Andreas Mikkeslen: It's been a very good day and we're happy to be leading. The stages are very nice and we tried to find a good rhythm, but it wasn't easy. We had a spin this morning, when we hit some loose gravel coming into a corner and lost the back of the car, but you have to push if you want to try and stay in front. Running first on the road tomorrow will be difficult and Nasser [Al-Attiyah] is very quick and will be difficult to beat, but we will try our best to keep him behind us.
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