Neste Rally Finland

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Fri 11:33 - Stage info: SS7
Jukojärvi 2, 21.31km. Jukojärvi features many different types of roads that each demand their own driving rhythm. Drivers that can quickly adjust from driving flat-out to threading their cars between rocks and trees will do well here. The opening 4.2km are blisteringly fast, before the stage turns on to a smaller road and gets more technical. It’s the classic Jukojärvi stage to the 13.7km point, and a recent addition from then on - run for the first time in this direction.

Fri 11:32 - Standby for SS7
The last stage of the morning loop. Neuville is scheduled to start at 1142hrs. Stage notes coming up.

Fri 11:31 - Finland WRC 2 after SS6
1.Huttunen 33m15.5s, 2.Greensmith +6.2s, 3.Loubet +13.8s, 4.Arai +22.7s, 5.Gilbert +24.9s

Fri 11:13 - Finland after SS6
F1.Latvala 30m59.7s, 2.Lappi +2.2s, 3.Breen +9.0s, 4.Suninen +9.3s, 5.Østberg +10.5s

Fri 11:11 - SS6: Suninen
Seventh quickest on this stage keeps him fourth in the standings, three tenths behind Breen. Top five coming up

Fri 11:07 - SS6: Lappi
The Finn lowers the stage time benchmark. He's quickest so far, 1.8sec up on Tanak. Latvala still heads the overall standings, but Lappi is now just 2.2sec behind.

Fri 11:01 - SS6: Breen
Third quickest so far. Hanninen, Evans and Sordo also through safely.

Fri 10:55 - SS6: Tanak
Quickest so far, 1.2sec faster than Latvala. No driver quotes for now. We will bring you them when we can establish a connection.

Fri 10:50 - SS6: Latvala
Our rally leader completes 3.2sec quicker than Neuville.

Fri 10:49 - SS6: Neuville
He's through in 5m55.9s

Fri 10:42 - SS6: LIVE
We cross straight over to the next stage - the repeat of Urria - Neuville is underway.

Fri 10:40 - Finland after SS5:
1.Latvala 25m07.0s, 2.Lappi +5.2s, 3.Breen +8.7s, 4.Suninen +8.9s, 5.Ostberg +11.3s

Fri 10:38 - SS5: Suninen
Fifth quickest here and he remains fourth in the standings. "A few cuts in here, but you have to do that to be fast. At the moment I can be happy, although I'm still disappointed about last night's city stage." Suninen is almost as self critical as Lappi.

Fri 10:33 - SS5: Ostberg
Third quickest so far and there is a big smile on Mads' face.

Fri 10:33 - SS5: Lappi
Fastest so far and a psychology lesson from Esapekka. "It was quite okay but I made two mistakes. Still, the time is okay." Why so critical after such as great start? "There's a long way still to do. I must beat myself up to stay concentrated."

Fri 10:30 - SS5: Meeke
"Just when you want to give a bit of energy, it [the car] doesn't give it back. This stage had a different nature. I'm still trying to figure things out."

Fri 10:27 - SS5: Hanninen
"Better grip than the first one."

Fri 10:26 - Paddon update
After his previous stage exit: "It’s a fine line in Finland, ran bit wide and unfortunately hit a rock. Broken suspension = out for day, big shame when all going well."

Fri 10:25 - SS5: Breen
Second quickest so far, but still uncomfortable in the C3. "I didn't have a good feeling in there. There is something strange with the front of the car."

Fri 10:21 - SS5: Evans
"It was dry but quite loose in places. A few surprises with the grip."

Fri 10:19 - SS5: Sordo
The grip is much better than the first pass earlier today.

Fri 10:18 - SS5: Tanak
A smoother run than on SS4 and Ott completes eight-tenths slower than Latvala. "We had one wiper stuck in the middle of the windscreen. I struggled, got distracted and missed a junction."

Fri 10:16 - SS5: Latvala
3.4sec quicker than Neuville. "It was okay. The stage was in good condition, it's held up well and I was pleased to see that. The car feels good. Everything is good for the moment. Hey, a long way to go."

