Rallye Deutschland final standings

@>Cumulative results Pos Driver Nat Car Time Gap To 1st --- -------------------- ---- ------------------------ --------- ------- ------- 1. Sebastien Loeb F Citroen Xsara WRC ...

Rallye Deutschland final standings

@>Cumulative results

 Pos Driver Nat Car Time Gap To 1st --- -------------------- ---- ------------------------ --------- ------- ------- 1. Sebastien Loeb F Citroen Xsara WRC 3:46:50.4 2. Marcus Gronholm FIN Peugeot 206 WRC 3:46:54.0 3.6 3.6 3. Richard Burns GB Peugeot 206 WRC 3:47:10.1 16.1 19.7 4. Colin McRae GB Citroen Xsara WRC 3:47:21.8 11.7 31.4 5. Markko Martin EE Ford Focus RS WRC 03 3:47:48.3 26.5 57.9 6. Carlos Sainz E Citroen Xsara WRC 3:48:29.0 40.7 1:38.6 7. Francois Duval B Ford Focus RS WRC 03 3:48:38.5 9.5 1:48.1 8. Petter Solberg N Subaru Impreza WRC 2003 3:49:20.6 42.1 2:30.2 9. Cedric Robert F Peugeot 206 WRC 3:50:03.2 42.6 3:12.8 10. Gilles Panizzi F Peugeot 206 WRC 3:50:30.0 26.8 3:39.6 11. Freddy Loix B Hyundai Accent WRC3 3:51:46.0 1:16.0 4:55.6 12. Armin Schwarz D Hyundai Accent WRC3 3:54:05.6 2:19.6 7:15.2 13. Mikko Hirvonen FIN Ford Focus RS WRC 02 3:54:24.7 19.1 7:34.3 14. Kristian Sohlberg FIN Mitsubishi Lancer WRC 2 3:58:39.8 4:15.1 11:49.4 15. Matthias Kahle D Skoda Octavia WRC 3:59:22.3 42.5 12:31.9 16. Pieter Tsjoen B Toyota Corolla WRC 4:01:43.1 2:20.8 14:52.7 17. Jari-matti Latvala FIN Ford Focus RS WRC 02 4:01:49.0 5.9 14:58.6 18. Manfred Stohl A Hyundai Accent WRC3 4:02:58.3 1:09.3 16:07.9 19. Antony Warmbold D Ford Focus WRC 02 4:07:08.7 4:10.4 20:18.3 20. Jan Kopecky CZ Skoda Octavia WRC 4:10:44.8 3:36.1 23:54.4 21. Erik Wevers NL Toyota Corolla WRC 4:11:15.3 30.5 24:24.9 22. Daniel Sola E Mitsubishi Carisma Evo 4:11:45.9 30.6 24:55.5 23. Tibor Cserhalmi SK Ford Focus WRC 4:13:00.3 1:14.4 26:09.9 24. Martin Rowe GB Subaru Impreza WRX Sti 4:16:18.8 3:18.5 29:28.4 25. Sandro Wallenwein D Mitsubishi Carisma Evo 4:17:35.1 1:16.3 30:44.7 26. Janusz Kulig PL Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 4:18:33.3 58.2 31:42.9 27. Karamjit Singh MAL Proton Pert 4:20:53.5 2:20.2 34:03.1 28. Justin Dale GB Hyundai Accent WRC3 4:22:38.7 1:45.2 35:48.3 29. Stig Blomqvist S Subaru Impreza WRX Sti 4:23:23.3 44.6 36:32.9 30. Horacio Franco P Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 4:28:40.2 5:16.9 41:49.8 31. Chris Van Woensel B Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 4:28:55.2 15.0 42:04.8 32. Rainer Jostes D Citroen Saxo Super 1600 4:29:58.8 1:03.6 43:08.4 33. Michal Solowow PL Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 4:30:55.8 57.0 44:05.4 34. Ricardo Trivino MEX Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 4:31:18.2 22.4 44:27.8 35. Saulius Girdauskas LT Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 4:32:22.5 1:04.3 45:32.1 36. Titi Aur R Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 4:37:23.9 5:01.4 50:33.5 37. Dark Liebehenschel D Mitsubishi Carisma Evo 4:39:07.9 1:44.0 52:17.5 38. Stefano Marrini I Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 4:42:34.4 3:26.5 55:44.0 39. Riccardo Errani I Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 4:42:34.8 0.4 55:44.4 40. Markus Fahrner D Vw Polo Gti 16v 4:44:37.7 2:02.9 57:47.3 41. Matthias Prillwitz D Vw Polo Gti 16v 4:49:23.8 4:46.1 1:02:33 42. Yves Peeters B Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 4:54:43.0 5:19.2 1:07:52 43. Jürgen Hohlheimer D Fiat Seicento Sporting 4:56:05.3 1:22.3 1:09:14 44. Joachim Burgard D Vw Polo Gti 16v 5:03:32.4 7:27.1 1:16:42 

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