Che Guevara Energy Drink Tour de Corse

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Sun 14:02 - Until then
Keep an eye on the news section for our end of leg reports and don’t forget WRC+ where you'll find stage footage, highlights shows and onboards. Bye for now!

Sun 14:01 - We will return
On 27th of April for the opening stage at this year's Rally Argentina. Who will have what it takes to win the iconic gravel rally?

Sun 13:58 - Rally complete
And that's where we'll end our Live Text service from Corsica

Sun 13:56 - WRC manufacturers' standings
1. M-Sport 129 points; 2. Hyundai 105; 3. Toyota 79; 4. Citroën 71.

Sun 13:53 - WRC drivers' standings
1.Ogier 88 points; 2.Latvala 75; 3.Neuville 54; 4.Tänak 50; 5.Sordo 47; 6.Breen 33; 7.Meeke 27; 8. Paddon 25.

Sun 13:47 - Corsica Junior WRC final result:
1.Solans3h53m44.4s; 2.Ciamin+43.5s; 3.Folb+4m01.9s; 4.Tannert+9m54.1s; 5.Radstrom+14m41.5s; 6.Duggan+18m41.2s

Sun 13:42 - SS10: Junior WRC Folb
The Frenchman has hit trouble in the final test and the time loss (more than 3 minutes) means he's surrendered his second place to Ciamin. "I was aiming to fight for the first place this morning but we have just had a sudden transmission problem."

Sun 13:36 - SS10: Junior WRC Solans
The Spaniard is though the final stage and wins the Junior WRC category! "We went fast to establish a good gap and I think we did an intelligent rally. We ran when we had to and were cautious when it was needed."

Sun 13:30 - Corsica WRC 2 final result:
1. Mikkelsen 3h31m04.1s; 2. Suninen+1h06.3s; 3. Rossel+4m46.4s; 4. Tempestini+8m02.9s; 5. Veiby+8m27.1s; 6. Loubet+9m14.0s

Sun 13:26 - Corsica final overall result
1.Neuville 3h22m53.4s; 2.Ogier+54.7s; 3.Sordo+56.0s; 4.Latvala+1m09.6s; 5.Breen+1m09.7s; 6.Paddon+2m16.3s.

Sun 13:22 - Corsica Power Stage result
1. Latvala 6m02.2s (5pts); 2. Ogier+0.8s (4pts); 3. Breen +2.1s (3pts); 4. Sordo+4.6s (2pts); 5. Neuville+6.4s (1pt).

Sun 13:16 - SS10 Neuville
The rally leader completes safely and wins the 2017 Che Guevara Energy Drink Tour de Corse by 54.7sec in his Hyundai! "The feeling is amazing. Special thanks to the team; they have always believes in me and kept pushing me after Monte Carlo and Sweden. I wasn't sure if we could win this event after the first day but we turned it around on the second and I'm very pleased."

Sun 13:09 - SS10: Sordo
Disaster for the Hyundai driver! He's slower than Ogier and loses his second place to the Frenchman by 1.3sec. "It's like before in the rally, everything was strange here. I'm happy with third place."

Sun 13:05 - SS10: Ogier
The Frenchman completes safely – 0.8sec slower than Latvala – and is guaranteed a podium. But will he be third or second? "It's been a tough rally so we're happy to be at the end. We didn't have any power, anti-lag, the diff was locked and we had no handbrake on the last stage."

Sun 13:00 - SS1: Breen
The Irishman finishes the stage 2.1sec slower than Latvala. That means he loses his fourth place by 0.1s! "I tried my best and enjoyed the battle. We can take some positives from the weekend. We have so little experience and we didn't make a single mistake. We have to be pleased with that."

Sun 12:54 - SS10: Latvala
The Finn goes fastest by 6.5sec. Has he have done enough to overhaul Breen for fourth place? "I went lower with the car and did a crazy attack. Maybe it was too much because I was understeering in a couple of places. We'll see what the others do."

Sun 12:50 - SS10: Paddon
The Hyundai driver's lost time after overshooting at a left-hand bend and having to reverse. He's joint second fastest so far. "The tyres were getting too hot on the brakes and I was never going to make the corner so decided to use the driveway as well. Time to go home and get my season on track."

Sun 12:44 - SS10: Tänak
The Rally 2 runner goes quickest so far and should finish 11th overall. "I think we had a puncture and we lost quite a bit of time."

Sun 12:39 - SS10: Evans
The Welshman, who won WRC 2 in Corsica last year, brings his troubled rally to a close in his DMACK Fiesta WRC. "We've got to try and takes some positives. We've got a lot of info for the next asphalt rally so that's something."

Sun 12:34 - SS10: Lefebvre
The Rally 2 runner is through and, unsurprisingly, is the quickest so far by 11.2sec. "I had a bad vibration after 2km with my brakes. I finished with no risks."

Sun 12:31 - SS10: WRC 2 Mikkelsen
The Norwegian completes safely in his Skoda Fabia R5 and wins the WRC 2 category by 1m 06.3s. "It's been a great weekend for us. We had a good gap and it was about maintaining that. I hope to be back in a WRC car soon! Things are looking better on that front and I hope to be back soon. Something is going on for sure."

Sun 12:26 - SS10: WRC 2 Suninen
The Finn completes in 6m 20.4s and should be second overall. "It's been my best race on the Tarmac so I'm happy with that. I've learned a lot and really enjoying driving this car."

Sun 12:24 - SS10: WRC 2 Mikkelsen
The category leader is now into the Power Stage.

Sun 12:18 - SS10: LIVE
The Power Stage is underway! Suninen is first on the road in his Ford Fiesta R5

Sun 12:13 - Stage info: SS10 – Porto-Vecchio - Palombaggia (10.42km)
The live TV Power Stage was first used last year and gradually climbs uphill through a number of kinks and curves on the coast above the beaches of Folaca, Tamaricciu and Palombaggia. At 8km, it drops downhill and crews negotiate a number of tricky corners and hairpins before dashing along a 400 metre straight that leads to the finish.

Sun 12:13 - Up next: Power Stage
WRC 2 driver Teemu Suninen will be the first man into the speed test at 12.18.

Sun 11:57 - Start intervals
The cars will be released into the Power Stage at four-minute intervals.

Sun 11:57 - Power Stage start order
The cars will go in a slightly different order because the stage is being broadcast live on TV and online. The running order is: 1. Suninen, 2. Mikkelsen, 3. Lefebvre, 4.Evans, 5. Tänak, 6. Paddon, 7. Latvala, 8. Breen, 9. Ogier, 10. Sordo, 11. Neuville.

Sun 11:47 - 30-minute countdown
Until the rally-ending Power Stage gets underway. Stay tuned for updates from Porto-Vecchio...

Sun 11:33 - Power Stage on WRC+
Don't forget action from the Corsica Power Stage will be streamed live on our WRC+ platform. Broadcast starts in just over 25 minutes. Head to https://plus.wrc.com/live-stages/live/ to watch.

Sun 11:30 - Corsica Junior WRC overall after SS9:
1.Solans3h46m34.1s; 2.Folb+18.4s; 3.Ciamin+41.6s; 4.Tannert+9m45.3s; 5.Radstrom+14m17.6s; 6.Duggan+47m32.1s

Sun 11:29 - Regroup: Ogier update 3
"We have some trouble. I don't want to say anything now. I'll speak at the end of the rally. To be honest, I don't know if we can compete the Power Stage. We don't really know what's going on. We've done well this weekend and I hope we can be rewarded with some points at the end of this rally."

Sun 11:28 - Regroup: Ogier update 2
The M-Sport driver isn't looking forward to the upcoming 10.42km Power Stage. If the fault rears its head again, he's almost certain to lose his third place and could finish well down the leaderboard.

Sun 11:25 - Regroup: Ogier update 1
The world champion's dramatic loss of time in SS9 has been attributed to an intermittent electrical fault.

Sun 10:57 - Text break
We're going to take a brief admin pause now. We'll be back shortly for the build up to the Power Stage which is due to start at 12.18 local time.

Sun 10:33 - SS9: Junior WRC Radstrom
The fifth-placed driver completes the stage safely but he's lost almost three minutes. "Amazing stage but lots of sand and gravel on the road – I've never seen it so bad. I didn't have the confidence to really push. I want to get to the finish."

Sun 10:28 - SS9: Junior WRC Tannert
The man who suffered a puncture on the first day goes fourth fastest so far. "We didn't push so hard as we have nothing to win. This rally is now all about learning for me."

Sun 10:26 - Porto-Vecchio bound
The crews are now heading south to the 40-minute regroup. They'll then make use of a tyre fitting zone as they make the final preparations for the Power Stage.

Sun 10:20 - SS9: Junior WRC Ciamin
He's through the stage safely and goes second fastest overall. He'll start the final stage 23.2sec behind second-placed Folb.

Sun 10:18 - SS9: Junior WRC Folb
Although he's gone fastest so far, the second-placed man has had a problem with the throttle on his Fiesta. He'll go into the final stage 18.4sec behind Solans.

Sun 10:17 - SS9: Junior WRC Solans
"Happy with that. We just need to keep an eye on what Terry is doing behind us."

Sun 10:15 - SS9: Hänninen update
We're hearing that the Finn has failed to reach the stage end because he's gone off the road at the 48km marker. More as we get it...

Sun 10:13 - Ogier update
The world champion has been working on his Fiesta WRC since he lost a disappointing amount of time in SS9. We still don't know what his problem is. He's back on the move and heading towards the regroup.