Fri 10:14 - SS5: Neuville
He completes in 3m40.0s. "It's okay but I'm not so happy with the car. It's moving too much up and down, it's not so nice. We try to improve. The earlier noise is okay now - just the sump guard touching."

Fri 10:02 - Finland WRC 2 after SS4
1.Huttunen 23m05.5s, 2.Greensmith +3.4s, 3.Loubet +8.0s, 4.Arai +15.9s, 5.Gilbert +17.2s. Nordgren time loss

Fri 09:58 - SS4: WRC 2 Nordgren
More problems for the Future Star, who reported a front-left issue after SS3. He drops 2m22s.

Fri 09:52 - Stage info: SS5
Halinen 2, 7.65km. First run in 2016, this is a tricky stage on narrow roads sometimes barely wider than the cars. Grass verges encourage cutting, but stones are hidden in almost every bend. The first section contains many crests and corners but with few actual jumps. That changes at 5km where a long straight ends with a massive jump. The stage has been extended by a few hundred metres this last year and that has added a couple of extra crests into the mix.

Fri 09:52 - Standby for SS5
WRC live tracking shows cars gathering at the pre-start area. New stage opener Neuville is due to get the green light at 1008hrs. Stage notes coming up.

Fri 09:47 - Ogier update
Picture of the right-rear damage to Ogier's car.

Fri 09:38 - Ogier update
News from M-Sport: 'Damaged suspension after a heavy landing towards the end of SS4. He'll go no further today but we aim for Rally 2'

Fri 09:33 - Ogier update
Crew okay. Ogier giving an interview to WRC TV at the scene. More news shortly.

Fri 09:27 - SS4: Al Qassimi
"Spin and a stall in a junction"

Fri 09:27 - Finland after SS4
1.Latvala 21m30.4s, 2.Lappi +5.3s, 3.Breen +8.1s, 4.Suninen +8.3s, 5.Ostberg +10.9s. Ogier / Paddon stop. Tanak damage

Fri 09:24 - SS4: Suninen
"A bit careful because many drivers had problems and broke their cars here. I drove carefully."

Fri 09:22 - SS4: Ostberg
"It was okay. I struggled to find the rhythm. Not happy with my driving on the wide road."

Fri 09:20 - SS4: Lappi
Quickest so far, 1.3sec up on Latvala, and it looks like a stage win for Esapekka.

Fri 09:18 - SS4: Meeke
Fourth quickest. "It felt really uncomfortable with the car in there - on the wide wide especially. I can't get the feeling I had last year."

Fri 09:16 - SS4: Hanninen
Second quickest to Latvala. "No big dramas"

Fri 09:15 - SS4: Breen
A decent time but there's a problem with the Irishman's C3. "We had a big landing over a jump and something - I don't know what - is wrong with the front. I hope to God it's not the suspension."

Fri 09:10 - SS4: Evans
"Not massively confident. The grip level is changing a lot. It's difficult to commit with so much understeer."

Fri 09:09 - SS4: Paddon update
Hyundai confirm right-rear damage. He's out for the day.

Fri 09:08 - SS4: Tanak
He completes with a broken right-rear wheel and wrecked tyre. He's lost 1m34sec - and the rally lead - to Latvala. "It happened in the first corner - a bit wide onto rocks. We lost the drive shaft and then a puncture."

Fri 09:05 - SS4: Ogier update
WRC TV crew reports a wheel missing. Car in the trees.

Fri 09:04 - SS4: Latvala
9.1sec quicker than Neuville. "The most difficult stage of the morning."

Fri 09:03 - SS4: Neuville
He's through but has concerns about noises from his car.

Fri 09:02 - SS4: Paddon
WRC Live tracking shows his Hyundai stopped at 1.9km

Fri 09:00 - SS4: Ogier
WRC Live tracking shows his Fiesta stopped at the 20.3km point!

Fri 08:59 - SS4: Tanak
Has lost 25.0sec to his rivals in the opening split!

Fri 08:58 - SS4: Splits watch
Neuville 2.2sec slower than Ogier at 13.2km

Fri 08:41 - Stage info: SS4
Jukojärvi 1, 21.31km. Jukojärvi features many different types of roads that each demand their own driving rhythm. Drivers that can quickly adjust from driving flat-out to threading their cars between rocks and trees will do well here. The opening 4.2km are blisteringly fast, before the stage turns on to a smaller road and gets more technical. It’s the classic Jukojärvi stage to the 13.7km point, and a recent addition from then on - run for the first time in this direction.

