Friday, November 11, 2011

Hirvonen accident puts the title on a plate Loeb

Sebastien Loeb (Citroen) leads the Rally of Great Britain, last year's event, after an accident made him lose four minutes the Finn Mikko Hirvonen (Ford) when he was first, which, practically, decant the fight for title for the French.

The day began with an interesting struggle between the two pilots who fought the World Cup. Loeb was able to maintain first place in the initial stages, but in the third disputed Hirvonen snatched the lead with just four seconds ahead.

However, in the fourth, when he was wasting time with 'Seb', according to the timesheets intermediate, suffered an accident that damaged the radiator among other things, so he had to stop, and although he could resume walking had to reduce the pace to complete the stretch.

Loeb caresses his eighth crown
lost nearly four minutes, so say goodbye to the title victory and practically. Loeb risk no longer need to add its eighth crown. It applies only to get ahead of the Scandinavian, and this event has plenty of room for relaxation.

Second is now also Finn Jari-Matti Latvala (Ford), while the third is the Norwegian Mads Otsberg (Ford).

Abandonment of Sordo
Dani Sordo (Mini) had to leave because of an off-track in which fell into a ditch, while his teammate Kris Meeke Britain, remains in the race, but also with problems, so that is tenth.

The conditions are finding the drivers on Friday are muddy and poor visibility, making it very difficult driving, you have to take precautions to reach the finish line.


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