The podium is all but finalised with five stages still remaining on the final day of Brother Rally New Zealand.
With Citroen directing Sebastien Loeb and Mikko Hirvonen to hold their positions, Loeb's lead over his team-mate is now 15.8 seconds.
Ford's Petter Solberg is still around one and a half minutes off the lead and has given up on a top two finish because of the wet roads.
The field's currently on the super special stage at the Auckland Domain.
Meanwhile, leading Kiwi Hayden Paddon has given up on a top ten finish after breaking his rear suspension on this morning's opening stage.
He remains 12th overall and still leads the SWRC class.