''A four-point lead is nothing''Marcus Gronholm
had no answer to the pace of Sebastien Loeb
at the weekend as the Citroen driver took the Corsican victory by just over 20 seconds from championship leader Gronholm.
With 104 points scored so far this year, Gronholm
admits that his four point advantage is not much of a cushion with three rounds remaining.
"It will be really tight for the next three rallies and I have no idea who will be world champion," Gronholm stated. "A four-point lead is nothing, especially with three rallies coming. I could not do better here (in Corsica) but Japan will be really hard now. Winning there would help me a lot but I'm not feeling too much pressure at the moment.
Ford TeamRS director Jost Capito was however happy with the results of the asphalt double-header in Spain last weekend and France.
"We've performed well and scored good points on both rallies to keep us in the lead of both world championships," he said. "I'm convinced that with just four points separating Marcus and Loeb, it will be a thrilling fight for the drivers' title over the final three rounds."