Citroen Junior Team's Sebastien Ogier has lost the lead on the Rally of Turkey after he suffered a puncture in the second test this afternoon.
The incident occurred towards the end of the repeat-run through the 12.98 kilometre Ulupelit test, SS15, when one of his front tyres exploded. He had to stop and change the wheel, something that cost him around 3 minutes.
Ogier now drops down to fifth, with Sebastien Loeb moving up into P1, ahead of Petter Solberg, Mikko Hirvonen and Dani Sordo.
More to follow later...