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Thierry Neuville with co driver Martijn Wydaeghe in their Hyundai i20 N Rally1 rally car for the Hyundai Shell Motorsport WRT rally team on Stage 16 / SS16 / Vindeln 1 of WRC Rally Sweden 2022. Crazy fast average speed of 139.9 km/h, as Thierry Neuville battles with Rovanperä and Lappi for podium positions and championship points for the 2022 FIA World Rally Championship.
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Stage Stats —————
Driver: Thierry Neuville
Co Driver : Martijn Wydaeghe
Rally Car: Hyundai i20 N Rally1
Stage Name: SS16 Vindeln 1
Stage Distance: 14.19 km
Stage Time: 6 Minutes 5.2 Seconds
Average Speed: 139.9 km/h
Stage Performance: Second, behind Rovanperä by 2.2 seconds
Rally Result: 2nd Overall
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