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 Rally Sweden – Day Three Report
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Fri, 23 Feb 2018 - Kiwi co-driver to join Subaru Australia for Australian Rally Championship

Top New Zealand co-driver Malcolm Read will head across the Tasman, joining Subaru do Motorsport, for the 2018 CAMS Australian Rally Championship with 2016 victor Molly Taylor.

Christchurch-based Read (29) will be the first Kiwi since the late Possum Bourne, who won the Australian Rally Championship seven times consecutively from 1996 to 2002. Five of the titles, were achieved with Bourne’s fellow New Zealander, Craig Vincent, in the co-driver’s seat.

Subaru Australia will again compete with an All-Wheel Drive Production Rally Car (PRC) class WRX STi, prepared by Les Walkden Rallying (LWR) over the expanded six-round ...    more...

Tue, 20 Feb 2018 - Huge learning as Holder and Farmer successfully finish Rally Sweden

A baptism by snow bank describes Dave Holder and Jason Farmer’s debut in the FIA Junior World Rally Championship at Rally Sweden.

The New Zealanders, from Mount Maunganui and Hamilton respectively, finished the high speed, winter rally and thus achieved their primary goal. To finish ninth among the 13-strong JWRC field, all in identical Ford Fiesta R2 EcoBoost rally cars, was a respectable achievement although Holder is the first to admit the pace of the front-running JWRC competitors was very different to his own.

There were challenges aplenty, especially the snow banks, for ...    more...

Mon, 19 Feb 2018 - Top five finish in Sweden for Paddon

Kiwi rally driver Hayden Paddon got his 2018 FIA World Rally Championship season underway with a strong top five finish with co-driver Seb Marshall at Rally Sweden, which wrapped up on Sunday 18 February (European time).

The pair held fourth place overall for most of the second and final days of action on the WRC’s only snow rally in their Hyundai i20 Coupe WRC. However an error, described by Paddon as annoying, on the rally’s 19th and final stage, combined with the pace of fifth-placed Esapekka Lappi meant Lappi took fourth in the final rally ...    more...

