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The FIA has come under pressure to introduce 'virtual chicanes' in the World Rally Championship following the Rally Australia tractor incident.
Sebastien Ogier says Ott Tanak's crash on the penultimate Rally Australia stage "killed the emotion" of becoming a six-time World Rally Champion, given that he got the news via message on a road section.
Jari-Matti Latvala braved treacherous final-day conditions to win Rally Australia, while crashes for Thierry Neuville and Ott Tanak sealed a sixth World Rally Championship title for Sebastien Ogier.
Jari-Matti Latvala leads Rally Australia after his Toyota teammate Ott Tanak went off the road on Sunday morning, while Sebastien Ogier remains favourite for the WRC title.
Jari-Matti Latvala will slot into a rear-gunner role on the final day of the WRC season, having been told by Toyota not to put pressure on leader and title contender Ott Tanak.
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Police have identified a pair of daredevil spectators that survived a close shave with Thierry Neuville's Hyundai on the Welshs Creek Reverse stage at Rally Australia today.
Ott Tanak leads Rally Australia following Saturday afternoon's loop of stages, while Sebastien Ogier will go into the final day of the WRC season in control of the title fight.
Jari-Matti Latvala claimed the lead of Rally Australia on the Saturday morning loop, team-mate Ott Tanak helped Toyota’s WRC manufacturer title chances by going second, but Sebastien Ogier remains in control of the driver points standings.
Andreas Mikkelsen says Rally Australia organisers must ensure that his wild encounter with a tractor in the middle of a live stage "never happens again".
Mads Ostberg continues to lead Rally Australia after Friday's afternoon loop, while a run-in with a hay bale and a puncture have battered Thierry Neuville's WRC title hopes.
The returning Mads Ostberg leads Rally Australia after the opening stages, while Ott Tanak heads Thierry Neuville and Sebastien Ogier in the fight for the World Rally Championship title.
M-Sport is willing to sacrifice the chance to lift back-to-back World Rally Championship manufacturers' championship titles in favour of aiding Sebastien Ogier's chase of a sixth drivers' crown.
All WRC manufacturer teams will launch their 2019 challengers on Saturday at the Autosport International show ahead of the opening round of the season in Monte Carlo. Drivers, co-drivers and team principals will be present.