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Vídeo 41º RALLYE SAN FROILAN 2019 The best moments Barracudaracing360

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Resumen del Rallye San Froilan 2019. Alberto Meira se llevaba la victoria con su DS3 R5 en esta edición.


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WRC Spain: Toyota's Tanak takes 2019 title, Neuville wins for Hyundai\n\nToyota's Ott Tanak has won the 2019 World Rally Championship with one round to spare as he took second place at Rally Spain, where Hyundai's Thierry Neuville secured victory.\n\nNeuville tried hard to deny Tanak's coronation with a perfectly controlled performance.\n\nHe hit the front on Saturday when the action switched from gravel to asphalt and won the rally by 17.2 seconds, with Tanak overhauling Dani Sordo for second on the final stage.\n\nThe La Mussara powerstage sealed the title for Tanak, as he needed to beat or finish just one place behind Neuville on the test.\n\nBut Tanak won the powerstage with a scorching time, going 3.6s quicker than Elfyn Evans, with Neuville third quickest.\n\nTanak's title means he is the first driver to defeat either Sebastien Loeb or Sebastien Ogier across a full season since Petter Solberg in 2003 and his triumph is the first drivers' title for Toyota in 25 years since Didier Auriol won in 1994.\n\nDefending champion Ogier was the other driver capable of stopping Tanak and led the rally after the opening stage.\n\nBut a hydraulic failure on stage two left his Citroen without its paddle-shift gear selector and crucially without its power steering.\n\nOgier struggled on but lost four minutes, eventually forced to settle for eighth.\n\nAll three Hyundai's flirted with the lead on Friday's gravel tests following Ogier's issues.\n\nSordo took the early initiative but it was Loeb who led a Hyundai 1-2-3 at Friday's end with an astonishing time on the final test of the day.\n\nBut when Neuville powered ahead on Saturday, Sordo and Loeb could not keep up and fell into Tanak's clutches in fourth.\n\nLoeb was overhauled on Saturday's final Salou spectator stage, but Sordo kept his nose ahead.\n\nSordo repelled Tanak throughout most of Sunday, but Tanak's sensational push on the powerstage was enough for him to steal second by 0.4s.\n\nLoeb wound up a distant fourth, with Toyota's Jari-Matti Latvala finishing 6.3s behind in fifth place, which prolongs the 2019 manufacturers' title battle onto Australia.\n\nM-Sport's Evans had been squabbling with Latvala for fifth but an engine misfire on Friday and brief lapses of confidence on Saturday confined him to sixth.\n\nTeemu Suninen finished seventh, surviving a late scare on the powerstage when he slid wide into a bank and half-spun.\n\nKris Meeke had climbed as high as third on Saturday morning, threatening the Hyundai's dominance, but pushed too hard on the morning's second test and whacked his Toyota Yaris WRC into retirement.\n\nThrough no fault of his own, Esapekka Lappi compounded a weekend to forget for Citroen.\n\nLappi had been in the mix until Friday's final test when an engine-related issue stopped his C3.\n\nThe issue proved to be so severe that Lappi would not start either of the two asphalt legs.\n\nTakamoto Katsuta was on for a points-scoring finish on just his second WRC appearance for Toyota.\n\nBut a gear selection issue on Saturday's opening stage lost him over half an hour as he was restricted to just first gear.\n\nIn contrast to the WRC team's poor weekend, Citroen's C3 R5 topped both the WRC2 Pro and WRC2 categories.\n\nMads Ostberg was ninth overall and won WRC2 Pro, one place ahead of WRC2 victor Eric Camilli, who was 10th overall.\nFinal results\nPos Driver Team Car Gap\n1 Thierry Neuville, N.Gilsoul Hyundai Shell Mobis WRT Hyundai 3h07m39.6s\n2 Ott Tanak, M.Jarveoja Toyota Gazoo Racing WRT Toyota 17.2s\n3 Dani Sordo, C.del Barrio Hyundai Shell Mobis WRT Hyundai 17.6s\n4 Sebastien Loeb, D.Elena Hyundai Shell Mobis WRT Hyundai 53.9s\n5 Jari-Matti Latvala, M.Anttila Toyota Gazoo Racing WRT Toyota 1m00.2s\n6 Elfyn Evans, S.Martin M-Sport Ford WRT Ford 1m14.2s\n7 Teemu Suninen, J.Lehtinen M-Sport Ford WRT Ford 1m47.6s\n8 Sebastien Ogier, J.Ingrassia Citroen Total WRT Citroen 4m20.5s\n9 Mads Ostberg, T.Eriksen Citroen Total WRT Citroen 8m24.6s\n10 Eric Camilli, F-X.Buresi Eric Camili Citroen 8m47.2s
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