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Rally leaders
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  SS1   Waldegard, Bjorn  
  SS40 to SS48   Rohrl, Walter  
Stage wins
Waldegard, Bjorn: 27
Rohrl, Walter: 14
Warmbold, Achim: 3
Aaltonen, Rauno: 2
Andersson, Ove: 2
Livieratos, Tassos: 1
Notes on rally leaders
Since it's unclear at which stages lead changed hands, only few stages are listed with rally leader.

Waldegard won first stage and led until first rest halt at Kalambaka. It's not known at what point rest halt was held and whether he held the lead over all stages before that, so only SS1 is credited to him as rally leader.

Waldegard lost his lead after the first rest halt due to flat battery and road penalties that ensued, handing the lead to Warmbold.

Warmbold lost his lead to Rohrl after a puncture on Distomon stage, some time after the second rest halt. It is possible that Rohrl held the lead all the way from then on, at least he was the leader on night rest before final day. To be on the safe side, I've marked Rohrl's lead only from Warmbold's retirement on SS40.
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