2014 World Rally Championship-2

2014 FIA World Rally Championship-2
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Parent series:
World Rally Championship
Support series:
World Rally Championship-3
Junior World Rally Championship

The 2014 FIA World Rally Championship-2 was the second season of the World Rally Championship-2, an auto racing championship recognized by the Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile, running in support of the World Rally Championship. It was created when the Group R class of rally car was introduced in 2013.The Championship was open to cars complying with R4, R5, Super 2000 and Group N regulations. The Championship is composed by thirteen Rallies, and Drivers and Teams must nominate a maximum of seven event. The best six results were counted towards the championship.[1]

Former Formula One driver Robert Kubica did not return to defend his 2013 title as he joined the sport's premier category.[2]

The Title went to Nasser Al-Attiyah finishing six the last event, winning the championship by three points over Jari Ketomaa (who won the event). Lorenzo Bertelli finished the championship in third position.

CalendarEdit

The 2014 calendar was announced at a meeting of the FIA World Motor Sport Council in Croatia on 27 September 2013.[3] The 2014 championship was contested over thirteen rounds in Europe, North America, South America and Oceania.

Round Dates Rally name Rally headquarters Surface
1 16–18 January   Monte Carlo Rally Gap, Hautes-Alpes Mixed
2 5–8 February   Rally Sweden Hagfors, Värmland Snow
3 6–9 March   Rally Mexico León, Guanajuato Gravel
4 3–6 April   Rally de Portugal Faro, Algarve Gravel
5 8–11 May   Rally Argentina Villa Carlos Paz, Córdoba Gravel
6 6–8 June   Rally Italia Sardegna Alghero, Sardinia Gravel
7 27–29 June   Rally Poland Mikołajki, Warmia-Masuria Gravel
8 31 July–3 August   Rally Finland Jyväskylä, Keski-Suomi Gravel
9 22–24 August   Rallye Deutschland Trier, Rhineland-Palatinate Tarmac
10 12–14 September   Rally Australia Coffs Harbour, New South Wales Gravel
11 3–5 October   Rallye de France Alsace Strasbourg, Alsace Tarmac
12 24–26 October   Rally de Catalunya Salou, Tarragona Mixed
13 14–16 November   Wales Rally GB Deeside, Flintshire Gravel

Calendar changesEdit

  • Rally Australia and Rally New Zealand abandoned the event-sharing arrangement established in 2008 that saw each event host a round of the championship every other year. After hosting an event in 2013, Rally Australia remains on the calendar throughout 2014 and 2015 before the arrangement is due to be renegotiated.[4]
  • The Rallye Monte Carlo relocated its base from Valence in the French province of Rhône-Alpes to the town of Gap in the neighbouring province of Hautes-Alpes.[5]
  • The 2014 calendar saw the Rally of Poland return to the championship for the first time since 2009.[4] The event also crossed the border into Lithuania for one day of competition.[3] Its inclusion came at the expense of the Acropolis Rally, which was removed after struggling with its financial obligations to the championship. The Acropolis Rally later moved to the European Rally Championship for the 2014 season.[6] The rallies of Brazil and China had also been considered for inclusion on the WRC calendar before the FIA approved of the Rally of Poland.[7][8]


