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GP Week : Issue 15
AUSTRIAN Mitsubishi driver Andreas Aigner became only the second driver in the history of the PCWRC to win three successive rallies in this category, in Turkey. He had a long battle with Peugeot driver Patrik Sandell, before the Swede had transmission problems, and then gearbox sensor trouble, before eventually finishing second. Early leader was Mirco Baldacci, but like many drivers he was delayed by suspension failure, eventually finishing third in the category. Early challenger Uwe Nittel retired on the final day with suspected engine failure. Aigner’s Red Bull team-mate Bernardo Sousa stopped on Day 2 after an accident when a spectator walked into the road in front of his car and suffered a broken leg. Subaru had another bad event. Four of its new N14 cars started but none completed the course. Toshi Arai had power steering failure, which caused a fire, Nasser Al Attiyah had failure of an ECU, and Naren Kumar, pictured right, and Francesco Trevisin both suffered fuel tank damage because of broken exhaust pipes. Evgeniy Vertunov rolled just before the end of the final stage but finished sixth, the top placed Group N Subaru, in an old model Impreza. PCWRC: Aigner takes the hat-trick 45