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Jari-Matti Latvala win Rally Sweden 2017
Posted by WRC - 12/02/17 12:10PM - 0 Comments - WRC - 1/52/53/54/55/5

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New car, new team – old champion.
Jari-Matti Latvala was on another level on the final day of Rally Sweden.

Winning all three stages, including the Power Stage where he just needed to “take it easy” to secure the win, is nothing short of one hell of a statement.
The Finnish sisu was unbreakable this time and he showed everyone that he is back. For real.

Big congrats to Jari-Matti, Toyota GAZOO Racing and old Finnish champion Tommi Mäkinen on an incredible performance.

Equally strong in WRC2 was home hero, Pontus Tidemand.
Being on a level of his own all weekend he, in comparison to Latvala, did take it easy, making sure no mistakes were made on the final day.
A dream come true, finally winning that rally that he has dreamed about all of his life.
This victory will be celebrated here in Sweden, that is for sure.



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2. S. Ogier 122
3. O. Tanak 77
4. E. Lappi 70
5. D. Sordo 60
6. A. Mikkelsen 56
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2. A. Lukyanuk 83
3. N. Herczig 62
4. S. Galatariotis 50
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