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WRC could turn to qualifying stages for running order fix

A return of qualifying stages could be on the cards for the WRC following renewed calls for an overhaul of the running order regulations. Championship leader Sebastien Ogier finished the second round of the series in 10th place after being forced to sweep loose snow from the road on the first loop of stages. His opening day was further compromised by the need to widen a narrow line carved into the ice by older historic and national class cars, which drove the roads between the two WRC loops. Ogier wouldn’t be drawn on the need for rule change, but his boss, M-Sport Ford team principal Malcolm Wilson said he was keen to see the qualifying rule put back on the table for debate. “I always...
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