Sun 10:10 - SS9: Junior WRC – Ciamin
The timing screens are showing that the third-placed Junior driver hasn't made it to the third split in this stage. He was chasing down Folb in second. More as we get it...

Sun 10:07 - Corsica WRC 2 overall after SS9:
1.Mikkelsen 3h24m47.4s; 2.Suninen +1m02.6s; 3.Rossel +4m34.3s; 4.Tempestini +7m42.5s; 5.Veiby +8m16.9s; 6.Loubet +9m04.6s

Sun 10:04 - Corsica overall after SS9:
1.Neuville 3h16m44.8s; 2.Sordo+57.8s; 3.Ogier+1m00.3s; 4.Breen+1m14.0s; 5.Latvala+1m16.0s; 6.Paddon+1m53.0s.

Sun 10:02 - SS9: WRC 2 Loubet
He's lost almost a minute after hitting power steering problems. He stays in sixth overall.

Sun 10:01 - SS9: WRC 2 Veiby
The Norwegian has completed but he's suffered a puncture and lost 2m 38s. That means he's lost his fourth place to Tempestini.

Sun 09:57 - SS9: WRC 2 Rossel
He's dropped more than a minute in his Citroën but remains third overall.

Sun 09:55 - SS9: WRC 2 Suninen
The Finn is fastest in category so far. "The beginning of the stage was good but the last few kilometres were tricky because of the gravel on the stage. No room for stupid mistakes."

Sun 09:54 - SS9: WRC 2 Mikkelsen
The WRC 2 leader is through the stage. "We went very safely and we're trying to maintain our good gap. Keeping the concentration because it will be nice to have the factory."

Sun 09:52 - SS9: Hänninen
We're hearing the Toyota driver has stopped again in the stage. Agonising as he's passed the final split. More as we get it...

Sun 09:50 - SS9: Lefebvre
The Rally 2 runner has completed but is 39.9sec off Neuville's benchmark.

Sun 09:47 - SS9: Evans
The Welshman, who restarted under Rally 2, has dropped 1m 05.0s in this one. His disappointing rally continues.

Sun 09:44 - SS9: Tänak
The Rally 2 runner is 7.6sec off the pace. "Very enjoyable stage but I really just can't find the balance with the car. I've been looking a lot."

Sun 09:43 - SS9: Neuville
The rally leader is fastest through and extends his advantage at the head of the field to 57.8sec. "I didn't push too much, I just tried to be efficient. Now we're really in a good position to finish the rally."

Sun 09:41 - SS9: Ogier
The Frenchman is in and he's lost his second place to Sordo by 2.5s. He's not prepared to disclose what the problem is. Safe to say, he's not happy.

Sun 09:38 - SS9: Sordo
He's fastest so far and could move ahead of Ogier into second if the Frenchman continues to lose time. "The feel with the car is like yesterday. I don't know whether the stage time is going to be good or bad at the finish. It's a bit like a lottery. The rally's not finished yet."

Sun 09:36 - SS9: Latvala
He's slower than Breen and, therefore, loses his fourth place to the Irishman. "Very disappointed because I thought we had a good stage. I don't understand why. The time is not good."

Sun 09:34 - SS9: Breen
He goes fastest by 7.4s and could edge past Latvala for fourth. "Before the half way it was good but after that I struggled a bit. I had a couple of big impacts at the front of the car and I thought I had a puncture."

Sun 09:33 - SS9: Ogier
Trouble for the Frenchman. He's 13sec down at the final split. His second place could be under threat.

Sun 09:32 - SS9: Paddon
The Kiwi completes in 32m 43.8s. "It's hard to enjoy when you're not so competitive. The mind's already on the next rally, to be honest."

Sun 09:29 - SS9: Hänninen
The Finn is back on the move. We'll hopefully discover what delayed him when he reaches the stage end.

Sun 09:27 - Pages of pacenotes
Being 53.78km long, this is a stage that is keeping the co-drivers busy. Julian Ingrassia has 95 pages of notes, while Scott Martin has 65. That's a lot of reading!

Sun 09:24 - SS9: Hänninen
The tracking system is showing that the Finn has stopped in the stage. More as we get it...

Sun 09:16 - SS9: Breen
The Citroën driver's on a huge charge this morning. He's fastest on all of the splits so far. Remember, he's hunting down fourth-placed Latvala who's only 2.8sec ahead.

Sun 09:06 - Split info
There are five split points in this stage. They at: 8.50km, 17.00km, 23.70km, 31.40km and 41.80km. Paddon and Breen are safely through the first.

Sun 08:58 - SS9: LIVE
The final day of the Che Guevara Tour de Corse is go! Paddon is into this morning's first stage.

Sun 08:45 - Tyre info
Expecting a dry and hot asphalt road surface, the Michelin-shod runners have all taken five Pilot Sport H5 hard compound tyres in this morning's loop of stages.

Sun 08:42 - Stage info: SS9 – Antisanti - Poggio di Nazza (53.78km)
We're just about to kick Sunday off with the longest stage of the rally. A twisty, uphill start eventually reaches the village of Vezzani before some kilometres on a quick section of mountainside asphalt that passes close to Rospigliani. On the descent towards the finish, the crews tackle a very narrow and winding section around Lugo di Nazza that competitors had to brave in the 1980s.

Sun 08:40 - First stage: 08.58
That’s the time Paddon will fire his Hyundai i20 into the 53.78km opener.

Sun 08:39 - WRC Live
Becs Williams is once again in the radio studio, while Colin Clark and Emyr Penlan are the end of stage reporters today. You can find a radio link in the LIVE section on the homepage.

Sun 08:38 - Time zones
All times quoted on here are local to Corsica, so that’s CET (GMT +1)

Sun 08:37 - Start intervals
The World Rally Cars will be spaced two minutes apart, while the rest of the field will run at one-minute intervals.

Sun 08:37 - Who else is running?
The Che Guevara Energy Drink Tour de Corse is also the fourth round of the WRC 2 series and the first round of the Junior WRC. Andreas Mikkelsen leads the WRC 2 runners and Nil Solans heads the Junior contingent after the first two days of competition.

Sun 08:36 - Sunday's start order
The WRC crews will leave the line in the following order this morning: 1. Paddon, 2. Breen, 3. Latvala, 4.Sordo, 5. Ogier, 6. Neuville, 7. Tänak, 8. Evans, 9. Hänninen, 10. Lefebvre.

Sun 08:35 - Weather
The sun is shining brightly for the third day in succession and the air temperature in the stages is already 13°c. The crews will be relieved to hear there's a zero percent chance of rain!

Sun 08:34 - The precise route
We kick things off with the longest stage of the rally. The Antisanti - Poggio di Nazza test is a mammoth 53.78km long and could provide a real sting in the tail this morning. The crews then drive further south to Porto-Vecchio where they will tackle the 10.42km Power Stage and bid for some extra championship points.

Sun 08:34 - The plan for today
The crews have driven south to tackle the final two asphalt stages of the rally this morning. One is a monster that will require their full attention first thing, while the second is the shorter, rally-ending Power Stage.

Sun 08:33 - Bonjour
and welcome back to our live text coverage from the final day at the Che Guevara Energy Drink Tour de Corse, the fourth round of the 2017 FIA World Rally Championship.

Sat 18:24 - While we’re away
Make sure you check the news section for our end of leg reports from the WRC, WRC 2 and Junior WRC categories. And don’t forget our WRC+ service that offers stage footage, highlights and onboards. Au revoir until tomorrow!

Sat 18:23 - We're back on duty
Tomorrow morning, just before the first stage goes live at 08.58 local time.

Sat 18:22 - Join us tomorrow
We'll return bright and breezy tomorrow morning for the final two stages of the Che Guevara Energy Drink Tour de Corse.

Sat 18:21 - The Junior WRC crews are through
That's where we'll park our Live Text service for today.

Sat 18:20 - Corsica Junior WRC overall
1.Solans 3h08m50.8s; 2. Folb+25.6s; 3. Ciamin+43.8s; 4.Tannert+8m40.0s; 5. Radstrom+11m26.1s; 6. Careaga+21m16.1s.

Sat 18:01 - SS8: Junior WRC update
There's a slight delay in the remaining Junior WRC crews getting through SS8. This is a legacy of them being delayed on the previous test after Wagner's Fiesta R2 went off the road.

Sat 17:18 - SS8: Junior WRC Ciamin
He goes second fastest on this stage and remains third overall in the standings. He'll start tomorrow's stages 18.2sec behind Folb. "We will try to catch second place tomorrow but it could be tough."

Sat 17:16 - SS8: Junior WRC Folb
The Frenchman goes fastest on this one and is 25.6s off the lead going into the final day tomorrow. "We drove very good today and we've had a good battle with Nil today as well."

Sat 17:15 - SS8: Junior WRC Solans
The Spaniard remains in the lead of the Junior category after this one. "This stage was really complicated for me but we're just trying to be safe and keep our lead."

Sat 17:09 - Corsica WRC 2 overall after SS8:
1.Mikkelsen 2h50m31.9s; 2.Suninen+1m07.9s; 3.Rossel+3m34.8s; 4.Veiby+5m59.3s; 5.Tempestini+6m44.5s; 6.Loubet+8m27.5s.

Sat 17:07 - SS8: WRC 2 Tempestini
"We felt good. We have many places where we can go faster but we are trying to learn the car as much as possible and improve the situation."

Sat 17:05 - SS8: WRC 2 Veiby
The fourth-placed man loses more than two minutes after picking up a front puncture. "It happened 10km from the finish. I decided to drive through the stage. I let Rossel and Loubet pass me."