Teams and driversEdit

Entrant Driver Co-driver Car Class Tyre Rounds
  M-Sport World Rally Team[9]   Yuriy Protasov[9]   Pavlo Cherepin[9] Ford Fiesta R5 R5 M 1–5
Ford Fiesta RRC S 10
P 6
  Nicolás Fuchs[10]   Fernando Mussano[10] D 3, 5
Ford Fiesta R5 R5 6–7, 12–13
  Pontus Tidemand[10]   Ola Floene[10] M 4
  Emil Axelsson[11] 9
  Patrik Barth[12] 11
  Quentin Gilbert[13]   Renaud Jamoul[13] P 11
D 13
  Stohl Racing[9]   Armin Kremer[9]   Klaus Wicha[9] Ford Fiesta R5 R5 P 1
  Baumschlager Rallye & Racing[11] Škoda Fabia S2000 S 9
  www.Rallyproject.com srl[9]   Max Rendina[9]   Mario Pizzuti[9] Mitsubishi Lancer Evo X N P 1–7, 10
  J-Motorsport[9]   Jourdan Serderidis[9]   Morgane Rose[9] Ford Fiesta R5 R5 P 1–2
  Frédéric Miclotte[14] 7
D 10
M 11–13
  Team 2B Yacco[9]   Julien Maurin[9]   Nicolas Klinger[9] Ford Fiesta RRC S P 1, 4
Ford Fiesta R5 R5 6, 9, 12
  CA1 Sport Ltd[9]   Robert Barrable[9]   Stuart Loudon[9] Ford Fiesta R5 R5 D 1, 4
M 12
  FWRT s.r.l.[9]   Lorenzo Bertelli[9]   Mitia Dotta[9] Ford Fiesta R5 R5 P 1–2, 4, 8–9, 12–13
Ford Fiesta RRC S 3, 5–6, 10
  Yazeed Racing[15]   Yazeed Al-Rajhi[15]   Michael Orr[15] Ford Fiesta RRC S M 2, 6–8, 10
  Matthew Wilson[16]   Scott Martin[16] 13
  Drive DMACK[15]   Jari Ketomaa[15]   Kaj Lindström[15] Ford Fiesta R5 R5 D 2, 4–5, 7–8, 10, 13
  Fredrik Åhlin[15]   Morten Erik Abrahamsen[15] 2, 4
  Ott Tänak[13]   Raigo Mõlder[13] 3, 5–10
  Quentin Gilbert[13]   Renaud Jamoul[13] 3, 5–6
  Eyvind Brynildsen[17]   Anders Fredriksson[17] Ford Fiesta RRC S 8
  Anders Grøndal Rally Team[15]   Anders Grøndal[15]   Roger Eilertsen[15] Subaru Impreza WRX STi N P 2
  Eurolamp World Rally Team[15]   Valeriy Gorban[15]   Volodymyr Korsia[15] MINI John Cooper Works S2000 S P 2, 12–13
M 4, 6–8
  Printsport Racing[15]   Karl Kruuda[15]   Martin Järveoja[15] Ford Fiesta S2000 S M 2, 4, 8, 12–13
  Tagai Racing Technology Peugeot 208 T16 R5 R5 6–7
  Porto Cervo Racing Team[18]   Giuseppe Dettori[18]   Carlo Pisano[18] Mitsubishi Lancer Evo IX N D 2, 6
  G.B. Motors[15]   Gianluca Linari[15]   Nicola Arena[15] Subaru Impreza WRX STi N P 2
D 3, 6
  Danilo Fappani 5
  ABR Paraguay by Astra[13]   Augusto Bestard[13]   Fernando Mendonca[13] Mitsubishi Lancer Evo X N P 3
  Enrique Fratta[19] D 5
