Tanak rolls out of rally

BERNARD CARPINTER
Last updated 14:13 24/06/2012

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Estonian driver Ott Tanak has rolled his car out of fifth place in Brother Rally New Zealand.

Tanak and his co-driver Kuldar Sikk escaped without injury but their Ford was out of the rally with just two and a bit stages to go. The crash happened on the fast Puhoi stage. Citroen driver Thierry Neuville moved up to fifth.

Sebastien Loeb continues to lead Citroen team-mate Mikko Hirvonen, with Ford drivers Petter Solberg and Evgeny Novikov third and fourth respectively

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