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Distracted by the change in his car's handling, Ogier misheard a pace note and slid into a tree.
Although M-Sport were able to repair the car to re-enter the rally, Ingrassia was diagnosed with a concussion and the team elected against continuing on medical advice.
The battle for the rally lead was waged between the three Toyotas—the Yaris WRC having been extensively tested on the roads around Jyväskylä during its initial development phase—and the privately entered Fiesta of Teemu Suninen and Mikko Markkula.
Finnish crews occupied the top four positions until an electrical fault paralysed Jari-Matti Latvala and Miikka Anttila's Toyota, forcing them to retire and handing a fifty-second lead to Lappi and Ferm.
Neuville and Gilsoul were sixth after struggling with the undulating roads on the opening day. Ott Tänak and Martin Järveoja recovered to seventh after suffering a puncture on the opening day, finishing ahead of Kris Meeke and Paul Nagle, who finished eighth on their return to the sport.
Tänak and Järveoja controlled the rally for most of the event by managing their tyres across the variety of surfaces that made up the route, benefiting from errors made by other drivers.
In taking victory Tänak and Järveoja secured M-Sport's first win in Germany, which prior to the rally had been the only calendar event that M-Sport had not won.
Latvala and Anttila recovered from their engine problems to finish seventh, while Hayden Paddon and Sebastian Marshall experienced several punctures on their way to eighth.
Kris Meeke and Paul Nagle retired on the first stage after Meeke misjudged a corner and hit a barricade the broke his steering arm.
Ott Tänak and Martin Järveoja finished third, passing Thierry Neuville and Nicolas Gilsoul in the championship standings after Neuville and Gilsoul retired with damaged suspension.
Mikkelsen acknowledged that his lack of experience with the i20 Coupe WRC on tarmac limited his ability to get the most out of it.
Meeke and Nagle assumed the lead as Ogier and Ingrassia became embroiled in a fight with Tänak and Järveoja, who were forced to use a gravel-specification gearbox on tarmac when their tarmac gearbox failed.
Thierry Neuville and Nicolas Gilsoul finished the rally second overall despite incurring an early penalty and sliding into a ditch on the opening day.
Jari-Matti Latvala and Miikka Anttila were fifth, having struggled to match the leaders' pace early in the rally until the night stages where successive stage wins saw them climb several places in the overall standings.
Conversely, Ott Tänak and Martin Järveoja ran as high as second through the opening legs, but struggled with low visibility in the fog and slipped to sixth.
Kris Meeke and Paul Nagle struggled with a lack of pace after making several unforced errors to finish seventh ahead of Hayden Paddon and Sebastian Marshall.
Thierry Neuville and Nicolas Gilsoul claimed their fourth win of the year in Australia , with the result securing second place in the championship.
The rally saw variable conditions across the three days of competition, ranging from dry heat to humidity and heavy rain.
They maintained their pace into the second day until they struck an embankment and punctured two tyres, but with only one spare they were not permitted to start the next stage.
Neuville and Gilsoul climbed from fourth place to the lead as others suffered their own misfortunes; Craig Breen and Scott Martin damaged a wheel, while Kris Meeke and Paul Nagle damaged their rear suspension on a bridge.
Sitting in second, Latvala and Anttilla began catching Neuville and Gilsoul in the dry, but fell back in the wet before crashing out.
Elfyn Evans and Daniel Barritt were fifth ahead of Esapekka Lappi and Janne Ferm, who lost time on the first day with a power steering failure.
Similarly, Kalle Rovanperä and Jonne Halttunen finished in twelfth but were classified in tenth. Points are awarded to the top ten classified finishers.
In the manufacturers' championship, points are only awarded to the top two classified finishers representing a manufacturer and driving a specification World Rally Car.
There are also five bonus points awarded to the winners of the Power Stage , four points for second place, three for third, two for fourth and one for fifth.
Power Stage points are only awarded in the drivers' and co-drivers' championships. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Julien Ingrassia World Manufacturers' Champion: Volkswagen's Sebastien Ogier claims fourth win in Wales".
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Promoter GmbH owns the commercial rights to the championship and through WRC TV produces daily updates from each event after the day's stages have finished and the TV coverage has been processed.
These daily highlight programs are 30 minutes in duration and cover in depth the day's stages, with in-car footage as well as driver interviews.
Before the rally there is also a magazine-style preview programme that normally incorporates special driver, technical and team features as well as providing an overview of the upcoming rally's route.
There is also a post-event review program, which lasts approximately an hour, that summarises the rally and the big events that took place during the event.
This is then shown in more than markets in multiple languages. The make up and format for these programmes can change from country to country depending on the local broadcaster but all use WRC TV.
In the United Kingdom , coverage of the season is split between four broadcasters. Channel 5 broadcasts the post-event review, while the preview programme is screened on its Spike network.
BT Sport has rights to live stages and daily highlights, Motors TV has highlights rights and Welsh language channel S4C also covers the championship in its Ralio programme.
The programming was available in over markets and more than 12, hours were screened globally. Live radio coverage was provided in English by WRC Live via the Internet, featuring end of stage reports direct from the drivers and teams plus service park news.
They also produced podcasts. It also featured contemporary music during breaks in rally coverage. Updated after Rally Catalunya. Drivers and manufacturers who have participated in the World Rally Championship are in bold.
These championships are contested on the same events and stages as the WRC. The cars in the championship are under the Super rules.
Cars in the championship are production-based and homologated under Group N rules. Drivers in the championship have to be 28 years or younger.
There is no age limit for co-drivers. Louise Aitken-Walker was the first winner. There have been many video games based on the World Rally Championship, and due to lack of licenses, many more based on only certain cars, drivers or events.
The video game series had its fifth game, WRC: Rally Evolved , in Racing simulator Richard Burns Rally , released in for several platforms, has gathered recognition for its realism.
Recent top-selling games include Colin McRae: Gran Turismo 5 will include the WRC totally licensed. FIA World Rally Championship which features the cars, drivers and events of the World Rally Championship , including those from the three support categories.
A downloadable patch was produced allowing players to drive in Group B cars such as the Audi Quattro.
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