Rally Portugal SS17 results

@>SS17 (Loule 2) results Pos No. Class Driver Nat Car Time Gap To 1st Penalty ---- --- ----- -------------------- ----- ------------------------------ ---------- --------- --------- ...

Rally Portugal SS17 results

@>SS17 (Loule 2) results

Pos No. Class Driver Nat Car Time Gap To 1st Penalty ---- --- ----- -------------------- ----- ------------------------------ ---------- --------- --------- -------- 1. 1 A8 Sebastien Loeb FRA Citroen C4 15:27.3 2. 11 A8 Petter Solberg N Citroen C4 15:29.0 1.7 1.7 3. 7 A8 Sebastien Ogier FRA Citroen C4 15:29.1 0.1 1.8 4. 2 A8 Dani Sordo ESP Citroen C4 15:29.8 0.7 2.5 5. 3 A8 Mikko Hirvonen FIN Ford Focus 15:35.4 5.6 8.1 6. 12 A8 Mads Ostberg N Subaru Impreza 15:54.6 19.2 27.3 7. 5 A8 Matthew Wilson GBR Ford Focus 16:03.2 8.6 35.9 8. 9 A8 Federico Villagra ARG Ford Focus 16:06.5 3.3 39.2 9. 14 A8 Khalid Al Qassimi UAE Ford Focus 16:10.5 4.0 43.2 10. 22 N4 Nasser Al Attiyah QAT Ford Fiesta 16:24.2 13.7 56.9 11. 8 A8 Kimi Raikkonen FIN Citroen C4 16:24.3 0.1 57.0 12. 63 A8 Frigyes Turan HUN Peugeot 307 16:42.6 18.3 1:15.3 13. 53 N4 Per Gunnar Andersson S Skoda Fabia 16:44.2 1.6 1:16.9 14. 65 A8 Laurent Carbonaro FRA Ford Focus 16:54.2 10.0 1:26.9 15. 25 N4 Eyvind Brynildsen N Skoda Fabia 16:57.4 3.2 1:30.1 16. 28 N4 Xavier Pons ESP Ford Fiesta 17:03.6 6.2 1:36.3 17. 60 N4 Dennis Kuipers NLD Ford Fiesta 17:07.2 3.6 1:39.9 18. 29 N4 Jari Ketomaa FIN Ford Fiesta 17:08.0 0.8 1:40.7 19. 23 N4 Michal Kosciuszko POL Skoda Fabia 17:11.6 3.6 1:44.3 20. 38 N4 Hayden Paddon NZ Mitsubishi Lancer 17:15.0 3.4 1:47.7 21. 31 N4 Armindo Araujo PRT Mitsubishi Lancer 17:21.7 6.7 1:54.4 22. 131 A6 Yeray Lemes ESP Renault Clio 17:27.7 6.0 2:00.4 23. 76 N4 Pedro Peres PRT Mitsubishi Lancer 17:31.5 3.8 2:04.2 24. 39 N4 Alex Raschi RSM Mitsubishi Lancer 17:32.9 1.4 2:05.6 25. 77 N4 Vitor Sa PRT Peugeot 207 17:33.9 1.0 2:06.6 26. 64 A8 Rene Kuipers NLD Ford Focus 17:38.1 4.2 2:10.8 27. 49 N4 Vitor Pascoal PRT Peugeot 207 17:52.9 14.8 2:25.6 28. 26 N4 Bernardo Sousa PRT Ford Fiesta 18:04.9 12.0 2:37.6 29. 121 A6 Aaron Burkart DEU Suzuki Swift 18:05.5 0.6 2:38.2 30. 122 A7 Kevin Abbring NLD Renault Clio 18:15.7 10.2 2:48.4 31. 130 A6 Karl Kruuda EE Suzuki Swift 18:21.7 6.0 2:54.4 32. 85 N4 Francesco Fanari ITA Subaru Impreza 18:22.3 0.6 2:55.0 33. 36 N4 Nicholai Georgiou LBN Mitsubishi Lancer 18:32.4 10.1 3:05.1 34. 37 N4 Peter Horsey EAK Mitsubishi Lancer 18:51.9 19.5 3:24.6 35. 27 N4 Janne Tuohino FIN Ford Fiesta 21:53.8 3:01.9 6:26.5