Fri 08:40 - Standby for SS4
Ogier is scheduled to start at 0848hrs. Stage notes coming up.

Fri 08:39 - SS3: WRC 2 Katsuta
Didn't start the stage. More news when we get it.

Fri 08:38 - Finland WRC 2 after SS3
1.Huttunen 12m14.8s, 2.Loubet +0.3s, 3.Nordgren +2.4s, 4.Greensmith +2.5s, 5.Arai +5.4s

Fri 08:33 - SS3: WRC 2 Cave
"Hard to pick a good line and settle into the right rhythm."

Fri 08:32 - SS3: WRC 2 Huttunen
Quickest so far and he takes the category lead. "I don't like this car at the moment - oversteering."

Fri 08:31 - SS3: WRC 2 Nordgren
"We have some problems with the front-left. We must go and check."

Fri 08:28 - SS3: WRC 2 Loubet
Moves ahead of Greensmith in the standings. "We did a really good stage. Clean, no mistakes. We continue like this."

Fri 08:27 - SS3: WRC 2 Greensmith
The category leader after the previous stage. "All fine but my pace notes are way too slow. Far too cautious. Once we take the slower bits out of the notes we'll be fine."

Fri 08:26 - SS3: WRC 2 Gilbert
"Okay. We check the pace notes. We slide a lot, maybe the set-up is too hard."

Fri 08:23 - SS3: WRC 2 Tempestini
"Not a good morning. Not a good feeling with the set-up. Too stiff I think. We'll take a look in service."

Fri 08:22 - Finland after SS3
1.Tanak 11m22.5s, 2.Latvala +0.3s, 3.Paddon +1.1s, 4.Breen +1.8s, 5.Suninen +3.5s

Fri 08:20 - SS3: Al Qassimi
"I don't have the confidence to push."

Fri 08:17 - SS3: Suninen
Third quickest. "I'm having fun with this extremely quick car on these roads. I hope I can learn a lot more this week."

Fri 08:15 - SS3: Ostberg
"It's a beautiful stage. I've missed it. Nice that it's back. I was too careful over the jump. Apologies to all the spectators."

Fri 08:13 - SS3: Lappi
Second quickest. "Not too cautious this time. We pushed more and it feels comfortable. No mistakes and still lot of places to improve."

Fri 08:12 - SS3: Meeke
5.3sec off the pace. "I last drove this stage seven or eight years ago so I have very little knowledge of it. You really need to get your speed right. I knew halfway through I didn't have the confidence."

Fri 08:09 - SS3: Hanninen
"We lost a bit of time in here, too careful at the start. We need to focus on the next stage"

Fri 08:06 - SS3: Breen
"Mediocre. In some places I'm too hesitant."

Fri 08:06 - SS3: Paddon
Six-tenths slower than Latvala. "Quite a big moment in there, after a jump we used to take flat-out. We had a big jump and at the next corner we almost went off into the trees. That put me off for the rest of the stage. A good way to wake up!"

Fri 08:02 - SS3: Evans
"Struggling quite a lot with understeer."

Fri 08:01 - SS3: Sordo
9.2sec off the pace here. "Difficult to judge the speed in there."

Fri 07:59 - SS3: Tanak
Second quickest so far in M-Sport's second Fiesta. "No problems for me, the engine is running fine. Not very happy with the pace notes but that's okay, we can change them."

Fri 07:57 - SS3: Latvala
Quickest so far. "The grip was better here. Some sections with good grip and others that are very slippery."

Fri 07:56 - SS3: Neuville
Slower than Ogier again - by 1.6sec despite Ogier's problems. "I have the same feeling, not feeling much power. The ground is much more loose, taking power away. A better stage [than before] but I don't need to fight for the win here, It's the right pace for now."

Fri 07:53 - SS3: Ogier
He completes in 6m01.3s but looks concerned. "Not so good, we have some engine problem, the throttle is not responding. Losing some time."

