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Solberg wins Acropolis Rally.

Teams now move to Turkey for the seventh round of the FIA World Rally Championship and the last of a trio of hot, rough rallies.

Beginning on Thursday 24 June, the rally, which has been moved from its original February date is now in its second WRC year and will once again be based around a single service point in the holiday resort of Kemer. Crews will contest 383.33 competitive kilometres, over three Legs and 17 gravel stages, run over twisty mountain roads.


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