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2018 Rallye Monte-Carlo – Analysis: Snow stopping Ogier

There have doubtless been more visually spectacular Rallye Monte-Carlo than the 2018 edition, Montes with near constant snow, unruly masses of spectators and bigger entry lists, but that misses the point somewhat. Indeed, the FIA World Rally Championship's annual visit to the foothills of the alps was so fascinating this year because of the relative lack of snow, with much of it restricted to the upper reaches of Saturday morning's loop. It meant that the traditional Monte-Carlo tyre lottery was even tricker to call correctly than usual, and ensured the rally claimed a number of high profile scalps before Friday morning had even begun. The mixture of stages on this years Rallye Monte-Carlo...
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