  Nasser Al-Attiyah[10]   Nasser Al-Attiyah[10]   Giovanni Bernacchini[10] Ford Fiesta RRC S M 4–6, 9, 12–13
  RMC Motorsport[10]   Nicolás Fuchs[10]   Fernando Mussano[10] Ford Fiesta R5 R5 D 4
  Juan Carlos Alonso[10]   Juan Pablo Monasterolo[10] Mitsubishi Lancer Evo X N 4, 6–8, 12
Mitsubishi Lancer Evo IX 5
  Ramón Torres[19]   José Díaz[19] 5
Mitsubishi Lancer Evo X 6–7
  AT Rally Team[10]   Bernardo Sousa[10]   Hugo Magalhaes[10] Ford Fiesta RRC S P 4, 6–7, 9, 11–13
  Martin Kangur[10]   Andres Ots[10] Ford Fiesta S2000 M 4
  Paweł Drahan[18] 6
  Kuldar Sikk[14] 7, 13
  Bosowa Rally Team[10]   Subhan Aksa[10]   Nicola Arena[10] Ford Fiesta RRC S M 4, 10
  David Bogie[16]   Kevin Rae[16] Ford Fiesta R5 R5 D 13
  Skydive Dubai Rally Team[10]   Rashid Al Ketbi[10]   Karina Hepperle[10] Ford Fiesta R5 R5 D 4, 6–7, 9, 12
  Puma Rally Team[10]   Abdulaziz Al-Kuwari[10]   Killian Duffy[10] Ford Fiesta RRC S M 4–6
  A-Style Team[10]   Martin McCormack[10]   David Moynihan[10] Ford Fiesta R5 R5 H 4, 6
  Phil Clarke[11] 9
  James Morgan[12] 11
  John Higgins[20] Ford Fiesta S2000 S 13
  Vomero Racing[10]   Marco Vallario[10]   Antonio Pascale[10] Mitsubishi Lancer Evo X N D 4, 6, 8
  Sirbb Kuwait[10]   Salah Bin Eidan[10]   Alex Gelsomino[10] Ford Fiesta R5 R5 M 4
D 6–8
  Saba Competicion[19]   Gustavo Saba[19]   Diego Cagnotti[19] Škoda Fabia S2000 S D 5
  Barattero Motorsport[19]   Diego Domínguez[19]   Edgardo Galindo[19] Ford Fiesta R5 R5 D 5
  MZR Paraguay[19]   Miguel Zaldivar[19]   Fernando Mendonca[19] Ford Fiesta R5 R5 D 5
  Tom Cave[16]   Craig Parry[16] 13
  Top Teams by MY Racing[18]   Sébastien Chardonnet[18]   Thibault de la Haye[18] Citroën DS3 R5 R5 M 6–9, 11–12
  Kaur Motorsport[18]   Egon Kaur[18]   Erik Lepikson[18] Ford Fiesta R5 R5 D 6
  C-Rally[14]   Jarosław Kołtun[14]   Ireneusz Pleskot[14] Ford Fiesta R5 R5 M 7, 11
H 13
  MM Motorsport[17]   Oleksiy Kikireshko[17]   Kuldar Sikk[17] Ford Fiesta R5 R5 D 8
  BAS Motorsport Srl[17]   Mario Pizzuti[17]   Max Rendina[17] Mitsubishi Lancer Evo X N P 8
  Benito Guerra[21]   Borja Rozada[21] M 12
  Top Run Srl[12]   Johan Heloïse[12]   Roberto Mometti[12] Subaru Impreza WRX STi N P 11–12
  PH Sport[21]   Stéphane Lefebvre[21]   Thomas Dubois[21] Citroën DS3 R5 R5 M 12
  Stéphane Prévot[20] 13
Icon Class
R4 Classification
within Group R
R5
S Super 2000
N Group N

