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WRC Wales Rally GB 2012
Sebastien Loeb will be the first driver to select his road position for
Wales Rally GB's opening stages on Friday after he topped a dramatic
Qualifying Stage in his Citroen DS3 WRC this afternoon.
Loeb, who is chasing his ninth FIA World Rally Championship drivers' title
and Citroen's eighth makes' award this season, took 2m22.260s to complete
the 3.91-kilometre stage at the Walters Arena complex north of the event
base in Cardiff.
"It was a good run," said the French ace and current WRC title leader. "I
made one or two small mistakes but I am happy, it was not raining for me."
But while Loeb has gained an early advantage in his bid for his fourth
Rally GB triumph, rival Petter Solberg was left frustrated as it began to
rain just as he was about to launch his Ford Fiesta RS WRC from the stage
"It's unbelievable," he said after losing out to Loeb by 0.051s. "The rain
tap is turned on again at the start line [just like in Germany]. I didn't
know what the grip would be like and I was braking too early for some of
the corners. It's frustrating but I still have one aim and that is to win."
With drivers picking their road position at the ceremonial start in
Llandudno on Thursday evening in order of fastest to slowest, Solberg will
select his place on the road after Loeb.
Mikko Hirvonen, in the second works Citroen, was third quickest with
Citroen Junior Thierry Neuville - making his Rally GB debut - fourth
fastest, +0.878s down on Loeb. Factory Ford pilot and last year's winner
Jari-Matti Latvala was fifth quickest, 1.133s slower than Loeb with Ford
privateer Mads Ostberg completing the top six.
Matthew Wilson, contesting a Qualifying Stage for the first time in his
career, was ninth fastest with Chris Atkinson the leading MINI John Cooper
Works WRC driver in 11th place. The Australian reported sliding wide at one
corner but was otherwise satisfied with his efforts