WRC » Ogier hangs onto P1 in Turkey


Citroen's Sebastien Ogier heads the pack in Turkey with just the short Istanbul SSS left to run prior to the conclusion of the opening leg.

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Chris - Unregistered

April 16, 2010 3:30 PM

Good effort from Ogier. Nice to see some of the Junior drivers have talent.

And where is our own home grown rallying hero?? Chasing Ogier down hard in second may be? No, that's right, absolutely nowhere. Behind Kimi. How can our slower-than-treacle Wilson look at himself?

It's taken Kimi just 4 events to get the measure of our very own wretched excuse of a professional driver. A disgrace to anyone associated with the Blue Oval.

Tomi - Unregistered

April 16, 2010 3:48 PM

Don't know if it is down to team orders but It looks like Ogier was asked to go flat out to be able to clean the path for Dani Sordo tomorrow.

Hirvonen played well, starting in 3rd with 15 seconds bonus over Loeb will probably help him, but Seb Loeb and probably Solberg have the ressources needed to counter his attacks.

The rally really starts tomorrow. It's a shame that there is not enough 'openers' to clean the road before the real racers.

Chris - Unregistered

April 16, 2010 4:24 PM

Must say the tactic of running comic genius Wilson 8th on every event is very cunning. No one can be that slow everywhere, surely. Haven't quite figured out what the objective is but I'm sure it's devil-ishly clever.

AndyHew01

April 16, 2010 6:05 PM

Matt and Malcolm will be happy as they will be made up that he is battling with the 2007 Formula 1 World Champion. Remember Kimi has beaten Alonso, Hamilton, so if Matt is battling with Kimi then he must be ask good as all these guys

We all know it doesn't really work like that though :? :? :?

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