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Title duo keen to put Finnish woes behind them at Rally Germany

FIA World Rally Championship title heavyweights Thierry Neuville and Sébastien Ogier have vowed to put their last-round disappointments behind them as they renew the battle in Germany this weekend. Both struggled on Finland’s super-fast roads last month. Championship leader Neuville could only finish ninth, four places behind Ogier, who reduced his deficit to 21 points with a maximum 150 available from the final five rounds. ADAC Rallye Deutschland from 16-19 August, is the second and last all-asphalt fixture of 2018. Both drivers have won here before, Neuville claiming his maiden WRC victory four years ago after recovering from a dramatic crash hours before the start. “We’ve had...
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