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Ogier consolidates his lead in Corsica

PARIS, April 7 (Reuters) - France's five times world rally champion Sebastien Ogier was heading for victory on home soil after extending his lead in Corsica on Saturday. The M-Sport driver led Toyota's Estonian Ott Tanak by 44.5 seconds after Britain’s Kris Meeke, who was second overnight for Citroen, crashed out of the second leg after mis-hearing a pace note. Hyundai's Belgian Thierry Neuville was third, 0.1 seconds further back, with the asphalt Rallye de France's longest stage -- a 55km stretch from Vero to Sarrola-Carcopino -- yet to come before the finish on Sunday. Ogier, winner in Monte Carlo and Mexico, leads the championship after three rounds by four points from Neuville, last...
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