He heads Swede Fredrik Ahlin by 8.9 seconds with Argentine Miguel Baldoni third, 14.9s adrift.
“My strategy has been to drive steadily and carefully, and to just get the car through the stages without damage,” said Riedemann. “It’s not about speed it’s about driving intelligently. I’m not very experienced on gravel so it’s really tough but I’m learning a lot... it’s been a hard lesson for some of the other drivers.”
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