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Ogier: I’ve been fighting WRC rules for years

Sebastien Ogier has produced a defiant response to the controversial end to his Rally Sweden after being handicapped by his starting road position throughout the event. The reigning World Rally Champion won the 2018 season opener Rallye Monte-Carlo ensuring he’d start the opening leg of Rally Sweden at the front regardless of general classification position. Due to the heavy snow across the Rally Sweden stages Ogier felt he was effectively acting as a snow plough for his WRC rivals. The effect of being the first driver to clear the snow was evident on the times as Ogier struggled at the bottom of the times in the premier class – at times coming under threat from WRC2 contenders – to...
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