Rally Poland (2016)
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Hyundai Motorsport finished third and fourth in Rally Poland, the seventh round of the 2016 FIA World Rally Championship (WRC), picking up 27 manufacturer points
Andreas Mikkelsen snatched away victory in Rally Poland after long-time leader Ott Tanak lost 40 seconds with a puncture in the penultimate stage.
DMACK driver Ott Tanak has closed in on his first WRC victory after finishing second and third in Rally Poland's two respective Sunday morning stages.
Hyundai Motorsport has two New Generation i20 WRC cars comfortably inside the top-four at the end of the penultimate day in Poland
Ott Tanak remained in the lead of Rally Poland after a drama-free trio of Saturday afternoon stages.
Ott Tanak more than quadrupled his lead in Rally Poland, scoring three stage wins on Saturday morning, with Andreas Mikkelsen and Hayden Paddon continuing to be his closest challengers.
Hyundai Motorsport has taken four wins on the opening ten stages, demonstrating the performance potential of the New Generation i20 WRC in Poland.
DMACK driver Ott Tanak was quickest in three of the four afternoon stages of Rally Poland and took the lead with a small advantage over Andreas Mikkelsen.
The Volkswagen of Andreas Mikkelsen leads Rally Poland after the four Friday morning stages, closely followed by Hyundai's Hayden Paddon.
Rally Italy winner Thierry Neuville was quickest in the first WRC stage in Poland, the 2.5 km Mikolajki Arena Super Special.
Winners of Rally de Portugal with Kris Meeke and Paul Nagle, the Abu Dhabi Total WRT returns to the WRC in Poland.
Hyundai Motorsport is ready to challenge for another podium result in round seven of the FIA World Rally Championship (WRC)
Citroen has announced it will take part in the Portuguese and Polish events of the WRC calendar this season, but with team leader Kris Meeke skipping the latter event.