Rallye Monte Carlo - 3rd Day - 2nd Loop: Ogier closes to ninth Monte win

At the end of the third day of Rallye Monte Carlo, Sebastien Ogier remains in the top with Sebastien Loeb and Craig Breen following him.

Sebastien Ogier is still the leader of Rallye Monte Carlo and is close to his ninth win there.

Sebastien Loeb is second overall and dropped massive time in comparison with his compatriot, Ogier. Their gap is at 21,1 seconds.

Craig Breen completes the top three and has a comfortable gap from the second and the fourth position.

Kalle Rovanpera climbed to the fourth from the fifth position overall taking advantage of Neuville's problem in Stage 12. He set the fastest time in Stage 12 and in Stage 13.

Gus Greensmith completes the top five after having received a notional time in Stage 11.

Thierry Neuville is sixth and he dropped two positions at the end of Stage 12 as the front right suspension stunt has punched a hole in the top mount and he said that he faced a damper issue since the morning. However, he managed to fix the damper and he continued in Stage 13.

Takamoto Katsuta dropped to seventh from fifth position overall as he stopped in SS13. More specifically, he ran wide on a left-hander and slid into a ditch resulting in his GR Yaris being stuck. Thanks to the spectators, he managed to return to the road, but he dropped more than ten minutes.

Elfyn Evans and Oliver Solberg are outside the top ten.

Watch below the stage times: 

Watch below the overall classification after SS13:

Photo Credits: Toyota

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