The Finnish Toyota Gazoo Racing pair ended the FIA WRC Central European Rally in second place, having cruised through the final day and a half of action after their only title rivals and teammates Elfyn Evans and Scott Martin crashed out of contention in stage 11 on Saturday.

Thierry Neuville/Martin Wydaeghe power their Hyundai Shell Mobis 120 N to a second victory of the year, some 57 seconds clear of the title winners who ended second overall.

Ott Tanak/Martin Jarveoja brought their M-Sport Ford Puma home in third.

Thierry Neuville/Martin Wydaeghe won the inaugural WRC Central European Rally in their Hyundai 120 N

Unconfirmed at the time of publication, Andreas Mikkelsen/Torstein Eriksen have clinched the WRC2 Championship after winning the Power stage where Gus Greensmith spun, earning no points.

The full warp of Central Rally Europe will be in Motorsport Monday tomorrow morning

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