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Monte Carlo WRC: Tanak cuts into Ogier's lead

Ott Tanak hacked a third out of Sebastien Ogier’s Saturday morning Monte Carlo Rally advantage to get the gap at the top down to 39.5 seconds. Tanak dropped back from Ogier dramatically at the start of the day with what he claimed was a damper problem, and was more than a minute behind going into the second running of the morning’s pair of stages at the start of the afternoon. With reigning World Rally champion Ogier in conservation mode, Tanak bested his 2017 teammate by 15.3s to win SS11. The Toyota driver was then second-fastest through SS12 as Ogier dropped another 8.6s to his pursuer in sixth. However, with only five stages remaining, Ogier’s lead is still a healthy one. A...
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