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Loeb takes lead in Acropolis Rally

Multiple world champion Sebastien Loeb was out in front after the opening nine special stages in the Acropolis Rally in Greece on Friday.

Driving a Citroen, Loeb took over the race lead after the fourth stage and led the two Ford drivers -- Jari-Matti Latvala and Petter Solberg -- by 6.5 seconds and 17.7 seconds respectively.

Loeb's teammate Mikko Hirvonen, delayed by a puncture in stage eight, was in fourth, 50 seconds off the pace.

The Acropolis concludes on Sunday.

[AFP]

ekathimerini.com , Friday May 25, 2012 (23:09)  
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