Rally Portugal SS16 results

@>SS16 (Felizes 2) results Pos No. Class Driver Nat Car Time Gap To 1st Penalty ---- --- ----- -------------------- ----- ------------------------------ ---------- --------- --------- ...

Rally Portugal SS16 results

@>SS16 (Felizes 2) results

Pos No. Class Driver Nat Car Time Gap To 1st Penalty ---- --- ----- -------------------- ----- ------------------------------ ---------- --------- --------- -------- 1. 1 A8 Sebastien Loeb FRA Citroen C4 13:37.1 2. 7 A8 Sebastien Ogier FRA Citroen C4 13:37.7 0.6 0.6 3. 3 A8 Mikko Hirvonen FIN Ford Focus 13:39.7 2.0 2.6 4. 2 A8 Dani Sordo ESP Citroen C4 13:41.0 1.3 3.9 5. 11 A8 Petter Solberg N Citroen C4 13:44.2 3.2 7.1 6. 12 A8 Mads Ostberg N Subaru Impreza 14:08.1 23.9 31.0 7. 9 A8 Federico Villagra ARG Ford Focus 14:15.6 7.5 38.5 8. 5 A8 Matthew Wilson GBR Ford Focus 14:17.4 1.8 40.3 9. 14 A8 Khalid Al Qassimi UAE Ford Focus 14:26.2 8.8 49.1 10. 22 N4 Nasser Al Attiyah QAT Ford Fiesta 14:35.2 9.0 58.1 11. 27 N4 Janne Tuohino FIN Ford Fiesta 14:57.1 21.9 1:20.0 12. 25 N4 Eyvind Brynildsen N Skoda Fabia 15:03.1 6.0 1:26.0 13. 8 A8 Kimi Raikkonen FIN Citroen C4 15:07.1 4.0 1:30.0 14. 23 N4 Michal Kosciuszko POL Skoda Fabia 15:09.5 2.4 1:32.4 15. 53 N4 Per Gunnar Andersson S Skoda Fabia 15:11.4 1.9 1:34.3 16. 65 A8 Laurent Carbonaro FRA Ford Focus 15:14.2 2.8 1:37.1 17. 29 N4 Jari Ketomaa FIN Ford Fiesta 15:15.0 0.8 1:37.9 18. 38 N4 Hayden Paddon NZ Mitsubishi Lancer 15:17.4 2.4 1:40.3 19. 60 N4 Dennis Kuipers NLD Ford Fiesta 15:23.2 5.8 1:46.1 20. 26 N4 Bernardo Sousa PRT Ford Fiesta 15:23.6 0.4 1:46.5 21. 31 N4 Armindo Araujo PRT Mitsubishi Lancer 15:25.5 1.9 1:48.4 22. 28 N4 Xavier Pons ESP Ford Fiesta 15:27.0 1.5 1:49.9 23. 63 A8 Frigyes Turan HUN Peugeot 307 15:30.8 3.8 1:53.7 24. 77 N4 Vitor Sa PRT Peugeot 207 15:38.7 7.9 2:01.6 25. 71 N4 Ricardo Moura PRT Mitsubishi Lancer 15:42.9 4.2 2:05.8 26. 76 N4 Pedro Peres PRT Mitsubishi Lancer 15:45.8 2.9 2:08.7 27. 39 N4 Alex Raschi RSM Mitsubishi Lancer 15:47.1 1.3 2:10.0 28. 49 N4 Vitor Pascoal PRT Peugeot 207 15:49.0 1.9 2:11.9 29. 131 A6 Yeray Lemes ESP Renault Clio 15:49.4 0.4 2:12.3 30. 64 A8 Rene Kuipers NLD Ford Focus 15:50.3 0.9 2:13.2 31. 121 A6 Aaron Burkart DEU Suzuki Swift 16:11.5 21.2 2:34.4 32. 122 A7 Kevin Abbring NLD Renault Clio 16:15.9 4.4 2:38.8 33. 73 N4 Pedro Meireles PRT Subaru Impreza 16:16.2 0.3 2:39.1 34. 36 N4 Nicholai Georgiou LBN Mitsubishi Lancer 16:24.3 8.1 2:47.2 35. 85 N4 Francesco Fanari ITA Subaru Impreza 16:26.6 2.3 2:49.5 36. 75 N4 Nuno Barroso Pereira PRT Subaru Impreza 16:28.4 1.8 2:51.3 37. 130 A6 Karl Kruuda EE Suzuki Swift 16:32.8 4.4 2:55.7 38. 37 N4 Peter Horsey EAK Mitsubishi Lancer 16:55.9 23.1 3:18.8 39. 30 N4 Albert Llovera ESP Fiat Abarth 17:12.1 16.2 3:35.0 40. 74 N4 Armindo Neves PRT Mitsubishi Lancer 17:16.6 4.5 3:39.5 41. 90 A6 Bader Al Jabri UAE Ford Fiesta 17:38.7 22.1 4:01.6 42. 124 A7 Egoi Valdes Lopez ESP Renault Clio 17:39.6 0.9 4:02.5 43. 95 A7 Carlos Oliveira PRT Renault Clio 17:39.9 0.3 4:02.8 44. 82 N4 João Traila PRT Mitsubishi Lancer 17:58.4 18.5 4:21.3 45. 98 N4 Flavio Castegnaro ITA Mitsubishi Lancer 18:02.3 3.9 4:25.2 46. 91 A6 Majed Al Shamsi UAE Ford Fiesta 18:05.6 3.3 4:28.5 47. 86 N4 Paulo Freire PRT Mitsubishi Lancer 18:10.5 4.9 4:33.4 48. 128 A6 Harry Hunt GBR Ford Fiesta 18:16.9 6.4 4:39.8 49. 79 A6 Paulo Neto PRT Citroen C2 18:18.3 1.4 4:41.2 50. 88 A6 Victor Henriksson S Ford Fiesta 18:21.8 3.5 4:44.7 51. 78 N4 João Ramos PRT Mitsubishi Lancer 18:24.5 2.7 4:47.4 52. 83 N4 Edith Weiss DEU Mitsubishi Lancer 19:03.7 39.2 5:26.6 53. 127 A7 Alessandro Broccoli SMR Renault Clio 19:19.2 15.5 5:42.1 54. 93 N4 Miguel Monteiro PRT Ford Fiesta 20:04.3 45.1 6:27.2

