Rallying - Toyota's Rovanpera leads in Greece after day one

10/9/2021 11:25:00 PM

Rallying - Toyota's Rovanpera leads in Greece after day one

Rallying - Toyota's Rovanpera leads in Greece after day one

Toyota's Kalle Rovanpera led after the first day of Greece's Acropolis Rally on Friday with championship-leading team mate Sebastien Ogier third.Hyundai's Estonian Ott Tanek was second, 3.7 seconds behind the Finn, with Frenchman Ogier two tenths further behind in a close battle between the three drivers

LinkedIn Toyota's Kalle Rovanpera led after the first day of Greece's Acropolis Rally on Friday with championship-leading team mate Sebastien Ogier third.LinkedIn TOKYO : Toyota Motor Corp cut its annual production target by 300,000 vehicles on Friday as rising COVID-19 infections slowed output at parts factories in Vietnam and Malaysia, compounding a global shortage of auto chips.LinkedIn TOKYO : Toyota Motor Corp cut its annual production target on Friday by 300,000 vehicles as a slowdown in output at COVID-19 hit parts factories in Vietnam and Malaysia added to the pain of a global shortage of auto chips.J.

Hyundai's Estonian Ott Tanek was second, 3.7 seconds behind the Finn, with Frenchman Ogier two tenths further behind in a close battle between the three drivers over the day's five rock-strewn gravel stages.Unlike other big global automakers that were forced earlier to scale back production plans, Toyota had managed to avoid cuts to output because it had stockpiled key components along a supply chain hardened against disruption following northeast Japan's devastating earthquake in 2011.Ogier's closest title rivals had a difficult day with Toyota team mate Elfyn Evans suffering a stuck gearbox and losing five minutes while Hyundai's Belgian Thierry Neuville lost six minutes to broken power steering.3 million.Ogier, chasing his eighth world championship, is 38 points clear of Welshman Evans with three rounds remaining after Greece.Car sales in China in August fell by almost a fifth from a year earlier because there were fewer vehicles for people to buy."I was pretty pessimistic starting this day given our road position and the conditions, I was thinking it could be a tough one, but I think I did everything I could and managed to stay out of trouble," said Ogier.Since “Insomnia” in 2002, Warner Bros.

"We were really on the limit in some sections and also a bit clever in some rough parts.3 million." Saturday, with six stages and 132.56km of competitive action, is the longest day of the Lamia-based rally that started with an opening street stage in Athens on Thursday.5 trillion yen (US$22.The rally is making its return to the calendar for the first time since 2003.(Reporting by Alan Baldwin in London, editing by Christian Radnedge) Source: Reuters.Adding to a 360,000 vehicle cut in worldwide production in September, Toyota said on Friday it will reduce output by a further 70,000 this month and by 330,000 in October.box office, its global gross of $363 million still stands among the top five highest-grossing Hollywood films released since theaters first shut down worldwide in March 2020 and is currently just $9 million less than Marvel Studios’ “Black Widow,” which was released in theaters and as a Disney+ premium title this past July.

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