Wales Rally GB 2017

1 Astier R.
Peugeot 208 R2
2 Brazzoli E.
Peugeot 208 R2
Astier R.
Peugeot 208 R2 
Brazzoli E.
Peugeot 208 R2 
retired (88 - Boland Eamonn / Morrissey Michael Joseph): retired after SS 21
flash info (3 - Evans Elfyn / Barritt Daniel): It's been a good rally. I'm very, very grateful to everyone that's stuck by me over the years and helped me to get to this point. This is for them!
flash info (5 - Neuville Thierry / Gilsoul Nicolas): I got the message about Séb before the start so I tried to just enjoy it. Congratulations to Séb. He deserves it.
flash info (1 - Ogier Sébastien / Ingrassia Julien): I Don't know what to say. It's been a tough year for sure. Thanks to everyone at M-Sport and Malcolm. It's amazing to be the world champion with the team.
flash info (6 - Mikkelsen Andreas / Jæger Anders): I tried to go as fast as I could but there were some mistakes here and there. I was pushing to hard, maybe?
flash info (10 - Latvala Jari-Matti / Anttila Miikka): I gave absolutely everything in there. There was nothing more I could give.
flash info (2 - Tänak Ott / Järveoja Martin): Malcolm and all the team have done an incredible job this year and it's been a huge success. They really deserve this.
flash info (9 - Meeke Kris / Nagle Paul): I've enjoyed my weekend and the important thing is it was a contact weekend and we can learn from it.
flash info (4 - Paddon Hayden / Marshall Sebastian): Can't really be happy with the weekend. We'll forget this one, reset and come back to Australia stronger.
flash info (12 - Lappi Esapekka / Ferm Janne): It was a really hard rally for us. We were struggling a lot. We need to do a lot of work with the car and also my driving. We need to learn a lot from this.
flash info (16 - Sordo Dani / Martí Marc): We will try to come back stronger next year.
flash info (14 - Østberg Mads / Axelsson Emil): I'm glad to be at the end of the rally. It's been a disastrous weekend for us.
Runnning order: 1. Østberg, 2. Al Qassimi, 3. Breen, 4. Sordo, 5. Lappi, 6. Paddon, 7. Meeke, 8. Tänak, 9. Mikkelsen, 10. Latvala, 11. Ogier, 12. Neuville, 13. Evans.