Driver changesEdit

Regulation changesEdit

  • All competitors registered in the Championships–WRC, WRC-2, WRC-3 and the Junior WRC—were obliged to use a colour-coded windscreen sticker to distinguish its category.[24]
  • Drivers were no longer assigned permanent numbers, except upon request.[24]

Rally summariesEdit

Round Rally name Podium finishers Statistics
Pos. Driver Team Time Stages Length Starters Finishers
1   Monte Carlo Rally
(15–20 January) — Results and report
1   Yuriy Protasov
  Pavlo Cherepin
  M-Sport World Rally Team
(Ford Fiesta R5)
4:20:57.5 (15)1a
14
(383,88 km)1b
360,48 km
7 6
2   Lorenzo Bertelli
  Mitia Dotta
  FWRT s.r.l.
(Ford Fiesta R5)
4:28:47.9
3   Robert Barrable
  Stuart Loudon
  CA1 Sport Ltd
(Ford Fiesta R5)
4:30:22.3
2   Rally Sweden
(5–8 February) — Results and report
1   Karl Kruuda
  Martin Järveoja
  Printsport Racing
(Ford Fiesta S2000)
3:14:40.2 (24)
23
(323,54 km)
312,22 km
10 8
2   Jari Ketomaa
  Kaj Lindström
  Drive DMACK
(Ford Fiesta R5)
3:14:42.5
3   Fredrik Åhlin
  Morten Erik Abrahamsen
  Drive DMACK
(Ford Fiesta R5)
3:15:58.3
3   Rally Mexico
(6–9 March) — Results and report
1   Yuriy Protasov
  Pavlo Cherepin
  M-Sport World Rally Team
(Ford Fiesta R5)
4:56:00.0 21 401,77 km 8 7
2   Lorenzo Bertelli
  Mitia Dotta
  FWRT s.r.l.
(Ford Fiesta R5)
5:19:43.9
3   Max Rendina
  Mario Pizzuti
  www.Rallyproject.com srl
(Mitsubishi Lancer Evo X)
5:19:59.8
4   Rally de Portugal
(3–6 April) — Results and report
1   Nasser Al-Attiyah
  Giovanni Bernacchini
  Autotek Motorsport
(Ford Fiesta RRC)
3:43:35.1 16 339,46 km 20 17
2   Jari Ketomaa
  Kaj Lindström
  Drive DMACK
(Ford Fiesta R5)
3:43:46.7
3   Pontus Tidemand
  Ola Floene
  M-Sport World Rally Team
(Ford Fiesta R5)
3:45:42.1
5   Rally Argentina
(8–11 May) — Results and report
1   Nasser Al-Attiyah
  Giovanni Bernacchini
  Autotek Motorsport
(Ford Fiesta RRC)
5:04:35.0 14 405,10 km 16 13
2   Nicolás Fuchs
  Fernando Mussano
  M-Sport World Rally Team
(Ford Fiesta RRC)
5:10:10.7
3   Diego Domínguez
  Edgardo Galindo
  Barattero Motorsport
(Ford Fiesta R5)
5:10:25.5
6   Rally Italia Sardegna
(6–8 June) — Results and report
1   Lorenzo Bertelli
  Mitia Dotta
  FWRT s.r.l.
(Ford Fiesta R5)
4:17:59.9 17 364,54 km 22 15
2   Sébastien Chardonnet
  Thibault de la Haye
  Top Teams by MY Racing
(Citroën DS3 R5)
