WRC » Acropolis Rally WRC: Result


Sebastien Ogier takes his third victory of the season in Greece and wins the Power Stage; Sebastien Loeb has to settle for the runners-up spot - 10.5 seconds adrift; Mikko Hirvonen completes the podium, with early leader Petter Solberg fourth...

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Scoobyfan - Unregistered

June 19, 2011 5:31 PM

Such a pity, the Acropolis had the potential to do for WRC what the Canadian GP did for F1 in producing a stunning result. Instead, what we saw again was a tactical mastery by Citroen. Is this really what the best the WRC can do? I think not.

Grant .

June 19, 2011 8:36 PM

@MrQwerty

Yeah agree is definitely good news - although I hope it doesn't make the events too predictable. As least with tactics it keeps it all open until the final day...

On different note - is nice to see Ogier continuing to really put pressure on Loeb

richard

June 19, 2011 9:50 PM

the running orders will be changed next year, ok, but what is strange about this rally, was that citroen allowed their two drivers to do it. are they grooming ogier as the heir to loeb? did loeb agree to it? did citroen expect loeb to hold off ogier?

questions exist that should be answered.

GoFstr - Unregistered

June 20, 2011 6:22 AM

@ Richard

Citroen don't need team orders because both drivers can comfortably thrash the Ford team.

On that....the Ford team is useless and Malcolm should be punished for having a useless team, waiting until the tarseal rounds at the end of the year if you want see Ford getting spanked even more.

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