WRC. OGIER WINS AND TOUCHES THE TITLE
Sébastien Ogier set the umpteenth success in the national rally for Volkswagen Motorsport. In Germany the World Champion, amazingly supported as always by Ingrassia,... WRC. OGIER WINS AND TOUCHES THE TITLE

Sébastien Ogier set the umpteenth success in the national rally for Volkswagen Motorsport. In Germany the World Champion, amazingly supported as always by Ingrassia, lead his VW Polo WRC to success in 147 out of the 21 special stages.

 
Ogier’s masterstroke came in the longest special stage, 45km repeated twice where the Stilo driver has shown all his class killing all wishes for direct competitors, his Team mates Jari-Matti Latvala and Andreas Mikkelsen (co-drivers Miikka Anttila and Ola Floene) in the first plac, all of them Stilo drivers.

For Volkswagen Motorsport this is the 30th success out of 35 events run in the World Rally Championship and Stilo’s been technical partner. Ogier and Ingrassia achieved their 30th victory in their career, sixth in the current season, and got much closer to the thirs World Championship.

The final ranking as always, is rich with drivers who chose the undisputed quality of Stilo products.
In the first 10 positions we find, further to the quoted Ogier, Latvala and Mikkelsen, Sordo, Neuville, Evans, Ostberg, Tanak, Paddon and Lefebvre. Nine drivers driving for four great constructors, Volkswagen, Citroen, Hyundai and Ford.

In WRC2 too though the leader was a driver who chose Stilo, Jan Kopecky driving the new Skoda Fabia R5 on its debut, soon taking the leadership of the rally and never leaving it. The ranking of the WRC2 Championship is lead by Nasser Al-Attiyah (co-driver Matthieu Baumel), Stilo driver as well at the wheels of his Ford Fiestra RRC.