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New Zealand - leg 2: Advantage Loeb - just.

Stohl in contrast made good progress moving up the leader-board from 34th position last night to 16th going into service E, sandwiched between all the PWRC runners.

The action now continues Sunday, which is the shortest leg of the rally - but which also includes some of the most spectacular stages of the event.

Based around the west coast town of Raglan, the itinerary comprises two identical loops of three stages, including the famous Whaanga Coast which hugs the Tasman Sea coastline.

The event ends with a third and final pass over the short Mystery Creek super special stage. After leaving Hamilton at 07.40 hours, drivers tackle 95.94km of competition before the finish at 15.15 hours [all times local].


Related Pictures

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Sebastien Loeb (FRA) / Daniel Elena (MC), Citroen Total WRT C4 WRC. Rally New Zealand. 31st August - 2 September 2007.
Marcus Gronholm (FIN) / Timo Rautiainen (FIN), BP Ford Focus RS WRC 07. Rally New Zealand. 31st August - 2 September 2007.
Mikko Hirvonen (FIN) / Jarmo Lehtinen (FIN), BP Ford Focus RS WRC 07. Rally New Zealand. 31st August - 2 September 2007.
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Craig Breen - Peugeot
Robert Barrable
Josh Moffett
Daniel McKenna
Chris Ingram
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Henning Solberg (NOR) Ilka Minor (AUT), Ford Fiesta WRC
Henning Solberg (NOR) Ilka Minor (AUT), Ford Fiesta WRC
Henning Solberg (NOR) Ilka Minor (AUT), Ford Fiesta WRC
Henning Solberg (NOR) Ilka Minor (AUT), Ford Fiesta WRC
Henning Solberg (NOR) Ilka Minor (AUT), Ford Fiesta WRC
Henning Solberg (NOR) Ilka Minor (AUT), Ford Fiesta WRC
Henning Solberg (NOR) Ilka Minor (AUT), Ford Fiesta WRC
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