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Championship status
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Rally Poland 2017 counts for:

2017 FIA World Rally Championship for Drivers/Co-drivers
2017 FIA World Rally Championship for Manufacturers
2017 FIA World Rally Championship 2 (for Teams and Drivers)
2017 FIA World Rally Championship 3 (for Teams and Drivers)
2017 FIA Junior WRC Championship for Drivers

Facts
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 565th WRC rally 
 Round of season: 8 of 13 
 Official name: Rally Poland 
 Edition: 74th 
 Date: from Thursday 29-Jun-2017 to Sunday 2-Jul-2017 
 Rally HQ: Mikolajki, North-East Poland; Poland 
 Clerk of the Course: Jaroslaw Noworol 
 Surface: Gravel 
 
 Entries: 49  
 Starters: 47  
 Finishers: 40 (85.1% of starters) 
 
 Stages: 23 
 Shortest: 2.50km(SS1 SSS Mikolajki Arena 1)
 Longest: 21.24km(SS16 Pozezdrze 2)
 Slowest: 86.21km/h(SS1 SSS Mikolajki Arena 1)
 Fastest: 125.11km/h(SS23 Paprotki 2)
 Planned stage distance: 318.74km(22.6% of total distance)
 Actual stage distance: 312.22km(22.2% of total distance)
 Road section distance: 1,095.99km
 Total distance: 1,408.21km
Milestones
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 DRIVERS - PODIUM FINISHERS 
    Win was 5th win and 25th podium for Thierry Neuville.
 Second place was 5th podium for Hayden Paddon. 
 Third place was 62nd podium for Sebastien Ogier. 
 MAKES - PODIUM FINISHERS 
    Win was 6th win and 1-2 win were 28th to 29th podiums for Hyundai.
    Third place was 346th podium for Ford.
Thierry Neuville
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Neuville and Tanak fought for the win right to the end, lead changing between them after every couple of stages. In wet and treacherous conditions it was only a matter of time before either would make a mistake and when Tanak went off, Hyundai was left with double win. Click picture to see larger version in a pop-up window
Sebastien Ogier
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M-Sport Ford was headed to a fine result, Tanak leading and having a good fight until he aquaplaned off in a puddle and hit tree. Ogier had been as low as sixth but with Tanak's off, Latvala's problem and him being able to overhaul Sordo he managed to finish third overall. Click picture to see larger version in a pop-up window
Stephane Lefebvre
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Citroen opted to rest Meeke and entered Mikkelsen with development parts in his car instead. He hit tree stump and lost minutes, leaving Lefebvre as best Citroen. His position improved steadily as others dropped out and he finally gained fifth on final stage after Suninen made small mistake. Click picture to see larger version in a pop-up window
Juho Hanninen
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Toyota had their worst result so far this season despite very promising speed shown by Latvala. He was third overall just 14 seconds off the lead when his car stopped with throttle problem. With Lappi already out after an accident that left Hanninen (pictured) best of their cars, lowly 10th. Click picture to see larger version in a pop-up window
Related links
Sardinia 2017
Rally Finland 2017
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