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WRC Rally Sweden 2017 - Day 1
Posted by WRC - 11/02/17 05:02AM - 0 Comments - WRC - 1/52/53/54/55/5

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Told to be one of the hardest one to predict, Rally Sweden kicked off for real with a day that proved to be an exceptional one for two drivers: Thierry Neuville and Pontus Tidemand.

Both driving the best runs of their lives, so far, showing the rest of the competition that they’re “in it to win it”(to quote an old American Idol judge) for real this time.

Neuville edged five stage wins out of the total seven, absolutely crushing it on SS7 where he really left the others behind.
Tidemand didn’t have any plans on being any less impressive, also edging five stage wins, leaving for the night with a comfortable lead.

But, don’t think for a second that the others are gonna let them off easy.
The four time champ was really struggling out in the fresh snow, but tomorrow is another day – anyone wanna bet against that he will show something completely different then?
Didn’t think so.

Due to safety reasons after analyzing the average speeds on SS9, SS12 Knon 2 is cancelled. This after recommendations from FIA.
 



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1. S. Ogier 100
2. T. Neuville 90
3. O. Tanak 72
4. A. Mikkelsen 54
5. D. Sordo 45
6. K. Meeke 43
ERC Standings (After Round 2/8)
1. A. Lukyanuk 76
2. B. Magalhaes 35
3. R. Moura 30
4. N. Gryazin 30
5. F. Kreim 26
6. C. Ingram 18
 
       
       
       
       
       
       

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