Sebastien Loeb is back in the lead of the Rally of Great Britain after Jari-Matti Latvala lost a minute with a puncture on today's final stage.
Ford driver Latvala had been holding a 4.5sec cushion over Loeb prior to Myherin, but has now fallen to sixth place, 1m07sec off the lead.
Just two stages earlier, Loeb had been down in fourth, having struggled on the Hafren stage due to the amount of rain water that had filled the ruts created by the cars on this morning's first pass. But the Citroen number two quickly recovered, winning both the Sweet Lamb and Myherin stages to reclaim the lead following Latvala's delay.
Loeb's nearest challenger is now Petter Solberg, with the Norwegian Citroen privateer just 1.8sec behind the World Rally Champion. Sebastien Ogier is also within 3.6sec of the lead in the second works Citroen, having brought himself back into the lead fight by going quickest on Hafren.
Mikko Hirvonen is a frustrated fourth, 42.2sec off the pace and baffled that, despite feeling he was driving well, he has lost time to the leaders all day. He is 6.7sec ahead of Dani Sordo, who spun his Citroen Junior car on Hafren.
Pos Driver Car Time/Gap
1. Sebastien Loeb Citroen 1h15m34.6s
2. Petter Solberg Citroen + 1.8s
3. Sebastien Ogier Citroen + 3.6s
4. Mikko Hirvonen Ford + 42.2s
5. Dani Sordo Citroen + 48.9s
6. Jari-Matti Latvala Ford + 1m07.0s
7. Henning Solberg Ford + 2m30.5s
8. Matthew Wilson Ford + 3m19.3s
9. Mads Ostberg Subaru + 3m38.3s
10. Kimi Raikkonen Citroen + 4m27.1s