2011 Intercontinental Rally Challenge

2011 Intercontinental Rally Challenge
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The 2011 Intercontinental Rally Challenge was the sixth season of the Intercontinental Rally Challenge. The season consisted of twelve rounds and started on 19 January with the Monte Carlo Rally. The season ended on 5 November, at the Cyprus Rally.

The series introduced a new points system for the 2011 season, applying the FIA points system – 25–18–15–12–10–8–6–4–2–1[1] – which had been introduced to other championships within the last twelve months. Within the new system, the final two events in Scotland and Cyprus offered more points via a scoring coefficient.[1] Scotland offered crews points on a 1.5 coefficient, meaning that the winner earned 37.5 points, second place 27 points, third place 22.5 points and so on. In Cyprus, double points were offered, meaning the winner received 50 points, second place 36, third place 30 and so forth.

CalendarEdit

The calendar had consisted of twelve events run on two continents. The schedule will include two new countries, France (Tour de Corse, former WRC event) and Hungary (Asphalt/Gravel Mecsek Rallye), plus a return to Argentina for the new gravel-based Rally de los Alerces.[2] The final calendar was released on 10 December 2010, with the Prime Yalta Rally in Ukraine added, and the Rally Islas Canarias listed without a confirmed date.[3] Rally Islas Canarias was reinstated to the calendar on 19 January 2011 at the expense of Rally de los Alerces, which was cancelled.[4] Rali Vinho da Madeira was later dropped in June 2011.[5]

Round Dates Event title Rally HQ Surface
1 19–22 January Monte Carlo Rally   Valence Asphalt
2 14–16 April Rally Islas Canarias   Las Palmas Asphalt
3 12–14 May Tour de Corse   Ajaccio Asphalt
4 2–4 June Prime Yalta Rally   Yalta Asphalt
5 23–25 June Ypres Rally   Ypres Asphalt
6 14–16 July Rallye Açores   Ponta Delgada Gravel
7 26–28 August Barum Czech Rally Zlín   Zlín Asphalt
8 9–11 September Mecsek Rallye   Pécs Asphalt
9 22–24 September Rallye Sanremo   Sanremo Asphalt
10 7–9 October[6] Rally Scotland   Perth Gravel
11 3–5 November Cyprus Rally   Limassol Asphalt/Gravel

Selected entriesEdit

Peugeot UK had already confirmed their entry for the 2011 season with Guy Wilks[7] who previously raced for Škoda UK instead of 2009 champion Kris Meeke who made the switch to World Rally Championship (WRC) driving for MINI.[8] 2003 World Rally champion Petter Solberg made a one-off appearance at the Monte Carlo Rally for Peugeot. Škoda UK, had also announced their plan to compete in IRC in 2011.[9] The team's single car was occupied by Andreas Mikkelsen, who competed in the Skoda Italia-run car, alongside the works cars of the top two drivers in 2010, Juho Hänninen and Jan Kopecký.[10]

