Rally Poland (2017)
Latest news on Rally Poland
Rally Poland looks set to lose its place on the WRC calendar next season following safety infringements in last weekend's running.
Sebastien Ogier says his consistent approach to Rally Poland paid dividends last weekend, despite Thierry Neuville slashing his advantage at the top of the WRC points table.
Rally Poland winner Thierry Neuville has admitted he was frustrated by his rivals’ inability to keep WRC points leader Sebastien Ogier off the podium on Sunday.
Thierry Neuville closed the gap on WRC points leader Sebastien Ogier by sealing his third victory of the year with a straightforward run through the final two stages of Rally Poland.
Thierry Neuville moved back into a narrow Rally Poland lead on Saturday evening after the latest twists in the close-fought World Rally Championship battle.
Thierry Neuville and Ott Tanak continued to swap the Rally Poland lead on Saturday morning, while Sebastien Ogier damaged his car and dropped back to sixth.
Thierry Neuville edged ahead of Ott Tanak and Jari-Matti Latvala to take a narrow Rally Poland lead at the end of Friday afternoon.
Jari-Matti Latvala leads Rally Poland for Toyota amid a very close four-way battle in wet conditions.
Elfyn Evans will lead Rally Poland into its first full day after setting the pace on Thursday evening's Mikolajki Arena superspecial.
Andreas Mikkelsen is confident he and Kris Meeke could have challenged for the WRC manufacturers' title for Citroen if they had worked together all season.
The team faces a brand-new challenge on rapid gravel stages with the possibility of more very hot weather.
With podiums from the past four gravel events, Hyundai Motorsport hopes it can extend its run at Rally Poland, the eighth round of the 2017 World Rally Championship (WRC)
Kris Meeke has been dropped by Citroen for the next World Rally Championship round in Poland, and will be replaced by Andreas Mikkelsen.