Results taken from: http://www.racc.es/rallye/online/result.html

1 - Makinen        4:08:46        Mitsubishi        A
2 - Liatti        +7        Subaru                WRC
3 - Panizzi        +3:09        Peugeot                F2
4 - McRae        +3:34        Subaru                WRC
5 - Medeghini        +5:05        Subaru                A
6 - Delecour        +5:04        Peugeot                F2        (+40' penalty ? out ?)
7 - Madeira        +6:26        Subaru                A
8 - Azcona        +7:4        Peugeot                F2
9 - Nittel        +8:39        Mitsubishi        A
10 - Sperrer        +9:46        Renault                F2
11 - Sainz        +9:57        Ford                WRC
12 - Sufan         +16:32        Toyota                A
13 - Alonso         +21:39        Ford                F2 ?
14 - Trelles         +22:29        Mitsubishi        N
15 - Fuster         +28:12        Peugeot        106 Mx        F2

Delecour had a problem after the end of the 16th stage, and it seems that he was penalized in 40 minutes (20 minutes delay reaching the control) and so, he is out due to too much delay. But he is still listed in the results sheets. He completed the last stage.

Sainz seems to have had a problem in the last stage. He lost 3 minutes.

-=- Times below are from the 17th stage -=- 11 - Martinez +8:32 Renault F2

Martinez seems to have retired on the last stage.

Fastest drivers:

Stage        Driver(s)
1        Delecour/Panizzi
2        Panizzi
3        Makinen/Liatti/Panizzi
4        Panizzi
5        Delecour
6        Liatti
7        Makinen
8        Panizzi
9        Panizzi/Delecour
10        Makinen/Delecour
11        Sainz
12        Liatti
13        McRae
14        McRae
15        McRae
16        Makinen
17        Liatti/McRae/Delecour
18        Makinen

Totals Panizzi 6 Delecour 5 Makinen 5 Liatti 4 McRae 4 Sainz 1

I think the main conclusion from this rally is that it is possible for a F2 car to beat the WRCs in the asphalt, and I hope Peugeot will try again in Corsega.

-- http://www.mat.uc.pt/~rps/rally/ an ex-tifoso since 95/11/13

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