He crashed, fled and won: Sébastian Ogier was left with the victory in the WRC


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The third date of the championship WRC was tainted by controversy. This weekend the Rally Croatia, which started out quite bumpy. Kalle rovanpera, who arrived as the leader of the championship had a tremendous turnaround that left him out of all possibility of staying with the victory that remained in the hands of Sébastien Ogier.

However, the final action took place this Sunday, which began in a very controversial way. In the link stage between one of the tests, a very particular accident occurred. Sébastien Ogier had an incident with a tourist crossing the highway. There, the Frenchman had a deplorable attitude, since he did not assist the victim of the crash that was not reported if it had serious consequences.

Scandal in the World Rally Championship: He hit a tourist and escaped from the police

Following this accident, Ogier was stopped by the police a few meters after the accident. However, his attitude did not change. The Frenchman got on his Toyota yaris and accelerated, while one of the agents tried to stop him. Ogier did not want to lose more time than he had already lost, so he returned to the competition, starting the last stage.

As for sports, Ogier made a heroic stage. The accident that he had starred in minutes before starting produced some scratches on the right side of his Toyota and the performance of his car was seriously affected. Far from giving up, the current World Champion was left with the victory and defeated Elfyn evans for just 0.6 seconds.

Championship status

Sébastien Ogier took the lead in the World Rally Championship after this victory. The Frenchman accumulates 61 points in three dates and has already taken eight units from his pursuer, Thierry Neuville, which totals 53. Elfyn Evans completes the top three of the championship, as she reached 51 points. Kalle Rovanpera, who was leading before this race, fell to fifth place.

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