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Sebastien Ogier retains Rally Mexico lead after mad morning

Sebastien Ogier recovered from a mad morning in Mexico on Saturday to retain his lead and remains on course to win a fifth Rally Mexico. The Citroën C3 driver ended the penultimate leg with a 27.0s lead over Elfyn Evans as fierce heat and tough gravel roads continued to take a toll on the FIA World Rally Championship contenders. Ogier’s overnight advantage was wiped out in a dramatic opening Guanajuatito speed test this morning. Team-mate Esapekka Lappi slid his C3 into a ditch 800 metres from the finish, coming to rest partially blocking the track. Kris Meeke and Evans squeezed by before organisers curtailed the stage for safety reasons. Notional times were awarded to...
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