Mitsubishi Lancer (Carisma) Profile

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Mitsubishi Lancer (Carisma) General Information

Please refer to the Carisma groupN chapter to better understand what Mistubsihsi is doing with model names and Evo numbers and why we draw a line and start a new model the way we do.

Here you see that EvoI, EvoII & EvoIII increased mainly in road version BHP. From the original EvoI with 220BHP, we have now grown to 282BHP. Interestingly, from the Cedia model generation (from EvoVII) this BHP figure starts decreasing!

The Carisma model generation is all new, especially the engine actually changes position. From now Mitsubishi concentrates on quite different things. The EvoIV is the first, very different Carisma model. The EvoV is easily identified by having "stuck on" wheel arch extensions. The EvoVI may start with success, but it seems Mitsubishi realises they are slowly but surely falling behind the WRCar opposition. A version Evo6.5 (note untypical for Mitsubishi no Roman numbers) is launched soon after the EvoVI. In groupA form Mitsubishi gets special permission by the FIA. They tilt the engine further back by 15°, they improve rear suspension travel severely and they work with a different system differentials, at long last turning their backs on the abruptly operating magnetic differentials - actually not completely, they are still magnetic but now electronically/active controlled. All these are changes that normally are not permitted in groupA. Yet the Lancer Evo6.5 is homologated as a groupA car, not at all as a WRCar. This makes the Lancer Evo6.5 the only groupA car ever that officially had more changed to it than groupA ever permitted.

It is hard to write much about this car, even though it won several world titles. But really this car is a show case that Mitsubishi was mislead in several ways. It was actually the car that gave Mitsubishi their one and only World Championship title, while it served Tommi Mäkinen to win his personal titles number 2, 3 & 4. So it can't all be so bad. Yet this is exactly where the mistakes start. The car and team was built entirely around Tommi Mäkinen, no second driver could really shine in the car, which again is no good news for manufacturer titles. While Mitsubishi didn't seem to care about that back then, what when Mäkinen leaves - as he did, towards Subaru. Not only has Mitsubishi hardly any titles to their own name, all collapsed into a big mess with Mäkinen's departure. But this wasn't all. The Lancer Carisma was Mitsubishi's most successful rally car yet it was exactly this car that showed Mitsubishi was mislead staying with groupA for so long. Actually the idea of keeping a road relation deserves huge applause, but the fact that of this car there was a version called Lancer Evo6.5 with added freedom by a very unique FIA special permission proved that Mitsubishi was more and more falling behind the WRCar opposition, and the longer they waited with a proper WRCar, the harder it will be to catch up. This was exactly what happened in the end. This was the most successful rally car that Mitsubishi ever had, yet - curiously - they would have been better advised to kill it off at least 2 years earlier and start afresh. But just to underline the probably most outstanding fact of this car: This Lancer Carisma in its last version, even though entered in groupA, was actually a hybrid between groupA & WRCar, an absolute exception in World rally history.

Driver preference and reg number database: Let me add this line here. I think I made the point clear that I don't like the way Mitsubishi cared more for drivers titles than makes ones. Agreed, most fans like the drivers titles more, but we are selling cars to you, not drivers. And since Mäkinen not only left to arch rival Subaru but today has a Subaru preparation business, these titles are no more identified with Mitsubishi. So Mitsubishi's money was somehow ill placed. And when they lost Mäkinen, with the exciting new EvoVII/Cedia based WRCar and capable drivers as Francois Delecour and Alister McRae, the Mäkinen focus (who still was the development driver of the new car) backfired yet again as no one seemed to get on with the new car and Mitsubishi even had to take a break from competition to re-design the car once more. Maybe this was also partly for staying too long with groupA.
But the point I am trying to make for the database: When Tommi Mäkinen collected his personal titles in Lancers of this Carisma Evo 4 to 6.5 generation, his team mates were Richard Burns and Freddy Loix, both far more capable than you may have realised at the time. Burns actually won Safari, his favourite event, and RAC, his home event, in this car, but beyond that it was hard to see Burns as a future World Champion in this period. Worse even the case for Freddy Loix. Many people seem surprised of his blinding pace in S2000 cars in the IRC at "high age", but in his early works driver career 3 years in this Mitsubishi followed by 2 years in this strange Hyundai Accent thingy, did he ever get a chance to show his true speed? The big fact is that both, Richard Burns and Freddy Loix, told me several times that at Mitsubishi Mäkinen did all the testing, Mäkinen did all the set up work, and never mind he had a very different driving style, Burns and Loix had to live with the Mäkinen set up, eat or die! And the reg plates show this. Mäkinen always got the new cars, while Burns and Loix most of the time got to compete in test cars or old Mäkinen cars. Maybe the best example, although with the Cedia generation Lancer WRC, in 4 starts in late 2001 with the new car Mäkinen got 3 brand new cars while Loix had the same old test shed on every event. Well, I hope the reg plate database has its fascinating highlights for many makes and cars, but here is a very clear example of a team preferring one driver at the expense of the other. Maybe a driver would be thrilled to get a chance in one ex-world champion car, but after 3 years within the same team, hoping for a career yourself, you still wear up your team mate's old pants?
 

