- May 13, 2011
- BMW Group
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- While all were hapy for Dani Sordo and his sixth-place finish, there was sympathy for teammate Kris Meeke, who did not finish due to some technical difficulties: “We said before the rally we wanted to see the speed of the car and we showed we have entered at a very good level in terms of speed. Obviously Dani’s car has worked faultlessly and he has had very good reliability. I have had a minor technical glitch and it appeared on both days and we didn’t want to take the risk running again today. We know the solution for that but we can’t do it this weekend but we will put that right in the coming weeks. Everyone is very positive so we just have to take it from here and go forward.
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