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Volkswagen’s Sebastien Ogier holds the narrowest of leads over team-mate Andreas Mikkelsen after day two of Rally Poland. Mikkelsen wrestled the lead from Ogier after the first run of Friday night’s Super Special Stage but the reigning World Champion took the honours on the day’s final run, and will start on Saturday with a 0.9 second edge.


Rally organisers were forced to cancel two of the afternoon’s stages after rain caused damage to the roads.

New Zealand's Hayden Paddon, driving for the Hyundai World Rally Team, is currently in eleventh place.

Standings after SS10, Rally Poland:

1. OGIER 47:22.4
2. MIKKELSEN 47:23.3,+19.5
4. LATVALA 47:54.4, +32.0
5. MEEKE 48:02.4, +40.0
6. HIRVONEN 48:29.2, +1:06.8
7. EVANS 48:43.8, +1:21.4
8. NEUVILLE 48:45.2, +1:22.8
9. SOLBERG 48:50.2, +1:27.8
10. PROKOP 49:03.3, +1:40.9

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