Sat 17:02 - SS8: WRC 2 Loubet
He comes in fourth quickest and remains fifth overall. "It wasn't so bad. We had a bit of a problem with the pop-off valve but we were okay."

Sat 17:00 - SS8: WRC 2 Suninen
The Finn gets caught behind Sarrazin's car which has picked up a puncture in the stage and he loses time. He's 1.7sec slower than Mikkelsen at the finish. "We lost a lot of time because we were driving 5km behind Stephane. There was nothing I could do."

Sat 16:57 - Corsica overall after SS8:
1. Neuville 2h44m10.2s; 2. Ogier+38.9s; 3. Sordo+57.7s; 4. Latvala+1m09.4s; 5. Breen+1m12.2s; 6. Paddon+1m 43.8s.

Sat 16:54 - SS8: WRC 2 Mikkelsen
The category leader is through – without taking any risks. "We had a clean run and went a bit careful with all the gravel pulled out. We can always go faster but in the situation we're in we have to be clever."

Sat 16:50 - SS8: Hänninen
The Rally 2 runner goes fifth quickest on this stage. "The car has been really good. No problems today and really nice stages."

Sat 16:45 - SS8: Tänak
He goes fourth quickest. "After yesterday it's not so important to push hard so I'm just trying have a good, clean rhythm and to learn some more."

Sat 16:44 - SS8: The gap at the top
Ogier's hydraulic problems have given Neuville a 38.9sec lead at the head of the field. A sad end to the day for the Frenchman who drove magnificently to reduce the gap to 2.2sec on SS7.

Sat 16:42 - SS8: Ogier
He's in and has lost 36sec to Neuville in this one. "At the end of SS7 we lost hydraulic pressure. The target was to finish the day and be back at the service. We don't have any diff, no gear shifting and we're a a proper rear-wheel-drive car. It behaved quite strangely!"

Sat 16:40 - SS8: Ogier
The world champion has hit trouble in this one and his charge at Neuville is over. He's 23sec down on the leader at the 10.90km split!

Sat 16:38 - SS8: Neuville
The rally leader goes fastest so far as he bids to protect his 2.2sec lead from Ogier. "I was pushing hard so hopefully it's good enough to keep the lead tonight. It will be tough tomorrow but hopefully we've increased the lead a bit more."

Sat 16:34 - SS8: Breen
The Citroën driver has the use of his intercom this time around and that shows in his improved time. "It's different now I have a bit of volume in my ear! It was quite okay. We had a strong smell of fuel at the start and had to open all the windows as my eyes started to water." He remains fifth overall.

Sat 16:30 - SS8: Sordo
The third-placed man goes fastest so far. He's 0.4sec up on Latvala's benchmark. "I can't do better. For me I can't do better. I'm at maximum, maximum, maximum. But it's still not good."

Sat 16:26 - SS8: Latvala
He completes 3.5sec faster than Paddon. Has he done enough to protect his fourth place from Breen? "It's feeling like a completely different car compared to the first day. I'm really enjoying the driving now."

Sat 16:22 - SS8: Paddon
He's through the finish in 11m 24.8s. "We're just trying to enjoy the driving, but we're in no man's land at the moment. The good thing is we're a lot closer than we were last year. The set-up is okay, but there's more to come from the driver."

Sat 16:12 - SS7: Junior WRC Duggan
The reigning British Junior Champion has retired from the event after going off the road on this stage. He was fifth overall at the time.

Sat 16:09 - Start intervals
As this stage is being streamed live on WRC+ the gap between the WRC cars has been extended to four minutes on this one.

Sat 16:08 - SS8: LIVE
Paddon has launched his Hyundai into the final stage of the day at 'Novella 2'. Let's see what he can do...

Sat 15:56 - SS8 on WRC
Live action from today's final stage will be streamed live on our WRC platform. Click https://plus.wrc.com/ to watch.

Sat 15:53 - Stage info: SS8 – Novella 2 (17.27km)
This is a stage that was used in the modern version of the rally for the first time last year. The crews start close to the Pietra Monetta Auberge and they have to cope with several difficult corners to reach Novella village perched high in the mountains. The stage then follows a much narrower and bumpier worn road surface before arriving at the finish in Balanine, 13.50km earlier than in 2016.

Sat 15:50 - SS7: Junior WRC Folb
The second-placed man goes second fastest in this one. "I pushed so much and I'm happy. It was much, much better than this morning."

Sat 15:48 - Up next
The leading crews are now arriving at the final stage of the day. 'Novella 2' is due to get underway at 16.08 local time.

Sat 15:45 - SS7: Stage stopped
The rally organisers have halted the stage so the medical crews can attend William Wagner's Fiesta R2. More as we get it...

Sat 15:36 - SS7: WRC 2 overall after SS7
1.Mikkelsen 2h38m38.4s; 2.Suninen +1m06.2s; 3.Rossel +3m00.7s; 4.Veiby+4m02.9s; 5.Tempestini+6m21.5s; 6.Loubet+8m24.1s

Sat 15:32 - SS7: Junior WRC update
The tracking system is showing that William Wagner and Rob Duggan have stopped in the stage. More as we get it...

Sat 15:31 - SS7: WRC 2 Tempestini
The reigning Junior WRC champion is a man of few words. "We spun in the first corner." He's seventh fastest and remains fifth overall.

Sat 15:28 - Corsica overall after SS7:
1. Neuville 2h32m52.5s; 2.Ogier+2.2s; 3.Sordo+54.5s; 4.Latvala+1m05.8s; 5.Breen+1m06.0s; 6.Paddon+1m36.7s

Sat 15:26 - SS7: WRC 2 Pellier and Bonato
Both of the WRC 2 drivers are stopped in the stage. More info as we get it...

Sat 15:24 - SS7: WRC 2 Loubet
He's fifth fastest on this one. "Really careful on this one because it was our first pass. I'm quite happy with my speed."

Sat 15:22 - SS7: WRC 2 Rossel
The Frenchman is third fastest in WRC 2 and stays third overall. "I take a lot of pleasure from this stage. I want to keep my position."

Sat 15:21 - SS7 WRC 2 Suninen
The Finn is 0.9sec slower than Mikkelsen and remains second overall. "I'm trying to improve my Tarmac driving but I'm also being a little careful to avoid any big mistakes."

Sat 15:19 - SS7: WRC 2 Mikkelsen
The category leader is the fastest driver through so far. "There's more to come but it's not necessary at the moment. I'm trying to push as hard as I can – but I'm also being prepared for any gravel that may be around the corner."

Sat 15:18 - SS7: Hänninen
The Rally 2 runner, who was second fastest in the same test this morning, is 27.8sec off the pace this time around. "It was not that good. I was a bit too careful on the gravel places and that's why the time is slower than this morning."

Sat 15:16 - SS7: Tänak
Surprisingly, the Estonian is 25sec down on the ultimate pace. But he insists his car is back in full working order.

Sat 15:13 - SS7: Ogier
The reigning world champion sets the fastest time and moves to within 2.2s of Neuville at the head of the leaderboard. "It's a bit better now on the set up and I can trust the car a bit more now. I don't think I've ever tried so many set ups on a rally!"

Sat 15:11 - SS7: Neuville
The rally leader is third fastest and drops 6sec to Ogier. "I did quite well but I spun at the first hairpin left. Then I had a lot of wheel spin from the rear diff."

Sat 15:09 - SS7: Breen
The Citroën driver is 10.9s off the pace and drops behind Latvala who takes fourth. "I think the next stage will be better. I drove a blinder without the intercom so hopefully it will be even faster with notes."

Sat 15:07 - SS7: Sordo
The Spaniard is 10sec slower than Latvala. Not a great run for the Hyundai driver who was third coming into this one. "I tried to push but it's not so good."

Sat 15:05 - SS7: Latvala
The Finn is 16.3s faster than Paddon after making some transmission changes at service. "Definitely a better run second time through this stage. Very demanding, lots of mud and dirt on the road."

Sat 15:03 - SS7: Paddon
The seventh-placed man has completed the stage in 32m 37.2s. "It didn't feel so bad but it's not the time I thought it would be. I can feel the tyres overheating a little in the middle of the stage – especially on the wide part of the road."

Sat 14:57 - SS7: Ogier
The Frenchman is 4sec faster than rally leader Neuville at the 25.40km split. The start of the fightback?

Sat 14:47 - SS7: Latest
All of the WRC cars are now in the stage. Paddon is already past the halfway mark. Latvala is 5.4s faster than his rival at that point so far...

Sat 14:37 - Martin Koci update
We've been told that the WRC 2 crew of Martin Koci and Lukas Kostka will be spending the night in hospital after they crashed in SS5 this morning. Both are OK after the incident.

Sat 14:34 - SS7: Tänak update
The Estonian will be the seventh man into this stage. The M-Sport engineers worked on his Fiesta in service and are confident they've fixed the misfire problem that stunted his progress this morning. Early indications are that the car suffered a fuel injector issue.

Sat 14:28 - SS7: LIVE
Paddon's Hyundai i20 has left the start line – the Che Guevara Energy Drink Tour de Corse is back underway!

Sat 14:15 - Stage info: SS7 – La Porta - Valle di Rostino 2 (48.71km)
A legendary stage that has been trimmed by 5km at the beginning. A technical uphill section from the start ends at La Porta church, before twisty and bumpy roads run through Giocatojo and up to the Col Saint Antoine. The descent on new and older asphalt heads through several villages before climbing again to Campile. A twistier road tracks the mountainside before a series of abrasive downhill hairpins leads to the finish.

Sat 14:14 - Next stage: 14.28
That's the time that we'll get back underway. Hayden Paddon will be the first driver to leave the line.

