DMACK World Rally Team

DMACK World Rally Team was a team that competed in the World Rally Championship since 2012 until 2017[1].

Raigo Mõlder and Ott Tänak, 2014 Rallye Deutschland
Full nameDMACK World Rally Team
BaseUnited Kingdom Great Britain
TyresDMACK
World Rally Championship career
Debut2012
Constructors' Championships0
Drivers' Championships0
Rally wins0

HistoryEdit

Beginning with the 2011 season, DMACK began supplying tyres for the Scottish Rally Championship[2] and the Production World Rally Championship.[3] The company made its World Rally Championship debut at the 2011 Wales Rally GB on the car of Ott Tänak.[4]

In 2017, DMack did not enter as a team, but M-Sport WRT driver Elfyn Evans drove with DMack tyres. He won the 2017 Wales Rally GB.

The team was disbanded by end of 2017.[1]

WRC resultsEdit

Year Entrant Car Driver 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 WRC Points Teams Points
2012 - Ford Fiesta RS WRC   Jari Ketomaa MON SWE
Ret
MEX POR
9
ARG GRE NZL
11
FIN
8
GER GBR FRA ITA ESP 23rd 6 - -
  Martin Prokop MON SWE MEX POR ARG
4
GRE NZL FIN GER GBR FRA ITA ESP
13
9th 46
  Evgeny Novikov MON SWE MEX POR ARG GRE NZL FIN GER GBR FRA ITA ESP
10
6th 88
2013 Dmack - Autotek Ford Fiesta R5   Jari Ketomaa MON SWE MEX POR ARG GRE ITA FIN
7
GER AUS FRA ESP GBR
9
18th 8 - -
2014 Drive Dmack Ford Fiesta R5   Ott Tänak MEX
15
ARG
17
ITA
21
POL
11
FIN
12
GER
10
AUS
Ret
FRA ESP 15th 17 - -
Ford Fiesta RS WRC GBR
7
2016 DMACK World Rally Team Ford Fiesta RS WRC   Ott Tänak MON
7
SWE
5
MEX
6
ARG
15
POR
Ret
ITA
5
POL
2
FIN
Ret
GER
23
CHN
C
FRA
10
ESP
6
GBR
2
AUS
7
8th 88 6th 98

WRC2 resultsEdit

Year Entrant Car No Driver 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 WRC2 Points Teams Points
2013 Dmack - Autotek Ford Fiesta RRC 47   Eyvind Brynildsen MON SWE
Ret
MEX POR ARG GRE ITA 26th 13 8th 61
Ford Fiesta R5 FIN
10
GER
Ret
AUS FRA ESP GBR
4
88   Jari Ketomaa MON SWE MEX POR ARG GRE ITA FIN
1
GER AUS FRA ESP GBR
2
11th 43
2014 Drive Dmack Ford Fiesta R5   Jari Ketomaa MON SWE
2
MEX POR
2
ARG
11
ITA POL
2
FIN
2
GER AUS
2
FRA ESP GBR
1
2nd 115 1st 183
  Ott Tänak MON SWE MEX
4
POR ARG
8
ITA
8
POL
1
FIN
3
GER
2
AUS
Ret
FRA ESP GBR 6th 78
2015 Drive Dmack Ford Fiesta RRC   Eyvind Brynildsen MON SWE
2
MEX ARG POR ITA POL FIN
Ret
GER AUS FRA ESP GBR 20th 18 3rd 113
Ford Fiesta R5   Jari Ketomaa MON SWE
1
MEX
3
ARG
3
POR
Ret
ITA POL
4
FIN GER AUS FRA ESP
12
GBR
WD
6th 67
  Nicolás Fuchs MON SWE MEX ARG
Ret
POR ITA POL FIN GER AUS FRA ESP GBR
6
12th 46
  Sander Pärn MON SWE MEX ARG POR
9
ITA POL
9
FIN
12
GER AUS FRA ESP GBR 41st 4
Drive DMACK 2   Scott Pedder MON SWE MEX ARG POR ITA POL FIN GER AUS
6
FRA ESP GBR 18th 20 19th 15
2016 Drive Dmack Ford Fiesta R5   Sander Pärn MON SWE
Ret
MEX ARG POR
Ret
ITA POL FIN GER CHN
C
FRA ESP
7
GBR AUS 36th 6 4th 87
  Marius Aasen MON SWE
8
MEX ARG POR
3
ITA
7
POL
Ret
FIN
6
GER CHN
C
FRA ESP
6
GBR
5
AUS 9th 51
  Karl Kruuda MON SWE MEX ARG POR ITA
3
POL
10
FIN
Ret
GER CHN
C
FRA ESP GBR AUS 20th 16
  Osian Pryce MON SWE MEX ARG POR ITA POL FIN GER CHN
C
FRA ESP GBR
Ret
AUS - 0

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b Evans, David. "DMACK to step back from full-time WRC programme in 2018". Autosport.com. Retrieved 2019-10-25.
  2. ^ Kornél, Fabien (20 January 2011). "DMACK Tyres Supports Scottish Rally Championship as Official Tyre Partner". RallyBuzz. Retrieved 17 January 2012.[permanent dead link]
  3. ^ Patterson, Glenn (17 December 2010). "DMACK set to take on World Rally Championship". News and Star. Carlisle, Cumbria. Retrieved 17 January 2012.[permanent dead link]
  4. ^ Evans, David (3 November 2011). "Ott Tanak to give DMACK tyres their World Rally Car debut in Britain". Autosport. Haymarket Publications. Retrieved 17 January 2012.

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