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Championship status
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Rally Portugal 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)

Facts
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 563rd WRC rally 
 Round of season: 6 of 13 
 Official name: Vodafone Rally de Portugal 
 Edition: 51st 
 Date: from Thursday 18-May-2017 to Sunday 21-May-2017 
 Rally HQ: Matosinhos, Norte; Portugal 
 Clerk of the Course: Pedro de Almeida 
 Surface: Gravel 
 
 Entries: 65  
 Starters: 64  
 Finishers: 41 (64.1% of starters) 
 
 Stages: 19 
 Shortest: 1.90km(SS8 Braga Street Stage 1)
 Longest: 37.55km(SS15 Amarante 2)
 Slowest: 62.87km/h(SS8 Braga Street Stage 1)
 Fastest: 104.26km/h(SS6 Caminha 2)
 Planned stage distance: 349.17km(22.8% of total distance)
 Actual stage distance: 349.17km(22.8% of total distance)
 Road section distance: 1,179.64km
 Total distance: 1,528.81km
Milestones
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 DRIVERS - PODIUM FINISHERS 
    Win was 40th win and 61st podium for Sebastien Ogier.
 Second place was 23rd podium for Thierry Neuville. 
 Third place was 42nd podium for Daniel Sordo Castillo. 
 MAKES - PODIUM FINISHERS 
    Win was 84th win and 344th podium for Ford.
    Second and third places were 25th to 26th podiums for Hyundai.
Sebastien Ogier
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As Ogier won and with all three Fords finishing in top-6, Malcolm Wilson must feel happy. Between them, Tanak and Ogier led most of the rally and Ogier's win was his fifth in Portugal, drawing him equal with Alen's record. Click picture to see larger version in a pop-up window
Thierry Neuville
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Hyundai's and Neuville's strong results continued. Though he wasn't quite able to challenge for the win, second place elevated Thierry to second in the championship as well and Sordo's third place ensured that Hyundai scored almost as well as M-Sport. Click picture to see larger version in a pop-up window
Craig Breen
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Yet another difficult rally for Citroen. Best placed and only one without problems was Breen, whose fifth place surely was a disappointment. Meeke was fast, even leading for brief while, but his run of non-scores gets longer and longer. Click picture to see larger version in a pop-up window
Juho Hanninen
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Toyota fielded three cars for the first time. Juho Hanninen was slowest of them but finished highest. Latvala had high fever and rolled under braking on first day while Esapekka Lappi, who set competitive times, hit wall and lost time on second day. Click picture to see larger version in a pop-up window
Related links
Rally Argentina 2017
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