Sat 14:06 - Weather
The sun continues to shine on this afternoon's stages and the temperature is hovering around the 20℃ mark. The damp sections that were under the trees this morning are likely to have dried for this run.

Sat 14:04 - The plan for this afternoon
The crews will drive the same two stages that they tackled this morning. To recap, the first test in the second loop is the 48.71km stage at La Porta - Valle di Rostino 2, while the second test is the shorter 17.27km stage at Novella 2.

Sat 14:00 - Welcome back
The midday service is over for the leading crews and they're back on the road heading to the first of this afternoon's pair of stages.

Sat 12:53 - We'll be back
Make sure you rejoin us ahead of this afternoon's pair of stages. We'll be back at the Live Text desk at 14.00 (local time) to prepare for SS7 that gets underway at 14.28.

Sat 12:50 - Time to pause
With the leaders in all categories now through this morning's delayed stages, we'll now pause our Live Text service for a short time.

Sat 12:47 - Corsica Junior WRC overall after SS6:
1. Solans 2h18m16.9s; 2. Folb+47.9s; 3. Ciamin+1m08.5s; 4.Wagner+1m52.5s; 5. Duggan+2m24.5s; 6.Tannert+7m16.2s.

Sat 12:37 - Corsica WRC 2 overall after SS6:
1.Mikkelsen 2h05m06.2s; 2.Suninen+1m05.3s; 3.Rossel+2m35.4s; 4.Veiby+3m18.7s; 5.Tempestini+5m00.0s; 6.Loubet+7m54.4s.

Sat 12:11 - SS6: Back underway
The remaining cars are now filtering through the second stage of the day after the delay that was enforced on the crews following Martin Koci's accident in SS5. The times for the Junior WRC runners will be in shortly...

Sat 11:40 - Corsica Junior WRC overall after SS5:
1.Solans2h05m09.4s; 2.Folb+53.4s; 3.Ciamin+1m10.6s; 4.Wagner+1m55.2s; 5.Duggan+2m16.00s; 6. Tannert+7m02.2s.

Sat 11:18 - The current status
The leading WRC and WRC 2 runners have completed SS6 and headed to the service park at Bastia Airport for the midday service halt. The Junior WRC runners are just coming through SS5 which was delayed earlier this morning.

Sat 11:01 - New rally leader
Kris Meeke's sudden retirement at the end of SS6 means Thierry Neuville is the new rally leader. Sébastien Ogier fills second and Dani Sordo is third.

Sat 10:59 - Meeke retires
The Citroën team has confirmed that the Northern Irishman has retired from the lead of the Tour de Corse. An engine problem is the cause.

Sat 10:58 - Corsica overall after SS6:
1. Meeke 2h00m29.1s; 2.Neuville+1.5s; 3 Ogier+9.7s; 4.Sordo+46.8s; 5.Breen+57.6s; 6.Latvala+1m08.3s.

Sat 10:54 - SS6: WRC 2 Mikkelsen
The category leader is fastest in this test, beating second-place Suninen by 2.7s. The Norwegian's overall lead is now 1m 05.3s.

Sat 10:53 - SS6: Tänak
The Estonian's roadside repairs appear at the end of SS5 appear to have done the trick. He's completed the stage and is only 6.6s off the pace. He'll now head to service to get his Fiesta properly fixed by the M-Sport engineers.

Sat 10:51 - SS6: Meeke
The rally leader has completed the stage and holds a narrow 1.5s lead over Neuville at the head of the leaderboard. But there were plumes smoke coming from his Citroën at the end of the stage and there are doubts whether the Northern Irishman is in a position to continue. More to come...

Sat 10:46 - SS6: Meeke
Drama for the rally leader! He drops 15.5s to Neuville and there's smoke pouring from his Citroën at the end of the stage. More to come...

Sat 10:44 - SS6: Ogier
The Frenchman's has a nightmare by his typically high standards. He's 8.8s off the pace at the finish and loses his second place to Neuville. The gap between the two is 8.2s. He's not happy. "It's not fast enough. I would like to know why. I can't really explain it. I didn't have the feeling to be so bad but obviously it wasn't good."

Sat 10:42 - SS6: Neuville
He goes fastest so far and he bids to snatch second place from Ogier. "The stage was good. I was touching the sump guard a bit in the cuts and that was pushing me off line, but I'm happy with the time."

Sat 10:40 - SS6: Breen
He's 8.9s slower than Sordo and falls further back in the race for fourth place. The reason for the time loss is clear: "This is the worst place in the world to lose the intercom. I had to drive the whole stage blind. I never want to do that again!"

Sat 10:38 - SS6: Sordo
He goes fastest so far, 2.4s up on Paddon. "In this stage I pushed more and the time appears to be worse than I was expecting. It's difficult to work out the driving style that's required."

Sat 10:37 - SS6: Latvala
The sixth-placed Finn is 2.5s slower than Paddon. "I'm trying to create more feeling for the braking. Finally, I now have an idea of what I need to do for this afternoon."

Sat 10:34 - SS6: Paddon
With Evans out, the Hyundai driver is the first man to compete SS6. He clocks 11m 17.7s. "The grip is a lot higher in this stage but we're in a bit of 'no man's land' at the moment in terms of our position."

Sat 10:30 - SS6: Evans
The Welshman has left the road after the first split. His DMACK Fiesta WRC has gone straight on at a left-hand bend. The car is stranded and he won't be rejoining.

Sat 10:23 - Split info
There are only two splits in this 17.27km test. The first is at 5.60km and the second is at 10.90km.

Sat 10:19 - SS6: LIVE
The second stage of the day is go! Elfyn Evans is the first car in.

Sat 10:18 - WRC Live
Emyr Penlan will be the end of stage reporter in SS6. You can find a radio link in the LIVE section on the homepage.

Sat 10:14 - SS6: Start time
We're scheduled to go live in just under five minutes. Lights out at 10.17.

Sat 10:10 - Stage info: SS6 – Novella 1 (17.27km)
Saturday morning's next stage was used in the modern version of the rally for the first time last year. The crews start close to the Pietra Monetta Auberge and they have to cope with several difficult corners to reach Novella village perched high in the mountains. The stage then follows a much narrower and bumpier worn road surface before arriving at the finish in Balanine, 13.50km earlier than in 2016.

Sat 10:09 - SS5: Tänak update
The Estonian has carried out some roadside repairs to his sick Ford Fiesta RS WRC. He's changed the spark plugs, coil pack and ECU in a bid get the car running better. He's now headed to SS6 to see if he can get through that stage and on to the midday service.

Sat 10:06 - Corsica WRC 2 overall after SS5:
1. Mikkelsen 1h53m24.0s; 2. Suninen +1m02.6s; 3. Rossel +2m17.8s; 4. Veiby +2m 59.4s.

Sat 10:03 - Corsica overall after SS5:
1.Meeke 1h49m005s; 2.Ogier+16.4s; 3.Neuville +17.0s; 4.Sordo+1m 00.1s; 5.Breen +1m02.0s; 6.Latvala+1m16.7s.

Sat 09:57 - The next stage
The crews are currently on their way to Novella 1 (SS6) which is scheduled to get underway at 10.17.

Sat 09:47 - SS5: Update
There's now a gap in the flow of cars as the medical crews have been sent into the stage to deal with an incident involving WRC 2 driver Martin Koci.

Sat 09:43 - SS5: WRC 2 Veiby
The Norwegian goes fourth fastest, but is 48.5s off Suninen's ultimate pace. "Tricky start to the morning. I went straight on in the first junction and had to reverse. I feel I improved a lot my driving on the slippery sections since yesterday so that makes me feel good."

Sat 09:41 - SS5: WRC 2 Rossel
He's 24.6s slower than Suninen on this one. He remains third overall. "This stage is for men! The time is not bad and the car set-up is very good for me."

Sat 09:39 - SS5: WRC 2 Suninen
The Finn, second overnight, goes fastest by 7.4s. But his deficit to Mikkelsen still stands at 1m 02.6s. "The brakes were overheating and I didn't get a good rhythm."

Sat 09:37 - SS5: WRC 2 Mikkelsen
The category leader has completed in 33m 54.6s. "I was maybe a bit too careful on this stage. There's so much gravel being pulled out so, for sure, hesitant in many places."

Sat 09:35 - SS5: Hänninen
The Rally 2 runner goes second fastest on this one in his Yaris WRC. "I am really surprised about the time. I just tried to drive smoothly and keep my tyres."

Sat 09:34 - SS5: Tänak
The Estonian has had a bad stage and his car sounds very sick. "The car sounded strange in the stage. Sometime's it was working and sometimes it wasn't. We must find out what the problem is."

Sat 09:32 - SS5: Meeke
The rally leader completes second fastest and extends his overall lead to 16.4s. "That wasn't too bad. It was very dirty and we had to be careful. Obviously Neuville's had a good time but I'm happy. I've increased my lead, that's the main thing."

Sat 09:29 - SS5: Ogier
The Frenchman completes but is now only 0.6s ahead of Neuville in the overall classification after this test. "There was definitely some sections where I was not compatible with the car and couldn't push. I cannot find more. The car is touching the road too much for me."

Sat 09:27 - SS5: Neuville
Wow. The Belgian is fastest by some distance. He's 39.3s up on everyone else. "The conditions are very tricky with a lot of gravel. I tried to push hard and we have done the maximum."

Sat 09:25 - SS5: Breen
He's 3.3s slower and loses his fourth place to Sordo. "I struggled in the really dirty places and I lost the brake pedal a little towards the end of the stage. But I'm happy enough."