Mitsubishi Lancer (Carisma) Related Content


Mitsubishi Lancer (Carisma) Evolutions

 
 
Model & Evo. (Activity)
 
BHP@
RPM
Torque
(Nm)@
RPM
Length
Width
Height
Weight
(Kg/BPM
Ratio)
 
Trans.
(W'base)
Mitsubishi Lancer (Carisma) Evo6.5 (00-07) 300/6000 520/3500 4350.1770.1395 1230 (4.1) 4x4 (2510)
Mitsubishi Lancer (Carisma) EvoIV (97-01) 300/6000 500/3500 4350.1695.1395 1230 (4.1) 4x4 (2510)
Mitsubishi Lancer (Carisma) EvoV (98-01) 300/6000 520/3500 4350.1770.1395 1230 (4.1) 4x4 (2510)
Mitsubishi Lancer (Carisma) EvoVI (99-02) 300/6000 520/3500 4350.1770.1395 1230 (4.1) 4x4 (2510)

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Mitsubishi Lancer (Carisma) Results

This is an unofficial Car Results list and may be incomplete.

Pos Event Driver Co-Driver # Rego hh:mm:ss
26th. 2007 WRC Rally Argentina A. Hawkeswood J. Judd #65 [UNKNOWN] 0:00:00
27th. 2007 WRC Rally New Zealand M. Stewart M. Fletcher #73 [UNKNOWN] 0:00:00
29th. 2006 WRC Rallye Monte Carlo . "Tchine" P. Dupuy #69 [UNKNOWN] 0:00:00
31st. 2002 WRC Rally New Zealand M. Stewart M. Fletcher #140 [UNKNOWN] 0:00:00
17th. 2002 WRC Rally of Great Britain J. Latvala C. Williamson #35 [UNKNOWN] 3:58:50.3
7th. 2001 WRC Rallye Monte Carlo T. Mäkinen R. Mannisenmäki #7 [UNKNOWN] 2:34:6.8
43rd. 2001 WRC Rallye Monte Carlo T. Mäkinen R. Mannisenmäki #7 [UNKNOWN] 0:00:00
14th. 2001 WRC Rallye Monte Carlo T. Mäkinen R. Mannisenmäki #7 [UNKNOWN] 3:48:33.4
99th. 2001 WRC Rallye Monte Carlo T. Mäkinen R. Mannisenmäki #7 [UNKNOWN] 2:59:56.5
9th. 2001 WRC Rallye Monte Carlo T. Mäkinen R. Mannisenmäki #7 [UNKNOWN] 3:08:20.8
13th. 2001 WRC Rallye Monte Carlo T. Mäkinen R. Mannisenmäki #7 [UNKNOWN] 2:21:8.9
99th. 2001 WRC Rallye Monte Carlo T. Mäkinen R. Mannisenmäki #7 [UNKNOWN] 7:59:05
99th. 2001 WRC Rallye Monte Carlo T. Mäkinen R. Mannisenmäki #7 [UNKNOWN] 2:49:48.4
1st. 2001 WRC Rallye Monte Carlo T. Mäkinen R. Mannisenmäki #7 [UNKNOWN] 4:38:4.3
6th. 2001 WRC Rallye Monte Carlo F. Loix S. Smeets #8 [UNKNOWN] 4:44:30.2
2nd. 2001 WRC Swedish Rally T. Raadström T. Thörner #19 [UNKNOWN] 3:27:29
13th. 2001 WRC Swedish Rally F. Loix S. Smeets #8 [UNKNOWN] 3:34:55.4
1st. 2001 WRC Rallye de Portugal T. Mäkinen R. Mannisenmäki #7 [UNKNOWN] 3:46:42.1
3rd. 2001 WRC Rallye Catalunya T. Mäkinen R. Mannisenmäki #7 [UNKNOWN] 3:41:56.1
4th. 2001 WRC Rallye Catalunya F. Loix S. Smeets #8 [UNKNOWN] 3:43:11.4
4th. 2001 WRC Rally Argentina T. Mäkinen R. Mannisenmäki #7 [UNKNOWN] 4:21:37.9
6th. 2001 WRC Rally Argentina F. Loix S. Smeets #8 [UNKNOWN] 4:24:5.4
5th. 2001 WRC Cyprus Rally F. Loix S. Smeets #8 [UNKNOWN] 5:13:42.9
4th. 2001 WRC Acropolis Rally T. Mäkinen R. Mannisenmäki #7 [UNKNOWN] 4:21:17.2
9th. 2001 WRC Acropolis Rally F. Loix S. Smeets #8 [UNKNOWN] 4:27:2.8
1st. 2001 WRC Safari Rally T. Mäkinen R. Mannisenmäki #7 [UNKNOWN] 8:58:37
5th. 2001 WRC Safari Rally F. Loix S. Smeets #8 [UNKNOWN] 10:42:39
10th. 2001 WRC Rally of Finland F. Loix S. Smeets #8 [UNKNOWN] 3:28:18.2
