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Kris Meeke claims second 2017 WRC victory in Spain

Kris Meeke mastered the final two legs of Rally de España to win by 28.0s in his Citroën C3, just three rounds after his form sank to such a low that he was dropped from the team. Ogier fended off team-mate Ott Tänak to claim second by 5.0s. Title rival Thierry Neuville retired this morning with broken suspension and Ogier can secure the crown at the penultimate round in Britain later this month. Their M-Sport World Rally Team moved within touching distance of a first manufacturers’ title since 2007. The Ford Fiesta pair need only finish in Britain, irrespective of their overall placings, to take the championship. Meeke’s strong pace on the...
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