12-13-14 June became 6's race of the year in Sardinia. The winner was the Sebastien Ogier / Julien Ingrassia, while 2 was won by New Zealander Hayden Paddon, driving a Hyundai i20 and co-driver of John Kennard's compatriot (56 years). With Hyundai i20 and 3 of the ranking, the Belgian Thierry Neuville co-hosted his compatriot Nicolas Gilsoul.
In Poland, the 3-5 July three-day event was transferred. The rally has again won the duo Sebastien Ogier / Julien Ingrassia, with 2s in their standings Andreas Mikkelsen / Ola Floene. 3 was the Estonian Ott Tanak with co-driver Raigo Molder of the M-Sport World Rally Team with a Ford Fiesta RS WRC car.
Kubica in his home rally finished at 8.
Jari-Matti Latvala and Miikka Anttila made their second victory this year in the rally of their home country. In second place again a Ford Fiesta RS but with another driver this time. Welsh Elfyn Evans with co-driver Englishman Daniel Barritt finished second, while 3 was the twin Andreas Mikkelsen / Ola Floene.
11-13 September took place in the last of the 3 fights that took place this year outside Europe. After Mexico and Argentina the series took Australia to host 10 this year's race. At 2 first places were found the same teams that finished first and second in the previous match, that of Germany. Only 3's position changed hands, going to Northern Ireland's Kris Meeke with the Citroen DS3 WRC and co-driver of the Irish Paul Nagle.
Very close to Belgium are the British Kris Meeke (with 83 points) and Elfyn Evans (with 81 points).
Norwegian Ostberg, although he was never in the top finishing position, with the positions he ranked (5-6-7 most of the time) has gathered several points that put him in 4's position in the overall ranking. And of course, Mikkelsen's third place has led him far away from 3's contenders, behind 2's top Ogier and Latvala.
After the Ogier accident the twin Mikkelsen / Floene finally managed to win a fight! In the second place, Latvala / Anttila, the Finnish twin, and thirds finish the Spaniards Sordo / Marti with Hyundai
The French Ogier / Ingrassia returned to the top of the Welsh Rally. Second Northern Irishman Kris Meeke with co-driver Irwin Paul Nagle with the Citroen team, while 3 was finished again by Mikkelsen / Floene.
This was the last rally of the year .....
At 1 o'clock is the match Osmanlispor-Karagumruk 1st class Turkey match. The visitors are in good shape running a series of 4 wins and 2 draws in 5th place and have aspirations to rise. While the home side are not in such a good position they are betting on the home side. Here's worth trying out the 2 DNB that pays well at 1.90 in the bet elsewhere maybe 3/10 above stake