Historic Rally Festival 2013 [HD] by JM
Best of Historic Rally Festival 2013.
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Extreme Volvo Rallying 2013
Extreme Volvo Rallying 2013 innehåller Volvos som vanligt! Avåkningar och
bilåka. Volvo 240 och 940 är de vanligaste i Svenska rallyn hittills.
Extreme Volvo Rallying 2013 contains Volvos, as usual. Offs and just Volvos
is included. Volvo 940 and 240 are the most common in Swedish Rallies, yet.
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Rally Sweden 2013 Historic Cars
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WRC Rally Sweden 2013 SS4 Colins Crest & SS6
Sebastien Ogier completed a hat-trick of stage wins this afternoon to
increase his lead to 32.2sec with just a repeat of last night's
curtain-raising super special stage in Karlstad remaining.
The Frenchman was fastest through the final Vargasen forest test by 6.6sec
in a Volkswagen Polo R, his fifth win from six stages emphasising his
dominance. Ogier benefited from the best start position, but that advantage
was earned with fastest in qualifying yesterday.
"Incredible. It's a really good feeling. This morning wasn't perfect but it
was enough with a good road position. This afternoon was perfect,"
Sebastien Loeb and Jari-Matti Latvala battled all day for best of the rest
behind Ogier. Four times the duo swapped positions but an intercom problem
for Latvala in Vargasen meant Loeb holds second, a slender 1.5sec ahead of
The Citroen DS3 driver was third fastest in SS6, 2.0sec ahead of Latvala,
and said: "It started to be hard for the tyres in here. I had two spares
and used them both. The road is cleaning because the times behind me are faster. Tomorrow our start position
will be closer to the others."
Mads Ostberg, in a Qatar M-Sport Fiesta RS, was the only man other than
Ogier to win a stage today. A 20sec road penalty imposed when the Norwegian
was late starting stage three after stopping to fix a leaking water pipe
left him fourth, 42.8sec from the lead.
But the Norwegian, tipped by many as a potential winner, remains confident.
"We have good speed and we should be able to catch Loeb and Latvala
tomorrow, but Ogier is just too fast," he said.
Behind Ostberg in fifth is Evgeny Novikov. He is 10.5sec clear of Pontus
Tidemand, the young Swede excelling on his championship debut in a World
Rally Car, with Juho Hanninen a further 29.0sec behind in seventh.
Thierry Neuville, Henning Solberg and Martin Prokop, all in Fiesta RS cars,
round off the top 10.