Sat 09:23 - SS5: Sordo
He goes fastest so far, but he's far from happy. "The worst stage in my life – unbelievable. I can't push and was really slow. By kilometre three, I just wanted to get to the end of the stage!"

Sat 09:21 - SS5: Latvala
The Finn is second fastest so far. "It was slippery – not an easy stage. The surface was changing a lot with some nasty places. We're changing things, but it's not easy to do on the rally."

Sat 09:19 - SS5: Paddon
The Hyundai driver, who is continuing to develop his asphalt driving style, completes 15.2.s faster than Evans. "We're trying things and using it as a bit of a test session but we've taken a bit of a step back this morning with the set up. I need the car to help me to give me the confidence, but now it's not giving me confidence at all."

Sat 09:16 - SS5: Evans
The Welshman, rid of the hydraulic problems that stunted his progress on Friday, completes the stage in 32m 58.9s. "The car is working really okay. It's an enjoyable stage but some tricky loose bits that require you to be patient."

Sat 09:07 - SS5: Meeke
The rally leader fights back! He's now 1.9s faster than Ogier at the second split.

Sat 09:03 - SS5: Ogier
The Frenchman is 0.3s faster than Meeke at the opening split in this stage as he looks to reduce the 10.3s lead that his Citroën-driving rival holds this morning.

Sat 09:03 - SS5: Ogier
The Frenchman is 0.3s faster than Meeke at the opening split in this stage as he looks to reduce the 10.3s lead that his Citroën-driving rival holds this morning.

Sat 08:54 - SS5: Lefebvre update
The Frenchman has stopped after clouting a small wall at the side of the stage. He and co-driver Gabin Moreau are trying to fix the right-rear wheel on the car so they can rejoin the action.

Sat 08:49 - SS5: Lefebvre
The tracking system is showing that the Citroën driver has stopped 5.5km into the opening test. More as we get it...

Sat 08:47 - Split times
We've got five splits in the stage that's underway. They're at: 8.10km, 15.40km, 25.40km, 33.00km and 40.70km.

Sat 08:46 - Road conditions
The opening test is largely dry but there are some damp sections and quite a bit of water under the trees at the 14.2km marker. A bit of caution will be required...

Sat 08:41 - SS5: LIVE
Elfyn Evans has left the stage start line. Day two in Corsica is go!

Sat 08:40 - Stage info: SS5 – La Porta - Valle di Rostino 1 (48.71km)
A legendary stage that has been trimmed by 5km at the beginning. A technical uphill section from the start ends at La Porta church, before twisty and bumpy roads run through Giocatojo and up to the Col Saint Antoine. The descent on new and older asphalt heads through several villages before climbing again to Campile. A twistier road tracks the mountainside before a series of abrasive downhill hairpins leads to the finish.

Sat 08:39 - Tyre info
All of the leading crews have taken five of Michelin's hard compound 'Sport' tyres into this morning's loop.

Sat 08:38 - First stage: 08.40
That's the time Elfyn Evans's DMACK-shod Ford Fiesta WRC will enter this morning's first speed test. Not long to go...

Sat 08:37 - WRC Live
Becs Williams is doing her thing in the radio studio, while Colin Clark and Emyr Penlan are the end of stage reporters in Corsica. You can find a radio link in the LIVE section on the homepage.

Sat 08:36 - Start intervals –
The World Rally Cars will be spaced two minutes apart, while the rest of the field will run at one-minute intervals.

Sat 08:36 - Who else is running
The Che Guevara Energy Drink Tour de Corse is also the fourth round of the WRC 2 series and the first round of the Junior WRC. Andreas Mikkelsen leads the WRC 2 category overnight, while Nil Solans heads the Junior WRC field after day one.

Sat 08:35 - Saturday's start order
The WRC crews will leave the line in the following order: 1. Evans, 2. Lefebvre, 3. Paddon, 4. Latvala, 5. Sordo, 6. Breen, 7. Neuville, 8. Ogier, 9. Meeke, 10. Tänak, 11. Hänninen.

Sat 08:28 - Weather
It's a perfect day for competing and spectating! The Corsican skies are clear and the sun is shining. The air temperature is currently 14℃, but that is expected to rise to around 21℃ later today.

Sat 08:26 - The precise route
Day two kicks off with the monster 48.71km La Porta - Valle di Rostino 1 test, before the crews head to the shorter Novella 1 stage which clocks in at 17.27km. The same route is then repeated this afternoon.

Sat 08:23 - The plan for today
The crews have left the service park to complete two asphalt stages this morning, both of which are to the east of Bastia Airport. These speed tests will be driven again this afternoon – after a midday service halt.

Sat 08:18 - Welcome back
to our live text coverage from the Che Guevara Energy Drink Tour de Corse, the fourth round of the 2017 FIA World Rally Championship. It's day two of competition...

Fri 17:44 - Until then
Keep an eye on the news section for our end of leg reports and don’t forget WRC+ where you'll find stage footage, highlights shows and onboards. Bye for now!

Fri 17:43 - Join us on Saturday
We'll bring you all of the times and reaction from the second day in Corsica, where crews will tackle another four asphalt stages. The competitive action gets underway at 08.40 local time and we'll be in position 30 or so minutes before then.

Fri 17:40 - The crews are through
So, that's where we'll park our Live Text service from the first day at the Che Guevara Energy Drink Tour de Corse.

Fri 17:34 - Corsica JWRC overall after SS4:
1.Solans 1h28m11.3s; 2.Folb+40.1s; 3.Ciamin+43.1s; 4.Wagner+1m20.0s; 5.Duggan+1m 21.4s; 6.Tannert+5m56.7s.

Fri 17:17 - SS4: JWRC
The top runners are now in the final stage of the day. Let's see how the top-six shapes up after this test...

Fri 17:11 - Corsica WRC 2 overall after SS4:
1.Mikkelsen 1h19m29.4s; 2.Suninen +1m10.0s; 3.Rossel +2m00.6s; 4.Veiby +2m18.3s; 5.Koci +2m22.4s; 6.Bergkvist+ 3m13.7s.

Fri 17:07 - Corsica overall after SS4:
1.Meeke 1h16m32.1s; 2.Ogier+10.3s; 3.Neuville+25.8s; 4.Breen+52.4s; 5.Sordo+53.8s; 6.Latvala+1m00.2s.

Fri 17:04 - SS4: WRC 2 Suninen
The Finn completes 10.1s slower than Mikkelsen and is now 1m 10.0s off his rival's overall pace at the head of the field. "Everything is good. I think the tyres were overheating a little close to the end of the stage but it's okay."

Fri 17:02 - SS4: WRC 2 Kopecky
A power steering-less Skoda driver has lost another 1m 39.4s. But at least he's made it through a tough opening day. "It's been quite difficult today, but it was important to get here and we'll try to do some times tomorrow."

Fri 16:59 - SS4: WRC 2 Mikkelsen
The Norwegian, who finished on the podium here last year with VW, is through and looks like he's just set the benchmark pace in his category again. "I had a spin on this one in a hairpin right. I'm running my set-up a little bit differently on this rally and that makes it easy to spin. But that was the only negative for today."

Fri 16:56 - SS4: Lefebvre
The Frenchman completes and looks like he'll hold on to his eight place overall. "Sometimes I push too much in the corners and understeer with the front. But it's been a clean day for me."

Fri 16:53 - SS4: Evans
The Welshman has made it to the end of the day with his continuing hydraulic problem which has rendered his centre diff and paddle shift gear change unusable. But he's dropped another two minutes and is well down the order.

Fri 16:49 - SS4: Breen
The Irishman's time has moved him ahead of Sordo and he's now fourth overall. "We had a bit of a problem with the tyres after the first stage and that's mucked around with my plan on this one. But I'm not a million miles away from the podium so its been a good day."

Fri 16:47 - SS4: Meeke
The rally leader has added a further 2.2s to his overnight advantage. His lead over Ogier now stands at 10.3s. "They were two tough stages this afternoon with a lot of pollution and I've enjoyed them. But you're always wary of Seb because he never gives up. I'm comfortable in my pace. Let's see what tomorrow brings."

Fri 16:45 - SS4: Neuville
The third-place man is into the stage finish and is only a second slower than Ogier. But it's been a hairy ride: "I'm running for my life. I feel like we're on the edge everywhere. We are close to the limit and we have to calm down a bit."

Fri 16:43 - SS4: Sordo
The Spaniard has reached the finish – 12s down on Ogier's time. Has he done enough to defend his fourth place from Breen? "It was a difficult day but I'm happy with myself. We will try to have fun with this car a bit and we will see tomorrow."

Fri 16:40 - SS4: Meeke
The rally leader is currently 1.9s faster than Ogier at the halfway split. Can he stay ahead until the end?

Fri 16:39 - SS4: Latvala
The seventh-placed man is 9.9s down on Ogier at the finish and acknowledges that there is still some more work to do to improve his pace.

Fri 16:37 - SS4: Ogier
The first man on the road is through the finish in 18m 22.6s. "Let's wait and see where we are at the end of the day. We should be in second place so not a bad day. Step-by-step the feeling is getting a bit better."

Fri 16:31 - SS4: Ogier
The timing screen is awash with red as the Frenchman passes the mid-point of the stage. That means he's faster than everyone else so far.

Fri 16:23 - Split info
We've got three splits in this final 29.12km stage. They're at the 6.90km, 15.30km and 23.40km markers. Standby for the first set of times...

Fri 16:16 - SS4: LIVE
The final stage of the day is underway! Ogier's Ford Fiesta RS WRC is the first car to leave the start line.

