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- Sebastien Ogier and Julien Ingrassia snatched victory in the WRC’s Rally Jordan in the very last stage, as the Citroën Total World Rally Team crew won by two-tenths of a second - the smallest gap ever at the end of a WRC round. ”I set off at a fast pace in the first stage, but when I saw Seb’s [Loeb] time, I knew I had to push harder in the next ones,” says Ogier. “We managed to make the best of it as we’ve still got a lead that’s in keeping with our estimations. It’s not a big enough cushion, though. I’m going to have to go pedal to the metal right till the end to win the rally.”
Sebastian Vettel returned to the top step at one of his favorite circuits as he chased down Lewis Hamilton to take victory in a marathon Singapore Grand Prix.
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