Sebastien Ogier (right) and co-driver Julien Ingrassia.

Sebastien Ogier finished the final day of the Vodafone Rally de Portugal ahead of Sebastien Loeb to clinch his maiden WRC victory.

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There is no stopping Ogier on Day 2.

Citroen’s Sebastien Ogier remains on course to win his 1st ever WRC victory after putting some dazzling performance, leading 2nd place man Sebastien Loeb by 21.1 seconds. With his main challenger Loeb running 2nd for tomorrow’s special stages, Ogier will not be at much disadvantage by running 1st on the last day of the Vodafone Rally de Portugal.

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Sebastien Ogier led the trio of a Citroen 1-2-3.

It’s a Citroen 1-2-3 at the end of the 1st day of the Vodafone Rally de Portugal, led by Sebastien Ogier ahead of Dani Sordo in 2nd and Sebastien Loeb in 3rd. Ogier’s lead over Sordo was a comfortable 26.6 seconds, helped by Sordo’s problem with the throttle on the last stage of the day.

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Ford’s Mikko Hirvonen took an early lead during the opening head to head Superspecial Stage of the Vodafone Rally de Portugal. The start of the 6th round of the championship was hosted in the Algarve Stadium, with a capacity of 30,000 crowds.

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Sebastien Ogier recently finished Rally New Zealand in 2nd place behind Ford’s Jari Matti Latvala. The Frenchman’s splendid drive in SS21 deserve some hats off. Included is a video of 22 minutes rally racing goodness for you courtesy of www.wrc.com. Watching him blasting through the hilly road section with confidence is utterly insane.

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Jari-Matti Latvala claimed victory at the Rally New Zealand by just 2.4 seconds ahead of Sebastien Ogier (below). Sebastien Loeb had the lead at one stage on the final day, but crashed into a tree and lost some 50 seconds. This dropped Loeb to 3rd in the final standings.

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Sebastien Loeb (above) staged a brilliant comeback to finish Day 2 in second place after trailing by more than a minute behind the leader at the end of Day 1. Loeb’s quests for a 4th consecutive wins remains intact, all he needs to do is catch Sebastien Ogier (below), the new leader at the end of Day 2. Only 5.3 seconds separates the two Sebastiens.

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Petter Solberg, running on a private Citroen C4 led the field after the 1st day of Rally New Zealand, ahead of 2nd place Ford’s Jari-Matti Latvala and 3rd place Citroen Junior Team’s Sebastien Ogier. Sebastien Loeb’s suffered a major scare when he hit a bridge on SS4, and lost a lot of time trying to keep his driver’s door closed for the whole session. At the end of Day 1, Loeb is more than a minute behind and looking very unlikely to stretch his winning streak to 4 consecutive wins.

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