Second day of Rally Spain began with Polish drivers dominance and first two stages were won by Mateusz Przyszlakowski. Unfortunately these were the last stages for Mateusz as he crashed his Hyundai i20 Coupe WRC in SS9. From that stage Maciek Gleixner took over Polish driver dominance and won SS9 and SS10, but in SS11 he followed in the footsteps of his countryman. Juan Marzoa all those stages were very close to Polish guys and didn't lost many time and after their retirements Spaniard immediately had massive 3mins 45secs advantage over Libor Tomecek. Last three stages were won by Juan and he finished second day with more than 4 minutes advantage over Czech. Kirill Kolomiets jumped to 3rd place with 40 seconds gap from 2nd place. This means, that just 4 stages separates Juan from his champion title.
Echedei Benitez won first stage of the second day in WRC 2, but as it gets usual, Spaniard again crashed in the next one and could became on of the most unstable drivers in our championship. This was a final relief for Kirill Kolomiets, as he instantly got almost 5 minutes gap against Paulius Butmanas who jumped to 2nd place. Jyrki Niemela was continuing his rally by Super Rally rule and won next two stages, it was important for Finn to climb as higher as possible after unlucky first day and get more points to save first place in standings. Unfortunately Jyrki retired in SS11 and finished in 6th place after second leg. Meanwhile Kirill had no competition in the rest of the stages and took four stage wins finishing the second day with 6mins 49secs advantage over Paulius. Lithuanian also sits comfortable in his 2nd place as Jonis Jonaitis is in 3rd place with more than a 2 minutes gap.
WRC 3 leader Remus Diaconescu has been welcomed with a strong pressure from Maciej Zawisza as Pole won 3 out of 4 first stages on second leg. This Maciej push probably called a fatal mistake that Remus did in SS11. Romanian crash let Maciej take the first place and dominate in the rest of the stages. Total of 6 stage wins in second day and over a 2 minutes advantage against Mirek Woronecki in 2nd place. Local hero Jacobo Ulibarrena jumped to 3rd place with his Opel ADAM R2.
Last day brings us four more stages as usual. The weather in Catalunya region shouldn't change and we should have warm and fast rally end. Probably a really warm for Juan Marzoa and all Spain.