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No penalty for Ogier

Sebastien Ogier, Citroen, Mexico 2011Sebastien Ogier will keep his lead for Sunday's final day of Rally Mexico after the stewards decided against taking any action following his wrong turn into the service park on Friday.

A member of the Citroen team attended the stewards' meeting this evening to discuss the incident after new evidence emerged, and the result of the meeting is that no action will be taken.

Ogier leads his countryman and team-mate Sebastien Loeb by 10.5 seconds with three stages remaining.

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