Vodafone Rally de Portugal 2019

1 Pieniążek Ł.
Ford Fiesta R5
2 Østberg M.
Citroën C3 R5
3 Rovanperä K.
Škoda Fabia R5 Evo
4 Kopecký J.
Škoda Fabia R5 Evo
Rovanperä K.
Škoda Fabia R5 Evo 
Kopecký J.
Škoda Fabia R5 Evo 
Østberg M.
Citroën C3 R5 
Pieniążek Ł.
Ford Fiesta R5 
retired (19 - Loeb Sébastien / Elena Daniel): retired after SS 20
retired (79 - Oldrati Enrico / Scattolin Simone): retired after SS 20
flash info (8 - Tänak Ott / Järveoja Martin): Before the rally it was looking tough. Yesterday night it was looking quite bad and then we managed to do it. Definitely one of my hardest victories ever - we had to fight and we had a lot of problems. I had to heat the brakes just before the finish line to make sure Seb opens the road in Sardegna.
flash info (11 - Neuville Thierry / Gilsoul Nicolas): I had put a hard tyre on the stage but we were waiting too long at the start. Coming here after our huge crash in Chile and having such a good feeling in the car is great.
Stage is restarted.
(5 - Meeke Kris / Marshall Sebastian): It looks like Kris cut a right-hand corner too much and damaged the steering, throwing him off into the bank on the other side of the road. A tow truck is en-route to move his car out of the way.
flash info (1 - Ogier Sébastien / Ingrassia Julien): Crash of Meeke is kind of bad news because I wasn't planning on opening the road in Sardegna.
The stage has been temporarily stopped. Kris Meeke's Toyota is blocking the road.
retired (5 - Meeke Kris / Marshall Sebastian): accident in SS 20
flash info (3 - Suninen Teemu / Salminen Marko): The pace was really good on Friday. In the end, quite a good result and maybe some points from the power stage.
(19 - Loeb Sébastien / Elena Daniel): He's still stopped after the stage. Looks like he might not be able to make it back to the finish with his suspension damage.
flash info (33 - Evans Elfyn / Martin Scott): The start was alright really, not perfect by all means but we found a good pace. Unfortunately a small issue put an unfortunate spin on events. There's not much you can do from four-minutes down.
Stage is restarded.
flash info (10 - Latvala Jari-Matti / Anttila Miikka): It's been a tough weekend. The most important thing is that the car was fast and we had the speed. I hope I will get a fair time for the power stage.
Officials are moving his Fiesta as far away from the stage as possible. It looks like the suspension broke before the landing, making Gus a passenger as soon as the car landed.
The stage has been stopped whilst Greensmith's car is moved off the stage. Both crew are out of the car. Jari-Matti Latvala is driving through the stage none competitively.
retired (44 - Greensmith Gus / Edmondson Elliott): accident in SS 20
flash info (19 - Loeb Sébastien / Elena Daniel): I braked too late on a tarmac corner and hit something.
(19 - Loeb Sébastien / Elena Daniel): Seb runs wide on a right-hander and loses a few seconds. The rear left wheel is moving around which suggests he has some suspension damage. Dropping a lot of time now as he limps to the finish.
flash info (6 - Sordo Dani / Del Barrio Carlos): It was nice - I tried to push and I tried to enjoy. It will be difficult to do a really good time because the stage is cleaning all of the time.
flash info (23 - Rovanperä Kalle / Halttunen Jonne): Big thanks to the team - everything has been going well and they have worked really hard to get the car finished.
flash info (24 - Kopecký Jan / Dresler Pavel): It means a lot to the team. They did a really great job because the rally was so rough. Thanks to them for the car and we are already looking forward to Sardegna.
flash info (21 - Østberg Mads / Eriksen Torstein): I had some bad noise in my front suspension after my first pass here. We are through now and I am happy with the way we have improved over the weekend. We do have some big challenges to overcome if we want to fight on the rougher rallies like this one. The first thing we need to solve is the rims; we need new rims.
Running order: 1.Østberg 2.Kopecky 3.Rovanperä 4.Sordo 5.Loeb 6.Greensmith 7.Latvala 8.Evans 9.Suninen 10.Ogier 11.Meeke 12.Neuville 13.Tänak