@>Standings at the end of stage:

Pos No. Class Driver Nat Car Time Gap To 1st Penalty ---- --- ----- -------------------- ----- ------------------------------ ---------- --------- --------- -------- 1. 7 A8 Sebastien Ogier FRA Citroen C4 3:33:35.1 2. 1 A8 Sebastien Loeb FRA Citroen C4 3:33:44.6 9.5 9.5 3. 2 A8 Dani Sordo ESP Citroen C4 3:34:52.8 1:08.2 1:17.7 4. 11 A8 Petter Solberg N Citroen C4 3:34:58.2 5.4 1:23.1 5. 3 A8 Mikko Hirvonen FIN Ford Focus 3:35:00.2 2.0 1:25.1 6. 5 A8 Matthew Wilson GBR Ford Focus 3:40:12.4 5:12.2 6:37.3 7. 12 A8 Mads Ostberg N Subaru Impreza 3:40:36.0 23.6 7:00.9 8. 9 A8 Federico Villagra ARG Ford Focus 3:43:35.8 2:59.8 10:00.7 9. 14 A8 Khalid Al Qassimi UAE Ford Focus 3:43:49.6 13.8 10:14.5 10. 8 A8 Kimi Raikkonen FIN Citroen C4 3:44:15.1 25.5 10:40.0 11. 29 N4 Jari Ketomaa FIN Ford Fiesta 3:48:07.0 3:51.9 14:31.9 12. 28 N4 Xavier Pons ESP Ford Fiesta 3:51:42.3 3:35.3 18:07.2 13. 23 N4 Michal Kosciuszko POL Skoda Fabia 3:53:28.5 1:46.2 19:53.4 14. 31 N4 Armindo Araujo PRT Mitsubishi Lancer 3:54:13.6 45.1 20:38.5 15. 26 N4 Bernardo Sousa PRT Ford Fiesta 3:56:29.8 2:16.2 22:54.7 16. 65 A8 Laurent Carbonaro FRA Ford Focus 4:03:45.8 7:16.0 30:10.7 17. 53 N4 Per Gunnar Andersson S Skoda Fabia 4:04:18.5 32.7 30:43.4 18. 76 N4 Pedro Peres PRT Mitsubishi Lancer 4:05:19.5 1:01.0 31:44.4 19. 122 A7 Kevin Abbring NLD Renault Clio 4:06:57.7 1:38.2 33:22.6 20. 60 N4 Dennis Kuipers NLD Ford Fiesta 4:07:16.2 18.5 33:41.1 21. 77 N4 Vitor Sa PRT Peugeot 207 4:07:38.3 22.1 34:03.2 22. 38 N4 Hayden Paddon NZ Mitsubishi Lancer 4:07:51.3 13.0 34:16.2 23. 49 N4 Vitor Pascoal PRT Peugeot 207 4:08:38.6 47.3 35:03.5 24. 63 A8 Frigyes Turan HUN Peugeot 307 4:09:10.2 31.6 35:35.1 25. 27 N4 Janne Tuohino FIN Ford Fiesta 4:11:12.4 2:02.2 37:37.3 26. 22 N4 Nasser Al Attiyah QAT Ford Fiesta 4:11:35.2 22.8 38:00.1 27. 85 N4 Francesco Fanari ITA Subaru Impreza 4:12:29.6 54.4 38:54.5 28. 