Rallye Monte Carlo - 2nd Day - 2nd Loop: Ogier extends further his lead, Rovanpera up to second

At the end of the second day of Rallye Monte Carlo, Sebastien Ogier is still the leader of the rally with Kalle Rovanpera and Thierry Neuville following him.

Sebastien Ogier is still leading the 91th version of Rallye Monte Carlo at the end of Friday and built a a comfortable gap over his rivals as he set the fastest time in Stage 7.

Kalle Rovanpera climbed into second place overall at the end of Stage 6 with his gap from the third Thierry Neuville being at four tenths of a second after that stage. However, he set the benchmark on the final stage of the day resulting in increasing a little bit their between margin at 1,9 seconds.

Ott Tanak remains fourth overall and still is being careful as he needs time to adapt to his new car.

Elfyn Evans completes the top five and his gap from Tanak is at 8,1 seconds. However, he lost 9,6 seconds in Stage 8 as the tyre choice was wrong.

Dani Sordo is still sixth overall, but his place is under threat by Takamoto Katsuta as their gap is at 2,9 seconds.

Esapekka Lappi continued to be out of pace as he could not improve his times on Friday afternoon and remains eighth.

Pierre-Louis Loubet dropped outside the top ten as the powersteering issue he had since morning did not be resolved in this loop and lost major time.

Watch below the stage times:

Watch below the overall classification after SS8: 

Photo Credits: Toyota

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