Swedish Rally standings after SS6

Standings after SS6 (Hagfors Sprint 1) Pos Driver Nat Car Time Gap To 1st --- -------------------- ---- ------------------------ --------- ------- ------- 1. Marcus Gronholm FIN Peugeot 206 WRC ...

Swedish Rally standings after SS6

Standings after SS6 (Hagfors Sprint 1)

 Pos Driver Nat Car Time Gap To 1st --- -------------------- ---- ------------------------ --------- ------- ------- 1. Marcus Gronholm FIN Peugeot 206 WRC 48:54.1 2. Tommi Makinen FIN Subaru Impreza WRC 2003 49:21.1 27.0 27.0 3. Richard Burns GB Peugeot 206 WRC 49:24.9 3.8 30.8 4. Harri Rovanpera FIN Peugeot 206 WRC 49:30.3 5.4 36.2 5. Juuso Pykalisto FIN Peugeot 206 WRC 49:53.4 23.1 59.3 6. Toni Gardemeister FIN Skoda Octavia WRC Evo 49:58.0 4.6 1:03.9 7. Markko Martin EE Ford Focus RS WRC 02 49:59.1 1.1 1:05.0 8. Petter Solberg N Subaru Impreza WRC 2003 50:03.5 4.4 1:09.4 9. Freddy Loix B Hyundai Accent WRC 3 50:03.9 0.4 1:09.8 10. Janne Tuohino FIN Ford Focus WRC 50:03.9 0.0 1:09.8 11. Kristian Sohlberg FIN Mitsubishi Lancer WRC 2 50:09.2 5.3 1:15.1 12. Carlos Sainz E Citroen Xsara 50:15.3 6.1 1:21.2 13. Colin McRae GB Citroen Xsara 50:24.2 8.9 1:30.1 14. Jussi Valimaki FIN Hyundai Accent WRC 3 50:27.1 2.9 1:33.0 15. Mikko Hirvonen FIN Ford Focus RS WRC 02 50:38.2 11.1 1:44.1 16. Armin Schwarz D Hyundai Accent WRC 3 50:40.0 1.8 1:45.9 17. Henning Solberg N Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 50:50.9 10.9 1:56.8 18. Sebastien Loeb F Citroen Xsara 50:52.2 1.3 1:58.1 19. Roman Kresta CZ Peugeot 206 WRC 50:56.4 4.2 2:02.3 20. Tomasz Kuchar PL Ford Focus RS WRC 02 51:02.4 6.0 2:08.3 21. Kristian Kolberg N Hyundai Accent WRC 51:13.3 10.9 2:19.2 22. Didier Auriol F Skoda Octavia WRC Evo 51:32.1 18.8 2:38.0 23. Tord Linnerud N Toyota Corolla WRC 53:10.7 1:38.6 4:16.6 24. Ioannis Papadimitrio GR Ford Focus WRC 53:15.0 4.3 4:20.9 25. Jari Viita FIN Ford Focus RS WRC 01 53:16.2 1.2 4:22.1 26. Stig-olov Walfridson S Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 53:16.7 0.5 4:22.6 27. Kenneth Backlund S Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 53:25.1 8.4 4:31.0 28. Gianluigi Galli I Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 53:35.9 10.8 4:41.8 29. Toshihiro Arai J Subaru Impreza WRX 53:41.3 5.4 4:47.2 30. Mattias Ekstrom S Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 53:47.6 6.3 4:53.5 31. Tobias Johansson S Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 53:54.0 6.4 4:59.9 32. Oscar Svedlund S Mitsubishilancer Evo 53:54.2 0.2 5:00.1 33. Jukka Ketomaki FIN Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 53:56.2 2.0 5:02.1 34. Juha Salo FIN Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 54:11.6 15.4 5:17.5 35. Jarkko Miettinen FIN Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 54:14.1 2.5 5:20.0 36. Stig Blomqvist S Subaru Impreza 54:14.5 0.4 5:20.4 37. Karamjit Singh MAL Proton Pert 54:31.3 16.8 5:37.2 38. Janusz Kulig PL Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 54:39.5 8.2 5:45.4 39. Krzysztof Holowczyc PL Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 54:40.7 1.2 5:46.6 40. Daniel SolÀ E Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 54:45.3 4.6 5:51.2 41. Martin Rowe GB Subaru Impreza 54:50.9 5.6 5:56.8 42. Possum Bourne NZ Subaru Impreza 54:53.8 2.9 5:59.7 43. Antony Warmbold D Ford Focus WRC 02 55:22.0 28.2 6:27.9 44. Thomas Schie N Toyota Corolla WRC 99 55:26.9 4.9 6:32.8 45. Josef Beres SK Toyota Corolla WRC 55:35.2 8.3 6:41.1 46. Lukasz Sztuka PL Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 56:00.8 25.6 7:06.7 47. Tony Rickardsson S Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 56:38.3 37.5 7:44.2 48. Bernard Munster B Subaru Impreza WRX 56:48.8 10.5 7:54.7 49. Lars Hollie N Subaru Impreza WRX 56:49.8 1.0 7:55.7 50. Joakim Roman S Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 57:01.5 11.7 8:07.4 51. Michal Solowow PL Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 57:21.5 20.0 8:27.4 52. Dany Snobeck F Subaru Impreza WRX Sti 57:35.5 14.0 8:41.4 53. Patrick Richard CDN Subaru Impreza 57:51.6 16.1 8:57.5 54. Bob Colsoul B Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 58:15.5 23.9 9:21.4 55. Anders Feldmann D Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 58:17.5 2.0 9:23.4 56. Luca Baldini I Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 58:31.6 14.1 9:37.5 57. Alfredo De Dominicis I Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 58:31.6 0.0 9:37.5 58. Pelle Palmqvist S Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 58:35.9 4.3 9:41.8 59. Herve Knapick F Mitsubishi Evo 58:41.3 5.4 9:47.2 60. Xavier Pons E Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 59:07.4 26.1 10:13.3 61. Luigi Ricci I Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 59:17.2 9.8 10:23.1 62. Fabio Frisiero I Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 59:32.1 14.9 10:38.0 63. Titi Aur R Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 59:33.4 1.3 10:39.3 64. Michael Wikstrom S Renault Clio Sport 59:44.9 11.5 10:50.8 65. Stanislav Griazine RUS Mitsubishi Lancer 1:00:26.6 41.7 11:32.5 66. Ricardo Trivino MEX Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 1:01:31.9 1:05.3 12:37.8 67. Francois Xavier Hera F Citroen Saxo VTS 1:03:08.4 1:36.5 14:14.3 68. Georgi Geradzhiev BG Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 1:03:32.7 24.3 14:38.6 69. Lasse Storm S Citroen Xsara 1:04:45.6 1:12.9 15:51.5 70. Jimmy Joge S Peugeot 306 1:11:44.9 6:59.3 22:50.8 

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