Entrant/Team Manufacturer[11] Car Driver Co-driver Tyres Rounds
  Škoda Motorsport Škoda Škoda Fabia S2000   Juho Hänninen   Mikko Markkula M 1–2, 4, 6–7, 10–11
  Jan Kopecký   Petr Starý M All
  Nicolas Vouilloz   Benjamin Veillas M 1
  Freddy Loix   Frédéric Miclotte M 1
  BFO-Škoda Rally Team 2–3, 5, 7–11
  Škoda UK   Andreas Mikkelsen   Ola Fløene M All
  Škoda Auto Deutschland   Mark Wallenwein   Stefan Kopczyk M 1, 7–8, 11
  Matthias Kahle   Peter Göbel M 7–8, 10–11
  TGS Worldwide OÜ   Toni Gardemeister   Tapio Suominen H 2–5, 7–10
  Škoda Sweden   Patrik Sandell   Staffan Parmander M 3–4
P 6–7, 10–11
  ME3 Rally Team   Karl Kruuda   Martin Järveoja M 4–5, 7–11
  Autostal Duindistel   Bernd Casier   Francis Caesemaeker M 5
  Wevers Sport   Hans Weijs   Bjorn Degandt BF 5
  Mark van Eldik   Robin Buysmans BF 5
  Edwin Schilt   Lisette Bakker BF 5
  Simpsons Škoda   Jonathan Greer   Dai Roberts P 5, 10
  Škoda Ireland   Robert Barrable   Damien Connolly P 5
M 7, 10
  Adell Mogul Racing Team   Roman Kresta   Petr Gross M 7
  Škoda Rally Team Hungaria   Norbert Herczig   Kálmán Benics M 8
  Red Bull Škoda   Hermann Gassner   Timo Gottschalk M 8
  René Georges Motorsport   Burcu Çetinkaya   Çiçek Güney Y 10–11
  Peugeot France Peugeot Peugeot 207 S2000   Petter Solberg   Chris Patterson M 1
  Bryan Bouffier   Xavier Panseri M 1–10
  Stéphane Sarrazin   Jacques-Julien Renucci M 1
  Robert Bútor   Igor Bacigál M 8
  Enjolras Sport   François Delecour   Dominique Savignoni M 1, 3
  Peugeot UK   Guy Wilks   Phil Pugh M 1–10
  Astra Racing   Toni Gardemeister   Tomi Tuominen M 1
  Peugeot Sport Portugal   Bruno Magalhães   Paulo Grave M 1–3, 5–6, 8–9
  Friulmotor   Giandomenico Basso   Mitia Dotta M 1
  Peugeot Team Belux   Thierry Neuville   Nicolas Klinger M 1
  Nicolas Gilsoul 2–5, 7–11
  Kimera Motorsport   Luca Betti   Alessandro Mattioda M 1
  Maurizio Barone 5, 7
  Munaretto Sport   Max Settembrini   Corrado Bonato M 1–3
  David Boselli 9
  Marco Tempestini   Dorin Pulpea M 1, 4, 8
  Pierre Campana   Sabrina De Castelli M 3, 5, 9
  Doros Loucaides   Costas Laos M 11
  AMP Classic Team   Jonathan Pérez   Enrique Velasco M 2
  Yazeed Al Rajhi Team   Yazeed Al Rajhi   Mathieu Baumel M 3
  Kronos Racing   Pieter Tsjoen   Lara Vanneste M 5
  Peugeot Delimax Czech National Team   Pavel Valoušek   Zdeněk Hrůza M 7
  Peugeot Total Hungária Rallye Team   János Tóth   Róbert Tagai M 8
  National Proklama   Alessandro Perico   Fabrizio Carrara P 9
  Petter Solberg World Rally Team M-Sport Ford Fiesta S2000   Henning Solberg   Ilka Minor M 1
  Team Emap Yacco   Julien Maurin   Olivier Ural M 1, 3, 5–6
  AT Rally Team   Oleksiy Tamrazov   Ivan German M 3–4, 7
  Cersanit Rally Team   Michał Sołowow   Maciek Baran P 5, 7
  Keltech Motorsport   Craig Breen   Gareth Roberts P 7, 10
  Synergon Turán Motorsport   Frigyes Turán   Gábor Zsiros M 8
  Car Racing   Umberto Scandola   Guido D'Amore M 9
  M-Sport   Alastair Fisher   Daniel Barritt P 10
  Barwa World Rally Team   Nasser Al-Attiyah   Giovanni Bernacchini P 11
  Proton Motorsport Proton Proton Satria Neo S2000   Per-Gunnar Andersson   Emil Axelsson M 1–2, 4–5, 7–8, 10
  Chris Atkinson   Stéphane Prévot M 1, 9
  Giandomenico Basso   Mitia Dotta M 2, 4–5, 7–9
  Oleksandr Saliuk   Evgen Chervonenko M 4
  Alister McRae   Bill Hayes M 10
  Dytko Sport Ralliart Mitsubishi Lancer Evo X   Andreas Aigner   Daniela Ertl M 1
  Amarante Rally Team   Vítor Pascoal   Luis Ramalho M 6
  Team Além Mar Mitsubishi Lancer Evo IX   Ricardo Moura   Sancho Eiró M 6
  David Bogie Rallying   David Bogie   Kevin Rae P 10
  Sonax Racing   Jarkko Nikara   Petri Nikara Y 10
  Nicos Thomas Racing   Nicos Thomas   Angelos Loizides M 11
  Heuvel Motorsport Mitsubishi Lancer Evo X R4   Jasper van den Heuvel   Martine Kolman P 5
  EuroOil Čepro Czech National Team Mitsubishi Lancer Evo IX R4   Václav Pech   Petr Uhel M 7
  Martevo Kft.   György Aschenbrenner   Zsuzsa Pikó Y 8
  Team Arai Subaru Subaru Impreza R4   Toshihiro Arai   Dale Moscatt Y 3, 6, 8, 10–11
  Advan Team Nutahara   Fumio Nutahara   Hakaru Ichino Y 6–7, 10
  National Proklama Abarth Abarth Grande Punto S2000   Luca Rossetti   Matteo Chiarcossi M 5

