Second spill in two rallies for Thierry
Toyota driver Jari-Matti Latvala moved into the lead of Rally Sweden after Hyundai’s Thierry Neuville crashed out after losing a wheel on Saturday evening's superspecial, while leading by over 40 seconds. It was the second time in as many rallies that the Belgian has crashed, this time losing a wheel and any hopes of a first win in Sweden.
Hyundai plans to repair the car overnight to allow Neuville the chance to score points in the powerstage, but his crash has turned a three-way scrap for second into a fight for victory heading into Sunday's final three stages, with Ford man Ott Tanak now just 3.8 seconds behind Latvala, with the second M-Sport Ford of Ogier only another 12.8 seconds behind.
Superspecial Dani Sordo sits fourth for Hyundai, 1m39s down on the lead battle, followed by Citroen driver Craig Breen, DMACK Ford's Elfyn Evans, Stephane Lefebvre's Citroen DS3 and Pontus Tidemand leading WRC2 in ninth.