Ireland's Craig Breen is in second place after day two of the World Rally Championship's Rally of Estonia.
The Waterford man won two of Saturday's 10 stages to finish 11.7 seconds behind home favourite Ott Tanak, with the concluding six stages to take place on Sunday.
Breen, in his Hyundai i20 Coupe, is aiming to become the first Irish winner of a Class 1 WRC rally.
He last finished on the podium at the Rally of Sweden in February of 2018, when he came second. His only other podium finish came at the 2016 Rally of Finland.
He is being co-piloted by Paul Nagle, who has been in the cockpit for five WRC rally victories, with Kris Meeke in the driver's seat on each occasion.
Really in the groove now, second stage win! I'm finding it hard to express how much I am enjoying this, a car working this well on stages as good as these is what we strive for, perfection!— Craig Breen (@Craig_Breen) September 5, 2020
1. Tänak 🇪🇪
2. Breen 🇮🇪 + 9.8
3. Ogier 🇫🇷 + 22.1
4. Evans 🇬🇧 + 34.3#WRC pic.twitter.com/ZhK18HGmKP