ResultsEdit

Round Rally name Podium finishers
Rank Driver Car Time
1  /  Monte Carlo Rally
(19–22 January) — Results and report
1   Bryan Bouffier Peugeot 207 S2000 3:32:55.6
2   Freddy Loix Škoda Fabia S2000 3:33:28.1
3   Guy Wilks Peugeot 207 S2000 3:34:15.3
2   Rally Islas Canarias
(14–16 April) — Results and report
1   Juho Hänninen Škoda Fabia S2000 1:40:38.1
2   Jan Kopecký Škoda Fabia S2000 1:40:39.6
3   Thierry Neuville Peugeot 207 S2000 1:40:46.3
3   Tour de Corse
(12–14 May) — Results and report
1   Thierry Neuville Peugeot 207 S2000 3:20:51.0
2   Jan Kopecký Škoda Fabia S2000 3:21:06.5
3   Freddy Loix Škoda Fabia S2000 3:21:53.6
4   Prime Yalta Rally
(2–4 June) — Results and report
1   Juho Hänninen Škoda Fabia S2000 2:54:14.0
2   Bryan Bouffier Peugeot 207 S2000 2:54:25.7
3   Jan Kopecký Škoda Fabia S2000 2:54:52.7
5   Ypres Rally
(23–25 June) — Results and report
1   Freddy Loix Škoda Fabia S2000 2:40:03.9
2   Hans Weijs Škoda Fabia S2000 2:44:00.8
3   Michał Sołowow Ford Fiesta S2000 2:46:10.7
6   Rallye Açores
(14–16 July) — Results and report
1   Juho Hänninen Škoda Fabia S2000 2:19:03.8
2   Andreas Mikkelsen Škoda Fabia S2000 2:19:46.1
3   Jan Kopecký Škoda Fabia S2000 2:20:49.8
7   Barum Rally Zlín
(26–28 August) — Results and report
1   Jan Kopecký Škoda Fabia S2000 2:15:51.7
2   Freddy Loix Škoda Fabia S2000 2:15:52.9
3   Juho Hänninen Škoda Fabia S2000 2:16:29.1
8   Mecsek Rallye
(9–11 September) — Results and report
1   Jan Kopecký Škoda Fabia S2000 2:00:06.7
2   Thierry Neuville Peugeot 207 S2000 2:00:07.5
3   Freddy Loix Škoda Fabia S2000 2:01:06.7
9   Rallye Sanremo
(22–24 September) — Results and report
1   Thierry Neuville Peugeot 207 S2000 2:19:57.8
2   Andreas Mikkelsen Škoda Fabia S2000 2:19:59.3
3   Bryan Bouffier Peugeot 207 S2000 2:20:13.8
10   Rally Scotland
(7–9 October) — Results and report
1   Andreas Mikkelsen Škoda Fabia S2000 1:55:17.2
2   Juho Hänninen Škoda Fabia S2000 1:55:43.6
3   Bryan Bouffier Peugeot 207 S2000 1:56:52.5
11   Cyprus Rally
(3–5 November) — Results and report
1   Andreas Mikkelsen Škoda Fabia S2000 2:25:18.5
2   Jan Kopecký Škoda Fabia S2000 2:26:59.0
3   Patrik Sandell Škoda Fabia S2000 2:28:13.3

