Rally Catalunya SS14 results

@>SS14 (Sant Julia 2) results Pos Driver Nat Car Time Gap To 1st --- -------------------- ---- ------------------------ --------- ------- ------- 1. Carlos Sainz E Citroen Xsara ...

Rally Catalunya SS14 results

@>SS14 (Sant Julia 2) results

 Pos Driver Nat Car  Time Gap To 1st --- -------------------- ---- ------------------------ --------- ------- ------- 1. Carlos Sainz E Citroen Xsara 19:25.3 2. Markko Martin EE Ford Focus RS WRC04 19:25.7 0.4 0.4 3. Marcus Gronholm FIN Peugeot 307 WRC 19:29.2 3.5 3.9 4. Stephane Sarrazin F Subaru Impreza First 03 19:31.2 2.0 5.9 5. Daniel SolÀ E Mitsubishi Lancer Wr04 19:38.7 7.5 13.4 6. Gianluigi Galli I Mitsubishi Lancer Wr04 19:49.9 11.2 24.6 7. Nicolas Vouilloz F Peugeot 206 WRC 19:50.2 0.3 24.9 8. Armin Schwarz D Skoda Fabia WRC 19:50.6 0.4 25.3 9. Petter Solberg N Subaru Impreza WRC2004 19:51.7 1.1 26.4 10. Toni Gardemeister FIN Skoda Fabia WRC 19:53.6 1.9 28.3 11. Mikko Hirvonen FIN Subaru Impreza WRC2004 20:03.3 9.7 38.0 12. Gilles Panizzi F Mitsubishi Lancer Wr04 20:05.2 1.9 39.9 13. Antony Warmbold D Ford Focus RS WRC02 20:05.7 0.5 40.4 14. Nicolas Bernardi F Renault Clio Super 1600 20:54.2 48.5 1:28.9 15. Larry Cols B Renault Clio S1600 20:57.5 3.3 1:32.2 16. Eamonn Boland IRL Subaru Impreza 03 20:58.9 1.4 1:33.6 17. Xavier Pons E Renault Clio Super 1600 21:00.7 1.8 1:35.4 18. Mirco Baldacci RSM Suzuki Ignis Super 1600 21:05.5 4.8 1:40.2 19. Kris Meeke GB Citroen C2 21:06.1 0.6 1:40.8 20. Per-gunnar Andersson S Suzuki Ignis Super 1600 21:08.6 2.5 1:43.3 21. Guy Wilks GB Suzuki Ignis Super 1600 21:13.5 4.9 1:48.2 22. Jari-matti Latvala FIN Suzuki Ignis 21:17.3 3.8 1:52.0 23. Donie O'Sullivan IRL Ford Focus WRC 21:20.3 3.0 1:55.0 24. Alessandro Broccoli RSM Fiat Punto S 1600 21:22.4 2.1 1:57.1 25. Kosti Katajamaki FIN Suzuki Ignis Super 1600 21:24.7 2.3 1:59.4 26. Giandomenico Basso I Fiat Punto S1600 21:28.0 3.3 2:02.7 27. Luca Betti E Fiat Punto S1600 21:41.1 13.1 2:15.8 28. Ricardo Trivino MEX Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 21:49.8 8.7 2:24.5 29. Mattias Ekstrom S Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 21:51.0 1.2 2:25.7 30. Luca Tabaton I Fiat Punto S1600 21:57.3 6.3 2:32.0 31. Conrad Rautenbach ZW Citroen Saxo S1600 22:04.1 6.8 2:38.8 32. Paddy White IRL Subaru S9 22:11.6 7.5 2:46.3 33. Joan Font E Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 22:13.4 1.8 2:48.1 34. Eduard Fores E Seat Leon Cupra R 22:31.2 17.8 3:05.9 35. Daniel Sordo E Citroen C2 S1600 23:03.7 32.5 3:38.4 36. Enric Sans E Renault Clio RS 23:28.3 24.6 4:03.0 37. Alan Scorcioni I Fiat Punto 24:01.8 33.5 4:36.5 38. Emmanuel Guigou F Renault Clio 24:05.7 3.9 4:40.4 39. Josep Basols E Seat Leon Cupra R 25:05.4 59.7 5:40.1 40. Julio Cobo E Citroen Saxo VTS 25:12.3 6.9 5:47.0 41. Takako Nakano J Volkswagen Polo 25:39.6 27.3 6:14.3 