4:20:11.5
3   Yuriy Protasov
  Pavlo Cherepin
  M-Sport World Rally Team
(Ford Fiesta RRC)
4:23:27.0
7   Rally Poland
(27–29 June) — Results and report
1   Ott Tänak
  Raigo Mõlder
  Drive DMACK
(Ford Fiesta R5)
2:42:12.3 24 336,64 km 15 12
2   Jari Ketomaa
  Kaj Lindström
  Drive DMACK
(Ford Fiesta R5)
2:43:50.5
3   Yazeed Al Rajhi
  Michael Orr
  Yazeed Racing
(Ford Fiesta RRC)
2:46:23.5
8   Rally Finland
(1–3 August) — Results and report
1   Karl Kruuda
  Martin Järveoja
  Printsport Racing
(Ford Fiesta S2000)
3:12:07.9 26 360,94 km 10 7
2   Jari Ketomaa
  Kaj Lindström
  Drive DMACK
(Ford Fiesta R5)
3:14:16.6
3   Ott Tänak
  Raigo Mõlder
  Drive DMACK
(Ford Fiesta R5)
3:14:40.1
9   Rallye Deutschland
(22–24 August) — Results and report
1   Pontus Tidemand
  Emil Axelsson
  M-Sport World Rally Team
(Ford Fiesta R5)
3:18:55.6 18 324,31 km 9 7
2   Ott Tänak
  Raigo Mõlder
  Drive DMACK
(Ford Fiesta R5)
3:18:57.4
3   Armin Kremer
  Klaus Wicha
  Baumschlager Rallye & Racing
(Škoda Fabia S2000)
3:20:00.8
10   Rally Australia
(12–14 September) — Results and report
1   Nasser Al-Attiyah
  Giovanni Bernacchini
  Autotek Motorsport
(Ford Fiesta RRC)
3:05:11.1 20 304,34 km 9 6
2   Jari Ketomaa
  Kaj Lindström
  Drive DMACK
(Ford Fiesta R5)
3:07:01.5
3   Yuriy Protasov
  Pavlo Cherepin
  M-Sport World Rally Team
(Ford Fiesta RRC)
3:07:48.1
11   Rallye de France Alsace
(3–5 October) — Results and report
1   Quentin Gilbert
  Renaud Jamoul
  M-Sport World Rally Team
(Ford Fiesta R5)
2:48:56.8 18 303,63 km 8 7
2   Bernardo Sousa
  Hugo Magalhaes
  AT Rally Team
(Ford Fiesta RRC)
2:49:04.9
3   Sébastien Chardonnet
  Thibault de la Haye
  Top Teams by MY Racing
(Citroën DS3 R5)
2:51:04.1
12   Rally de Catalunya
(24–26 October) — Results and report
1   Nasser Al-Attiyah
  Giovanni Bernacchini
  Autotek Motorsport
(Ford Fiesta RRC)
3:59:24.4 17 372,96 km 12 8
2   Julien Maurin
  Nicolas Klinger
  Team 2B Yacco
(Ford Fiesta R5)
3:59:59.4
3   Robert Barrable
  Stuart Loudon
  CA1 Sport Ltd
(Ford Fiesta R5)
4:03:56.9
13   Wales Rally GB
(14–16 November) — Results and report
1   Jari Ketomaa
  Kaj Lindström
  Drive DMACK
(Ford Fiesta R5)
3:14:08.1 17 305,64 km 16 12
2   Lorenzo Bertelli
  Mitia Dotta
  FWRT s.r.l.
(Ford Fiesta R5)
3:15:05.5
3   Matthew Wilson
  Scott Martin
  Yazeed Racing
(Ford Fiesta R5)
3:15:25.3


