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Monte Carlo final standings

http://www.acm.mc/rallye_news/index.html Classification (final): pos. Numb. Driver Brand time gap to leader 1 4 LIATTI SUBARU 4.26.58 0.00 2 5 SAINZ ...

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Classification (final):

pos. Numb. Driver Brand time gap to leader

1 4 LIATTI SUBARU 4.26.58 0.00 2 5 SAINZ FORD 4.27.53 0.55 3 1 MAKINEN MITSU 4.29.29 2.31 4 6 SCHWARZ FORD 4.32.03 5.05 5 2 NITTEL MITSU 4.42.42 15.44 6 15 LUNDGAARD TOYOTA 4.45.26 18.28

7 10 BURRI SUBARU 4.45.35 18.37 8 9 HOLDERIED TOYOTA 4.50.39 23.41 9 23 TRELLES MITSU 4.51.59 25.01 10 25 KREMER MITSU 4.52.51 25.53 11 20 TRINER SKODA 4.53.41 26.43 12 21 SIBERA SKODA 4.54.03 27.05 13 24 STOHL MITSU 5.54.17 27.19 14 18 ROVANPERA SEAT 4.54.22 27.24 15 17 GOMEZ SEAT 5.03.10 36.12 16 8 LOIX TOYOTA 5.08.52 41.54 17 22 GASSNER PROTON 5.27.11 1.00.13

Retired drivers: 6 11 DEPPING FORD 3.19.02 9.45 (retired after ES 13) 15 16 BARONI FORD 3.30.11 20.54 (retired in ES 13) 17 12 PONCE TOYOTA 3.32.07 22.50 (retired in ES 13) 5 7 AURIOL FORD 2.32.27 4.33 (retired after ES 10 ?) 20 19 NARISHKINE VW 3.04.25 36.06 (retired after ES 9) 21 3 McRAE SUBARU 1.39.21 26.26 (retired after ES 7)

Main incidents: - Makinen crashed in the ES 15 damaging his car and giving up in the fight for the victory. - Baroni and Ponce crashed in the same place in the ES 13. Ponce fell on top of Baroni's car. - I don't know what happened to Auriol. - Loix and McRae crashed in the ES 7. Loix damaged his gearbox (lost reverse) but was able to continue although very delayed. McRae had to retire.

Scratchs: ES Driver ES Driver ES Driver 1 Loix 7 Liatti 13 Liatti 2 Sainz 8 Schwarz 14 Makinen 3 Makinen 9 Liatti 15 Liatti 4 Liatti 10 Makinen 16 Liatti 5 Loix 11 Liatti 17 Liatti 6 Liatti 12 Makinen 18 Schwarz

Driver Number of scratchs Liatti 9 Makinen 4 Loix 2 Schwarz 2 Sainz 1

Liatti had a great rally. The next one is Sweden. All 3 constructors involved were competitive (in the case of Mitsubishi, without a WRC).

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

.pt is Portugal| `Whom the gods love die young'-Menander (342-292 BC) Europe | Villeneuve 50-82, Toivonen 56-86, Senna 60-94

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