From: http://www.planio.it/federkronos/risultati/rally/sanremo97/index.htm

Results after the 17th stage (end of the 2nd day). Tomorrow there will be 8 more stages. SAINZ and MAKINEN exchanged positions.

McRae went from 8th to 2nd today. Loix is going backwards (from 2nd to 6th), and so is Auriol (5th to 8th).

Rank Num Crew Car GC Time Delay AbsGrpCls 1 1 1 4 LIATTI P. /PONS F. Subaru Impreza A6 2:56'11 0'00 2 2 2 3 MCRAE C. /GRIST N. Impreza 555 WRC A6 2:56'17 0'06 3 3 3 1 MAKINEN T. /HARJANNE S. Mitsubishi L.4 A6 2:56'37 0'26 4 4 4 5 SAINZ C. /MOYA L. Ford Escort WRC A6 2:56'40 0'29 5 5 5 6 KANKKUNEN J. /REPO J. Ford Escort WRC A6 2:56'48 0'37 6 6 6 10 LOIX F. /SMEETS S. Toyota Corolla A6 2:57'02 0'51 7 7 7 7 AURIOL D. /GIRAUDET D. Toyota Corolla A6 2:57'15 1'04 8 8 8 11 AGHINI A. /ROGGIA L. Toyota C. Four A6 2:57'43 1'32 9 9 9 12 NAVARRA A. /ALESSANDRINI A. Subaru Impreza A6 2:59'26 3'15 10 10 10 32 OLDRATI D. /LIZZI P. Subaru Impreza A6 3:02'41 6'30 11 11 11 30 TRAVAGLIA R. /ZANELLA F. Subaru Impreza A6 3:04'20 8'09 12 12 1 25 ROVANPERA H. /SILANDER V. Seat Ibiza GT A4 3:05'14 9'03

Seat (ROVANPERA) now leads F2. The Renaults of Andreucci and Sperrer have retired.

In group N the previous leading Mitsubishis disappeared (GUIZZARDI retired. I am not sure about TRELLES). Now a Subaru leads, but it is followed by 2 other Mitsubishis:

15 1 1 38 MANFRINATO G. /CONDOTTA C. Subaru Impreza N6 3:11'33 15'22 17 2 2 47 STAGNI M. /BRAZZOLI E. Mitsubishi L. 4 N6 3:12'06 15'55 18 3 3 46 BALDINI L. /AGOSTINELLI M. Mitsubishi L. 3 N6 3:13'00 16'49

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