Notes:

  • ^1  – The Monte Carlo Rally was shortened when a competitor stopped on Stage 14, blocking traffic and forcing organisers to abandon the stage.

Championship standingsEdit

FIA World Rally Championship-2 for DriversEdit

Points are awarded to the top 10 classified finishers.

Position  1st   2nd   3rd   4th   5th   6th   7th   8th   9th   10th 
Points 25 18 15 12 10 8 6 4 2 1
Pos. Driver MON
 
SWE
 
MEX
 
POR
 
ARG
 
ITA
 
POL
 
FIN
 
GER
 
AUS
 
FRA
 
ESP
 
GBR
 
Drops Points
1   Nasser Al-Attiyah 1 1 Ret 5 1 1 6 0 118
2   Jari Ketomaa 2 2 11 2 2 2 1 0 115
3   Lorenzo Bertelli 2 6 2 4 1 4 2 8 103
4   Yuriy Protasov 1 5 1 14 Ret 3 3 0 90
5   Karl Kruuda 1 4 4 Ret 1 7 5 0 90
6   Ott Tänak 4 8 8 1 3 2 Ret 0 78
7   Pontus Tidemand 3 1 4 52
8   Bernardo Sousa 5 5 5 Ret 2 Ret Ret 0 48
9   Nicolás Fuchs 6 12 2 Ret 6 5 9 0 46
10   Valeriy Gorban 7 8 15 4 7 6 7 0 42
11   Yazeed Al-Rajhi 4 WD Ret 3 4 Ret 39
12   Robert Barrable 3 6 3 38
13   Max Rendina 5 WD 3 13 13 12 8 6 0 37
14   Quentin Gilbert Ret Ret 6 1 8 37
15   Sébastien Chardonnet 2 11 Ret Ret 3 Ret 33
16   Julien Maurin Ret Ret Ret 4 2 30
17   Armin Kremer 4 3 27
18   Jourdan Serderidis 6 Ret 9 Ret 7 8 10 0 21
19   Juan Carlos Alonso 15 7 9 10 6 Ret 17
20   Abdulaziz Al-Kuwari WD 7 5 Ret 16
21   Jarosław Kołtun 7 5 12 16
22   Diego Domínguez 3 15
23   Fredrik Åhlin 3 Ret 15
24   Matthew Wilson 3 15
25   Gianluca Linari 8 5 12 11 14
26   Tom Cave 4 12
27   Subhan Aksa 9 5 12
28   Benito Guerra 4 EX 12
29   Eyvind Brynildsen 5 10
30   Miguel Angel Zaldivar 6 8
31   Augusto Bestard 7 9 8
32   Rashid Al Ketbi 11 Ret 6 WD 8
33   Johan Heloïse 6 8
34   Martin Kangur 10 7 Ret Ret 7
35   Martin McCormack Ret Ret 7 Ret Ret 6
36   Ramon Torres 10 10 12 2
Pos. Driver MON
 
SWE
 
MEX
 
POR
 
ARG
 
ITA
 
POL
 
FIN
 
GER
 
AUS
 
FRA
 
ESP
 
GBR
 
Drops Points
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)

FIA World Rally Championship-2 for Co-DriversEdit

Pos. Co-driver MON
 
SWE
 
MEX
 
POR
 
ARG
 
ITA
 
POL
 
FIN
 
GER
 
AUS
 
FRA
 
ESP
 
GBR
 
Drops Points
1   Giovanni Bernacchini 1 1 Ret 5 1 1 6 0 118
2   Kaj Lindström 2 2 11 2 2 2 1 0 115
3   Mitia Dotta 2 6 2 4 1 4 2 8 103
4   Pavlo Cherepin 1 5 1 14 Ret 3 3 0 90
5   Martin Järveoja 1 4 4 Ret 1 8 5 0 90
6   Raigo Mõlder 4 8 8 1 3 2 Ret 0 78
7   Hugo Magalhães 5 5 5 2 Ret Ret 48
8   Fernando Mussano 6 12 2 Ret 6 5 9 0 46
9   Volodymyr Korsia 7 8 12 4 7 6 7 0 42
10   Michael Orr 4 WD Ret 3 4 Ret 39
11   Stuart Loudon 3 6 3 38
12   Mario Pizzuti 5 WD 3 13 13 12 8 6 0 39
13   Renaud Jamoul Ret 6 1 8 37
14   Thibault de la Haye 2 11 Ret Ret 3 Ret 33
15   Nicolas Klinger Ret Ret Ret Ret 4 2 30
16   Klaus Wicha 4 3 27
17   Nicola Arena 8 5 9 11 5 26
18   Emil Axelsson 1 25
19   Juan Pablo Monasterolo 15 7 9 10 6 Ret 17
20   Killian Duffy WD 7 5 Ret 16
21   Ireneusz Pleskot 7 5 12 16
22   Ola Floene 3 15
23   Edgardo Galindo 3 15
24   Morten Erik Abrahamsen 3 Ret 15
25   Scott Martin 3 15
26   Fernando Mendonca 7 6 14
27   Frédéric Miclotte 9 Ret 7 8 10 13
28   Craig Parry 4 12
29   Borja Rozada 4 EX 12
30   Patrik Barth 4 12
31   Anders Fredriksson 5 10
32   Karina Hepperle 11 Ret 6 WD 8
33   Morgane Rose 6 Ret 8
34   Roberto Mometti 6 8
35   Paweł Drahan 7 Ret 6
36   Phil Clarke 7 6
37   Enrique Fratta 9 2
38   José Díaz 10 10 12 2
39   Andres Ots 10 1
Pos. Co-driver MON
 