StandingsEdit

DriversEdit

  • Only the best seven scores from each driver count towards the championship.
Pos Driver MON
 
CAN
 
COR
 
YAL
 
YPR
 
AZO
 
ZLI
 
MEC
 
SAN
 
SCO
 
CYP
 
 Total   Drop   Pts 
1   Andreas Mikkelsen Ret 6 6 4 Ret 2 5 Ret 2 1 1 161.5 8 153.5
2   Jan Kopecký 8 2 2 3 DNS 3 1 1 4 5 2 183 31 152
3   Juho Hänninen 6 1 1 1 3 2 16 125 125
4   Freddy Loix 2 4 3 1 2 3 Ret 5 123 123
5   Thierry Neuville Ret 3 1 6 Ret 4 2 1 6 Ret 115 115
6   Bryan Bouffier 1 8 Ret 2 DSQ 4 Ret 4 3 3 110.5 110.5
7   Guy Wilks 3 5 Ret 5 5 Ret Ret Ret Ret Ret 47 47
8   Patrik Sandell 9 9 5 12 Ret 3 44 44
9   Toni Gardemeister 10 12 8 7 7 6 7 9 7 45 2 43
10   Karl Kruuda 8 5 10 11 Ret 13 4 39 39
11   Bruno Magalhães Ret 9 5 Ret Ret 9 5 26 26
12   Craig Breen 7 4 24 24
13   Hans Weijs 2 18 18
14   Matthias Kahle 19 19 10 6 17.5 17.5
15   Pierre Campana 14 4 8 16 16
16   Michał Sołowow 3 11 15 15
17   Toshi Arai 13 Ret 18 9 7 15 15
18   Stéphane Sarrazin 4 12 12
19   François Delecour 5 10 10
  Hermann Gassner 5 10 10
21   Ricardo Moura 6 8 8
  György Aschenbrenner 6 8 8
  Alessandro Perico 6 8 8
24   Mark Wallenwein 21 18 14 8 8 8
25   Julien Maurin 12 7 11 Ret 7 7
26   Nicolas Vouilloz 7 6 6
  Vítor Lopes 7 6 6
  Umberto Scandola 7 6 6
29   Luca Rossetti 8 6 6
  Alastair Fisher 8 6 6
31   Giandomenico Basso 9 11 Ret Ret 13 Ret 10 5 5
32   Vítor Pascoal 8 4 4
  Roman Kresta 8 4 4
  Róbert Bútor 8 4 4
35   Bernhard ten Brinke 9 4 4
36   Doros Loucaides 10 4 4
37   Per-Gunnar Andersson Ret 24 Ret 19 9 Ret Ret 2 2
38   Sérgio Silva 9 2 2
39   Robert Barrable 10 DSQ 16 2 2
40   Charalambos Timotheou 11 2 2
41   Jean-Mathieu Leandri 10 1 1
  Beppo Harrach 10 1 1
43   Fumio Nutahara 11 Ret 15 1 1
44   János Puskádi 23 12 Ret 28 20 24 1 1
Pos Driver MON
 
CAN
 
COR
 
YAL
 
YPR
 
AZO
 
ZLI
 
MEC
 
SAN
 
SCO
 
CYP
 
 Total   Drop   Pts 
Key
Colour Result
Gold Winner
Silver 2nd place
Bronze 3rd place
Green Points finish
Blue Non-points finish
Non-classified finish (NC)
Purple Did not finish (Ret)
Black Excluded (EX)
Disqualified (DSQ)
White Did not start (DNS)
Cancelled (C)
Blank Withdrew entry from
the event (WD)

ManufacturersEdit

  • Only the best seven scores from each manufacturer count towards the championship.
Pos Manufacturer MON
 
