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Sebastien Ogier poised to win and retain WRC Drivers' title
Sebastien Ogier completes SS12 with a 27.9 sec cushion
Sebastien Ogier sees his overnight cut, but remains 28.3s ahead
Itinerary for the 12th round in WRC 2014
UPDATED: Sebastien Ogier will go into the final day of Rally de Espana with a 27.3sec cushion over Jari-Matti Latvala, a result that would ensure he retains his WRC Drivers’ crown
Volkswagen’s Sebastien Ogier pretty much maintained his advantage on Rally de Espana on Saturday afternoon, despite a scare in SS11.
UPDATED: Former Formula 1 driver Robert Kubica has retired from day two of Rally de Espana after taking a wheel off in SS11.
Sebastien Ogier sees his overnight lead on Rally de Espana cut by 8.3 seconds following Saturday’s opening three stages, but he still remains 28.3s up on Jari-Matti Latvala and very much in control
Sebastien Ogier increases his lead on Rally de Espana to 36.6 seconds, with Thierry Neuville losing time in SS7 after having to stop and change a tyre
Esapekka Lappi can make it two wins out of two on Switzerland’s round of the FIA European Rally Championship – providing he makes it through Saturday’s longest leg unscathed
M-Sport's Elfyn Evans retires from day one of Rally de Espana after going off the road in the penultimate test of the leg.
Volkswagen’s Sebastien Ogier has taken the lead on Rally de Espana following Friday’s opening loop of stages
Former England cricketer Graeme Swann will look to swap off-spin for no spins as he prepares for a potential WRC debut on Wales Rally GB next month. - M9OXO
Former England cricketer Graeme Swann will look to swap off-spin for no spins as he prepares for a potential WRC debut on Wales Rally GB next month.