Rallye Monte Carlo - 3rd Day - 2nd Loop: Neuville responds to Ogier's attack, Munster off the road

At the end of Saturday afternoon, Thierry Neuville remains on the top of the overall classification with Sebastien Ogier and Elfyn Evans following him.

Thierry Neuville holds the first place of Rallye Monte Carlo despite the fact that he lost his lead over Sebastien Ogier at the end of Stage 13. However, the Belgian responded back by setting the fastest time in Stage 14.

Ogier climbed to second overall after SS14 and overtook his teammate Elfyn Evans at the end of Stage 12 as he was the fastest driver there. In addition to that, he continued his attack by setting the fastest time in SS13 resulting in stealing Neuville's lead and moving ahead for 0,8 seconds as their gap was at 2,2 seconds at the end of SS12.

Elfyn Evans lost one more place and is now at the top three as he was slower than his frontrunners.

Ott Tanak is still just one place far from the podium positions while he faced a problem with the engine topic on the final stage of the day.

Αdrien Fourmaux retains the fifth place and was being happy with his driving today.

Andreas Mikkelsen follows the Frenchman for over one and a half minute and said at the end of Stage 14 that he lost the hybrid on the last split of SS14.

Takamoto Katsuta climbed to the sixth place overall after Munster's crash.

Nikolay Gryazin, Pepe Lopez and Yohan Rossel complete the top ten.

Gregoire Munster was in sixth place overall at the end of Saturday morning, but he was forced to retire in Stage 12 when he went off the road after his running wide on a left-hand bend and his hitting a wooden barrier.

Watch below the stage times:

Watch below the overall classification after the end of SS14:

Photo Credits: Hyundai

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