL
Tom Williams
Ford Fiesta R2
RC4
90 ITAT. MOLINARO
NORV. ENGAN
Tamara Molinaro
Opel Adam R2
RC4
91 DEUF. LAUER
DEUM. BRACK
Frank Lauer
Citroën DS3 R3T
RC3
92 DEUM. ECKER
DEUM. NEUBRECH
Potzberg Motorsport Team e.v.
Honda Civic Type R
RC3
93 DEUJ. WECKER
DEUS. CLEMENS
Josef Wecker
Renault Clio R3T
RC3
94 DEUW. EHLHARDT
DEUH. MICHEL
Potzberg Motorsport Team e.V.
Opel Astra CDTi
RC2
95 DEUJ. HOHLHEIMER
ITAS. SANESI
Jürgen Hohlheimer
Renault Twingo RS
RC4
96 DEUC. BÄCHLE
DEUI. BRACK
ADAC Saarland e.V.
Citroën DS3 R1
RC5