Rally Catalunya SS13 results

@>SS13 (Colldejou 2) results Pos No. Class Driver Nat Car Time Gap To 1st Penalty --- --- ----- -------------------- ----- ------------------------------ ---------- --------- --------- ...

Rally Catalunya SS13 results

@>SS13 (Colldejou 2) results

 Pos No. Class Driver Nat Car Time Gap To 1st Penalty --- --- ----- -------------------- ----- ------------------------------ ---------- --------- --------- -------- 1. 1 A8 S. Loeb F Citroen Xsara 16:57.4 2. 4 A8 R. Kresta CZ Ford Focus RS WRC 04 17:05.0 7.6 7.6 3. 3 A8 T. Gardemeister FIN Ford Focus RS WRC 04 17:06.1 1.1 8.7 4. 5 A8 P. Solberg N Subaru Impreza WRC 05 17:06.6 0.5 9.2 5. 18 A8 M. Hirvonen FIN Ford Focus WRC 03  17:06.9 0.3 9.5 6. 19 A8 X. Pons E Citroen Xsara WRC 04 17:07.8 0.9 10.4 7. 15 A8 A. Warmbold D Ford Focus RS WRC 04 17:14.8 7.0 17.4 8. 16 A8 C. Atkinson AUS Subaru Impreza WRC 05 17:17.9 3.1 20.5 9. 2 A8 F. Duval B Citroen Xsara 17:19.1 1.2 21.7 10. 8 A8 N. Bernardi F Peugeot 307 WRC 17:23.3 4.2 25.9 11. 17 A8 J. Kopecky CZ Skoda Fabia WRC 05 17:28.7 5.4 31.3 12. 11 A8 A. Schwarz D Skoda Fabia WRC 05 17:39.6 10.9 42.2 13. 9 A8 H. Rovanpera FIN Mitsubishi Lancer WR05 17:46.3 6.7 48.9 14. 35 A6 K. Meeke GB Citroen C2 S1600 18:06.9 20.6 1:09.5 15. 41 A6 D. Sordo E Citroen C2 S1600 18:13.6 6.7 1:16.2 16. 34 A6 M. Baldacci RSM Fiat Punto S1600 18:24.3 10.7 1:26.9 17. 33 A6 K. Katajamaki FIN Suzuki Ignis S1600 18:32.9 8.6 1:35.5 18. 72 N4 J. Latvala FIN Subaru Impreza 05 18:37.2 4.3 1:39.8 19. 73 N4 E. Garcia E Subaru Impreza 18:42.2 5.0 1:44.8 20. 42 A6 P. Valousek CZ Suzuki Ignis S1600 18:48.7 6.5 1:51.3 21. 36 A6 U. Aava EE Suzuki Ignis S1600 18:49.6 0.9 1:52.2 22. 21 A8 E. Boland IRL Ford Focus WRC 03 18:50.9 1.3 1:53.5 23. 61 A8 R. Trivino MEX Peugeot 206 WRC 01 19:01.4 10.5 2:04.0 24. 43 A6 M. Prokop CZ Suzuki Ignis S1600 19:11.9 10.5 2:14.5 25. 39 A6 L. Cecchettini I Fiat Punto S1600 19:12.0 0.1 2:14.6 26. 67 A6 J. Dale GB Ford Fiesta S1600 19:25.8 13.8 2:28.4 27. 62 A8 P. White IRL Subaru S9 19:31.3 5.5 2:33.9 28. 75 N4 J. Font E Mitsubishi Lancer Evo VII 19:37.1 5.8 2:39.7 29. 86 N3 S. Perez E Peugeot 206 Rc 19:45.8 8.7 2:48.4 30. 76 N4 A. Orriols E Mitsubishi Lancer Evo VIII 19:49.5 3.7 2:52.1 31. 89 N3 A. Piatto I Renault Clio RS Light 19:52.1 2.6 2:54.7 32. 81 N4 H. Weng SWE Mitsubishi Lancer Evo VIII 19:53.0 0.9 2:55.6 33. 85 N4 J. Sinke NL Mitsubishi Lancer Evo V 20:01.7 8.7 3:04.3 34. 77 N4 M. Van NL Mitsubishi Lancer Evo VIII 20:03.6 1.9 3:06.2 35. 92 N3 R. Montlleo E Renault Clio Sport 20:07.6 4.0 3:10.2 36. 79 N4 S. Canals E Mitsubishi Lancer Evo V 20:16.5 8.9 3:19.1 37. 64 A8 J. Olle E Seat Cordoba WRC 21:02.3 45.8 4:04.9 38. 82 N4 M. Eckhaus NL Mitsubishi Lancer Evo VIII 21:25.5 23.2 4:28.1 39. 80 N4 E. Moree NL Mitsubishi Lancer Evo VIII 21:44.2 18.7 4:46.8 40. 91 N3 A. Gibert E Renault Clio RS Sport 21:59.7 15.5 5:02.3 41. 88 N3 J. Fornell E Renault Clio RS 22:47.3 47.6 5:49.9 42. 90 N3 C. Puig E Seat Ibiza 1.8 T 28:03.7 5:16.4 11:06.3 

@>Standings at the end of stage:

 Pos No. Class Driver Nat Car Time Gap To 1st Penalty --- --- ----- -------------------- ----- ------------------------------ ---------- --------- --------- -------- 1. 1 A8 S. Loeb F Citroen Xsara 3:06:14.9 2. 2 A8 F. Duval B Citroen Xsara 3:07:34.4 1:19.5 1:19.5 3. 19 A8 X. Pons E Citroen Xsara WRC 04 3:09:18.9 1:44.5 3:04.0 4. 18 A8 M. Hirvonen FIN Ford Focus WRC 03 3:09:25.7 6.8 3:10.8 0:20 5. 4 A8 R. Kresta CZ Ford Focus RS WRC 04 3:09:40.0 14.3 3:25.1 6. 8 A8 N. Bernardi F Peugeot 307 WRC 3:10:09.2 29.2 3:54.3 7. 15 A8 A. Warmbold D Ford Focus RS WRC 04 3:11:08.3 59.1 4:53.4 8. 17 A8 J. Kopecky CZ Skoda Fabia WRC 05 3:11:29.2 20.9 5:14.3 9. 16 A8 C. Atkinson AUS Subaru Impreza WRC 05 3:11:46.8 17.6 5:31.9 10. 9 A8 H. Rovanpera FIN Mitsubishi Lancer WR05 3:13:16.7 1:29.9 7:01.8 11. 11 A8 A. Schwarz D Skoda Fabia WRC 05 3:14:38.4 1:21.7 8:23.5 12. 3 A8 T. Gardemeister FIN Ford Focus RS WRC 04 3:21:11.0 6:32.6 14:56.1 0:10 13. 41 A6 D. Sordo E Citroen C2 S1600 3:22:06.3 55.3 15:51.4 1:00 14. 5 A8 P. Solberg N Subaru Impreza WRC 05 3:24:34.6 2:28.3 18:19.7 15. 21 A8 E. Boland IRL Ford Focus WRC 03 3:25:07.9 33.3 18:53.0 16. 33 A6 K. Katajamaki FIN Suzuki Ignis S1600 3:26:34.8 1:26.9 20:19.9 17. 34 A6 M. Baldacci RSM Fiat Punto S1600 3:27:13.7 38.9 20:58.8 18. 73 N4 E. Garcia E Subaru Impreza 3:27:24.9 11.2 21:10.0 19. 72 N4 J. Latvala FIN Subaru Impreza 05 3:30:04.4 2:39.5 23:49.5 20. 36 A6 U. Aava EE Suzuki Ignis S1600 3:30:46.9 42.5 24:32.0 21. 61 A8 R. Trivino MEX Peugeot 206 WRC 01 3:30:46.9 0.0 24:32.0 0:10 22. 43 A6 M. Prokop CZ Suzuki Ignis S1600 3:31:27.6 40.7 25:12.7 23. 42 A6 P. Valousek CZ Suzuki Ignis S1600 3:35:05.3 3:37.7 28:50.4 24. 62 A8 P. White IRL Subaru S9 3:35:40.3 35.0 29:25.4 1:00 25. 76 N4 A. Orriols E Mitsubishi Lancer Evo VIII 3:36:36.5 56.2 30:21.6 26. 81 N4 H. Weng SWE Mitsubishi Lancer Evo VIII 3:37:33.1 56.6 31:18.2 27. 75 N4 J. Font E Mitsubishi Lancer Evo VII 3:39:34.0 2:00.9 33:19.1 28. 89 N3 A. Piatto I Renault Clio RS Light 3:39:54.5 20.5 33:39.6 29. 77 N4 M. Van NL Mitsubishi Lancer Evo VIII 3:40:50.4 55.9 34:35.5 30. 79 N4 S. Canals E Mitsubishi Lancer Evo V 3:42:28.0 1:37.6 36:13.1 1:10 31. 35 A6 K. Meeke GB Citroen C2 S1600 3:43:54.0 1:26.0 37:39.1 32. 92 N3 R. Montlleo E Renault Clio Sport 3:44:13.7 19.7 37:58.8 33. 86 N3 S. Perez E Peugeot 206 Rc 3:49:58.7 5:45.0 43:43.8 0:10 34. 80 N4 E. Moree NL Mitsubishi Lancer Evo VIII 3:51:24.5 1:25.8 45:09.6 35. 85 N4 J. Sinke NL Mitsubishi Lancer Evo V 3:54:58.2 3:33.7 48:43.3 1:00 36. 82 N4 M. Eckhaus NL Mitsubishi Lancer Evo VIII 3:55:37.0 38.8 49:22.1 37. 67 A6 J. Dale GB Ford Fiesta S1600 3:56:06.8 29.8 49:51.9 0:10 38. 64 A8 J. Olle E Seat Cordoba WRC 3:58:29.1 2:22.3 52:14.2 0:20 39. 91 N3 A. Gibert E Renault Clio RS Sport 4:04:08.6 5:39.5 57:53.7 40. 39 A6 L. Cecchettini I Fiat Punto S1600 4:08:28.8 4:20.2 1:02:13.9 41. 88 N3 J. Fornell E Renault Clio RS 4:14:16.8 5:48.0 1:08:01.9 42. 90 N3 C. Puig E Seat Ibiza 1.8 T 4:26:20.8 12:04.0 1:20:05.9 1:20 

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