Fri 07:47 - Stage info: SS3
Urria 1, 12.75km. Last used in 2012, Urria is a flat-out Finnish classic loved by local drivers. Former Ford pilot Mikko Hirvonen still rates it as his favourite stage, even though he rolled his Ford Focus into a ball here in 2010. Similar in character to the legendary Ouninpohja, but not quite as technical, the stage has a mix of small roads that can become rutted on the second pass, and a wider ‘big road’ section full of high-speed corners, jumps and crests.

Fri 07:46 - SS2: Gorban
Cleanly through. His MINI working well after a crash at yesterday's shakedown.

Fri 07:45 - Next stage: 0745hrs
That's Ogier's start time for SS3 Urria - just 14km away from the end of Halinen. Stage notes coming up.

Fri 07:44 - SS2: Al Qassimi
"Too much sideways. So difficult to control the car - it's so tail happy."

Fri 07:42 - SS2: Suninen
Quickest! The Finnish youngster faster than Meeke by one-tenth. That's the second stage win of his career on only his second event in a World Rally Car. "That's good but still the race is really tight. I need to improve my driving. I think I can improve." Impressive stuff.

Fri 07:40 - SS2: Ostberg
Ninth quickest. "Quite okay. Yeah, a tricky first stage. Difficult to judge the grip. I'm pleased with where I am."

Fri 07:38 - SS2: Lappi
Tenth quickest, 3.3sec off the pace. "I was on the safe side all the time. The guys ahead are cutting like hell. I know it now for the next one."

Fri 07:37 - SS2: Meeke
Quickest through so far. "Yeah, by just a few tenths. On this rally it will be tenths separating everyone. It's going to be a long day - we'll have to be on it. No road cleaning, humid all the way through. Normal."

Fri 07:34 - SS2: Hanninen
Quick on the splits, but he completes sixth fastest. "It's okay, but tricky and slippery. I'm just finding the rhythm."

Fri 07:32 - SS2: Breen
Fourth quickest, six-tenths off Paddon's time, but he wanted more "On this rally you just have to be so committed. Lift off the throttle at all and you pay for it. Okay, [the time is] in the ball park but the level is so high here."

Fri 07:30 - SS2: Paddon
Quickest by one-tenth from Latvala. "A good way to wake up. Nice and fast. A bit of humidity on the road made it a bit slippery. I enjoyed it. No risks, just trying to keep it nice and smooth."

Fri 07:27 - SS2: Evans
The Welshman slots fourth quickest of the six cars through. "Definitely a wake up call. A great stage, a bit slippery in places but otherwise okay."

Fri 07:26 - SS2: Sordo
Slowest so far, 6.2sec off the pace. "I enjoyed it but I'm not fast enough. I lost a lot of time. Okay, it's only the first stage."

Fri 07:24 - SS2: Tanak
Five-tenths slower than Latvala. "A nice stage but surprisingly slippery - especially the beginning where there was quite a lot of loose. Not so bad."

Fri 07:22 - SS2: Latvala
Quickest so far by one-tenth. "Okay but surprisingly slippery. I was expecting better grip. It's down to the early morning dew I think."

Fri 07:20 - SS2: Neuville
Not the start he wanted - 4.8sec SLOWER than Ogier. The car looks okay. Anything wrong? "I don't know. Maybe I was not committed enough. We have to go faster. We can go faster." And Ogier's time? "That was a surprise."

Fri 07:18 - SS2: Ogier
First through in 3m40.2s, "Okay. The early morning conditions are okay. A little damp, and that's good. I'd have liked more but that's how it is."

Fri 07:12 - SS2: We're off!
Ogier's Fiesta blasts away from the line.

Fri 07:11 - Tyre choices
Confirmation from Michelin that all its drivers have five soft-compound tyres for the morning loop.

Fri 07:06 - Stage info: SS2
Halinen 1, 7.65km. First run in 2016, this is a tricky stage on narrow roads sometimes barely wider than the cars. Grass verges encourage cutting, but stones are hidden in almost every bend. The first section contains many crests and corners but with few actual jumps. That changes at 5km where a long straight ends with a massive jump. The stage has been extended by a few hundred metres this year and that has added a couple of extra crests into the mix.

