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- … and the law won. Speed demon and 2003 WRC world champion Petter Solberg fought for the podium places with a sentence hanging over him after being caught speeding on Friday. Swedish law states that anyone caught speeding serves a mandatory ban – which starts after 48 hours. It meant he had two days to get a result before letting his Irish co-driver Chris Patterson take the wheel for the final stage.
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