8th. 2001 WRC Rally New Zealand T. Mäkinen R. Mannisenmäki #7 [UNKNOWN] 3:49:49
11th. 2001 WRC Rally New Zealand F. Loix S. Smeets #8 [UNKNOWN] 3:52:10.8
15th. 2001 WRC Rally New Zealand T. Gardemeister P. Lukander #19 [UNKNOWN] 3:56:4.3
1st. 2000 WRC Rallye Monte Carlo T. Mäkinen R. Mannisenmäki #1 [UNKNOWN] 4:23:35.8
6th. 2000 WRC Rallye Monte Carlo F. Loix S. Smeets #2 [UNKNOWN] 4:30:39.9
2nd. 2000 WRC Swedish Rally T. Mäkinen R. Mannisenmäki #1 [UNKNOWN] 3:20:40.1
8th. 2000 WRC Swedish Rally F. Loix S. Smeets #2 [UNKNOWN] 3:25:41.6
6th. 2000 WRC Rallye de Portugal F. Loix S. Smeets #2 [UNKNOWN] 4:41:28.9
4th. 2000 WRC Rallye Catalunya T. Mäkinen R. Mannisenmäki #1 [UNKNOWN] 4:07:53.2
8th. 2000 WRC Rallye Catalunya F. Loix S. Smeets #2 [UNKNOWN] 4:11:25.5
3rd. 2000 WRC Rally Argentina T. Mäkinen R. Mannisenmäki #1 [UNKNOWN] 4:11:52.3
5th. 2000 WRC Rally Argentina F. Loix S. Smeets #2 [UNKNOWN] 4:18:54.3
8th. 2000 WRC Rally New Zealand G. Argyle P. Fallon #28 [UNKNOWN] 3:58:0.8
4th. 2000 WRC Rally of Finland T. Mäkinen R. Mannisenmäki #1 [UNKNOWN] 3:24:15.8
5th. 2000 WRC Cyprus Rally T. Mäkinen R. Mannisenmäki #1 [UNKNOWN] 5:29:3.1
8th. 2000 WRC Cyprus Rally F. Loix S. Smeets #2 [UNKNOWN] 5:34:10.6
3rd. 2000 WRC Rallye San Remo T. Mäkinen R. Mannisenmäki #1 [UNKNOWN] 3:53:0.3
8th. 2000 WRC Rallye San Remo F. Loix S. Smeets #2 [UNKNOWN] 3:54:30.3
15th. 2000 WRC Rallye San Remo A. Aghini D. d'Esposito #25 [UNKNOWN] 0:00:00
10th. 2000 WRC Rally Australia (WA) K. Taguchi B. Willis #21 [UNKNOWN] 3:57:43.8
3rd. 2000 WRC Rally of Great Britain T. Mäkinen R. Mannisenmäki #1 [UNKNOWN] 3:44:16.9
1st. 1999 WRC Rallye Monte Carlo T. Mäkinen R. Mannisenmäki #1 [UNKNOWN] 5:16:50.6
1st. 1999 WRC Swedish Rally T. Mäkinen R. Mannisenmäki #1 [UNKNOWN] 3:29:15.6
9th. 1999 WRC Swedish Rally F. Loix S. Smeets #2 [UNKNOWN] 3:39:21.8
5th. 1999 WRC Rallye de Portugal T. Mäkinen R. Mannisenmäki #1 [UNKNOWN] 4:06:46.1
3rd. 1999 WRC Rallye Catalunya T. Mäkinen R. Mannisenmäki #1 [UNKNOWN] 4:16:6.7
4th. 1999 WRC Rallye Catalunya F. Loix S. Smeets #2 [UNKNOWN] 4:16:21
6th. 1999 WRC Tour de Corse T. Mäkinen R. Mannisenmäki #1 [UNKNOWN] 3:47:26.1
8th. 1999 WRC Tour de Corse F. Loix S. Smeets #2 [UNKNOWN] 3:50:27.3
4th. 1999 WRC Rally Argentina T. Mäkinen R. Mannisenmäki #1 [UNKNOWN] 4:18:40.6
3rd. 1999 WRC Acropolis Rally T. Mäkinen R. Mannisenmäki #1 [UNKNOWN] 4:25:1.2
4th. 1999 WRC Acropolis Rally F. Loix S. Smeets #2 [UNKNOWN] 4:25:33.6
1st. 1999 WRC Rally New Zealand T. Mäkinen R. Mannisenmäki #1 [UNKNOWN] 4:11:7.1
8th. 1999 WRC Rally New Zealand F. Loix S. Smeets #2 [UNKNOWN] 4:26:34.4
10th. 1999 WRC Rally of Finland F. Loix S. Smeets #2 [UNKNOWN] 3:19:43.5
1st. 1999 WRC Rallye San Remo T. Mäkinen R. Mannisenmäki #1 [UNKNOWN] 4:26:45
4th. 1999 WRC Rallye San Remo F. Loix S. Smeets #2 [UNKNOWN] 4:29:58.1
3rd. 1999 WRC Rally Australia (WA) T. Mäkinen R. Mannisenmäki #1 [UNKNOWN] 3:49:2.9
4th. 1999 WRC Rally Australia (WA) F. Loix S. Smeets #2 [UNKNOWN] 3:52:04
