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Thierry Neuville defends rivals use of team orders in Finland

Current World Rally Championship points leader, Thierry Neuville, has defended the use of team orders by his M-Sport rivals, insisting Hyundai would have done the same had they been in a similar situation. The the M-Sport Ford team shuffled Elfyn Evans and Teemu Suninen down the order to elevate Neuville's main title rival Sébastien Ogier up the order to fifth, four places ahead of Neuville, who had earlier lost time running first on the road during Friday's stages. But his team was not able to offer the same support as Ogier got, after Andreas Mikkelsen rolled out of contention on the opening day and Hayden Paddon was too fast to be of any real benefit to his...
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