Sébastien Ogier, the first leader of the Rally of Italy-Sardinia


Sébastien Ogier begins leading the Rally
, leaving more than patent that is ready for anything.
The leader of the WRC is ready to face the dust and the factor of cleaning
will hurt more if possible after checking that the layer of loose soil is increased
than expected
. Also it is to have to leave the test in the case of
being a dad and, of course, is willing to earn in this rally. It is currently the
first leader of the race after winning in a track of motocross smoothened.
Dani Sordo is the eighth
, although the good thing begins tomorrow.

Be that as it may, Sebastien Ogier was the fastest in the
superespecial ‘Ittiri Arena Show’
after stopping the clock in a record of
2:00.4. The margin of the relevant show for the fans, the stretch does not
has left major differences among the favorite with Ott Tanak completing
second, three tenths of the French
, the same time lost Jari-Matti Latvala
with another of the Polo R WRC. Kevin Abbring for his part, was fourth with the
Hyundai i20 WRC 2015, thus surpassing both Andreas Mikkelsen and to the other three
drivers of Hyundai in spite of having Neuville, Paddon and Sordo with the i20 of


All in all, Dani Sordo has finished in the eighth position,
allowing herself to be 1.6 seconds on the leader
. A neutral balance especially if
we look at other World Rally Car, as the test has not been able to get worse
for two of the private pilots. Martin Prokop has been sanctioned with five
after skipping the seal of the
rear differential to undertake repairs following the Rally of Portugal. By
his part, Valeriy Gorban has had two spinning tops with the Mini JCW WRC after suffering
a fault in the other of the differential, which has made it left of entry
44.1 seconds.

Finally, it should be noted that Temmu Suninen begins to
in front of the category WRC2
after being the fastest in a superespecial that has
had a taste Skoda, since the first four drivers were competing with the
Fabia R5. In this way, after Nicolas Fuchs, Esapekka Lappi and Jan Kopecký is
have located the Ford Fiesta R5 DMACK, with Marius Aasen in fifth position and
Karl Kruuda in sixth place. Without losing too much time but with a tap
the bumper of your Peugeot 208 T16 R5 Evo, José Antonio ‘Rocket’ Suarez has
set the ninth best time of the category

Classification after SS1 of the 13th Rally of Italy-Sardinia

Position Pilot Vehicle Time / Difference
1 Sébastien Ogier Volkswagen Polo R WRC 2:00.4
2nd Ott Tanak Ford Fiesta RS WRC +0.3
3rd Jari-Matti Latvala Volkswagen Polo R WRC

4th Kevin Abbring Hyundai i20 WRC 2015 +0.6
5th Andreas Mikkelsen Volkswagen Polo R WRC

6th Thierry Neuville Hyundai i20 WRC +1.3
7th Hayden Paddon Hyundai i20 WRC +1.3
8th Dani Sordo Hyundai i20 WRC +1.6
9th Mads Ostberg Ford Fiesta RS WRC +1.9
10th Teemu Suninen Skoda Fabia R5 +1.9

the first stage of The Rally of Italy-Sardinia, will start this Friday at 09:35h. The riders will compete in two identical loops of four sections which face 102.86 miles timed.