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GP Week : Issue 139
WRC SPAIN >> year, Armindo Araujo went off the road on the first stage. For the second rally running, the Portuguese driver had gone off the road shortly after the star t of the first stage of the final day. And just as the computers were working out the championship positions came the realisation that the looming rain had finally arrived on the stages. After a taking a bet on fitting soft compound tyres, the Minis of Meeke and Sordo took the two top positions on the Power Stage, and of the top championship drivers, only Loeb took a supplemental point. The quest for night time stages as part of the FIA’s declared attempt at reviving ancient and hallowed rallying traditions, backfired badly. But through it all came the seven times world champion Lucky Loeb, who once again unexpectedly landed on his feet, winning Citroen’s 80th WRC event. 41