Fri 07:06 - Start intervals
Drivers will tackles today's stages at two-minute intervals

Fri 07:05 - Standby for SS2
Friday's opener is scheduled to start at 0712hrs. Stage notes coming up.

Fri 07:05 - WRC Live
Our radio service is LIVE with Becs Williams just behind us in the studio and Emyr Penlan and Colin Clark reporting from the stage ends. You'll find a link the LIVE CENTRE on the homepage.

Fri 07:05 - Friday's running order
Championship order today, which puts Sébastien Ogier through first. Here's how the WRC drivers will line up: 1.Ogier, 2.Neuville, 3.Latvala, 4.Tänak, 5.Sordo, 6.Evans, 7.Paddon, 8.Breen, 9.Hänninen, 10.Meeke, 11.Lappi, 12.Østberg, 13.Suninen, 14.Al Qassimi

Fri 07:04 - Weather update
Lovely so far here in Jyvaskyla, but the forecast shows a change might be on the way later this afternoon. Currently a mix of blue sky and clouds with a temperature is 13˚C. Rain possible later.

Fri 07:03 - Time reminder
All times quoted here are local. And in Finland that's (UTC +3hrs)

Fri 07:01 - Coming up today
Drivers face a marathon of almost 16 hours at the wheel as the rally enters the forests for the first time. They will tackle 12 stages covering 145.71km

Fri 07:00 - We're in position
At the heart of the service park, to bring you all today's stage news LIVE on wrc.com and the WRC App

Fri 07:00 - Good morning
From Jyvaskyla, and welcome back to our live text coverage of Neste Rally Finland

Thu 21:33 - We will return
On Friday to bring you coverage of the first full day of competition. And it's going to be a marathon. We'll be here from 0700hrs (local) ready for the first of 12 stages, which gets underway at 0712hrs. Bye for now!

Thu 21:30 - Stage complete
With no major upsets, and that's where we'll leave our live text coverage from Finland tonight

Thu 21:29 - Finland WRC 2 after SS1
1.Scandola 1m51.7s, 2.Loubet +0.5s, 3.Gilbert +1.1s, 4.Greensmith +1.2s, 5.Andolfi +1.4s

Thu 21:26 - SS1: WRC 2 Scandola
Last driver through, the Italian bags the quickest WRC 2 time and the overnight category lead. Loubet is second, with Gilbert third.

Thu 21:15 - SS1: WRC 2 Loubet
The Frenchman is the pace-setter so far in WRC 2. Gilbert is second with Greensmith third.

Thu 21:03 - WRC 2 on stage
No more driver comments from this stage, but we will follow the times to bring you the overnight standings.

Thu 21:02 - Finland after SS1
1.Tanak 1m44.1s, 2.Neuville +1.1s, 3.Ogier +1.5s, 4.Breen +1.6s, 5.Latvala +2.2s.

Thu 20:57 - SS1: Ogier
The champ slots third quickest, 1.5sec slower than his team-mate Tanak and four-tenths off Neuville's pace. "Here in Finland it's all about pushing. The pressure in normal. I've been on holiday, I feel completely relaxed and I come here with a full battery and ready to push."

Thu 20:54 - SS1: Neuville
Second quickest so far, 1.2sec off Tanak's pace. "It's going to be a difficult event. The main thing is to enjoy it, stay in a close battle with Seb and finish ahead of him at the end."

Thu 20:51 - SS1: Latvala
Cleanly through but 2.2sec slower than Tanak. "A fantastic feeling to start the rally. This stage is nice but difficult. It wasn't great on the first corner but otherwise I'm happy with how the car felt. Now we can start the rally properly."

Thu 20:47 - SS1: Tanak
A terrific start for Ott who goes fastest so far, 1.6sec quicker than Breen. "This is the kind of event where you can smile! I have a good respect for these roads but when you have a good feeling it can be very enjoyable."

Thu 20:44 - SS1: Sordo
"It was okay. I will try and do my best this weekend."

Thu 20:43 - SS1: Evans
Fifth-quickest and trying to reset after missing his pre-event test when Ogier crashed the car he was due to use. "Okay, not the best preparations, but we have to forget that now and get on with driving the car."

