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Sebastien Ogier has taken advantage of Hyundai's misfortunes to grab Rally Mexico lead

Citroen's Sebastien Ogier has taken advantage of Hyundai’s misfortune to hold the lead of Rally Mexico after Friday's running. Ogier sat in second behind Andreas Mikkelsen up until the opening stage of the afternoon when the Norwegian pulled his i20 to the side of the road and retired from the day. Dani Sordo kept right on new rally leader Ogier’s tail, benefitting from his late running position due to it being his first appearance in the World Rally Championship in 2019 and there was less than two seconds between the pair after the second running of Ortega. But Hyundai’s woes continued when Sordo stopped on the following road stage with an electrical fault. Elfyn...
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