Rally Finland Sunday at a glance as Breen and Nagle will run first on the road

Craig Breen and Paul Nagle to run first on the road in their Ford Puma RC1

Hyundai Motorsport continues to lead the eighth round of the 2022 FIA World Rally Championship (WRC), Rally Finland, with Ott Tänak holding an 8.4-second advantage


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The Estonian and his co-driver Martin Järveoja added two more stage wins to increase their overall lead after Saturday’s eight stages

Home town hero Kalle Rovenpera is breathing down his neck  in the first of the Toyota Yaris RC1 cars

Craig Breen (IRL) Paul Nagle (GBR) Of team M-Sport Ford WRT perform during World Rally Championship Finland in Jyvasküla, Finland on August 4, 2022 // Jaanus Ree / Red Bull Content Pool // SI202208040092 // Usage for editorial use only //

Four stages remain on the Rally Finland itinerary: Oittila (SS19/SS21, 10.84km) and Ruuhimäki (SS20/SS22, 11.12km), each run twice

The total stage distance on the final day totals just 43.92km and culminates with the usual Power Stage, where extra points are available for the five fastest crews.

Classification after Day Two

1              O. Tänak              M. Järveoja        Hyundai i20 N Rally1       2:02:44.0

2              K. Rovanperä     J. Halttunen        Toyota GR Yaris Rally1    +8.4

3              E. Lappi J. Ferm Toyota GR Yaris Rally1    +35.2

4              E. Evans                S. Martin              Toyota GR Yaris Rally1    +1:19.7

5              T. Neuville           M. Wydaeghe   Hyundai i20 N Rally1       +2:05.5


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