@>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 3:49:04.2 2. 1 A8 Sebastien Loeb FRA Citroen C4 3:49:11.9 7.7 7.7 3. 2 A8 Dani Sordo ESP Citroen C4 3:50:22.6 1:10.7 1:18.4 4. 11 A8 Petter Solberg N Citroen C4 3:50:27.2 4.6 1:23.0 5. 3 A8 Mikko Hirvonen FIN Ford Focus 3:50:35.6 8.4 1:31.4 6. 5 A8 Matthew Wilson GBR Ford Focus 3:56:15.6 5:40.0 7:11.4 7. 12 A8 Mads Ostberg N Subaru Impreza 3:56:30.6 15.0 7:26.4 8. 9 A8 Federico Villagra ARG Ford Focus 3:59:42.3 3:11.7 10:38.1 9. 14 A8 Khalid Al Qassimi UAE Ford Focus 4:00:00.1 17.8 10:55.9 10. 8 A8 Kimi Raikkonen FIN Citroen C4 4:00:39.4 39.3 11:35.2 11. 29 N4 Jari Ketomaa FIN Ford Fiesta 4:05:15.0 4:35.6 16:10.8 12. 28 N4 Xavier Pons ESP Ford Fiesta 4:08:45.9 3:30.9 19:41.7 13. 23 N4 Michal Kosciuszko POL Skoda Fabia 4:10:40.1 1:54.2 21:35.9 14. 31 N4 Armindo Araujo PRT Mitsubishi Lancer 4:11:35.3 55.2 22:31.1 15. 26 N4 Bernardo Sousa PRT Ford Fiesta 4:14:34.7 2:59.4 25:30.5 16. 65 A8 Laurent Carbonaro FRA Ford Focus 4:20:40.0 6:05.3 31:35.8 17. 53 N4 Per Gunnar Andersson S Skoda Fabia 4:21:02.7 22.7 31:58.5 18. 76 N4 Pedro Peres PRT Mitsubishi Lancer 4:22:51.0 1:48.3 33:46.8 19. 60 N4 Dennis Kuipers NLD Ford Fiesta 4:24:23.4 1:32.4 35:19.2 20. 38 N4 Hayden Paddon NZ Mitsubishi Lancer 4:25:06.3 42.9 36:02.1 21. 77 N4 Vitor Sa PRT Peugeot 207 4:25:12.2 5.9 36:08.0 22. 122 A7 Kevin Abbring NLD Renault Clio 4:25:13.4 1.2 36:09.2 23. 63 A8 Frigyes Turan HUN Peugeot 307 4:25:52.8 39.4 36:48.6 24. 49 N4 Vitor Pascoal PRT Peugeot 207 4:26:31.5 38.7 37:27.3 25. 22 N4 Nasser Al Attiyah QAT Ford Fiesta 4:27:59.4 1:27.9 38:55.2 26. 85 N4 Francesco Fanari ITA Subaru Impreza 4:30:51.9 2:52.5 41:47.7 27. 130 A6 Karl Kruuda EE Suzuki Swift 4:31:01.0 9.1 41:56.8 28. 27 N4 Janne Tuohino FIN Ford Fiesta 4:33:06.2 2:05.2 44:02.0 29. 25 N4 Eyvind Brynildsen N Skoda Fabia 4:33:35.3 29.1 44:31.1 30. 39 N4 Alex Raschi RSM Mitsubishi Lancer 4:33:52.4 17.1 44:48.2 31. 64 A8 Rene Kuipers NLD Ford Focus 4:35:29.4 1:37.0 46:25.2 32. 121 A6 Aaron Burkart DEU Suzuki Swift 4:36:29.6 1:00.2 47:25.4 33. 36 N4 Nicholai Georgiou LBN Mitsubishi Lancer 4:37:12.5 42.9 48:08.3 34. 37 N4 Peter Horsey EAK Mitsubishi Lancer 4:42:06.1 4:53.6 53:01.9 35. 131 A6 Yeray Lemes ESP Renault Clio 4:50:53.4 8:47.3 1:01:49.2

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