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After an impressive performance on both the Monte Carlo Rallye and Rally Sweden, teenage sensation, Kalle Rovanpera says there is still more left in the tank. The 19-year-old won the Swedish power stage but explains there was still more speed to come in his performance.
"I think it was the best stage I have done," he explained of the power stage. "It’s been quite demanding today, but I felt I was quite clean on the gravel section so then I pushed on the snow – it paid off. "It’s quite a nice feeling in the car," he explained.
"It’s doesn’t feel too much on the limit."
"There were a few mistakes stalling the car (across the weekend), but those are just things I need to learn from the new car. At least, I didn’t do them after two times and not any more. The feeling is really nice. Rovanpera moved above his teammate Sebastien Ogier in the rally concluding power stage moving him up to third position overall. It made him the youngest driver ever on a WRC podium.
"I didn’t expect to feel so good in the car, talking Jonne [Halttunen, co-driver] he said it was maybe not enough. But it was and I was happy."
 
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