Fri 16:03 - SS4: Amended start time
The fourth speed test will now get underway at 16.16 (local time) and not at the published time of 16.03.

Fri 15:52 - Stage info: SS4 – Plage du Liamone - Sarrola-Carcopino (29.12km)
A re-run of this morning's SS2, a fast climb from Liamone beach leads to a tight hairpin at Casaligione. There’s a change of pace and profile as a wide, twisty road heads to Furcina bridge before a string of corners along a winding bumpy climb to Calcatoggio hairpin. After the villages of Sant’ Andrea d’Orcino and Cannelle, wide asphalt leads to Col de Sarzoggio and then a tricky run down to the finish.

Fri 15:50 - Up next
The leading crews are making their final preparations before they tackle the last stage of the day – the second run through Plage du Liamone - Sarrola-Carcopino. The speed test goes live at 16.03 local time.

Fri 15:48 - Corsica JWRC overall after SS3:
1. Solans 1h07m04.7s; 2. Folb+32.3s; 3. Ciamin+43.8s; 4. Wagner+46.4s; 5. Duggan+1m05.4s; 6. Radstrom+4m08.5s.

Fri 15:44 - SS3: JWRC Wagner
The fourth-placed man isn't happy but he doesn't know why: "The time was not good for me."

Fri 15:42 - SS3: JWRC Duggan
The British Rally Championship graduate is fifth fastest at the finish. "Can't get into the rhythm and struggling with the set-up. Could be better for me. Car isn't handling right."

Fri 15:41 - SS3: JWRC Tannert
"It was a better second loop because we had the puncture on the first stage this morning. Things are improving for me."

Fri 15:40 - SS3: JWRC Folb
The second-placed man is in. "The stage was good but not easy. We drive better this afternoon and we'll keep an eye on what the others are doing. I want to win!"

Fri 15:38 - SS3: JWRC Solans
The category leader is through and looks odds-on to extend his lead. "A really good stage for us. Some places were tougher than the first lap but we had good grip and could push. I hope we can keep this gap."

Fri 15:29 - Corsica WRC 2 overall after SS3:
1. Mikkelsen 1h00m26.5s; 2. Suninen+59.9s; 3. Rossel+1m40.4s; 4. Koci+1m49.4s; 5. Veiby+1m54.2s; 6. Bergkvist+2m32.3s

Fri 15:25 - Corsica overall after SS3:
1.Meeke 58m11.7s; 2.Ogier+8.1s; 3.Neuville+22.6s; 4.Sordo+39.6s; 5.Breen+41.1s; 6.Latvala+48.1s

Fri 15:23 - SS3 WRC 2 Camilli
The man that was second overall coming into this stage has hit trouble – literally – and dropped more than 14 minutes."There was just one corner completely on gravel and I didn't expect that. I hit the wall and damaged the rear of the car."

Fri 15:20 - SS3: WRC 2 Koci
"I was a bit hard with the brakes in the beginning and we lost them by the middle. I was trying to get a bit more speed but it didn't work with the brakes."

Fri 15:19 - SS3: WRC 2 Tempestini
The reigning Junior WRC champion has suffered some damage in this one and has lost the use of first gear. "It was very dirty at the end and we are trying to do our best without any risks."

Fri 15:17 - SS3: WRC 2 Veiby
He holds third in the overall category standings. "I'm taking good steps all the time and this was a good improvement. It's important for me to finish and be here."

Fri 15:16 - SS3: WRC 2 Bergkvist
"The car feels better all the time. We made some changes and they seemed to work."

Fri 15:14 - SS3: WRC 2 Kopecky
The Skoda driver has lost almost five minutes in this one. "This is crazy. With no power steering we go slow – like at recce speed – and we still pick up a puncture. We had to stop and change it. Unbelievable."

Fri 15:13 - SS3: WRC 2 Suninen
The Finn goes second fastest in his category so far and currently sits second overall. "It's been better than this morning but can improve the speed."

Fri 15:10 - SS3: WRC 2 Bouffier
The WRC 2 driver has stopped in the stage – a short distance from the start. More as we get it...

Fri 15:09 - SS3: WRC2 Mikkelsen
The WRC 2 leader is in and has extended his lead after Camilli hits trouble in this test. "The gap is quite big so I backed off. It's a shame because I was looking forward to a good fight."

Fri 15:06 - SS3: Lefebvre
He's 36.7s down on Ogier's benchmark pace after suffering with ride height issues and a paddle shift leaver that has worked loose.

Fri 15:04 - SS3: Paddon
Sporting some rear-end damage, the Kiwi drops 19.6s. "On the second half of the stage the tyres seemed to go off and the rear was sliding all over the place. We swiped a rock face."

Fri 15:02 - SS3: Evans
Still stricken by this morning's hydraulic problems, the Welshman drops a further 1m 59.4s. "We're doing what we can do."

Fri 14:58 - SS3: Breen
He's 12.2s off the pace at the stage finish. "That wasn't so bad. I was messing a bit with the diff maps in the stage and a more familiar setting close to the end of the stage seemed to work better for me."

Fri 14:56 - SS3: Meeke
The rally leader drops 0.8s but continues to head the leaderboard. "That was good. I had to slow down for Ott, but the stage had a nice rhythm for me and it was okay."

Fri 14:55 - SS3: Neuville
The Belgian is 6.2s off the pace and he's confused: "I thought I'd done a very good stage. I slowed a bit where Tänak was off the road, but the gap is too big. I will try to push on the next stage."

Fri 14:53 - SS3: Sordo
The sixth-placed Spaniard is 13.7s down on Ogier's benchmark pace at the stage end. "I try a different style of driving and we have a little bit of understeer in the corners. The feeling is not bad but the times aren't what we expect."

Fri 14:48 - SS3: Latvala
The Finn, who was bidding to tidy up his driving this afternoon, completes 14.1s slower than Ogier. "It's a little bit better but not as good as I was expecting. Not what I was looking for."

Fri 14:47 - SS3: Tänak
We're hearing he's slid off the road and got his M-Sport Fiesta RS WRC stuck in a ditch.

Fri 14:46 - SS3: Ogier
The Frenchman has completed in 19m 52.1s. "I still don't have the car I'm dreaming of but I'm fighting like I can with it."

Fri 14:44 - SS3: Meeke
The rally leader fights back! He's now 0.5s up on Ogier at the second split. Exciting stuff!

Fri 14:42 - SS3: Tänak
The Estonian has stopped in the stage. He was fourth in the overall standings coming into this one. More as we get it...

Fri 14:40 - SS3: Ogier
He's passed the final split and is still the fastest man on the stage as things currently stand. Kris Meeke is 4.7s down on his rival at the first split.

Fri 14:34 - SS3: Meeke
The rally leader is now in the stage. What can the pumped-up Citroën driver do this afternoon?

Fri 14:32 - SS3: Latvala
The Toyota driver arrives at the first split 4.2s slower than Ogier. That's half the gap that stood at the same part of the stage this morning. An improvement.

Fri 14:30 - SS3: Ogier
The Frenchman has reached the first split at 6.90km safely. He clocks 4m 42.5s.

Fri 14:24 - SS3: LIVE
The M-sport-prepared Fiesta RS WRC of Ogier is the first car into the stage. He starts the afternoon 8.9s behind Kris Meeke.

Fri 14:23 - SS3: Start update
This one is set to go live at 14.24. Hold tight...

Fri 14:20 - SS3: Start delayed
Hang tight, folks. There's a slight delay getting the cars into the stage. Shouldn't be long now...

Fri 14:07 - Stage info: SS3 – Pietrosella - Albitreccia 2 (31.20km)
The crews will once again be greeted by some of Corsica’s toughest roads for this afternoon's second loop. Last year’s opening 26km have been replaced by a new 7.40km section that follows a twisty, bumpy road before joining the 2016 route at the famous Pietrosella hairpin. It’s onwards and upwards along a poorly surfaced road to the legendary Col de Bellevalle hairpin. It widens on the climb to Bisinao, before a narrow road with many surface changes leads to the finish in Albitreccia.

Fri 14:06 - Weather
The sun is still shining on the stages close to Ajaccio, although there's some cloud in the sky. The air temperature is hovering around the 18℃ mark.

Fri 14:03 - Hello again
We're back at the Live Text desk and all set for SS3 – a repeat of SS1 that ran first thing this morning. The stage will be live at 14.11 local time.

Fri 12:58 - Live text pause
We're just pausing our Live text service to complete a spot of housekeeping. SS3 gets underway at 14.11 local time so we'll be back at the Live Text desk around 20 minutes before that. Back shortly!

Fri 12:48 - Regroup: Kopecky update
The WRC 2 driver will use the regroup to decide whether he continues this afternoon. The steering rack on his Skoda Fabia R5 broke this morning and he may decide it's better to head back to service at Bastia Airport to repair the damage ahead of tomorrow's stages. More as we get it...

Fri 12:40 - Corsica JWRC overall after SS2:
1.Solans 44m15.9s; 2.Folb+23.1s; 3.Wagner+35.3s; 4.Ciamin+40.2s; 5.Duggan+43.9s; 6. Radstrom+2m31.7s

Fri 12:37 - Regroup: Evans
The Welshman is 16th after suffering hydraulic problems: "It's not been ideal. We lost the hydraulics and that means nothing hydraulic was working. Well have to nurse it through the next two stages and try to do what we can."

Fri 12:33 - Regroup: Paddon
The man in eighth: "When it's dry my confidence is good. But when there's dirt on the road it kills my confidence a bit. I want to make sure we make no mistakes and pick the pace up a little bit – but we need to also stay on the road as well."

