*Portuguese dedicates first victory of 2018 to sponsor SEAJETS
*Maiden ERC podiums for Norbert Herczig and Hubert Ptaszek
*Érdi Jr wins ERC2, Ghosh first in ERC3 on championship debut
*Lukyanuk is Greece lightening to land bonus points on final-day restart
SEAJETS-powered Bruno Magalhães joined an illustrious list of winners with victory on one of the toughest events of them all, the EKO Acropolis Rally, alongside co-driver and namesake Hugo Magalhães.
In doing so, the Portuguese reignited his faltering FIA European Rally Championship title bid as Russian rival and ERC leader Alexey Lukyanuk made do with bonus points only following his exit on Saturday.
MOL Racing Team’s Norbert Herczig finished a career-high second with 24-year-old Pole Hubert Ptaszek completing an all-ŠKODA Fabia R5 podium as Hungary's Tibor Érdi Jr and Amittrajit Ghosh from India claimed the ERC2 and ERC3 spoils respectively.