CAN
 
COR
 
YAL
 
YPR
 
AZO
 
ZLI
 
MEC
 
SAN
 
SCO
 
CYP
 
 Total   Drop   Pts 
1   Škoda 30 43 33 40 43 43 43 40 30 64.5 86 495.5 133 362.5
2   Peugeot 40 27 37 30 16 19 15 30 40 37.5 24 315.5 74 241.5
3   Subaru 14 4 14 1 0 16 2 10 6 15 42 124 7 117
4   M-Sport 10 3 10 4 23 0 20 0 10 30 0 110 3 107
5   Ralliart 6 0 0 10 8 20 5 18 6 1.5 36 110.5 6.5 104
6   Honda 0 8 4 16 0 0 0 3 0 3 12 46 46
7   Proton 0 16 0 0 1 0 16 0 8 0 0 41 41
8   Abarth 1 0 3 0 10 0 0 0 1 0 0 15 15
Pos Manufacturer MON
 
CAN
 
COR
 
YAL
 
YPR
 
AZO
 
ZLI
 
MEC
 
SAN
 
SCO
 
CYP
 
 Total   Drop   Pts 

2WD Cup drivers' standingsEdit

  • Only the best seven scores from each driver count towards the championship.
Pos Driver MON
 
CAN
 
COR
 
YAL
 
YPR
 
AZO
 
ZLI
 
MEC
 
SAN
 
SCO
 
CYP
 
 Pts 
1   Jean-Michel Raoux 7 Ret 1 2 3 7 14 Ret 1 120
2   Stefano Albertini 3 Ret 1 1 2 2 119
3   János Puskádi 9 3 Ret 6 3 4 71.5
4   Martin Kangur Ret 6 11 6 Ret Ret 1 53.5
5   Pierre-Antoine Guglielmi 1 3 40
6   Andreas Charalambous 3 30
7   John MacCrone 2 27
8   Kris Princen Ret 1 25
9   Pierre Campana 1 25
  Joan Vinyes 1 25
  Paulo Maciel 1 25
  Davide Medici 1 25
13   Eric Mauffrey 4 Ret 5 Ret 22
14   Doros Constantinou 5 20
15   Vlad Cosma 2 18 18
16   Michaël Burri 2 18
  Gorka Antxustegi 2 18
  Guy Fiori 2 18
  Tommy Doyle 2 18
  Václav Dunovský 2 18
  Menyhért Krózser 2 18
22   Ruary MacLeod 4 18
23   Harry Hunt 20 6 6 Ret Ret 9 Ret Ret 18
24   Renaud Poutout 3 15
  Angel Marrero 3 15
  Kevin Demaerschalk 3 15
  Carlos Costa 3 15
  Sasa Ollé 3 15
29   Tony Jardine Ret 5 15
30   Raul Quesada 4 12
  Jean-Paul Villa 4 12
  Archil Bidzinashvili 4 12
  Kevin Abbring 4 12
  Tiago Mota 4 12
  Petr Zedník 4 12
  Zsolt Szíjj 4 12
  Roberto Vescovi 4 12
38   Ekaterina Stratieva 5 Ret 10
39   Adrien Tambay 5 10
  Enrique Cruz 5 10
  Pierre Quilici 5 10
  Xavier Baugnet 5 10
  Olavo Esteves 5 10
  Szabolcs Várkonyi 5 10
  Cedric Cherain 5 10
46   Andrea Crugnola 6 8
  Claudie Tanghe 6 8
  Joaquim Pacheco 6 8
  Andrea Cortinovis 6 8
50   Petr Brynda 7 10 Ret Ret 7
51   Enrique García Ojeda 7 6
  Giedrius Kriptavičius 7 6
  Nicolas Damsin 7 6
  João Faria 7 6
  Zsolt Pénzes 7 6
  Alex Vittalini 7 6
57   Renaud Bronkart 8 27 4
58   Dimitrios Amaxopoulos 8 4
  Alessandro Barchiesi 8 4
  Stéphane Rovina 8 4
  Vadim Trutnyev 8 4
  Davy Vanneste 8 4
  Lubomír Minařík 8 4
  Matteo Brunello 8 4
65   Lilian Vialle 9 2
  Miguel Arias 9 2
  Vincent Verschueren 9 2
  Jarosław Kołtun 9 2
69   Christophe Fontaine 10 1
  Rubén Gracia 10 1
  Franck Amaudru 10 1
  Milan Kneifel 10 1
  Elwis Chentre 10 1
Pos Driver MON
 