Fri 12:31 - Regroup: Breen
The sixth-placed driver: "It's been good a good morning. The engineers identified during the test that I was a bit too aggressive on the braking – a legacy of my karting career – so I'm trying to be smoother and be a bit more progressive. times aren't so bad at the moment. Once my new driving style has bedded in, we'll be able to push a bit harder."

Fri 12:28 - Regroup: Neuville
The man in third: "We are in third which is not bad but clearly we have to improve a bit. There is a small gap that we have to find and we have to work with the car for that. It's all about confidence and settings. If the car gives you the feeling to go hard and push without making mistakes, it's good. We are not quite there – but we're not far away."

Fri 12:25 - Regroup: Meeke
The rally leader: "It's been satisfying. We came here a little bit apprehensive but we had to think differently after Monte Carlo. We only had a day and a half to test here in Corsica but it looks like we went in the right direction and I'm really happy. Really happy with the car for this afternoon, but will be important to manage the tyres this afternoon because it will be hotter. Hoping for another clean run."

Fri 12:17 - Regroup:
The leading crews are now in the Porticcio regroup where they will undoubtedly make some small set-up changes if necessary. But there's no luxury of a full service today.

Fri 12:12 - Corsica WRC 2 after SS2:
1.Mikkelsen 39m47.0s; 2.Camilli+5.8s; 3.Suninen+47.1s; 4.Bouffier+51.4s; 5.Rossel+1m13.8s; 6.Pellier+1m15.6s

Fri 12:08 - Corsica overall after SS2:
1.Meeke 38m18.8s; 2.Ogier+8.9s; 3.Neuville+17.2s; 4.Tänak +21.5s; 5.Sordo+26.7s; 6.Breen+29.7s

Fri 12:05 - SS2: WRC 2 Veiby
Fifth fastest for the Norwegian so far. "Much better than the first stage so seems like it's going in the right direction.

Fri 12:03 - SS2: WRC 2 Bouffier
The Frenchman stays fourth in category but isn't totally happy: "I'm doing my best but really struggling. Going wide on the corners and need to find a way to change that. It's not really good."

Fri 12:01 - SS2: WRC 2 Kopecky
The Czech driver has lost more than three minutes with power steering issues. "There is something broken in the steering rack and we can't fix it. Quite interesting to drive so we have to go really slow."

Fri 12:00 - SS2: WRC 2 Suninen
The Finn is third fastest. "It was okay but I made a small mistake on a small road but I think the time is okay for me."

Fri 11:58 - SS2: WRC 2 Mikkelsen
The Norwegian is fastest to extend his category lead to 5.8s in his Skoda Fabia R5. "This stage was cleaner so easier to drive safe and be quite fast."

Fri 11:56 - SS2: WRC 2 Camilli
The Frenchman is through in 19m 03.5s. He stays second in WRC 2. "Yes, I pushed pretty hard in that one."

Fri 11:54 - SS2: Lefebvre
The Frenchman is ninth quickest in this test. He's 1m 06.1s off the overall lead and currently sits ninth overall.

Fri 11:52 - SS2: Paddon
He goes eighth fastest on this one. "It felt not so bad but the time's not anywhere so that's a bit surprising. We'll sit down with the data over lunch and see what's not working."

Fri 11:50 - SS2: Evans
He's lost 2m 07s in this stage: "We have an issue with the hydraulics."

Fri 11:49 - SS2: Evans
The Welshman has clearly hit trouble in this stage. He's dropped 1m 44s at the final split time. Should be at the finish shortly to shed some light on the situation.

Fri 11:47 - SS2: Breen
The Citroën driver goes eighth fastest so far. "I'm happy to be in and around the top places. Kris is on fire but I'm driving pretty safe and there's definitely room for improvement."

Fri 11:45 - SS2: Meeke
The Northern Irishman goes fastest on this one to extend his lead to 8.9s overall. "Really good. This is the stage where Ogier cleaned everyone last year. We had a good recce and it's showing in the times. Let's get a new pair of shoes and see what we can do this afternoon."

Fri 11:43 - SS2: Neuville
He's 3.0s off Ogier's leading pace so far: "It was okay. I was struggling a but with rhythm and could go faster. But we will see what we can do later today after we make some more changes."

Fri 11:42 - SS2: Hänninen update
The Finn isn't starting this speed test and his day is over. He's heading back to service at Bastia Airport to repair the damage he suffered on SS1 He should restart tomorrow.

Fri 11:40 - SS2: Sordo
The Spaniard is 9.6s off the benchmark pace at the end of this one.

Fri 11:39 - SS2: Tänak
He's second fastest so far in this one. "The pace is very nice but in the wide roads I'm struggling with the balance. For sure, it's not so nice even though we made some changes after the first stage."

Fri 11:37 - SS2: Latvala
He's 9.2s slower than Ogier at the finish line and he knows why: "I can still see that on dry Tarmac I'm not driving well enough. I'm hesitating too much. The car is fine but I need to improve myself."

Fri 11:35 - SS2: Ogier
"Yes, a good feeling on this stage as the road was a bit smoother. We changed a few things on the car and it was better for this one. I had good fun."

Fri 11:33 - SS2: Ogier
He's through the finish already. His time is 18m 25.5s.

Fri 11:30 - SS2: Meeke
The rally leader is continuing his good form at the start of this one. He's already 2.2s up at the first split. Ogier is next up as Tänak's early charge has faded slightly.

Fri 11:23 - SS2: Tänak
The Estonian is fastest at the first split. He's 0.6s up on his M-Sport team-mate Ogier.

Fri 11:21 - SS2: Ogier
The Frenchman's through the first split. He's 2.3s faster than Toyota's Latvala already.

Fri 11:16 - Tyre info
Just a reminder that all of the Michelin-shod runners took five hard compound tyres with them this morning.

Fri 11:15 - Split info
There are three splits in this stage. The first is at 6.90km, the second at 15.30km and the third is at 23.40km.

Fri 11:14 - SS2: Live
Ogier has left the start line and is on his way. Can he reduce Kris Meeke's early advantage on this one?

Fri 11:11 - WRC Live:
Emyr Penlan will be at the end of SS2 to get immediate reaction from the drivers. You can find a radio link in the LIVE section on the homepage.

Fri 11:09 - SS2: Ready to go
Five minutes until we're underway! Live at 11.14.

Fri 10:58 - Stage info: SS2 – Plage du Liamone - Sarrola-Carcopino 1 (29.12km)
A fast climb from Liamone beach leads to a tight hairpin at Casaligione. There’s a change of pace and profile as a wide, twisty road heads to Furcina bridge before a string of corners along a winding bumpy climb to Calcatoggio hairpin. After the villages of Sant’ Andrea d’Orcino and Cannelle, wide asphalt leads to Col de Sarzoggio and then a tricky run down to the finish.

Fri 10:57 - Corsica JWRC after SS1:
1.Solans 22m59.2s; 2.Duggan+20.2s; 3.Folb+24.3s; 4.Wagner+25.8s; 5. Ciamin+33.3s; 6. Radstrom+1m22.5s

Fri 10:47 - Up next:
The leading crews are now on their way to SS2 which gets underway at 11.14.

Fri 10:46 - SS1: JWRC Tannert
The young German loses more than three minutes after picking up a puncture in the opening test.

Fri 10:44 - SS1: JWRC Wagner
Fourth fastest for the Belgian. "The stage was difficult but it was okay for the first one."

Fri 10:43 - SS1 JWRC Duggan
The Irishman goes second fastest on his maiden WRC stage. "Yes, definitely a positive start. Didn't feel like it – very sloppy. But we're happy with that and we'll look forward to getting into the next one."

Fri 10:41 - SS1: JWRC Folb
The championship returnee is 24.3s slower than Solans at the stage finish. "I had a bit of stress this morning and the first stage wasn't good for me. Hopefully things will improve now."

Fri 10:39 - SS1: JWRC Solans
He's fastest so far. "Really difficult ad so slippery in some places. Okay, we tried to push a bit but the championship is new so we have to be careful."

Fri 10:25 - Service info:
Remember, the crews don't have the benefit of a full lunchtime service today. All they have is a remote regroup and tyre fitting zone in Porticcio after SS2.

Fri 10:24 - Corsica WRC 2 after SS1:
1.Mikkelsen 20m47.1s; 2.Camilli+2.2s; 3.Kopecky+19.7s; 4.Loubet+23.9s; 5.Suninen+24.0s 6.Bouffier+25.9s

Fri 10:19 - SS1: Hänninen
The Finn has reached the end of the stage and explains the drama that's ruined his first stage. "I went wide on a corner and hit a bridge. The (steering) arm was bent so we stopped to see. There was then a fire on the right-rear and it too a long time to stop that."

Fri 10:17 - Corsica after SS1:
1. Meeke 19m56.5s; 2.Ogier+5.7s; 3.Neuville+11s; 4.Tänak +13.9s; 4= Sordo+13.9s; 6. Breen+16.9s

Fri 10:14 - SS1: WRC 2 Loubet
The local driver is fourth fastest so far in WRC 2, despite the brakes on his car overheating. A great start for the youngster.

Fri 10:13 - SS1: WRC 2 Veiby
The Junior WRC graduate is 44.5s off the ultimate WRC 2 pace. "Wow. This one was not easy at all. The last 10km I was very nervous and kept it steady on the road."

Fri 10:12 - SS1: WRC 2 Bergkvist
"First time for me here and a lot of places were very slippery. I have a lot of understeer but without a service it's something I'll have to live with."

