Robert Kubica kept up his record of winning at least one stage on every rally so far.
It is the first time the Citroën Total Abu Dhabi World Rally Team has finished on the podium this season.
All three Hyundai Motorsport crews have fought hard to complete the stern test of Rally Mexico with Dani Sordo claiming a fine top-five finish at the end of Sunday’s loop
Dani Sordo still in a top-five position overall as Rally Mexico moves into its final day after a mixed Saturday for the Spaniard that saw him take a stage win in SS13.
There was more drama for the “TiTänak” following yesterday’s epic repair.
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.
Dani Sordo leads the Hyundai Motorsport charge after the first full day of action in this weekend’s Rally Mexico, securing a top six position overall in the #8 Hyundai i20 WRC
“Water” great effort from the M-Sport mechanics.
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.
The two Citroën Total Abu Dhabi World Rally Team crews will change continent for the next round of the WRC calendar. Rally Mexico will be held on 5-8 March.
Hyundai Motorsport has scored a fantastic podium with Thierry Neuville/Nicolas Gilsoul finishing second and playing a key part in an exhilarating battle for Rally Sweden victory