Rally Deutschland SS19 results

@>SS19 (Circus Maximus Trier) results Pos No. Class Driver Nat Car Time Gap To 1st Penalty ---- --- ----- -------------------- ----- ------------------------------ ---------- --------- ...

Rally Deutschland SS19 results

@>SS19 (Circus Maximus Trier) results

 Pos No. Class Driver Nat Car Time Gap To 1st Penalty ---- --- ----- -------------------- ----- ------------------------------ ---------- --------- --------- -------- 1. 8 M K. Raikkonen FIN CitroËn C4 3:13.9 2. 5 M M. Wilson GBR Ford Focus 3:15.7 1.8 1.8 3. 7 M S. Ogier FRA CitroËn C4 3:16.8 1.1 2.9 4. 4 M J. Latvala FIN Ford Focus 3:17.3 0.5 3.4 5. 1 M S. Loeb FRA CitroËn C4 3:19.2 1.9 5.3 6. 2 M D. Sordo ESP CitroËn C4 3:19.9 0.7 6.0 7. 16 A8 B. Ten NLD Ford Focus 3:21.3 1.4 7.4 8. 15 A8 M. Van NLD Subaru Impreza 3:21.5 0.2 7.6 9. 14 A8 K. Al UAE Ford Focus 3:22.9 1.4 9.0 10. 24 S P. Sandell S Skoda Fabia 3:24.8 1.9 10.9 11. 62 A8 E. Wevers NLD Skoda Fabia 3:25.8 1.0 11.9 12. 21 S M. Prokop CZE Ford Fiesta 3:26.2 0.4 12.3 13. 63 A8 B. De NLD Mitsubishi Lancer 3:26.7 0.5 12.8 14. 53 S P. Andersson S Skoda Fabia 3:26.7 0.0 12.8 15. 17 N4 H. Solberg N Ford Fiesta 3:27.0 0.3 13.1 16. 18 N4 M. Ostberg N Ford Fiesta 3:27.1 0.1 13.2 17. 64 A8 G. Huzink NLD Subaru Impreza 3:27.4 0.3 13.5 18. 65 A8 R. Kuipers NLD Subaru Impreza 3:27.7 0.3 13.8 19. 25 S E. Brynildsen N Skoda Fabia 3:28.3 0.6 14.4 20. 23 S M. Kosciuszko POL Skoda Fabia 3:29.3 1.0 15.4 21. 68 A8 E. Schilt NLD Subaru Impreza 3:30.6 1.3 16.7 22. 61 N4 F. Wittmann AUT Peugeot 207 3:31.6 1.0 17.7 23. 26 S B. Sousa PRT Ford Fiesta 3:32.6 1.0 18.7 24. 28 S X. Pons ESP Ford Fiesta 3:32.6 0.0 18.7 25. 19 N4 D. Kuipers NLD Ford Fiesta 3:32.7 0.1 18.8 26. 123 J H. Weijs NLD Citroen C2 3:34.2 1.5 20.3 27. 31 P A. Araujo PRT Mitsubishi Lancer 3:35.1 0.9 21.2 28. 32 P T. Arai JPN Subaru Impreza 3:35.8 0.7 21.9 29. 38 P H. Paddon NZL Mitsubishi Lancer 3:36.4 0.6 22.5 30. 130 J K. Kruuda EE Suzuki Swift 3:36.6 0.2 22.7 31. 126 J T. Slavov BGR Renault Clio 3:37.1 0.5 23.2 32. 30 S A. Llovera AND Fiat Punto 3:37.3 0.2 23.4 33. 121 J A. Burkart DEU Suzuki Swift 3:37.6 0.3 23.7 34. 40 P O. Tanak EE Mitsubishi Lancer 3:38.5 0.9 24.6 35. 66 A8 H. Vossen NLD Mitsubishi Lancer 3:38.7 0.2 24.8 36. 131 J Y. Lemes ESP Renault Clio 3:40.0 1.3 26.1 37. 71 N4 T. Erdi HUN Mitsubishi Lancer 3:40.2 0.2 26.3 38. 49 P H. Gassner DEU Mitsubishi Lancer 3:40.3 0.1 26.4 39. 37 P P. Horsey KEN Mitsubishi Lancer 3:41.8 1.5 27.9 40. 36 P N. Georgiou GBR Mitsubishi Lancer 3:42.2 0.4 28.3 41. 124 J E. Valdes ESP Renault Clio 3:43.0 0.8 29.1 42. 47 P N. Barroso PRT Subaru Impreza 3:46.4 3.4 32.5 43. 72 N4 T. Kurka CZE Mitsubishi Lancer 3:46.7 0.3 32.8 44. 84 A7 S. Schwinn DEU Peugeot 207 3:47.9 1.2 34.0 45. 48 P P. Flodin S Subaru Impreza 3:48.3 0.4 34.4 46. 149 J C. Riedemann DEU Ford Fiesta 3:50.0 1.7 36.1 47. 75 N4 M. Liska CZE Mitsubishi Lancer 3:53.4 3.4 39.5 48. 80 A6 M. Al UAE Ford Fiesta 3:55.2 1.8 41.3 49. 86 N4 H. Van NLD Seat Leon 3:56.5 1.3 42.6 50. 90 A5 J. Hohlheimer DEU Fiat Seicento 3:57.0 0.5 43.1 51. 79 A6 B. Al UAE Ford Fiesta 3:58.3 1.3 44.4 52. 81 A6 K. Al UAE Ford Fiesta 3:58.3 0.0 44.4 53. 87 N4 J. Wecker DEU Opel Astra 4:05.6 7.3 51.7 54. 89 N4 W. Ehlhardt DEU Opel Astra 4:07.5 1.9 53.6 55. 11 A8 P. Solberg N CitroËn C4 4:44.1 36.6 1:30.2 

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