Fri 10:10 - SS1: WRC 2 Bouffier
"I had a very bad feeling which is a shame. I couldn't place my car very well and that meant I couldn't go on the throttle at the right time. I will change the set up."

Fri 10:09 - SS1: WRC 2 Kopecky
The Czech driver goes third fastest in his category but is complaining about a lack of power steering at the end of the stage. With no service today, that could be an issue.

Fri 10:08 - SS1: WRC Mikkelsen
The Skoda man is leading WRC 2. "Today was an okay stage but impossible to commit because we have no gravel crew. I backed off in every corner because I could see some dirt on the road. Not very enjoyable."

Fri 10:06 - SS1: Hänninen
The Finn's times were really strong at the final split. But the tracking system is showing he's stopped in the stage. More as we get it...

Fri 10:02 - SS1: Lefebvre
The Frenchman is 10th fastest so far, 36.4s off the pace. "The grip was very good at the start but there was lots of grit on the road at the finish."

Fri 10:01 - SS1: Paddon
The Hyundai driver finds himself 28.6s off the ultimate pace on his unfavoured surface. "The problem is all of the cuts are making the road wet. There's a lot of mud and that doesn't help the confidence."

Fri 09:59 - SS1: Evans
The man that won WRC 2 on the event in 2016 is 31.9s off the pace this time around in his DMACK-shod Fiesta WRC. "Pretty difficult and the grip is really, really low for us. Need to try and see what we can do. Would be nice to drive at full attack."

Fri 09:56 - SS1: Breen
He's 16.9s slower than his Citroën team-mate at the finish. "Quite happy. I've changed my Tarmac driving style completely and quite happy with the time. I've tried to smooth my style a little bit."

Fri 09:54 - SS1: Meeke
The Rally Mexico winner goes fastest! He's 5.7s faster than Ogier – despite a nose bleed during the stage. "I enjoyed it. The car's working fantastic. Thanks to my team for the hard work we put in during the test. A good start, but there's a long way to go."

Fri 09:52 - SS1: Neuville
The Hyundai driver comes in as the second fastest so far – 5.3s slower than Ogier. "The last part of the stage was very slippery and dusty as well. I tried to drive well but not 100% happy with the car and struggled with some understeer. I was out of the line a few times. It wasn't a perfect, clean run."

Fri 09:50 - SS1: Sordo
He's 8.2 slower than pacesetter Ogier. "In some places I didn't feel very comfy in the car and I didn't have the confidence. Some places were a little bit damp as well."

Fri 09:48 - SS1: Tänak
The M-Sport driver is 8.2s down on his team-mate Ogier at the end of the opener. "The car balance was quite good but when the tyre warmed up it started to understeer a bit."

Fri 09:46 - SS1: Latvala
The Finn is 16.7s slower than Ogier at the finish line. "I was expecting we would lose. There was damp at the end of the stage and I had quite a lot of understeer and was hesitating. I knew I was losing time."

Fri 09:45 - SS1: Ogier
The Frenchman's stage time in the opener is 20m 02.2sec. Let's see how the others shape up compared to that...

Fri 09:44 - SS1: Ogier
The Frenchman has completed the opening test. "I didn't drive too well on the bumpy section of the stage, so I took it easy."

Fri 09:43 - SS1: Meeke
The Citroën driver is on a flyer! He's only 3.8s faster than Ogier at the second split in the opening stage.

Fri 09:42 - SS1: Neuville
The Hyundai driver is closest to Ogier's pace at the 15.40km split. He's only 1.9s slower.

Fri 09:36 - SS1: Sordo
The Spaniard – traditionally more confident on asphalt – is closest to Ogier's pace so far. He's only 2.6s down at the first split

Fri 09:33 - SS1: Tänak
The Estonian's first spit is in and he's 6.8s slower than Ogier at the 6.9km marker

Fri 09:31 - SS1: Latvala
The Toyota driver finds himself 8.0s down on Ogier at the first split. The M-Sport driver is pushing early.

Fri 09:27 - SS1: Live
Ogier, Latvala and Tänak are now into the first test. Let's see how they get on...

Fri 09:25 - Road conditions
The skies are blue and that means the opening stage is largely dry. However, there are some damp patches under the trees.

Fri 09:18 - Stage info: SS1 – Pietrosella - Albitreccia 1 (31.20km)
There’s no easy start as drivers are greeted by some of Corsica’s toughest roads. Last year’s opening 26km have been replaced by a new 7.40km section that follows a twisty, bumpy road before joining the 2016 route at the famous Pietrosella hairpin. It’s onwards and upwards along a poorly surfaced road to the legendary Col de Bellevalle hairpin. It widens on the climb to Bisinao, before a narrow road with many surface changes leads to the finish in Albitreccia.

Fri 09:16 - First stage: 09.22
That’s the time Ogier will launch his Ford Fiesta RS WRC into the first stage, bidding to repeat his 2016 success on home soil.

Fri 09:15 - WRC Live
Becs Williams is doing her thing in the radio studio, while Colin Clark and Emyr Penlan are the end of stage reporters in Corsica. You can find a radio link in the LIVE section on the homepage.

Fri 09:12 - Time zones
All times quoted on here are local to Corsica, so that’s CET (GMT +1)

Fri 09:11 - Start intervals
The World Rally Cars will be spaced two minutes apart, while the rest of the field will run at one-minute intervals.

Fri 09:11 - Who else is running?
The Che Guevara Energy Drink Tour de Corse is also the fourth round of the WRC 2 series and the first round of the Junior WRC.

Fri 09:09 - Friday's start order
The WRC crews will leave the line in championship order today. That means world champion Sébastien Ogier leads the way. The order is: 1 Ogier, 2 Latvala, 3 Tänak, 4 Sordo, 5 Neuville, 6 Meeke, 7 Breen, 8 Evans, 9 Paddon, 10 Lefebvre, 11 Hanninen.

Fri 09:08 - Weather
The sun is shining brightly on the stages close to Ajaccio and the temperature is hovering around the 11℃ mark. Perfect conditions!

Fri 09:05 - The precise route
We kick things off with a loop of two stages this morning. The 31.20km test at Pietrosella - Albitreccia 1 is then followed by the slightly shorter 29.12km run though Plage du Liamone - Sarrola-Carcopino 1. The same loop is then repeated this afternoon.

Fri 09:04 - The plan for today
The crews have headed to the south west of the island to tackle four asphalt stages, close to the coastal town of Ajaccio.

Fri 09:02 - Bonjour –
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# Pilote Copilote Equipe/Voiture Eligibilité Groupe Classe Contrôle Motif
7 GBRK. MEEKE IRLP. NAGLE Citroën Total Abu Dhabi WRT
Citroen C3 WRC
M RC1 TC6A MECHANICAL
11 FINJ. HANNINEN FINK. LINDSTROM Toyota Gazoo Racing WRT
Toyota Yaris WRC
M RC1 SF9 MECHANICAL
36 FRAB. BOUFFIER FRAD. GIRAUDET Gemini Clinic Rally Team
Ford Fiesta R5
WRC2 RC2 SF3 MECHANICAL
39 FRAY. BONATO FRAB. BOULLOUD Yoann Bonato
Citroen DS3 R5
WRC2 RC2 SF7 MECHANICAL
43 SVKM. KOCI CZEL. KOSTKA Styllex - Lracing
Skoda Fabia R5
WRC2 RC2 SF5 OFF ROAD
45 FRAL. PELLIER FRAB. NEYRET-GIGOT Laurent Pellier
Citroen DS3 R5
WRC2 RC2 SF7 MECHANICAL
64 FRAL. ASTIER FRAL. DECLERCK Loic Astier
Citroen DS3 R3T
WRC3 RC3 SF2 MECHANICAL
86 FRAJ. SUCCI FRAG. DINI Jean-Francois Succi
Ford Fiesta R5
RC2 TC8F
107 BELW. WAGNER FRAK. PARENT William Wagner
Ford Fiesta R2
WRC3JWRC RC4 SF7 OFF ROAD
120 FRAR. THIERY FRAF. THIERY Richard Thiery
Peugeot 207 S2000
NATA – A7S SS7 MECHANICAL
121 FRAJ. LEANDRI FRAA. GORGUILO Jean-Mathieu Leandri
Porsche 996 GT3 RS
NATGT – GT10 TC4A MECHANICAL
122 FRAB. LAROCHE FRAY. VERNHES Benjamin Laroche
Subaru Impreza WRX STI
NATA – A8/FA8 TC4E
124 FRAT. MATTEI FRAA. PIETRI Thierry Mattei
Mitsubishi Lancer EVO 9
NATR – R4 SF9 OFF ROAD
128 FRAP. NANNUCCI FRAA. NESTA Pierre-Marc Nannucci
Renault Clio R3
RC3 SF9 OFF ROAD
129 FRAG. COUVAL FRAO. BELOT Guillaume Couval
Renault Clio R3
RC3 TC4E
131 FRAP. KEMP FRAJ. KEMP Pierre Kemp
Renault Clio R3
RC3 SF5 MECHANICAL
133 FRAY. ROSSI FRAB. VOLPEI Yannick Rossi
Mitsubishi Lancer EVO 9
NATN – FN4 SF7 MECHANICAL
141 FRAP. FAVRE FRAC. MARTIN Patrick Favre
Renault Clio Williams
NATA – FA7 SF5 MECHANICAL
143 FRAA. MARI FRAJ. Do CESARI Alain Mari
Renault Clio RS Ragnotti
NATN – FN3 SF6 MECHANICAL
144 FRAC. CAHUZAC FRAS. PONSOT Christophe Cahuzac
Renault Clio RS Ragnotti
NATN – FN3 TC4E

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