A novice Toyota Esapekka Lappi won his debut win in the WRC, winning the home of Rally Finland.
After Saturday’s failures Jari-Matti Latvala Esapekka ahead of Teemu Suninen 50 seconds but on the penultimate stage of the competition Lempaa he damaged the rear left wheel on my Yaris.
However, Esapekka still managed to preserve the advantage and at the finish won from his nearest rival 36 seconds.
For the second place at the end of the rally turned serious struggle between Sunnana, Juho Hanninen and Alfina Evans.
In SU24 Sonnen lost control of the car in a high speed turn and lost about 20 seconds, eliminated from the battle for the podium.
And on the final Power Stage small blot has made Hanninen, which allowed us to climb to the second step of the podium Evans. The Welshman overtook Finn just 0.3 seconds.
Suninen was fourth and Craig Breen fifth.
The second half of the top ten made up of Thierry Neuville, Ott Tanak, Kris Meeke, Dani Sordo and Mads Ostberg.
Neville was able to use the failure of the overall leader of the season-2017 Sebastien Ogier and drew level with points with the Frenchman.
|1.||Esapekka Lappi||Toyota Gazoo Racing WRC||2:29.26,9|
|2.||Elfyn Evans||M-Sport World Rally Team||+36,0|
|3.||Juho Hänninen||Toyota Gazoo Racing WRC||+36,3|
|4.||Teemu Suninen||M-Sport World Rally Team||+1.01,5|
|5.||Craig Breen||Citroen Total Abu Dhabi WRT||+1.22,6|
|6.||Thierry Neuville||Hyundai Motorsport||+1.33,1|
|7.||Ott Tanak||M-Sport World Rally Team||+1.53,6|
|8.||Kris Meeke||Citroen Total Abu Dhabi WRT||+3.12,6|
|9.||Dani Sordo||Hyundai Motorsport||+4.11,5|
|10.||Mads Ostberg||M-Sport World Rally Team||+4.21,2|
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