Finland WRC: Meeke seals victory, Neuville tops Power Stage
Kris Meeke took his second WRC victory of the season after finishing Rally Finland with a comfortable lead over Jari-Matti Latvala.
Hyundai's Thierry Neuville went fastest in the Power Stage, beating teammate Hayden Paddon by a second.
Meanwhile, with an advantage of 32.8s before the Power Stage and Meeke comfortably made it home in first, giving up 3.7s to Latvala in the final run.
The Finn ended up second, the local driver failing to win his home event for the first time since 2013.
The podium was completed by Craig Breen, the 26-year-old Irishman celebrating his first top-three finish in WRC.
Losing three seconds in the Power Stage, he ended up narrowly edging out Neuville and Paddon to the spot, the Hyundai duo separated by just 2.3s behind Breen.
Mads Ostberg finished sixth as Andreas Mikkelsen completed a low-key event in seventh.
The top 10 was made up by WRC2 winner Esapekka Lappi, Hyundai's Kevin Abbring and WRC2 runner-up Teemu Suninen.
Finland WRC: Meeke keeps safe lead before Power Stage
Hyundai Motorsport drivers in close fight to the finish in Rally Finland