New Zealand rally driver Hayden Paddon has missed out on a podium finish at the Rally of Finland, finishing fourth in the WRC event.
The Hyundai driver was over a minute and a half behind winner - Toyota's Ott Tanak.
Citroen driver Mads Ostberg finished second while Jari-Matti Latvala finished a minute ahead of Paddon.
Paddon was the best of Hyundai's drivers and is the best result for a non-European in 10 years.
"On the whole, I'm really happy with the weekend, we have been able to keep pace with some of the event favourites, maintaining a consistent performance.
"Naturally, we would have preferred to score a podium, of course, but we took a measured approach to secure important points for the manufacturers' championship. The final morning was all about taking it easy to bring the car home with a comfortable gap behind us.
"I've really enjoyed the stages this weekend, the car has been a joy to drive and it has given me the confidence I need. We are back on the right track," Paddon said.
Paddon's next rally is the new Rally Turkey in September, while the next WRC round is Germany in August.