French Sebastien ogier (Toyota Yaris WRC) Occupies Monte-Carlo’s headRound 1 of the 2021 season of the World Rally Championship is at the end of three special competitions held this Saturday.
The seven-time World Champion set the best show time on snow and ice at SS9, the first special event of the day, and counted 13.0 on the eve of arrival in Monaco. seconds ahead of teammate gallois Elfyn Evans (Toyota Yaris WRC) was the fastest on the SS11.
Thierry neuville (Hyundai i20 Coupé WRC) scratch He finished fourth in the overall standings, one step ahead of his rivals in the all-snow covered SS10 this season. Belgian driver is behind the lead 1: 03.8 Sebastien ogier and 7.0 seconds behind young Finn Kalle Rovanpera (Toyota Yaris WRC), third.
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Estonian Ott Tanak Ranking third in the overall standings on Friday night (Hyundai i20 Coupé WRC) had two breakouts when it loaded just one additional wheel on the SS10. Although he managed to collect the service park in Gap on the rim, he had to retire due to regulations. Saint-Clément – Absolutely cursed for this particular Estonian, as he was violently misguided in 2020 in Freissinières.
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On Sunday, there will be four special places on the menu for the final day of Monte-Carlo 2021. We will present you three live video experiences at Auvio!
Sunday, January 24, 2021:
ES 12: Puget-Therniers> La Penne 1 (12.93 km) → Live broadcast on RTBF Sport and Auvio (8:30 am)
ES 13: Briançonnet> Entrevaux 1 (14.31 km) → Live on RTBF Sport and Auvio (10:00)
SS 14: Puget-Théniers> La Penne 2 (12.93 km)
ES 15 – Power Stage: Briançonnet> Entrevaux 2 (14.31 km) → Live on RTBF Sport and Auvio (12:00)