Rallye Monte Carlo - 2nd Day - 2nd Loop: Loeb still leading as Greensmith claims maiden WRC stage win

At the end of the afternoon loop of the second day, Sebastien Loeb is still leading with Sebastien Ogier and Elfyn Evans following him.

Sebastien Loeb is still first overall seting the fastest time in Stage 6 while he dropped some time in Stage 7 as he had no hybrid power.

Sebastien Ogier climbed to second position overall at the end of Stage 7 and he set was the fastest driver in Stage 8.

Elfyn Evans dropped to third place after being slower than his teammate, Ogier. Their gap is at 12,1 seconds.

Thierry Neuville remains in fourth position overall despite the understeer he faced in Stage 6. In addition, he stated at the end of Stage that he had an EV error, so he could not get any extra power, but this problem was solver in the next one stage.

Ott Tanak completes the top five and stole this place from Craig Breen at the end of Stage 8.

Craig Breen comes right behind the Estonian driver and their gap is at 2,5 seconds. 

Gus Greensmith is still seventh and he set the fastest time in Stage 7. This was his first stage win in World Rally Championship.

Takamoto Katsuta, Kalle Rovanpera and Oliver Solberg complete the top ten.

Solberg ran a little wide on the last corner of Stage 7, but luckily he escaped to spin his i20N.

All drivers chose five soft compounds tyres apart from Tanak who picked up 4 soft and one super-soft tyre.

Watch below the stage times: 

Watch below the overall classification after SS8:

Photo Credits: M-Sport 

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