Thu 20:39 - SS1: Paddon
Nine-tenths slower than Breen. "We've got to keep calm and keep our expectations in check. This weekend we're going to run our own rally, keep it natural. If the feeling's there, we want to be fighting up there for a podium."

Thu 20:36 - SS1: Breen
Quickest so far. That's a great start for Craig after a miserable run last time out in Poland. "It feels awesome to be here again. I remember last year saying it was like driving a PlayStation. Well, now I feel I have my PlayStation back again. The guys have worked wonders with the car. I can't wait until tomorrow! "

Thu 20:33 - SS1: Hanninen
His car looks straight after his Shakedown shunt. Quickest so far suggests it's running well too. Does he have much of a local advantage this weekend? "Not such a big advantage, no, but for sure we will try."

Thu 20:30 - SS1: Meeke
Last year's Finland winner goes quickest so far in 1m47.1s. "This is a difficult street stage where you don't want to make a mistake. For sure others will be faster, but it's more important not to lose time here."

Thu 20:27 - SS1: Lappi
That's the first stage clear for the Finnish rising star, but he has concerns about one of the chicanes. "I think somebody ahead had hit the tyres and moved them."

Thu 20:25 - SS1: Ostberg
Quickest so far, alongside new co-driver Torstein Eriksen. "I'm really looking forward to starting the stages tomorrow, but also Shakedown and even in here were fun. I'm really wound up! It's really enjoyable and I'm please to be able to experience it with a good friend and an excellent co-driver."

Thu 20:20 - SS1: Al Qassimi
The Citroen team patron back for his second WRC appearance of the year. His first was in Portugal in May. He's five seconds off Suninen's pace. "Always a special atmosphere here. It's unique. I'm happy to be here."

Thu 20:17 - SS1: Suninen
The 2014 Future Rally Star of Finland goes quickest so far in his 2017-spec Fiesta WRC. "A clean run but nothing else. Careful in many braking places but hopefully we didn't lose more than two or three seconds."

Thu 20:15 - SS1: WRC 2 Nordgren
Like Huttunen, a winner of the "Future Rally Star of Finland' award. "Only my third WRC rally but the feeling is awesome!" he says.

Thu 20:11 - SS1: WRC 2 Huttunen
He's through, 3.9sec slower than Camilli. What are his goals for the weekend ahead? "I'm hoping for a clean rally and we'll see what happens."

Thu 20:09 - SS1: Time to beat
Ford Fiesta R5 driver Eric Camilli is quickest so far. His time: 1m50.6s.

Thu 20:08 - SS1: We're off!
Huttunen's Skoda blasts away from the line.

Thu 20:06 - Stage info: SS1
Harju 1, 2.31km. Neste Rally Finland kicks off with the short Harju test near the centre of host town Jyväskylä. It returned to the itinerary in 2014 following a 16-year lay-off, and is used in virtually the same format as last year. It’s a mix of asphalt roads and gravel tracks, and drivers must take care at a fast and tricky downhill descent into a tight turn between trees.

Thu 20:05 - Remembering Timo
Flying Finn Timo Mäkinen was remembered earlier tonight when a selection of his cars were driven through the stage. We like this fan's personal tribute too.

Thu 20:03 - SS1: Start intervals
Two-minute intervals for tonight's stage.

Thu 20:02 - Tyre choices
Confirmation from Michelin that all its drivers have five soft-compound tyres except Meeke who is saving some weight by taking only four.

Thu 19:57 - Thursday's running order
A mixed order for tonight's stage. Local driver Sami Juusonen was first through, closely followed by the Junior WRC field. The World Rally Car runners will be led off by Teemu Suninen at 2014hrs. Here's how the WRC drivers will line up: 1.Suninen, 2.Al Qassimi, 3.Østberg, 4.Lappi, 5.Meeke, 6.Hänninen, 7.Breen, 8.Paddon, 9.Evans, 10.Sordo, 11.Tänak, 12.Latvala, 13.Neuville, 14.Ogier

Thu 19:49 - WRC Live
Our radio service is LIVE with Becs Williams and Emyr Penlan in the studio and Colin Clark reporting from the stage ends. You'll find a link the LIVE CENTRE on the homepage.

