Final World Rally Ranking 2013

The Rally Driver No. 1 is Sebastien Ogier and the Rally Codriver No. 1 is Julien Ingrassia.

Final World Rally Ranking 2013

Sébastien OGIER is without question the number 1 of international rallying, as confirmed by the 2013 WRR (World Rally Ranking) promoted by the IRDA (International Rally Drivers Association), the first place is always occupied by the French driver, in second place the Belgian Thierry Neuville, the podium is completed by Finnish Jari-Matti Latvala.

These three drivers are followed by 935 rally drivers from the 5 continents and 75 countries in the world, after the running all international rallies in the FIA calendar 2013, have scored the necessary results to enter the World Rally Ranking. This is the final standing of the new IRDA ranking for the first 15 positions:

Position Driver Name Nationality Points
1 Sebastien Ogier France 7005
2 Thierry Neuville Belgium 5655
3 Jari-Matti Latvala Finland 5385
4 Mads Ostberg Norway 5130
5 Jan Kopecky Czech Republic 4966
6 Mikko Hirvonen Finland 4860
7 Daniel Sordo Castillo Spain 4515
8 Evgeny Novikov Russia 4035
9 Abdulaziz Al Kuwari Qatar 3915
10 Martin Prokop Czech Republic 3750
11 Nasser Al Attiyah Qatar 3699
12 Bryan Bouffier France 3211
13 Craig Breen Ireland 3206
14 Khalid Al Qassimi United Arab Emirates 2844
15 Andreas Mikkelsen Norway 2730

Julien INGRASSIA is the number 1 codriver of international rallying, the first place is always occupied by the French codriver, in second place the Belgian Nicolas Gilsoul, the podium is completed by Finnish Miikka Anttila. These three codrivers are followed by 964 rally codrivers from the 5 continents and 78 countries in the world, after the running all international rallies in the FIA calendar 2013, have scored the necessary results to enter the World Rally Ranking. This is the final standing of the new IRDA ranking for the first 15 positions:

Position Codriver Name Nationality Points
1 Julien Ingrassia France 7005
2 Nicolas Gilsoul Belgium 5655
3 Miikka Anttila Finland 5385
4 Jonas Andersson Sweden 5130
5 Pavel Dresler Czech Republic 4966
6 Jarmo Lehtinen Finland 4860
7 Carlos Del Barrio Spain 4515
8 Giovanni Bernacchini Poland 4164
9 Ilka Minor-Petrasko Austria 4035
10 Michael Ernst Czech Republic 3750
11 Kiljan Duffy Ireland 3150
12 Maciej Baran Poland 2898
13 Scott Martin Great Britain 2844
14 Paul Nagle Ireland 2669
15 Janne Ferm Finland 2539

To be able to see all the ranking standings, drivers, codrivers, manufacturers, car models and nations, please visit the www . worldrallyranking . com website, and insert your e-mail address in the form. You will immediately receive the password to access all the data and the various ranking standings.

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