After first day ADAC Rallye Deutschland leader was Adrian Klimas, but the second day come together a little bit differently. It seemed that Pole has a very safe lead and all good cards are in his hands. However Adrian lost some good ones in the first stage of the second day. He made a little mistake, although it didn't cost much time, but his Toyota Yaris suspension was damaged badly. This damage on Adrian's car let Oscar Estévez be faster in next 3 stages and in SS12 first day leader lost all his cards and had to retire from the fight. Oscar Estévez won all the stages of second day and now leads the rally by 1min 40.22sec over Juan Marzoa, who was just 4sec behind Oscar after day one, but couldn't manage to keep same speed as Oscar. Paulo Tempera is 3rd and also couldn't keep close to his opponent, so now Paulo losses 2min 41.72sec for his countryman and rally leader.
Second day was unlucky for two WRC 2 leaders. Firstly 3rd place holder Jyrki Niemela had technical issues and ended up in a tree at SS10 then later on at SS12 the leader Echedei Benitez crashed his Peugeot 207 S2000. These retirement let Kirill Kolomiets again jump to 1st place and lead 59.29sec against Tomasz Rajewski who is 2nd. In 3rd place we have Paulius Butmanas with Subaru Impreza, Lithuanian is loosing more than 7 minutes to class leader.
Maciej Mynarski and his Honda Civic Type R continues to the lead in Germany, but just by 17 seconds. Mynarski had 1min and 7sec advantage before last stage, but then he made a mistake and lost over 50sec to his main opponent Maciej Zawisza which let him be 5 seconds closer than he was after first day. Justyna Rajewska keeps her 3rd place with 2min 14.02sec gap from Mynarski and holds 10th place in overall standings.
This rally is definitely a survival one and no one can be sure if they will survive one more stage. Adrian thought he is safe, but Germany stages didn't, Oscar also shouldn't do the same mistake, because Juan Marzoa isn't too far.