Rally Australia: Ogier is the first leader

Rally Australia: Ogier is the first leader

Sydney : Australia | Sep 08, 2011 at 7:32 AM PDT
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Frenchman Sebastien Ogier, driving a Citroen, is the first leader of the Rally Australia, the tenth race of the World, which started on Thursday.

The Frenchman made six seconds Sebastien Loeb, compatriot and team mate.

After winning the first special of 3.77 kilometers, with less than seven hundredths of Loeb, Ogier was again stronger than the companion of Citroen.

Sebastien Loeb, winner of the last seven editions of the WRC continues to lead the drivers' championship with 25 points Ogier.

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Rally Australia: Ogier is the first leader
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