Vodafone Rally de Portugal 2017

1 Solans N.
Ford Fiesta R2T
2 Ciamin N.
Ford Fiesta R2T
3 Brazzoli E.
Peugeot 208 R2
4 Miranda H.
Citroën C2 R2 Max
Solans N.
Ford Fiesta R2T 
Brazzoli E.
Peugeot 208 R2 
Miranda H.
Citroën C2 R2 Max 
retired (93 - Barbosa José / Barbosa Ricardo): retired after SS 19
retired (63 - Ciamin Nicolas / De La Haye Thibault): retired after SS 19
retired (4 - Paddon Hayden / Marshall Sebastian): retired after SS 19
retired (22 - Gorban Valeriy / Larens Sergei): retired after SS 19
flash info (39 - Tempestini Simone / Bernacchini Giovanni): We didn't expect this. It's not beautiful to get it this way but this is rally and we have to be happy with the result.
flash info (34 - Suninen Teemu / Markkula Mikko): That's good but I am disappointed I didn't win because I had the chance. Ok, a good rally but many small mistakes and things I can improve about my driving. My first gravel rally in this car has been good.
flash info (32 - Tidemand Pontus / Andersson Jonas): I saw Andreas, he was stopped near the start. I had troubles of my own - I think I have a puncture. I feel sorry for him. To stop on the last stage like this, he showed incredible speed. Ok, if we win this rally it's a fantastic start to my season.
retired (31 - Mikkelsen Andreas / Jæger Anders): accident in SS 19
(31 - Mikkelsen Andreas / Jæger Anders): rolled
flash info (1 - Ogier Sébastien / Ingrassia Julien): It feels great for sure. It's fantastic to be back on the top of the podium again. Thanks to the team - the new car was perfect. Amazing. A new car in Monte and we won - a new car here too.
flash info (5 - Neuville Thierry / Gilsoul Nicolas): A good stage for me, I tried my best but it wasn't enough. Ott was faster. I struggled this weekend with the rear of the car. The Fiestas were quicker - we couldn't catch them.
flash info (6 - Sordo Dani / Martí Marc): I'm really happy. Ok, it was disappointing not to be right in the fight on Saturday, but I'm happy to keep third place. I need to say thank you to everybody who supported me in the stages. Great to see so many people - amazing.
flash info (2 - Tänak Ott / Järveoja Martin): Not perfect in the beginning but good clean after that. Some points would be nice here.
flash info (8 - Breen Craig / Martin Scott): Really happy with fifth place again. We were one of the fastest on Friday and we can take positives from that. It hasn't been a terrible weekend.
flash info (3 - Evans Elfyn / Barritt Daniel): It wasn't the plan to make so big jump. I thought I'd braked enough - but the jump it threw us off line to the left.
flash info (11 - Hänninen Juho / Lindström Kaj): It was easier rally than Argentina finally. Okay, we learned a lot and it's nice to have a clean run. My first time on these stages and we can improve.
flash info (14 - Østberg Mads / Fløene Ola): That felt a bit long jump. It was crazy. When I was landing, I have faced mark 40 metres, I think.
flash info (10 - Latvala Jari-Matti / Anttila Miikka): Happy to finish this now. I've had to fight with myself this week. Now it's done and we score some points.
flash info (12 - Lappi Esapekka / Ferm Janne): Positive for sure - surprisingly so. Ok, a shame about yesterday, but it happens at this level - we are learning.
flash info (9 - Lefebvre Stéphane / Moreau Gabin): I hope for better on the next rally in Sardinia.
flash info (15 - Al Qassimi Khalid / Patterson Chris): Quite a moment on the last jump for sure. I wanted to carry a bit more speed. It was close.
flash info (7 - Meeke Kris / Nagle Paul): The jump seems a bit different this year - something has changed on the take-off - you really have to take care.
flash info (4 - Paddon Hayden / Marshall Sebastian): The road is cleaning a lot - more than I thought. Good fun, but very, very slippery at the rear and certainly not the fastest. We could have been fighting for the win here, but we're taking lots of positives. Seb's done a great job on his first event in the co-driver's seat.
Starting order: Paddon, Meeke, Al Qassimi, Lefebvre, Lappi, Latvala, Østberg, Hänninen, Evans, Breen, Tänak, Sordo, Neuville, Ogier