The organisers of the 72nd Rallye Automobile Monte Carlo have been forced to cancel another stage of the event, this time SS10 has been axed.

Tourette du Chateau 2 [24.80 km], ran earlier in the day as SS8, was called off due to safety concerns, early reports suggesting spectators problems are to blame.

Yesterday [Friday], the opening test of the event [SS1] was cancelled due to the volume of spectators, deemed too many to allow the test to go ahead. SS7 today was also stopped following Nicolas Vouilloz's accident - his crashed 206 blocked the route.

The rally, currently led by Sebastien Loeb, is now scheduled to resume at 1635 hours local time [1535 hours UK time] with SS11: Sigale-Col de Bleine 2 [28.39km]. This test will conclude the second leg.

More to follow then...



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