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RS13: VW and BMW ahead of Lancia

The German brands continued their raid on this 26th edition of Rallye Monte-Carlo Historique, by winning RS13 which opened the 3rd and final part of the Common Leg on Tuesday morning: a 1981 BMW 323i driven by a Spanish crew, Luis Climent Asensio and Victor Buades (#146), took the laurels between Saint-Nazaire-le-Désert and La Motte Chalançon (18.2 km), another mythical stage of the WRC version, tied with a 1982 VW Scirocco, driven by Ilya Kashin and navigated by Boris Kostyrko (#43).

This was the first regularity stage of the final day and, as is often the case since Monday, the Lancia of the Swiss title holders was back at the front: Claudio Enz and Cristina Seeberger, in their Fulvia 1.3S Coupé, took 3rd place, ahead of the other Lancia Fulvia of a Danish crew, Simonsen-Kristensen (#30), and another BMW, the 2002 Ti of Laurent Combier and Etienne Berthoin.

This good result enabled the crew in the VW Scirocco to move up one place in the overall standings, from 5th to 4th, behind an unchanged leading trio: Opel, ahead of Mini and Alfa. There were still two SRs to be contested on the way back to Monaco, followed by the last two this evening around Col de Turini.

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