Rallye Sanremo SS2 results

SS2 (Passo Drego 1) results Pos Driver Nat Car Time Gap To 1st --- -------------------- ---- ------------------------ --------- ------- ------- 1. Gilles Panizzi F Peugeot 206 WRC ...

Rallye Sanremo SS2 results

SS2 (Passo Drego 1) results

 Pos Driver Nat Car Time Gap To 1st --- -------------------- ---- ------------------------ --------- ------- ------- 1. Gilles Panizzi F Peugeot 206 WRC 17:41.9 2. Marcus Gronholm FIN Peugeot 206 WRC 17:45.6 3.7 3.7 3. Richard Burns GB Peugeot 206 WRC 17:46.6 1.0 4.7 4. Pettersolberg N Subaru Impreza WRC 2002 17:46.7 0.1 4.8 5. Markko Martin EE Ford Focus WRC 02 17:47.4 0.7 5.5 6. Jesus Puras E Citroen Xsara WRC 17:47.5 0.1 5.6 7. Tommi Makinen FIN Subaru Impreza WRC 2002 17:47.6 0.1 5.7 8. Philippe Bugalski F Citroen Xsara WRC 17:48.4 0.8 6.5 9. Carlos Sainz E Ford Focus WRC 02 17:55.4 7.0 13.5 10. Cedric Robert F Peugeot 206 WRC 18:04.1 8.7 22.2 11. Francois Delecour F Mitsubishi Lancer WRC Ev 18:04.5 0.4 22.6 12. Freddy Loix B Hyundai Accent WRC 3 18:06.1 1.6 24.2 13. Colin McRae GB Ford Focus WRC 02 18:06.2 0.1 24.3 14. Harri Rovanpera FIN Peugeot 206 WRC 18:06.3 0.1 24.4 15. Toni Gardemeister FIN Skoda Octavia WRC Evo 18:08.7 2.4 26.8 16. Bruno Thiry B Peugeot 206 WRC 18:12.9 4.2 31.0 17. Achim Mortl A Subaru Impreza WRC 2002 18:17.5 4.6 35.6 18. Roman Kresta CZ Skoda Octavia WRC Evo 18:27.1 9.6 45.2 19. Kenneth Eriksson S Skoda Octavia WRC Evo 18:28.9 1.8 47.0 20. Simon Jean-joseph F Renault Clio Super 1600 18:47.3 18.4 1:05.4 21. Renato Travaglia I Peugeot 206 Super 1600 18:55.0 7.7 1:13.1 22. Andrea Dallavilla I Citroen Saxo 19:05.8 10.8 1:23.9 23. Nicola Caldani I Fiat Punto 19:08.5 2.7 1:26.6 24. Giandomenico Basso I Fiat Punto Kit 19:09.3 0.8 1:27.4 25. Francois Duval B Ford Puma 19:12.4 3.1 1:30.5 26. Gianluigi Galli I Fiat Punto Kit 19:13.8 1.4 1:31.9 27. Sven Haaf D Opel Corsa 1.6 19:23.2 9.4 1:41.3 28. Roger Feghali RL Ford Puma 19:24.6 1.4 1:42.7 29. Niall McShea GB Opel Corsa 1.6 19:24.7 0.1 1:42.8 30. Daniel Sola E Citroen Saxo 19:27.8 3.1 1:45.9 31. Daniel Carlsson S Ford Puma 19:28.2 0.4 1:46.3 32. Nikolaus Schelle D Suzuki Ignis 19:29.4 1.2 1:47.5 33. Mirco Baldacci RSM Citroen Saxo 19:29.8 0.4 1:47.9 34. Jussi Valimaki FIN Citroen Saxo VTS 19:32.2 2.4 1:50.3 35. David Doppelreiter A Peugeot 206 Xs 19:32.4 0.2 1:50.5 36. Kosti Katajamaki FIN Vw Polo Gti 19:37.2 4.8 1:55.3 37. Christian Chemin I Fiat Punto 19:38.7 1.5 1:56.8 38. Janne Tuohino FIN Citroen Saxo VTS 19:38.7 0.0 1:56.8 39. Abdorl Feghali RL Ford Puma 19:40.4 1.7 1:58.5 40. Martin Rowe GB Ford Puma 19:44.8 4.4 2:02.9 41. Alister McRae GB Mitsubishi Lancer WRC Ev 19:49.7 4.9 2:07.8 42. Mikko Hirvonen FIN Renault Clio Super 1600 19:51.0 1.3 2:09.1 43. Gwyndaf Evans GB Mg Zr 19:52.4 1.4 2:10.5 44. Juha Kangas FIN Suzuki Ignis 20:13.4 21.0 2:31.5 45. Alexander Foss N Ford Puma 20:13.5 0.1 2:31.6 46. Riccardo Errani I Subaru Impreza WRX 20:35.2 21.7 2:53.3 47. Albert Llovera AND Fiat Punto Kit 20:36.7 1.5 2:54.8 48. Kazuhiko Niwa J Suzuki Ignis 20:42.6 5.9 3:00.7 49. Eugenio Lozza I Renault Clio RS 20:55.6 13.0 3:13.7 50. Marco Cavigioli I Peugeot 206 Xs 21:08.8 13.2 3:26.9 51. Alessandro Gai I Fiat Stilo 22:48.0 1:39.2 5:06.1 

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