Reigning champion Tanak finished 22.2 seconds of Hyundai stablemate Craig Breen to notch up his first win with the Korean manufacturer, while points leader Sebastien Ogier was a further 4.7s back in third place for Toyota.
Helped by three bonus points for the third-fastest time in the Power Stage, It means Tanak is now within 13 points of Ogier's lead with only Rally Turkey, Rally Italy and the Ypres Rally left on the 2020 WRC schedule.
Ogier has a buffer of nine points over Toyota teammate Elfyn Evans was second-fastest on the Power Stage and fourth overall. Power Stage winner Kalle Rovanpera completed the top five.
Full report to follow
Rally results (top 10):
|1||Martin Jarveoja||Hyundai i20 Coupe WRC||RC1||1:59'53.600|
|2||Paul Nagle||Hyundai i20 Coupe WRC||RC1||2:00'15.800||22.200|
|3||Julien Ingrassia||Toyota Yaris WRC||RC1||2:00'20.500||26.900|
|4||Scott Martin||Toyota Yaris WRC||RC1||2:00'35.500||41.900|
|5||Jonne Halttunen||Toyota Yaris WRC||RC1||2:01'12.300||1'18.700|
|6||Jarmo Lehtinen||Ford Fiesta WRC||RC1||2:02'33.200||2'39.600|
|7||Janne Ferm||Ford Fiesta WRC||RC1||2:02'45.600||2'52.000|
|8||Elliott Edmondson||Ford Fiesta WRC||RC1||2:04'47.400||4'53.800|
|9||Aaron Johnston||Volkswagen Polo GTI R5||RC2||2:07'32.200||7'38.600|
|10||Torstein Eriksen||Citroën C3 R5||RC2||2:08'10.900||8'17.300|
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