Welshman Elfyn Evans maintained the pressure on World Rally Championship leader Kalle Rovanpera by finishing a place above him at Rally Chile.
Evans stays second in the table, 31 points behind Finland’s Rovanpera, after the pair finished third and fourth respectively.
Estonia’s Ott Tanak won, while a crash for Finland’s Teemu Suninen ensured Evans’ podium.
Evans and Rovanpera secured the 2023 manufacturers’ title for Toyota.
Runner-up Evans trails team-mate Rovanpera with two rounds remaining. The Central European event is next from 25-29 October, followed by the finale in Japan from 16-19 November.
Evans won the shakedown and two first-day stages in Chile, but Tanak went on to dominate with 13 from 16 stage wins to win as Belgium’s Thierry Neuville finished second.
FIA World Rally Championship standings (provisional, after Rally Chile)
1 Kalle Rovanpera (Finland) Toyota, 217 points
2 Elfyn Evans (Great Britain) Toyota, 186 points
3 Thierry Neuville (Belgium) Hyundai, 155 points
4 Ott Tanak (Estonia) Hyundai, 146 points
5 Sebastien Ogier (France) Toyota, 99 points
Source : BBC