US WRC Rally Spain 2021: Newville leads with 0.7 seconds before Evans
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Thierry Neuville overnight after the first race day of the Rally World Cup (WRC) in Spain on the first place. The Belgian has taken on the control of his Hyundai i20 on rating test (WP) 5 the lead and Toyota riders Elfyn Evans, who had dominated the morning, was expelled from place. The two pot of pots disconnect just 0.7 seconds after over an hour of travel.
Neuville came over on WP 5 to Evans because the Welsh had to cope with a small shock second in his Hyundai. Evans came almost from the track, but managed to regain control over his i20. "That was a brenzy situation," says the Welsh. "I came down to the gravel and there she was almost out of the Hyundai."
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The result: Evans was much more careful on the remaining kilometers to risk no failure. This used Newville ice cold to take over the leadership from Evans. The Belgian was on WP 5 full 7.9 seconds faster than Evans, who burned the second fastest time in the asphalt despite the difficult situation.
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Neuville built his wafer-thin guidance on the last exam of the day. In his Hyundai, the Belgian was 0.4 seconds faster than Evans, which lies 0.7 seconds behind Neuville. "I feel good in the car and look forward to tomorrow," says Newville. "On the winding routes I could have been so much faster, but I just could not stop, and we have to work on it."
The current WRC champion Sebastien Ogier is behind the third place with 19.4 seconds. The Frenchman criticizes his confidence in the car, which is why he could not go fully on the limit. "It was not really bad day, but I always had to fight a bit by car," he says. "That's why I did not find the perfect rhythm."
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Dani Sordo warred on WP 5 the rim, but still brought his Hyundai to the finish. The local matador from Spain is located at Neuville on 24.8 seconds on Neuville in fourth place, while Kalle Rovanpera in the Toyota with a 30-second deficit rounds the top 5. Adrien Fourmaux is ranked six of the fastest M-Sport Ford - the French are missing 1: 10.2 minutes at position one.
Tänak explains reason for failure
. The Este in Services by Hyundai explains the situation that has led to the failure: "We have strayed from the track on WP 4, whereby the car was damaged so that we could not go on. I drove something too fast into a curve a bit too fast Why have blocked the wheels on the dirt. I could not save that. "
result to WP 7 from 19:
01. Thierry Neuville (Hyundai) 1: 01: 26.6 Hours
02. Elfyn Evans (Toyota) +0.7 Seconds
03. Sebastien Ogier (Toyota) +19.4
04. Dani Sordo (Hyundai) +24.8
05. Kalle Rovanpera (Toyota) +38.0
06. Adrien Fourmaux (M-Sport Ford) 1: 10.2 minutes
07. Gus Greensmith (M-Sport Ford) + 1: 28.9
08. Oliver Solberg (Hyundai) +1: 55.6
09. Nile Solans (Hyundai) +2: 30.5
Neuville takes Spain lead as Evans slips in world title pursuit .
Thierry Neuville gave perennial rival Sebastian Ogier a boost on Friday by grabbing the Spanish Rally lead off Elfyn Evans at the end of the first day's racing. There were six stages on Friday and Evans won two of the first three, but Belgian Neuville hit back to take the last three, giving him four overall and edge 0.7sec ahead. Ogier sat third, 19.4 sec back after finishing in the top four on every stage."I didn't have enough confidence in the car to really push maximum," he said at the finish. "It hasn't been a really bad day, but at the same time I was always fighting a bit with the car and I didn't find the perfect rhythm.