Elfyn Evans, the British driver for the Toyota Gazoo team, won the fourth stage of the World Rally Championship (WRC) held in Croatia.
After completing 20 stages of the fight in the capital, Zagreb, in 2 hours, 50 minutes, and 54.3 seconds, Evans became the first of the season and the sixth WRC championship of his career.
M-Sport Ford driver Ott Tanak was second, 27 seconds behind Evans, and Isabica Lappi (Hyundai Shell Mobis) was third, 58.6 seconds behind the leader.
After finishing the race in fifth place, Sebastien Ogier (Toyota Gazoo) increased his score to 69 and maintained his lead in the drivers’ classification. Ogier, winner of 8 World Rally Championship titles, was followed by Evans with the same points, and Calle Rovanpera (Toyota Gazoo) with 68 points.
The fifth leg of the World Radiocommunication Conference will be held in Portugal from May 11-14.
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