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Sunday up for Ott Tanak as he leads his extended way through GB Really

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Another spectacular 0.9 seconds added to the tally for Ott Tanak on his GB rally as he won the Colwyn Bay spectacular stage, moreover extending his hands towards the World Really Championship against his rival contenders.
The event occurred at the only night stage for the Saturday racing event, and the tracks are only a few miles away from the HQ rally, which is based around the Colwyn Bay in Llandudno. A great milestone indeed marked up for the Sunday.
Despite the earlier issues and troubles during the race that made him unable to hear for the voices of the co-driver Martin, which was caused as a result of an extra noise occurring from the ripping apart of the rear bumper of his Toyota, the champion leader edged faster than Thierry Neuville by nine-tenths of a second.
The main title contender for Hyundai had put in lots of effort during the test, excelling in each, even after experimenting with the smashing of the left mirror of his car by grazing it against the hay bale during the final laps.
In spite, the gain of 0/1 seconds which put him on the third place Ogier, the gap between Neuville and Tanka has extended up to 11seconds for him with the five stages on Sunday to take place events.
The top five people in the rank list seems a mirror in the top five event results from the Colwyn Bay, some changes though like Kris Meeke bagging up another ½ an against Ogier onto the third place and also, Andreas Mikkelsen completing into the top rankers.
While, Mikkelsen was one of the players losing a position upon the Colwyn Bay whilst having only a 2.8 s in hand against the Elfyn Evans, who had been all his might and enthusiasm all the day long with a series of three stage wins. But this was a better run by Mikkelsen than his M sports rival who extended the gap for a 4. 5 seconds for the night time test.
It will be Evans leading the M sports trio into the sixth events on the Teemu Suninen and Pontus Tidemand. Craig Breen was just closing behind with the pace which he had to compromise with due to mud on the partial windscreen, this, making him adjust for his visibility all through on the surface.
Green was seen increasing his time lap against the Kalle Rovanpera up to 14.2 a and thus, finally the whole team heading to Llandudno for its first service after the car had left for the Saturday nights for the 1 St time after all morning.

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