T coming home 20.8s in arrears and Jari-Matti Latvala taking third.
– which he won –after falling out of victory contention after changing a wheel at the end of Saturday’s running.
He now moves ahead of six-time WRC champion Sebastien Ogier – who also had to change a wheel following a puncture – in the standings, 13 points clear of the Frenchman.
points in his pursuit of Tanak.
Mikkelsen following a lively battle between the pair of Sunday morning.
, with the positions swapping on the following two stages.
Lappi then beat Mikkelsen by nearly 1.6s to secure sixth on the Power Stage.
, and is now 42 points adrift in the championship.
Skoda Fabia R5, helped by teammate Kalle Rovanpera's two off-road excursions earlier in the rally.
|1||8|| Ott Tanak |
|Toyota Yaris WRC||3:15'29.8|
|2||5|| Kris Meeke |
|Toyota Yaris WRC||3:15'50.6||20.8|
|3||10|| Jari-Matti Latvala |
|Toyota Yaris WRC||3:16'05.8||36.0|
|4||11|| Thierry Neuville |
|Hyundai i20 Coupe WRC||3:16'28.3||58.5|
|5||6|| Dani Sordo |
Carlos del Barrio
|Hyundai i20 Coupe WRC||3:16'46.4||1'16.6|
|6||89|| Andreas Mikkelsen |
|Hyundai i20 Coupe WRC||3:17'16.0||1'46.2|
|7||1|| Sébastien Ogier |
|Citroën C3 WRC||3:17'26.1||1'56.3|
|8||4|| Esapekka Lappi |
|Citroën C3 WRC||3:17'32.0||2'02.2|
|9||44|| Gus Greensmith |
|Ford Fiesta WRC||3:21'52.0||6'22.2|
|10||17|| Takamoto Katsuta |
|Toyota Yaris WRC||3:23'49.0||8'19.2|
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