SWE
 
MEX
 
POR
 
ARG
 
ITA
 
POL
 
FIN
 
GER
 
AUS
 
FRA
 
ESP
 
GBR
 
Drops Points
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)

FIA World Rally Championship-2 for TeamsEdit

Pos. Team MON
 
SWE
 
MEX
 
POR
 
ARG
 
ITA
 
POL
 
FIN
 
GER
 
AUS
 
FRA
 
ESP
 
GBR
 
Points
1   Drive DMACK 1 3 1 6 4 1 2 183
4 2 1
2   FWRT s.r.l. 1 3 1 1 1 1 1 165
3   Eurolamp World Rally Team 4 3 7 4 4 2 4 87
4   www.Rallyproject.com 3 WD 2 7 7 10 6 3 78
5   Yazeed Racing 2 Ret 3 3 Ret 2 66
6   Top Teams by My Racing 2 7 Ret Ret 1 Ret 57
7   C-Rally 5 2 5 38
8   Puma Rally Team WD 2 2 Ret 36
9   Skydive Dubai Rally Team 6 WD Ret 1 WD 33
10   Bosowa Rally Team 4 2 Ret 30
11   MZR Paraguay 3 3 30
12   AT Rally Team 5 3 Ret Ret 25
13   BAS Motorsport Srl Ret 1 EX 25
14   ABR Paraguay by Astra 4 5 22
15   Stohl Racing 2 18
16   Top Run Srl 3 15
17   Sirbb Kuwait 8 6 WD WD 12
Pos. Team MON
 
SWE
 
MEX
 
POR
 
ARG
 
ITA
 
POL
 
FIN
 
GER
 
AUS
 
FRA
 
ESP
 
GBR
 
Points
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)

FIA World Rally Championship-2 for Production Car DriversEdit

Pos. Driver MON
 
SWE
 
MEX
 
POR
 
ARG
 
ITA
 
POL
 
FIN
 
GER
 
AUS
 
FRA
 
ESP
 
GBR
 
Drops Points
1   Max Rendina 1 WD 1 1 5 4 1 1 10 137
2   Juan Carlos Alonso 2 1 1 2 1 Ret 111
3   Gianluca Linari 1 2 4 3 70
4   Ramon Torres 3 2 3 48
5   Augusto Bestard 3 2 33
6   Benito Guerra 1 25
7   Johan Heloïse 1 25
8   Marco Vallario 3 WD WD 15
Pos. Driver MON
 
SWE
 
MEX
 
POR
 
ARG
 
ITA
 
POL
 
FIN
 
GER
 
AUS
 
FRA
 
ESP
 
GBR
 
Drops Points
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)

FIA World Rally Championship-2 for Production Car Co-DriversEdit

Pos. Co-driver MON
 
SWE
 
MEX
 
POR
 
ARG
 
ITA
 
POL
 
FIN
 
GER
 
AUS
 
FRA
 
ESP
 
GBR
 
Drops Points
1   Mario Pizzuti 1 WD 1 1 5 4 1 1 10 137
2   Juan Pablo Monasterolo 2 1 1 2 1 Ret 111
3   Nicola Arena 1 2 3 58
4   José Díaz 3 2 3 48
5   Borja Rozada 1 25
6   Roberto Mometti 1 25
7   Enrique Fratta 2 18
8   Antonio Pascale 3 WD WD 15
9   Fernando Mendonca 3 15
10   Danilo Fappani 4 12
Pos. Co-driver MON
 
SWE
 
MEX
 
POR
 
ARG
 
ITA
 
POL
 
FIN
 
GER
 
AUS
 
FRA
 
ESP
 
GBR
 
Drops Points
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)

ReferencesEdit

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