Thu 19:49 - Weather update
It's a lovely evening here in Jyvaskyla. Clear skies overhead, and with sunset not until 2215hrs there is still plenty of sunshine. The temperature is 19˚C.

Thu 19:45 - Thursday's itinerary
Just one stage tonight; the 2.31km city-centre based Harju, which serves as a urban warm up before the rally heads to the forests for the next few days.

Thu 19:45 - Welcome back
We're LIVE on wrc.com and the WRC App to bring you all the stage news from our vantage point here in the Jyvaskyla service park

Thu 19:31 - Watch SS1
WRC users can watch tonight's stage action LIVE. Head to plus.wrc.com to find out more.

Thu 18:41 - Live text schedule
We will start our coverage when the WRC 2 drivers take to the stage. First car for us will be the Skoda Fabia R5 of local rising star Jari Huttunen at 2008hrs local (UTC +3hrs).

Thu 18:40 - Coming up tonight
We will bring you live updates from Thursday's rally-opening Harju stage (SS1).

Thu 18:40 - Hello from Finland!
Good evening live texters and welcome to our coverage of Neste Rally Finland, round nine of the FIA World Rally Championship.

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№ de la voiture Pilote/Copilote Equipe/Voiture Eligibilité Groupe Classe Priorité 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 AREK. AL QASSIMI
AREC. PATTERSON
Citroën Total Abu Dhabi WRT
Citroën C3 WRC
M RC1 1
9 IRLC. BREEN
GBRS. MARTIN
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 NORM. ØSTBERG
NORT. ERIKSEN
M-Sport World Rally Team
Ford Fiesta WRC
RC1 1
15 FINT. SUNINEN
FINM. MARKKULA
M-Sport World Rally Team
Ford Fiesta WRC
RC1 1
21 UKRV. GORBAN
ESTS. LARENS
Eurolamp World Rally Team
Mini John Cooper Works WRC
WRCT RC1 1
31 NORO. VEIBY
NORS. SKJÆRMOEN
Printsport
Skoda Fabia R5
RC2
32 ROUS. TEMPESTINI
ITAG. BERNACCHINI
Gekon Racing
Citroën DS3 R5
WRC2 RC2 2
33 FRAP. LOUBET
FRAV. LANDAIS
Pierre-Louis Loubet
Ford Fiesta R5
WRC2 RC2 2
34 GBRF. GREENSMITH
GBRC. PARRY
Fergus Greensmith
Ford Fiesta R5
WRC2 RC2 2
35 JPNT. KATSUTA
FINM. SALMINEN
Tommi Mäkinen Racing
Ford Fiesta R5
WRC2 RC2 2
36 FRAQ. GILBERT
BELR. JAMOUL
Quentin Gilbert
Skoda Fabia R5
WRC2 RC2 2
37 JPNH. ARAI
AUSG. MACNEALL
Tommi Mäkinen Racing
Ford Fiesta R5
WRC2 RC2 2
38 ITAF. ANDOLFI
ITAM. FENOLI
ACI Team Italia
Hyundai i20 R5
WRC2 RC2 2
39 FINJ. NORDGREN
FINM. KORHONEN
TGS Worldwide
Skoda Fabia R5
WRC2 RC2 2
40 FINJ. HUTTUNEN
FINA. LINNAKETO
Printsport
Skoda Fabia R5
WRC2 RC2 2
41 GBRO. PRYCE
GBRD. FURNISS
Drive DMACK Team
