|Julien Ingrassia & Sebastien Ogier on top of their VW Polo R WRC|
|Sebastien Ogier smiling!|
Keeping the cool, managing the car, tires, opponents on the forefront is what it takes to be a true champion, which he certainly has in abundance. No doubt! Mathematically he had a fair chance to seal the 2016 driver's championship, if he had all the maximum points in his favour.
|Kris Meeke, Craig Breen & DS3's|
Jari-Matti Latvala, last year's winner was struggling during the first few stages of the event, and his chances on the podium was getting thinner with every passing stage. His biggest worry was not finding the best feeling and the much needed rhythm to settle in his winning groove. However it never came calling this event and he had to settle for 4th overall at the end!
|Mikkelsen executing hairpin bend|
|Thierry Neuville interviewed|
|Mads Ostberg celebrating 100th WRC|
So the final result was Andreas finished second runner up, Thierry in the second place, and Sebastien Ogier winning it outright.
|Winners champagne on podium, Tour de Corse, Ogier, Ingrassia, Neuville, Gilsoul, Mikkelsen & Jaeger, with officials!|
As mentioned earlier, Ogier did have a chance to win the championship along with the rally, but for that he had to win all the extra bonus points in the rally's Power-stage, but he opted to "finish the rally the first, to finish first" and just got one for third place power-stage finish! He will have to wait till the next rally to get that required "two" points to bag the 4th title, and there is little chance in failing it, with three more rallies in the season.
WRC 2 :Elfyn Evans was the leader from the word "Go"! He drove flawlessly throughout the entire course of the rally and showed what it takes to win.
|Elfyn Evans negotiating a hairpin turn in his MSport Ford Fiesta R5, at Tour de Corse|
Czech's Jan Kopecky was pushing hard behind him, had to settle for second, while Frenchman Yoann Bonato settled for the third spot on the step!
WRC 3 :
Laurent Pellier won the category followed by , Yohan Rossel in second , and Martin Koci in third place.
|Yohan Rossel over a bridge over railway at Tour de Corse, Rally de France 2016.|
Well that's it from this edition of #TourdeCorse folks! Next stop #RallyRACC Catalunya, Rally de Espana. See you there!