Marcus Gronholm and Kimi Raikkonen have both run into trouble on stage six of the Rally Sweden.
Formula 1 convert Raikkonen stopped on the stage, with initial reports from camera crews suggesting he hit a snow bank in his Citroen Junior C4. The Finn managed to continue for a short distance before pulling to a halt again. He eventually rejoined and completed the stage 26 minutes behind the leaders.
Gronholm was holding sixth on his return with Stobart Ford, but lost more than 10 minutes on the stage when the car developed an electrical problem. He was able to coax it into life again and continue to the end of the stage.
Mikko Hirvonen still holds the lead for Ford, with Sebastien Loeb now back ahead of Dani Sordo in second place.