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Four wins from four events means Sebastien Loeb heads to the next World Rally Championship round in Argentina with a maximum 40 points in his pocket.

Nonetheless, Mikko Hirvonen is keeping him honest in second position, his fourth podium of the year keeping Loeb pegged at ten points – one error from the Frenchman on the next event can still haul Hirvonen back into contention.

However, Citroen are very much in charge of the manufacturers' standings, Dani Sordo doing what was asked of him to finish in third, while Jari-Matti Latvala dented Ford's hopes with his crash on day one.

In the drivers' standings, Henning and Petter Solberg are now equal on points in fourth, while they, along with Matthew Wilson, remain ahead of Latvala.

Armindo Araujo now leads the Production WRC class after winning on home ground, while Michal Kosciuszko is equal with leader Martin Prokop in JWRC after Prokop chose to compete in PWRC for this event instead.


World Rally Drivers' Championship (after 4 of 12 rounds):

1. Sebastien Loeb Citroen Total WRT C4 WRC 40 points
2. Mikko Hirvonen BP Ford Abu Dhabi Focus RS WRC 08 30 points
3. Daniel Sordo Citroen Total WRT C4 WRC 23 points
4. Henning Solberg Stobart Ford Focus RS WRC 08 14 points
= Petter Solberg PS WRT Citroen Xsara WRC 14 points
6. Matthew Wilson Stobart Ford Focus RS WRC 08 8 points
7. Jari-Matti Latvala BP Ford Abu Dhabi Focus RS WRC 6 points
8. Chris Atkinson Citroen Junior Team C4 WRC 4 points
= Federico Villagra Munchi's Ford Focus RS WRC 4 points
10. Sebastien Ogier Citroen Junior Team C4 WRC 3 points
= Mads Ostberg Adapta Subaru WRC 3 points
= Conrad Rautenbach Citroen Junior Team C4 WRC 3 points
13. Khalid Al Qassimi BP Ford Abu Dhabi Focus RS WRC 08 3 points
= Urmo Aava Stobart VK Ford Focus RS WRC 1 point


World Rally Manufacturers' Championship (after 4 of 12 rounds):

1. Citroen Total WRT 64 points
2. BP Ford Abu Dhabi WRT 40 points
3. Stobart VK M-Sport Ford RT 27 points
4. Citroen Junior Team 11 points
5. Munchi's Ford WRT 7 points


Production Car World Rally Championship (for drivers) (after 3 of 8 rounds):

1. Armindo Araujo Mitsubishi Lancer Evo IX 23
points

2. Patrik Sandell Skoda Fabia S2000 20 points
3. Eyvind Brynildsen Mitsubishi Lancer Evo IX 14 points
4. Martin Prokop Mitsubishi Lancer Evo IX 14 points
5. Nasser Al-Attiyah Subaru Impreza N14 11 points
6. Andis Neiksans Mitsubishi Lancer Evo IX 8 points
7. Toshi Arai Subaru Impreza 5 points
8. Mark Tapper Mitsubishi Lancer Evo X 4 points
9. Jaromir Tarabus Fiat Grande Punto S2000 3 points
= Charalambos Timotheou Mitsubishi Lancer Evo IX 3 points


Junior World Rally Championship (for drivers) (after 3 of 8 rounds):

1. Martin Prokop Citroen C2 S1600 18 points
= Michal Kosciuszko Suzuki Swift S1600 18 points
3. Aaron Burkart Suzuki Swift S1600 16 points
4. Kevin Abbring Renault Clio R3 12 points
5. Simone Bertolotti Suzuki Swift S1600 8 points
6. Luca Griotti Renault Clio R3 8 points
7. Hans Weijs Jr Citroen C2 S1600 6 points
8. Yoann Bonato Suzuki Swift Sport 5 points
9. Alessandro Bettega Renault Clio R3 4 points

Note: Rally Norway did not count as part of the Junior World Rally Championship.


Related Pictures

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Sebastien Loeb (FRA) Daniel Elena (MON), Citroën C4, Citroën Total World Rally Team
12.02.2017 - 1st place Jari-Matti Latvala (FIN)-Miikka Anttila (FIN) Toyota Yaris WRC, Toyota Gazoo Racing WRT, 2nd place Ott Tanak (EAU)-Martin Jarveoja (EST),Ford Fiesta WRC, M‐Sport World Rally Team and 3rd place Sébastien Ogier (FRA)-Julien Ingrassia (FRA) Ford Fiesta WRC, M‐Sport World Rally Team
12.02.2017 - 1st place Jari-Matti Latvala (FIN)-Miikka Anttila (FIN) Toyota Yaris WRC, Toyota Gazoo Racing WRT, 2nd place Ott Tanak (EAU)-Martin Jarveoja (EST),Ford Fiesta WRC, M‐Sport World Rally Team and 3rd place Sébastien Ogier (FRA)-Julien Ingrassia (FRA) Ford Fiesta WRC, M‐Sport World Rally Team
12.02.2017 - Jukka KETOMÄKI (FIN) - Jarkko ALANEN (FIN) Skoda Fabia R5
12.02.2017 - Gus GREENSMITH (GBR) - Craig PARRY (GBR) Ford Fiesta R5
12.02.2017 - Gus GREENSMITH (GBR) - Craig PARRY (GBR) Ford Fiesta R5
12.02.2017 - Hiroki ARAI (JPN) - Glenn MACNEALL (AUS) Ford Fiesta R5, Tommi Mäkinen Racing
12.02.2017 - Alexey LUKYANUK (RUS) - Alexey ARNAUTOV (RUS) Ford Fiesta R5
12.02.2017 - Eric Camilli (FRA)-Benjamin Veillas (FRA) Ford Fiesta, M‐Sport World Rally Team
12.02.2017 - Eric Camilli (FRA)-Benjamin Veillas (FRA) Ford Fiesta, M‐Sport World Rally Team
12.02.2017 - Eric Camilli (FRA)-Benjamin Veillas (FRA) Ford Fiesta, M‐Sport World Rally Team
12.02.2017 - Emil BERGKVIST (SWE) - Joakim SJÖBERG (SWE) Citroën DS3 R5
12.02.2017 - Emil BERGKVIST (SWE)  Citroën DS3 R5
12.02.2017 - Jarosław KOLTUN (POL) - Ireneusz PLESKOT (POL) Ford Fiesta R5, C‐Rally
12.02.2017 - Eyvind BRYNILDSEN (NOR) - Anders FREDRIKSSON (SWE) Ford Fiesta R5 Adapta Motorsport AS
12.02.2017 - Ole Christian VEIBY (NOR) Skoda Fabia R5, Printsport
12.02.2017 - Ole Christian VEIBY (NOR) - Stig Rune SKJÆRMOEN (NOR) Skoda Fabia R5, Printsport
12.02.2017 - Ole Christian VEIBY (NOR) - Stig Rune SKJÆRMOEN (NOR) Skoda Fabia R5, Printsport

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