Rally Sweden: SS2 results

@>SS2 (Vargasen 1) results

Pos No. Class Driver Nat Car Time Gap To 1st Penalty ---- --- ----- -------------------- ----- ------------------------------ ---------- --------- --------- -------- 1. 6 M M. Шstberg N Ford Fiesta 14:41.9 2. 3 M M. Hirvonen FIN Ford Fiesta 14:42.9 1.0 1.0 3. 4 M J. Latvala FIN Ford Fiesta 14:57.2 14.3 15.3 4. 11 A1 P. Solberg N Citroen DS3 15:00.0 2.8 18.1 5. 2 M S. Ogier FRA Citroen DS3 15:18.1 18.1 36.2 6. 18 A2 P. Sandell S Skoda Fabia 15:19.6 1.5 37.7 7. 1 M S. Loeb FRA Citroen DS3 15:24.5 4.9 42.6 8. 5 M H. Solberg N Ford Fiesta 15:24.6 0.1 42.7 9. 20 A2 E. Brynildsen N Skoda Fabia 15:26.0 1.4 44.1 10. 19 A2 M. Prokop CZE Ford Fiesta 15:32.9 6.9 51.0 11. 9 M D. Kuipers NED Ford Fiesta 15:35.4 2.5 53.5 12. 10 A1 K. Al ARE Ford Fiesta 15:45.0 9.6 1:03.1 13. 8 M K. Raikkonen FIN Citroen DS3 15:47.6 2.6 1:05.7 14. 16 A1 P. Andersson S Ford Fiesta 15:48.0 0.4 1:06.1 15. 24 P A. GrШndal N Subaru Impreza 15:56.6 8.6 1:14.7 16. 26 P M. Semerad CZE Mitsubishi Lancer 16:04.8 8.2 1:22.9 17. 43 M K. Block USA Ford Fiesta 16:20.4 15.6 1:38.5 18. 15 A1 M. Wilson GBR Ford Fiesta 16:26.6 6.2 1:44.7 19. 33 P D. Tagirov RUS Subaru Impreza 16:31.8 5.2 1:49.9 20. 34 P Y. Protasov UKR Mitsubishi Lancer 16:35.7 3.9 1:53.8 21. 66 A5 M. Kangur EE Honda Civic 16:39.5 3.8 1:57.6 22. 56 A3 J. Salomaa FIN Mitsubishi Lancer 16:40.4 0.9 1:58.5 23. 64 A6 F. Ahlin S Ford Fiesta 16:49.2 8.8 2:07.3 24. 21 P P. Flodin S Subaru Impreza 16:53.7 4.5 2:11.8 25. 57 A3 R. Muhonen FIN Mitsubishi Lancer 17:00.3 6.6 2:18.4 26. 65 A8 L. Storm S Ford Fiesta 17:01.0 0.7 2:19.1 27. 60 A3 S. Karyakin RUS Subaru Impreza 17:06.7 5.7 2:24.8 28. 32 P V. Gorban UKR Mitsubishi Lancer 17:14.8 8.1 2:32.9 29. 25 P J. Ketomaki FIN Mitusbishi Lancer 17:19.7 4.9 2:37.8 30. 54 A3 R. Goransson S Mitsubishi Lancer 17:24.9 5.2 2:43.0 31. 61 A3 O. Ortfeldt S Mitsubishi Lancer 17:39.6 14.7 2:57.7 32. 63 A3 A. Villanueva ESP Mitsubishi Lancer 18:10.9 31.3 3:29.0 33. 23 P G. Linari ITA Subaru Impreza 18:10.9 0.0 3:29.0 34. 62 A3 J. Besson FRA Mitsubishi Lancer 18:41.6 30.7 3:59.7 35. 53 A2 A. Laivola FIN Peugeot 207 20:19.5 1:37.9 5:37.6 36. 31 P A. Kikireshko UKR Mitsubishi Lancer 20:56.6 37.1 6:14.7 37. 30 P O. Saliuk UKR Mitsubishi Lancer 21:17.9 21.3 6:36.0 38. 51 A2 C. Breen IRL Ford Fiesta 21:18.3 0.4 6:36.4 39. 35 P N. Fuchs PER Mitsubishi Lancer 21:18.8 0.5 6:36.9 40. 58 A3 J. Roman S Subaru Impreza 21:40.4 21.6 6:58.5 41. 17 A2 R. Kuipers NED Ford Fiesta 23:43.5 2:03.1 9:01.6 42. 29 P B. Al ARE Subaru Impreza 24:14.1 30.6 9:32.2 43. 59 A3 E. Boland IRL Mitsubishi Lancer 24:29.8 15.7 9:47.9 44. 28 P M. Al ARE Subaru Impreza 27:41.5 3:11.7 12:59.6

