Citroen’s Kris Meeke finally claimed his maiden WRC victory in Argentina, defeating his teammate Mads Ostberg to become the first Briton to win at this level since his late mentor Colin McRae in 2002.
Kris Meeke continues to lead Rally Argentina at lunchtime on Day 2, but Citroen teammate Mads Ostberg has carved into his advantage.
Citroen’s Kris Meeke took control of Rally Argentina as his Volkswagen-mounted rivals fell by the wayside on the opening day.
Citroen’s Kris Meeke survived a puncture to lead Rally Argentina, having capitalized on Sebastien Ogier’s earlier exit, but Jari-Matti Latvala has halved his lead.
Reigning World Rally Champion is now over a minute clear of his nearest challenger.
Finn loses a wheel after hitting a bank, so VW teammate Ogier leads by almost a minute over Citroen's Mads Ostberg.
Rivals not only crash out but will rejoin to run ahead of the World Champion tomorrow to make his life even easier.
This morning's scary few moments of uncertainty for M-Sport's Ott Tanak and Raigo Molder has become a brand new challenge for the Ford team.
Ott Tanak’s car sinks to the bottom after scary crash, but both he and co-driver manage to swim to safety.
Talking with Motorsport.com, the Norwegian believes that the starting order regulations set forth by the FIA will be the key in Mexico and criticizes this decision.
Final-stage drama spells another victory for two-time World Champion, as young Norwegian teammate fails heroically.
Mikkelsen takes 3s lead into powerstage – but lost 3.8s on previous run through it.
Volkswagen steamroller gets brushed aside on Day Two, as Hyundai’s star blindsides aces Mikkelsen and Ogier.