@>Standings at the end of the stage:

 Pos Driver Nat Car Time Gap To 1st --- -------------------- ---- ------------------------ --------- ------- ------- 1. Markko Martin EE Ford Focus RS WRC04 2:31:31.6 2. Marcus Gronholm FIN Peugeot 307 WRC 2:32:11.3 39.7 39.7 3. Carlos Sainz E Citroen Xsara 2:32:22.7 11.4 51.1 4. Stephane Sarrazin F Subaru Impreza First 03 2:33:42.5 1:19.8 2:10.9 5. Petter Solberg N Subaru Impreza WRC2004 2:34:11.0 28.5 2:39.4 6. Daniel SolÀ E Mitsubishi Lancer Wr04 2:34:23.0 12.0 2:51.4 7. Gianluigi Galli I Mitsubishi Lancer Wr04 2:34:55.5 32.5 3:23.9 8. Nicolas Vouilloz F Peugeot 206 WRC 2:35:08.3 12.8 3:36.7 9. Mikko Hirvonen FIN Subaru Impreza WRC2004 2:35:27.5 19.2 3:55.9 10. Toni Gardemeister FIN Skoda Fabia WRC 2:35:38.7 11.2 4:07.1 11. Armin Schwarz D Skoda Fabia WRC 2:35:50.8 12.1 4:19.2 12. Gilles Panizzi F Mitsubishi Lancer Wr04 2:36:51.0 1:00.2 5:19.4 13. Antony Warmbold D Ford Focus RS WRC02 2:37:59.4 1:08.4 6:27.8 14. Nicolas Bernardi F Renault Clio Super 1600 2:43:45.5 5:46.1 12:13.9 15. Giandomenico Basso I Fiat Punto S1600 2:43:49.8 4.3 12:18.2 16. Per-gunnar Andersson S Suzuki Ignis Super 1600 2:44:28.9 39.1 12:57.3 17. Guy Wilks GB Suzuki Ignis Super 1600 2:45:35.3 1:06.4 14:03.7 18. Jari-matti Latvala FIN Suzuki Ignis 2:46:09.9 34.6 14:38.3 19. Larry Cols B Renault Clio S1600 2:46:10.0 0.1 14:38.4 20. Eamonn Boland IRL Subaru Impreza 03 2:46:28.8 18.8 14:57.2 21. Kris Meeke GB Citroen C2 2:46:32.7 3.9 15:01.1 22. Mirco Baldacci RSM Suzuki Ignis Super 1600 2:47:06.1 33.4 15:34.5 23. Donie O'Sullivan IRL Ford Focus WRC 2:47:15.8 9.7 15:44.2 24. Kosti Katajamaki FIN Suzuki Ignis Super 1600 2:47:29.8 14.0 15:58.2 25. Alessandro Broccoli RSM Fiat Punto S 1600 2:47:46.8 17.0 16:15.2 26. Daniel Sordo E Citroen C2 S1600 2:48:11.3 24.5 16:39.7 27. Emmanuel Guigou F Renault Clio 2:48:44.6 33.3 17:13.0 28. Alan Scorcioni I Fiat Punto 2:50:00.8 1:16.2 18:29.2 29. Mattias Ekstrom S Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 2:50:25.9 25.1 18:54.3 30. Ricardo Trivino MEX Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 2:53:12.3 2:46.4 21:40.7 31. Luca Betti E Fiat Punto S1600 2:53:36.7 24.4 22:05.1 32. Eduard Fores E Seat Leon Cupra R 2:55:15.0 1:38.3 23:43.4 33. Joan Font E Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 2:55:17.9 2.9 23:46.3 34. Luca Tabaton I Fiat Punto S1600 2:55:52.4 34.5 24:20.8 35. Josep Basols E Seat Leon Cupra R 2:56:57.9 1:05.5 25:26.3 36. Conrad Rautenbach ZW Citroen Saxo S1600 3:01:05.9 4:08.0 29:34.3 37. Paddy White IRL Subaru S9 3:01:10.9 5.0 29:39.3 38. Enric Sans E Renault Clio RS 3:04:40.9 3:30.0 33:09.3 39. Takako Nakano J Volkswagen Polo 3:22:40.4 17:59.5 51:08.8 

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