Ogier leads with just the Super Special to go...
Loeb and Sordo complete the provisional podium
Having fought off Sebastien Loeb’s challenge through the final gravel stage of Rally de Portugal, just 2km of tarmac stands between Sebastien Ogier and his maiden WRC victory.
Loeb was fastest through SS17 but was only 1.8sec quicker than his Junior team rival, which means Ogier takes a 7.7sec advantage into the head-to-head Algarve Super Special.
Dani Sordo holds the upper hand in the fight for the final podium place but Petter Solberg (+4.6sec) and Mikko Hirvonen (+8.4sec) are right behind and ready to pounce should he make a mistake.
|01||Sébastien OGIER||Citroën C4 WRC||3h49m04.2s|
|02||Sébastien LOEB||Citroën C4 WRC||+7.7s|
|03||Dani SORDO||Citroën C4 WRC||+1m18.4s|
|04||Petter SOLBERG||Citroën C4 WRC||+1m23.0s|
|05||Mikko HIRVONEN||Ford Focus WRC||+1m31.4s|
|06||Matthew WILSON||Ford Focus WRC||+7m11.4s|
|07||Mads OSTBERG||Subaru Impreza WRC||+7m26.4s|
|08||Federico VILLAGRA||Ford Focus WRC||+10m38.1s|
|09||Khalid AL QASSIMI||Ford Focus WRC||+10m55.9s|
|10||Kimi RAIKKONEN||Citroën C4 WRC||+11m35.2s|
|11||Jari KETOMAA||Ford Fiesta S2000||+16m10.8s|
|12||Xavier PONS||Ford Fiesta S2000||+19m41.7s|
|13||Michal KOSCIUSZKO||Skoda Fabia S2000||+21m35.9s|
|14||Armindo ARAÚJO||Mitsubishi Lancer Gr.N||+22m31.1s|
|15||Bernardo SOUSA||Ford Fiesta S2000||+25m30.5s|
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