5th. 1999 WRC Rally of Great Britain F. Loix S. Smeets #2 [UNKNOWN] 4:03:19.5
5th. 1998 WRC Rallye Monte Carlo R. Burns R. Reid #2 [UNKNOWN] 4:29:23.2
7th. 1998 WRC Rallye Monte Carlo U. Nittel T. Thörner #10 [UNKNOWN] 4:34:21.3
1st. 1998 WRC Swedish Rally T. Mäkinen R. Mannisenmäki #1 [UNKNOWN] 3:32:51.6
7th. 1998 WRC Swedish Rally U. Nittel T. Thörner #14 [UNKNOWN] 3:37:35.2
15th. 1998 WRC Swedish Rally R. Burns R. Reid #2 [UNKNOWN] 3:43:53.1
1st. 1998 WRC Safari Rally R. Burns R. Reid #2 [UNKNOWN] 8:57:34
4th. 1998 WRC Rallye de Portugal R. Burns R. Reid #2 [UNKNOWN] 4:21:51.2
3rd. 1998 WRC Rallye Catalunya T. Mäkinen R. Mannisenmäki #1 [UNKNOWN] 4:19:46.3
4th. 1998 WRC Rallye Catalunya R. Burns R. Reid #2 [UNKNOWN] 4:20:10.4
9th. 1998 WRC Rallye Catalunya U. Nittel T. Thörner #26 [UNKNOWN] 4:22:45.6
1st. 1998 WRC Rally Argentina T. Mäkinen R. Mannisenmäki #1 [UNKNOWN] 4:22:7.4
4th. 1998 WRC Rally Argentina R. Burns R. Reid #2 [UNKNOWN] 4:23:2.3
3rd. 1998 WRC Rally New Zealand T. Mäkinen R. Mannisenmäki #1 [UNKNOWN] 3:56:40.8
9th. 1998 WRC Rally New Zealand R. Burns R. Reid #2 [UNKNOWN] 4:10:26.6
1st. 1998 WRC Rally of Finland T. Mäkinen R. Mannisenmäki #1 [UNKNOWN] 3:16:56.1
5th. 1998 WRC Rally of Finland R. Burns R. Reid #2 [UNKNOWN] 3:19:52.9
1st. 1998 WRC Rallye San Remo T. Mäkinen R. Mannisenmäki #1 [UNKNOWN] 4:34:34.5
7th. 1998 WRC Rallye San Remo R. Burns R. Reid #2 [UNKNOWN] 4:39:15.8
1st. 1998 WRC Rally Australia (WA) T. Mäkinen R. Mannisenmäki #1 [UNKNOWN] 3:52:48.7
10th. 1998 WRC Rally Australia (WA) E. Ordynski M. Stacey #15 [UNKNOWN] 4:04:15.3
1st. 1998 WRC Rally of Great Britain R. Burns R. Reid #2 [UNKNOWN] 3:50:30.6
3rd. 1997 WRC Rallye Monte Carlo T. Mäkinen S. Harjanne #1 [UNKNOWN] 4:29:29
3rd. 1997 WRC Swedish Rally T. Mäkinen S. Harjanne #1 [UNKNOWN] 3:52:15
2nd. 1997 WRC Safari Rally R. Burns R. Reid #2 [UNKNOWN] 11:36:04
1st. 1997 WRC Rallye de Portugal T. Mäkinen S. Harjanne #1 [UNKNOWN] 4:53:01
1st. 1997 WRC Rallye Catalunya T. Mäkinen S. Harjanne #1 [UNKNOWN] 4:08:46
1st. 1997 WRC Rally Argentina T. Mäkinen S. Harjanne #1 [UNKNOWN] 4:25:38
3rd. 1997 WRC Acropolis Rally T. Mäkinen S. Harjanne #1 [UNKNOWN] 5:01:27
4th. 1997 WRC Acropolis Rally R. Burns R. Reid #2 [UNKNOWN] 5:01:31
4th. 1997 WRC Rally New Zealand R. Burns R. Reid #2 [UNKNOWN] 4:15:29
1st. 1997 WRC Rally of Finland T. Mäkinen S. Harjanne #1 [UNKNOWN] 3:16:18
4th. 1997 WRC Rally of Indonesia R. Burns R. Reid #2 [UNKNOWN] 4:39:24
3rd. 1997 WRC Rallye San Remo T. Mäkinen S. Harjanne #1 [UNKNOWN] 4:08:37
2nd. 1997 WRC Rally Australia (WA) T. Mäkinen S. Harjanne #1 [UNKNOWN] 4:05:37
4th. 1997 WRC Rally Australia (WA) R. Burns R. Reid #2 [UNKNOWN] 4:06:10
6th. 1997 WRC Rally Australia (WA) E. Ordynski M. Stacey #11 [UNKNOWN] 4:14:55
4th. 1997 WRC Rally of Great Britain R. Burns R. Reid #2 [UNKNOWN] 3:59:30
6th. 1997 WRC Rally of Great Britain T. Mäkinen S. Harjanne #1 [UNKNOWN] 4:01:31