Ford Fiesta R5
WRC2 RC2 2
42 GBRT. CAVE
GBRJ. MORGAN
Adapta AS World Rally Team
Hyundai i20 R5
WRC2 RC2 2
43 ITAU. SCANDOLA
ITAM. FERRARA
S.A. Motorsport Italia Srl
Skoda Fabia R5
WRC2 RC2 2
44 ESTR. JEETS
ESTK. SIKK
Team Tehase Auto
Skoda Fabia R5
WRC2 RC2 2
45 FINM. VATANEN
FINJ. RENUCCI
Max Vatanen
Ford Fiesta R5
RC2
61 ESPN. SOLANS
ESPM. IBAÑEZ SOTOS
Nil Solans
Ford Fiesta R2
WRC3-J RC4 3
62 FRAN. CIAMIN
FRAT. DE LA HAYE
Nicolas Ciamin
Ford Fiesta R2
WRC3-J RC4 3
63 FRAT. FOLB
FRAC. GUIEU
Terry Folb
Ford Fiesta R2
WRC3-J RC4 3
64 SWED. RÅDSTRÖM
SWEJ. JOHANSSON
Dennis Rådström
Ford Fiesta R2
WRC3-J RC4 3
65 USAD. VAN WAY
GBRD. ROBERTS
Dillon Van Way
Ford Fiesta R2
WRC3-J RC4 3
67 DEUJ. TANNERT
AUTJ. HEIGL
ADAC Sachsen E.V.
Ford Fiesta R2
WRC3-J RC4 3
69 FINE. LINDHOLM
FINT. TUOMINEN
Emil Lindholm
Ford Fiesta R2
WRC3-J RC4 3
71 FRAE. CAMILLI
FRAB. VEILLAS
M-Sport World Rally Team
Ford Fiesta R5
RC2
72 FINT. ASUNMAA
FINJ. HALTTUNEN
Hannu's Rally Team
Skoda Fabia R5
RC2
73 FINM. LEHESSAARI
FINR. HÄMÄLÄINEN
Hannu's Rally Team
Skoda Fabia R5
RC2
74 FINJ. KASI
FINH. ANIA
Jukka Kasi
Skoda Fabia R5
RC2
75 NLDK. BURGER
FINM. LUKKA
Kees Burger
Skoda Fabia R5
RC2
76 FINJ. KIHLMAN
FINT. IKONEN
Jari Kihlman
Hyundai i20 R5
RC2
77 FINJ. VIRTANEN
FINM. JUNTUNEN
Jouni Virtanen
Citroën DS3 R5
RC2
78 FINJ. METSÄLÄ
FINS. OHRA-AHO
Jukka Metsälä
Skoda Fabia R5
RC2
79 SWEL. STUGEMO
SWEK. LEXE
Lars Stugemo
Skoda Fabia R5
RC2
80 FRAP. CASADO
FRAL. ZURBACH
Philippe Casado
Peugeot 208 T16 R5
RC2
81 HUNZ. SZABÓ
HUNK. SZABÓ
Zoltán Szabó
Skoda Fabia R5
RC2
82 FINA. SAXBERG
FINP. LEPPÄLÄ
Ari Saxberg
Skoda Fabia R5
RC2
83 FINJ. KUIKKA
FINJ. MANNER
Jari Kuikka
Subaru Impreza WRX Sti
RC2
85 ESPA. VILLANUEVA
ESPO. SÁNCHEZ
Alexander Villanueva
Citroën DS3 R5
RC2
86 FINH. PIETARINEN
FINJ. LUMMAA
Henrik Pietarinen
Ford Fiesta R2
RC4
87 FINA. KIVIOJA
FINP. HAATAJA
Atte Kivioja
Peugeot 208 R2
RC4
88 FRAJ. FRANCE
FRAP. MAZARGUIL
Julien France
Citroën DS3 R3T
RC3
89 GBRT. WILLIAMS
GBRP. HALL
Tom Williams
Ford Fiesta R2
RC4
90 ITAU. ACCORNERO
ITAN. ARENA
Umberto Accornero
Peugeot 208 R2
RC4
91 FINK. HYTÖNEN
FINA. HERRANEN
Kari Hytönen
Ford Fiesta R2
RC4
92 FINR. KAISANLAHTI
FINA. SPARRE
Raimo Kaisanlahti
Ford Fiesta R2
RC4
93 ESPM. DIAZ-ABOITIZ
ESPD. SANJUAN DE EUSEBIO
Miguel Diaz-Aboitiz
Ford Fiesta R2
RC4
94 JPNS. WASHIO
JPNY. ISHIKAWA
Shunichi Washio
Toyota Vitz
RC5
95 FINS. JUUSONEN
FINJ. TALSO
Sami Juusonen
Suzuki Swift Sport RS
NAT2

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