Sebastien Loeb won the German Rally on Sunday to increase his lead in the World Rally Championship to 29 points.
Loeb leads the overall standings by 29 points
The Frenchman, driving for Citroen, recorded a total time of four hours one minute 57.4 seconds to beat Ford driver Francois Duval by 29.1 seconds.
Loeb's Citroen team-mate Carlos Sainz was third with the second Ford of Markko Martin in fourth.
After 10 rounds Loeb leads the overall standings on 76 points, with Martin on 47 and Sainz a point further back.
World champion Petter Solberg's hopes of retaining his tile were hit when he crashed out on Saturday.
Solberg has slipped from second in the overall standings to fourth and now trails Loeb by 32 points.