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Belgium World RX: Solberg ahead on Day 1 despite damage

Petter Solberg leads the Belgian round of the World Rallycross Championship overnight at Mettet, despite damaging the steering on his Volkswagen Supercar at the start of his Q2 race. The Norwegian set the fastest time on a drying track in Q1, half a second faster than Sebastien Loeb to claim pole position for the final race in Q2. From fourth on the grid it was Solberg's teammate Johan Kristroffersson who made the best start in the Q2 encounter. Solberg attempted to tuck into the inside of the track for the tight right-hand first corner and touched the barrier, damaging his VW's steering. Solberg maintained the advantage on the opening lap as Kristoffersson lost out, forced wide in the...
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