Breen is still leader in group for third place

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Today’s afternoon was little bit “normal” as morning on Rally Finland. On luck there wasn’t any big accident and overall standings are now like that:
1. Meeke Kris – Nagle Paul ( Citroën DS3 WRC ) 2:22:00.8
2. Latvala Jari-Matti – Anttila Miikka ( Volkswagen Polo R WRC ) +41.0
3. Breen Craig – Martin Scott ( Citroën DS3 WRC ) +1:43.0
4. Tänak Ott – Mõlder Raigo ( Ford Fiesta RS WRC ) +1:54.5
5. Neuville Thierry – Gilsoul Nicolas ( Hyundai i20 WRC ’16 ) +2:00.9
6. Paddon Hayden – Kennard John ( Hyundai i20 WRC ’16 ) +2:03.6
7. Østberg Mads – Fløene Ola ( Ford Fiesta RS WRC ) +2:06.0
8. Mikkelsen Andreas – Jæger Anders ( Volkswagen Polo R WRC ) +2:24.0
9. Lappi Esapekka – Ferm Janne ( Škoda Fabia R5 ) +4:23.6
10. Suninen Teemu – Markkula Mikko ( Škoda Fabia R5 ) +5:10.5

Breen still hold third place overall, but there is little gap between third and eight place overall.
First in WRC2 is still Lappi, second is now Suninen ahead Tidemand, all with Škoda Fabia R5. Far, far away are other drivers:

1. Lappi Esapekka – Ferm Janne ( Škoda Fabia R5 ) 2:26:24.4
2. Suninen Teemu – Markkula Mikko ( Škoda Fabia R5 ) +46.9
3. Tidemand Pontus – Andersson Jonas ( Škoda Fabia R5 ) +58.0
4. Evans Elfyn – Parry Craig ( Ford Fiesta R5 ) +2:08.4
5. Kruuda Karl – Järveoja Martin ( Ford Fiesta R5 ) +3:30.2
6. Solberg Henning – Minor-Petrasko I. ( Ford Fiesta R5 ) +3:41.9
7. Gilbert Quentin – Jamoul Renaud ( Citroën DS3 R5 ) +5:27.2
8. Aasen Marius – Gulbæk Engan V. ( Ford Fiesta R5 ) +6:21.6
9. Bonato Yoann – Giraudet Denis ( Citroën DS3 R5 ) +6:58.5
10. Pedder Scott – Moscatt Dale ( Škoda Fabia R5 ) +7:26.0

In WRC3 is also still leader Veiby, but Tempestini had also some great times:
1. Veiby Ole Christian – Skjærmoen S. ( Citroën DS3 R3T Max ) 2:38:06.1
2. Tempestini Simone – Bernacchini G. ( Citroën DS3 R3T Max ) +18.3
3. Nordgren Juuso – Korhonen Mikael ( Citroën DS3 R3T Max ) +1:36.7
4. Crugnola Andrea – Ferrara Michele ( Citroën DS3 R3T Max ) +2:12.0
5. Dubert Vincent – Coria Alexandre ( Citroën DS3 R3T Max ) +5:58.2

After Pryce’s retirement in Drive DMACK Cup is now new leader Vatanen, Sousa is second and Brzezinski third.