@>Standings at the end of stage:

Pos No. Class Driver Nat Car Time Gap To 1st Penalty ---- --- ----- -------------------- ----- ------------------------------ ---------- --------- --------- -------- 1. 6 M M. Шstberg N Ford Fiesta 16:23.2 2. 3 M M. Hirvonen FIN Ford Fiesta 16:23.6 0.4 0.4 3. 4 M J. Latvala FIN Ford Fiesta 16:37.5 13.9 14.3 4. 11 A1 P. Solberg N Citroen DS3 16:40.6 3.1 17.4 5. 2 M S. Ogier FRA Citroen DS3 17:00.1 19.5 36.9 6. 1 M S. Loeb FRA Citroen DS3 17:05.3 5.2 42.1 7. 18 A2 P. Sandell S Skoda Fabia 17:05.5 0.2 42.3 8. 20 A2 E. Brynildsen N Skoda Fabia 17:12.2 6.7 49.0 9. 5 M H. Solberg N Ford Fiesta 17:18.9 6.7 55.7 10. 9 M D. Kuipers NED Ford Fiesta 17:21.4 2.5 58.2 11. 19 A2 M. Prokop CZE Ford Fiesta 17:25.7 4.3 1:02.5 12. 16 A1 P. Andersson S Ford Fiesta 17:27.7 2.0 1:04.5 13. 8 M K. Raikkonen FIN Citroen DS3 17:33.4 5.7 1:10.2 14. 10 A1 K. Al ARE Ford Fiesta 17:36.1 2.7 1:12.9 15. 24 P A. GrШndal N Subaru Impreza 17:42.2 6.1 1:19.0 16. 26 P M. Semerad CZE Mitsubishi Lancer 17:54.1 11.9 1:30.9 17. 43 M K. Block USA Ford Fiesta 18:09.0 14.9 1:45.8 18. 15 A1 M. Wilson GBR Ford Fiesta 18:13.9 4.9 1:50.7 19. 34 P Y. Protasov UKR Mitsubishi Lancer 18:22.4 8.5 1:59.2 20. 33 P D. Tagirov RUS Subaru Impreza 18:22.8 0.4 1:59.6 21. 56 A3 J. Salomaa FIN Mitsubishi Lancer 18:29.5 6.7 2:06.3 22. 66 A5 M. Kangur EE Honda Civic 18:33.6 4.1 2:10.4 23. 21 P P. Flodin S Subaru Impreza 18:39.4 5.8 2:16.2 24. 64 A6 F. Ahlin S Ford Fiesta 18:50.6 11.2 2:27.4 25. 57 A3 R. Muhonen FIN Mitsubishi Lancer 18:53.7 3.1 2:30.5 26. 65 A8 L. Storm S Ford Fiesta 19:02.9 9.2 2:39.7 27. 60 A3 S. Karyakin RUS Subaru Impreza 19:04.1 1.2 2:40.9 28. 32 P V. Gorban UKR Mitsubishi Lancer 19:06.2 2.1 2:43.0 29. 25 P J. Ketomaki FIN Mitusbishi Lancer 19:07.1 0.9 2:43.9 30. 54 A3 R. Goransson S Mitsubishi Lancer 19:14.1 7.0 2:50.9 31. 61 A3 O. Ortfeldt S Mitsubishi Lancer 19:38.0 23.9 3:14.8 32. 63 A3 A. Villanueva ESP Mitsubishi Lancer 20:09.3 31.3 3:46.1 33. 62 A3 J. Besson FRA Mitsubishi Lancer 20:47.0 37.7 4:23.8 34. 53 A2 A. Laivola FIN Peugeot 207 22:06.5 1:19.5 5:43.3 35. 31 P A. Kikireshko UKR Mitsubishi Lancer 23:01.6 55.1 6:38.4 36. 51 A2 C. Breen IRL Ford Fiesta 23:04.2 2.6 6:41.0 37. 35 P N. Fuchs PER Mitsubishi Lancer 23:10.7 6.5 6:47.5 38. 58 A3 J. Roman S Subaru Impreza 23:35.7 25.0 7:12.5 39. 30 P O. Saliuk UKR Mitsubishi Lancer 24:13.3 37.6 7:50.1 40. 23 P G. Linari ITA Subaru Impreza 25:28.2 1:14.9 9:05.0 41. 17 A2 R. Kuipers NED Ford Fiesta 25:36.6 8.4 9:13.4 42. 29 P B. Al ARE Subaru Impreza 26:16.9 40.3 9:53.7 43. 59 A3 E. Boland IRL Mitsubishi Lancer 26:22.5 5.6 9:59.3 44. 28 P M. Al ARE Subaru Impreza 29:44.2 3:21.7 13:21.0

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