Ogier dominates in Australia
Sebastien Ogier won all six speed tests on the penultimate day of Rally Australia.
Ogier doubled his lead in the event and moved closer to the world title.
The Frenchman, who started the day with a 20-second advantage, won all four country stages in his Volkswagen Polo.
He then rounded the day off with victory in both arena tests in downtown Coffs Harbour, meaning he has won 14 of the 16 stages in the 10th round of the FIA World Rally Championship.
Ogier, who could secure his maiden world title tomorrow, told www.wrc.com: "Our rally was perfect today but the final leg will be tough so we have to keep our concentration and focus."
Second-placed Mikko Hirvonen widened the gap over third-placed Thierry Neuville to 25.5sec, with Jari-Matti Latvala fourth.
Latvala benefited from the demise of Northern Ireland's Kris Meeke, who was well on course to retain fourth until he crashed in the second pass through Nambucca, his Citroen DS3 rolling seven times.
Meeke explained: "I went into a second gear corner 5-10kph too fast. I thought I'd got away with it, but the car just slipped off the road.
"It nearly stopped, but unfortunately there was a very steep bank down into a field and it just kept tumbling."
Andreas Mikkelsen was fifth and Mads Ostberg sixth, although Ostberg was only a second behind Latvala until a high-speed spin into a ditch in the final country stage cost the Fiesta driver 20 seconds.
Evgeny Novikov was seventh, despite losing more than two minutes with a left rear puncture. Home favourite Nathan Quinn, Khalid Al Qassimi and Abdulaziz Al Kuwari complete the top 10.