130 A6 Karl Kruuda EE Suzuki Swift 4:12:39.3 9.7 39:04.2 29. 39 N4 Alex Raschi RSM Mitsubishi Lancer 4:16:19.5 3:40.2 42:44.4 30. 25 N4 Eyvind Brynildsen N Skoda Fabia 4:16:37.9 18.4 43:02.8 31. 64 A8 Rene Kuipers NLD Ford Focus 4:17:51.3 1:13.4 44:16.2 32. 121 A6 Aaron Burkart DEU Suzuki Swift 4:18:24.1 32.8 44:49.0 33. 36 N4 Nicholai Georgiou LBN Mitsubishi Lancer 4:18:40.1 16.0 45:05.0 34. 73 N4 Pedro Meireles PRT Subaru Impreza 4:22:23.9 3:43.8 48:48.8 35. 37 N4 Peter Horsey EAK Mitsubishi Lancer 4:23:14.2 50.3 49:39.1 36. 75 N4 Nuno Barroso Pereira PRT Subaru Impreza 4:23:17.5 3.3 49:42.4 37. 95 A7 Carlos Oliveira PRT Renault Clio 4:27:17.3 3:59.8 53:42.2 38. 74 N4 Armindo Neves PRT Mitsubishi Lancer 4:28:01.6 44.3 54:26.5 39. 71 N4 Ricardo Moura PRT Mitsubishi Lancer 4:29:07.5 1:05.9 55:32.4 40. 82 N4 João Traila PRT Mitsubishi Lancer 4:29:30.1 22.6 55:55.0 41. 131 A6 Yeray Lemes ESP Renault Clio 4:33:25.7 3:55.6 59:50.6 42. 30 N4 Albert Llovera ESP Fiat Abarth 4:35:04.0 1:38.3 1:01:28.9 43. 98 N4 Flavio Castegnaro ITA Mitsubishi Lancer 4:40:20.0 5:16.0 1:06:44.9 44. 127 A7 Alessandro Broccoli SMR Renault Clio 4:40:31.4 11.4 1:06:56.3 45. 86 N4 Paulo Freire PRT Mitsubishi Lancer 4:40:46.4 15.0 1:07:11.3 46. 78 N4 João Ramos PRT Mitsubishi Lancer 4:44:08.3 3:21.9 1:10:33.2 47. 91 A6 Majed Al Shamsi UAE Ford Fiesta 4:47:55.6 3:47.3 1:14:20.5 48. 90 A6 Bader Al Jabri UAE Ford Fiesta 4:51:47.2 3:51.6 1:18:12.1 49. 88 A6 Victor Henriksson S Ford Fiesta 4:52:21.0 33.8 1:18:45.9 50. 93 N4 Miguel Monteiro PRT Ford Fiesta 4:57:16.2 4:55.2 1:23:41.1 51. 83 N4 Edith Weiss DEU Mitsubishi Lancer 4:57:53.2 37.0 1:24:18.1 52. 79 A6 Paulo Neto PRT Citroen C2 5:00:33.4 2:40.2 1:26:58.3 53. 124 A7 Egoi Valdes Lopez ESP Renault Clio 5:03:13.9 2:40.5 1:29:38.8 54. 128 A6 Harry Hunt GBR Ford Fiesta 5:10:32.0 7:18.1 1:36:56.9

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