Mon, 19 Feb 2018 - Rally Sweden – Day Three Report
Hyundai Motorsport has secured its maiden win of the 2018 FIA World Rally Championship (WRC) with a confident victory in Rally Sweden
Thierry Neuville won the rally by 19.8-seconds with fellow Hyundai Motorsport driver Andreas Mikkelsen taking his first podium for the team in third. Hayden Paddon finished fifth
Hyundai Motorsport leads the Manufacturers’ Championship with 54 points, while Neuville tops the drivers’ standings on 41.    more...
Sun, 18 Feb 2018 - Rally Sweden – Day Two Report
Hyundai Motorsport has extended its lead of Rally Sweden to 22.7-seconds with all three Hyundai i20 Coupe WRC cars still inside the top-four overall
Thierry Neuville scored four stage wins on Saturday to build a buffer to his nearest rival, Craig Breen, as he chases his first victory of 2018
Andreas Mikkelsen still has his sights set on the podium, just 9.3s behind Breen, and ahead of Hayden Paddon in fourth place.    more...
Sat, 17 Feb 2018 - Rally Sweden – Day One Report
Hyundai Motorsport has ended the first full day of action at Rally Sweden, the second round of the 2018 FIA World Rally Championship, holding an encouraging 1-2-3 overall
Thierry Neuville leads the classification by 4.9 seconds from Andreas Mikkelsen in second with Hayden Paddon in third, just 12.1s from his team-mate’s lead
All three Hyundai Shell Mobis World Rally Team crews secured stage wins on Friday, and ended the day with a 1-2-3 in the final stage.    more...
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PosDriverTotal 
1BelgiumThierry NEUVILLE2:52:13.1
2IrelandCraig BREEN+19.8
3NorwayAndreas MIKKELSEN+28.3
4FinlandEsapekka LAPPI+45.9
5New ZealandHayden PADDON+54.4
6NorwayMads OSTBERG+1:15.3
7FinlandJari-Matti LATVALA+2:04.9
8FinlandTeemu SUNINEN+2:52.2
9EstoniaOtt TANAK+3:44.4
10FranceSébastien OGIER+8:45.4
11JapanTakamoto KATSUTA+9:14.4
12SwedenPontus TIDEMAND+9:18.9
13NorwayOle Christian VEIBY+9:44.9
14United KingdomElfyn EVANS+9:47.4
15SwedenMattias ADIELSSON+11:03.7
16FinlandJanne TUOHINO+11:44.3
17SwedenJohan KRISTOFFERSSON+14:15.6
18FinlandJari HUTTUNEN+14:16.5
19NorwayHenning SOLBERG+16:38.5
20JapanHiroki ARAI+16:54.6
21SwedenMattias JIRVELIUS+18:19.1
22SpainNil SOLANS+23:10.5
23SwedenDennis RÅDSTRÖM+24:12.9
24SwedenEmil BERGKVIST+24:20.2
25SwedenJohnny ANDERSSON+25:14.5
26SwedenKjell SANDBERG+28:24.5
27GermanyJulius TANNERT+28:58.0
28SwedenLars STUGEMO+29:04.7
29SwedenAnders KARLSSON+29:07.0
30FranceTerry FOLB+29:55.8
31IrelandCallum DEVINE+30:40.8
32FranceJean-Baptiste FRANCESCHI+30:50.8
33UkraineYurii PROTASOV+31:37.3
34ItalyTamara MOLINARO+33:16.1
35SwedenJoakim ROMAN+35:35.5
36LithuaniaDeividas JOCIUS+37:39.1
37NorwayChristian August SELMER+37:43.8
38FinlandTaisko LARIO+37:52.9
39ItalyLuca HOELBLING+38:18.7
40ChileEmilio FERNÀNDEZ PIRAINO+39:15.0
41ItalyLuca BOTTARELLI+39:56.8
42SwedenFredrik ALSDAL+39:59.1
43PolandLukasz PIENIAZEK+43:15.1
44New ZealandDavid HOLDER+43:29.6
45FinlandJarmo BERG+44:26.8
46SwedenJohan HOLMBERG+53:32.7
47SwedenJonna Eson BRÅDHE+58:26.4
48FinlandJarkko NIKARA+59:03.2
49ItalyUmberto SCANDOLA+1:10:21.9
50United KingdomTom WILLIAMS+1:12:58.1
51SwedenSune LARSSON+1:13:10.1
52ItalyGianluca LINARI+1:13:33.3
53FranceTheo CHALAL+1:18:13.1
54EstoniaKen TORN+1:20:05.3
55SwedenHeidi RYRLÈN+1:23:01.8
56SwedenJohachim CARLSTRÔM+1:28:38.9
57SwedenRobert BLOMBERG+1:30:28.7
58ItalyGiacomo FRISERO+1:40:04.4
59United KingdomKris MEEKE+30:11.3
60Saudi ArabiaYazeed AL RAJHI+1:18:48.7
PosDriverTotal 
1FranceSébastien Ogier4:18:55.5
2EstoniaOtt Tänak+58.3
3FinlandJari-Matti Latvala+1:52.0
4United KingdomKris Meeke+4:43.1
5BelgiumThierry Neuville+4:53.8
6United KingdomElfyn Evans+4:54.8
7FinlandEsapekka Lappi+4:57.5
8FranceBryan Bouffier+7:39.5
9IrelandCraig Breen+9:06.7
10Czech RepublicJan Kopecký+16:43.0
11FinlandKalle Rovanperä+21:58.3
12SwitzerlandOlivier Burri+30:11.9
13NorwayAndreas Mikkelsen+36:52.6
14ItalyEddie Sciessere+39:30.7
15FranceYoann Bonato+43:09.1
16ItalyManuel Villa+45:24.4
17FranceNicolas Latil+49:59.3
18FinlandTeemu Suninen+50:14.1
19BelgiumGuillaume de Mevius+50:29.1
20ItalyEnrico Brazzoli+1:03:07.5
21IrelandEamonn Boland+1:04:52.5
22FranceLaurent Scherrer+1:06:52.8
23LithuaniaDeividas Jocius+1:07:19.3
24FranceStéphane Métiffiot+1:10:42.5
25FranceSébastien Capanna+1:10:48.7
26FrancePhilippe Rageau+1:12:52.3
27BelgiumAmaury Molle+1:17:31.2
28GreeceNikos Pavlidis+1:19:21.3
29FranceFrédéric Fortunato+1:19:36.4
30FranceRomain Fostier+1:20:12.3
31NetherlandsHenk Vossen+1:22:22.7
32FranceLaure Jaussaud+1:27:52.3
33United States of AmericaEnda McCormack+1:31:46.9
34FinlandTaisko Lario+1:36:04.7
35FrancePhilippe Baffoun+1:36:34.5
36FranceChristophe Berard+1:37:27.1
37CanadaJason Bailey+1:38:30.4
38FranceThierry Tondut+1:40:07.9
39FranceAlain Mari+1:40:52.6
40FranceHugues Chareyre+1:42:30.4
41FrancePhilippe Chevallard+1:43:45.2
42FranceLilian Vialle+1:48:15.8
43ItalyCarlo Covi+1:50:21.5
44FranceRichard Desbordes+2:06:13.0
45FranceEric Martini+2:07:56.7
46FranceJonathan Villy+2:19:57.7
47ItalyAndrea Coti Zelati+2:21:55.3
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