Toyota's Rally France : Day 3. Tanak takes second, Lappi wins the Power Stage
3. Thierry Neuville / Nicolas Gilsoul (Hyundai i20 Coupe WRC) - +1m07.5s
4. Dani Sordo / Carlos del Barrio (Hyundai i20 Coupe WRC) - +2m02.6s
5. Elfyn Evans / Phil Mills (Ford Fiesta WRC) - +2m06.1s
6. Esapekka Lappi / Janne Ferm (Toyota Yaris WRC) - +2m33.5s
7. Andreas Mikkelsen / Anders Jaeger (Hyundai i20 Coupe WRC) - +2m43.4s
8. Jan Kopecky / Pavel Dresler (Skoda Fabia R5) - +10m34.8s
9. Kris Meeke / Paul Nagle (Citroen C3 WRC) - +10m40.5s
10. Yoann Bonato / Benjamin Boulloud (Citroen C3 R5) - +12m26.0s
Jari-Matti Latvala / Miikka Anttila (Toyota Yaris WRC)
Round five of the WRC will take place on Rally Argentina from April 26-29. Some stages take place on high-speed soft and sandy roads in the valleys, while others are run on rocky mountain tracks. The softer stages are prone to becoming heavily rutted as more cars pass over them, while fog and even ice can sometimes be found in the mountain sections, with weather conditions often changeable.
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