Kris Meeke continues to lead the Rally of Scotland, but is currently unable to shake off main rival Guy Wilks, who remains just four seconds behind.
Peugeot driver Meeke had dominated last night's super specials, and was quickest again on Craigvinean, the first full-length stage of the rally this morning.
Wilks (Skoda) lost 3 seconds to Meeke on SS3, but responded by winning the following Blackcraig stage to bring the Intercontinental Rally Challenge champion's lead back down to 4.1sec. Alister McRae is third in the MEM Proton, 25.4sec down on Meeke.
The other main S2000 contenders have hit trouble. British Rally champion Keith Cronin's Abarth stopped on SS3, while Adam Gould lost a lot of time when he spun the BFGoodrich Peugeot on SS4 and had difficulty turning the car around.
Dave Weston Jr. is now the leading Group N driver in fourth, ahead of David Bogie. Alastair Fisher has fallen back to sixth having clipped a log pile on Blackcraig.
Leading positions after SS4:
Pos Driver Car Time/Gap
1. Kris Meeke Peugeot 20m18.1s
2. Guy Wilks Skoda + 4.1s
3. Alister McRae Proton + 25.4s
4. Dave Weston Jr. Subaru + 1m02.4s
5. David Bogie Mitsubishi + 1m19.4s
6. Alastair Fisher Mitsubishi + 1m23.4s
7. Jonathan Greer Mitsubishi + 1m25.7s
8. Jock Armstrong Subaru + 1m27.7s
9. Adam Gould Peugeot + 1m36.8s
10. Daniel Siguroarson Mitsubishi + 1m41.0s