One hit you, one hit me! Thierry Neuville got closer to one tenth of a second Sébastien Ogier at the end of the antepenultimate special of the Rally of Sardinia in which our compatriot had beaten his best enemy by 1.6 seconds. This time Ogier was faster. Of how much ? 1.6 seconds of course!
Suddenly, while there is only the “power stage” of 6.9 km to go (from 12:18 pm), the first three of the rally are reunited in a handful of seconds: Sordo still leads the dance, with a comfortable 9.2 second mattress on Ogier. Neuville is 3rd, 10.9 seconds behind the leader.
If Sordo does not adopt a false rhythm as in the first special of this last day, he will have won the race. As for 2nd place, it will once again be the subject of a merciless fight between Ogier and Neuville. During the first pass, Neuville had inflicted 1.6 seconds on Ogier. He is currently 1.7 seconds behind the French …
See you at 12:18 for the final explanation! Around a big 13 hours for the verdict.