Sport in Short: Rallying

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The Independent Online
FORD motorsport, who continue to lead the Monte Carlo rally, made an official complaint over the hazardous behaviour of fans on the course and race safety precautions after a spectator had been struck by a rally car on Saturday night. The 73-year-old spectator was taken to hospital with a broken leg but died later of a heart attack. Yesterday, the world champion, Carlos Sainz, of Spain, and his Lancia team-mate, Andrea Aghini, of Italy, withdrew from the rally after crashing.

MONTE CARLO RALLY Second day (six timed sections, 109 miles): 1 F Delecour (Fr) Ford Escort Cosworth 3hr 17min 01sec; 2 M Biasion (It) Ford Escort Cosworth +1min 29sec; 3 D Auriol (Fr) Toyota Celica +2:17; 4 J Kankkunen (Fin) Toyota Celica +2:47; 5 K Eriksson (Swe) Mitsubishi Lancer +8:57.