Then came Wales Rally GB. And another stretching of those Estonian legs. He was out. In the clear. Coming out of Myherin and heading across the road to Sweet Lamb on the afternoon of the second day, Ott was in the lead of the championship.

Could it? Might it? Maybe. Definitely maybe.

This time, the foundations were far more secure. Leading the championship coming in, they bossed the weekend and delivered the perfect 30-pointer with maximum Wolf Power Stage points on top of the big P1 25.

And once his nose was out front, it was tenth-by-tenth, inch-by-inch. There were no whopping time gains to be made this time. Make no mistake, this was no conservative approach from Ott. He was pushing. And pushing hard.


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