Sunday, August 19, 2018

WRC 2018: ADAC Rallye Deutschland

The 2018 World Rally Championship continues with at Bostalsee, Germany, for the ADAC Rallye Deutschland, and over the course of 150.12 kilometers of rally action, the drivers are pushing themselves to the limit to see if they can survive Germany's roughest terrains while keeping the momentum of this season.

Beginning in Friday's stages, Ott Tanak of Toyota was proven dominant with five stage wins and on Saturday's stages, and although he failed to win any speed tests compared to Friday's, the Estonian continues to charge at the top spot and thanks to some errors by Sebastien Ogier of Ford, Tanak's top spot still stands with Dani Sordo and Jari-Matti Latvala behind his tail. 

Although, Ogier won the last TV Power Stage of the ADAC Rallye Deutschland, the winner of this 150.12km goes to Ott Tanak, with an overall time of 3:03:36.9. In a surprising move, Hyundai's Thierry Neuville made it in second with +39.2 behind Tanak, and Esapekka Lappi completes the podium in 3rd place with 1:00.9 behind Tanak.

The next event is the Marmaris Rally Turkey on the 13th to the 16th of September, 2018.

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