Loeb, Duval Dominate Rally of Germany's 2nd Day
Topics: OMV ADAC Rallye Deutschland
August 27, 2005
Citroen rally drivers Sebastien Loeb and Francois Duval of France have dominated the second day of the Rally of Germany with no other driver winning a stage.
Loeb, the reigning world champion, won four of the six timed sectors while Duval took the other two. Loeb leads Duval by 27.1 seconds in the overall standings.
Former world champion Marcus Gronholm of Finland in a Peugeot is third overall 1:20.3 behind Loeb. Estonian Markko Martin is fourth nearly two minutes behind the Frenchman.
The German rally is the 11th of the 16-event World Rally Championship season. Loeb leads the overall standings with 83 points. Gronholm is second with 55 while Petter Solberg of Norway is third.
Some information for this report provided by AFP.
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