CAN
 
COR
 
YAL
 
YPR
 
AZO
 
ZLI
 
MEC
 
SAN
 
SCO
 
CYP
 
 Pts 

2WD Cup manufacturers' standingsEdit

  • Only the best seven scores from each manufacturer count towards the championship.
Pos Manufacturer MON
 
CAN
 
COR
 
YAL
 
YPR
 
AZO
 
ZLI
 
MEC
 
SAN
 
SCO
 
CYP
 
 Total   Drop   Pts 
1   Honda 12 37 18 43 15 0 33 43 0 60 86 347 27 320
2   M-Sport 0 33 0 15 43 0 25 0 0 45 0 161 161
3   Peugeot 35 18 37 12 10 25 12 0 0 0 0 149 149
4   Abarth 33 0 25 0 0 0 0 0 27 0 0 85 85
5   Škoda 0 0 0 0 12 0 18 0 43 0 0 73 73
Pos Manufacturer MON
 
CAN
 
COR
 
YAL
 
YPR
 
AZO
 
ZLI
 
MEC
 
SAN
 
SCO
 
CYP
 
 Total   Drop   Pts 

Production Cup drivers' standingsEdit

  • Only the best seven scores from each driver count towards the championship.
Pos Driver MON
 
CAN
 
COR
 
YAL
 
YPR
 
AZO
 
ZLI
 
MEC
 
SAN
 
SCO
 
CYP
 
 Pts 
1   Toshi Arai 2 Ret 7 1 1 111.5
2   Florian Gonon 1 1 Ret 1 75
3   Marco Caviglioli 15 10 2 4 Ret 37
4   Charalambos Timotheou 2 36
5   Fumio Nutahara 5 Ret 3 32.5
6   Savvas Savva 3 30
7   Volodymyr Pechenyk 1 10 27
8   Jason Pritchard 2 27
9   Jose Barrios 1 25
  Jonas Langenakens 1 25
  Ricardo Moura 1 25
  Jaroslav Orsák 1 25
  György Aschenbrenner 1 25
14   Vojtěch Štajf 2 7 24
15   Constantinos Tingirides 4 24
16   Eamonn Boland 6 Ret 3 23
17   Panayiotis Yiangou 5 20
18   Yuriy Shapovalov 2 18
  Anthony Martin 2 18
  Vítor Lopes 2 18
  Daniel Běhálek 2 18
  Beppo Harrach 2 18
23   Michalis Posedias 6 16
24   Giacomo Ogliari 3 15
  Anton Kuzmenko 3 15
  Jasper van den Heuvel 3 15
  Vítor Pascoal 3 15
  Martin Bujáček 3 15
  Dávid Botka 3 15
30   Arman Smailov 5 15
31   Maurizio Verini 4 12
  Yukhym Vazheyevskyy 4 12
  Andy Lefevere 4 12
  Sérgio Silva 4 12
  Václav Arazim 4 12
  László Ranga 4 12
  Corrado Perino 4 12
38   Mihály Matics 8 6 12
39   Costas Zenonos 7 12
40   Claude Carret 5 10
  Yevgen Konopellkin 5 10
  Philip Barbier 5 10
  Jaromír Tarabus 5 10
  István Pethő 5 10
45   Alexander Lomadze 6 8
  Kris Cools 6 8
  José Paula 6 8
  Milan Pantálek 6 8
49   Phivos Nicolaou 8 8
50   Herve Knapick 7 6
  Neil McCance 7 6
52   László Vizin 9 9 6
53   Miguel Baudoin 8 4
  Bruno Parmentier 8 4
  András Hadik 8 4
56   Rémi Tosello 9 2
  Michael Eckhaus 9 2
  Richard Kirnig 9 2
59   Pierre Bos 10 1
  Roy Clijnk 10 1
  Petr Trnovec 10 1
Pos Driver MON
 
CAN
 
COR
 
YAL
 
YPR
 
AZO
 
ZLI
 
MEC
 
SAN
 
SCO
 
CYP
 
 Pts 

ReferencesEdit

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