Bulgaria Rally leg 1 results

Pos No. Class Driver Nat Car Time Gap To 1st Penalty ---- --- ----- -------------------- ----- ------------------------------ ---------- --------- --------- -------- 1. 1 A8 ...

Bulgaria Rally leg 1 results

Pos No. Class Driver Nat Car Time Gap To 1st Penalty ---- --- ----- -------------------- ----- ------------------------------ ---------- --------- --------- -------- 1. 1 A8 Sebastien Loeb FRA Citroen C4 1:05:26.7 2. 2 A8 Dani Sordo ESP Citroen C4 1:05:54.8 28.1 28.1 3. 11 A8 Petter Solberg N Citroen C4 1:06:04.7 9.9 38.0 4. 3 A8 Mikko Hirvonen FIN Ford Focus 1:06:37.6 32.9 1:10.9 5. 4 A8 Jari-Matti Latvala FIN Ford Focus 1:06:47.9 10.3 1:21.2 6. 7 A8 Sebastien Ogier FRA Citroen C4 1:06:58.0 10.1 1:31.3 7. 6 A8 Per Gunnar Andersson S Ford Focus 1:07:53.0 55.0 2:26.3 8. 41 A8 Frigyes Turan HUN Peugeot 307 1:08:15.8 22.8 2:49.1 9. 5 A8 Matthew Wilson GBR Ford Focus 1:09:12.3 56.5 3:45.6 10. 12 N4 Henning Solberg N Ford Fiesta 1:10:10.1 57.8 4:43.4 11. 32 A6 Mathieu Arzeno FRA Citroen C2 1:10:44.3 34.2 5:17.6 12. 29 A6 Thierry Neuville BEL Citroen C2 1:10:46.1 1.8 5:19.4 13. 46 N4 Dimitar Iliev BGR Skoda Fabia 1:10:51.8 5.7 5:25.1 14. 44 N4 Jasen Popov BGR Mitubishi Lancer 1:11:01.0 9.2 5:34.3 15. 23 A6 Hans Weijs NLD Citroen C2 1:11:13.4 12.4 5:46.7 16. 31 A6 Yeray Lemes ESP Renault C2 1:11:33.8 20.4 6:07.1 17. 45 N4 Petar Gyoshev BGR Mitubishi Lancer 1:11:34.4 0.6 6:07.7 18. 26 A7 Todor Slavov BGR Renault Clio 1:12:03.8 29.4 6:37.1 19. 15 N4 Denis Kuipers NLD Ford Fiesta 1:12:15.8 12.0 6:49.1 20. 42 N4 Eyvind Brynildsen N Skoda Fabia 1:12:37.6 21.8 7:10.9 21. 22 A7 Kevin Abbring NLD Renault Clio 1:12:41.8 4.2 7:15.1 22. 27 A7 Alessandro Broccoli RSM Renault Clio 1:13:50.3 1:08.5 8:23.6 23. 30 A6 Karl Kruuda EE Suzuki Swift 1:14:15.0 24.7 8:48.3 24. 24 A7 Egoi E. Valdes Lopez ESP Renault Clio 1:15:06.3 51.3 9:39.6 25. 50 A7 Francesco Parli CHE Renault Clio 1:15:28.3 22.0 10:01.6 26. 8 A8 Kimi Raikkonen FIN Citroen C4 1:16:23.0 54.7 10:56.3 27. 51 A7 Zoltan Bessenyey HUN Opel Astra 1:17:52.9 1:29.9 12:26.2 28. 52 A6 Tihomir Stratiev BGR Citroen C2 1:18:21.4 28.5 12:54.7 29. 63 N3 Tural Metkov BGR Peugeot 206 1:18:54.8 33.4 13:28.1 30. 58 N3 Vladica Rabrenovic SRB Renault Clio 1:19:39.9 45.1 14:13.2 31. 53 A6 Ekaterina Startieva BGR Citroen C2 1:20:13.3 33.4 14:46.6 32. 43 N4 Krum Donchev BGR Peugeot 207 1:21:10.3 57.0 15:43.6 33. 66 N2 Spas Vidarkinsky BGR Citroen Saxo 1:23:32.5 2:22.2 18:05.8 34. 61 N3 Yordan Bozhich BGR Renault Clio 1:25:10.6 1:38.1 19:43.9 35. 28 A6 Harry Hunt GBR Ford Fiesta 1:25:19.0 8.4 19:52.3 36. 47 N4 Ignat Isaev BGR Mitubishi Lancer 1:26:09.1 50.1 20:42.4 37. 60 N3 Kostadin Toshev BGR Renault Clio 1:27:24.8 1:15.7 21:58.1 38. 67 N2 Georgy Marinov BGR Citroen Saxo 1:31:12.2 3:47.4 25:45.5

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