Rally Germany (2017)
News in depth
Sebastien Ogier has revealed he found WRC title rival Thierry Neuville's Rally Germany stoppage "difficult" and "strange" to deal with during the event.
M-Sport Ford driver Ott Tanak took his second WRC victory in Rally Germany, as teammate Sebastien Ogier pulled out a 17-point lead over nearest title rival Thierry Neuville.
Ott Tanak protected his lead over Andreas Mikkelsen on the first loop of Rally Germany's final day, as Sebastien Ogier lost touch with the leaders in third.
Ott Tanak maintained his Rally Germany lead over Andreas Mikkelsen on Saturday afternoon, while Sebastien Ogier continued to remain in touch with the leaders.
M-Sport team boss Malcolm Wilson says ordering Sebastien Ogier ahead of Ott Tanak in Rally Germany will only be an option if his drivers are running in "a clear 1-2".
Ott Tanak extended his Rally Germany lead over Andreas Mikkelsen to 23 seconds during Saturday's opening loop.
Joint WRC points leader Thierry Neuville has retired from Rally Germany on Saturday's opening stage, gifting third place to his title rival Sebastien Ogier.
Andreas Mikkelsen leads Rally Germany for Citroen on just his third appearance with the team.
Following some wild and loose action on Finland’s gravel, the FIA World Rally Championship returns to asphalt this weekend for Rallye Deutschland – keep up to date with daily highlight shows on Motorsport.tv.
WRC2 driver Jan Kopecky holds a surprise early Rally Germany lead, but the big story of Thursday evening's Saarbrucken street stage was that Kris Meeke crashed out.
The revised route for this week’s Rally Germany has been labelled as ‘dull’ and ‘boring’ by WRC crews.
Andreas Mikkelsen will contest Rally Germany in a Citroen C3 WRC, where he will make his asphalt debut in a 2017 World Rally Car.