Mitsubishi Lancer (Carisma) Retirements

This is an unofficial Car Model Retirements list and may be incomplete.

Pos Event Driver Co-Driver # Rego Reason
Ret. 2007 WRC Rally Argentina A. Hawkeswood J. Judd #65 [UNKNOWN] SS20 ?
Ret. 2005 WRC Swedish Rally R. Dalsjo . UNKNOWN #27 [UNKNOWN] SS8 ?
Ret. 2003 WRC Rally of Great Britain P. Airikkala N. Gardner #107 [UNKNOWN] SS4 engine
Ret. 2003 WRC Rally of Finland H. Solberg C. Menkerud #35 [UNKNOWN] SS16 engine
Ret. 2003 WRC Swedish Rally H. Solberg C. Menkerud #34 [UNKNOWN] SS16 engine
Ret. 2002 WRC Safari Rally J. Lloyd A. Cavenagh #102 [UNKNOWN] SS8 electronics
Ret. 2001 WRC Rally of Finland T. Mäkinen R. Mannisenmäki #7 [UNKNOWN] SS1 crash
Ret. 2001 WRC Rally of Finland T. Gardemeister P. Lukander #19 [UNKNOWN] SS21 crash
Ret. 2001 WRC Cyprus Rally T. Mäkinen R. Mannisenmäki #7 [UNKNOWN] SS4 crash
Ret. 2001 WRC Cyprus Rally K. Taguchi D. Ringer #19 [UNKNOWN] SS20 suspension
Ret. 2001 WRC Rallye de Portugal F. Loix S. Smeets #8 [UNKNOWN] SS15 transmission
Ret. 2001 WRC Swedish Rally T. Mäkinen R. Mannisenmäki #7 [UNKNOWN] SS17 crash
Ret. 2001 WRC Rallye Monte Carlo T. Mäkinen R. Mannisenmäki #7 [UNKNOWN] SS16 crash
Ret. 2001 WRC Rallye Monte Carlo T. Mäkinen R. Mannisenmäki #7 [UNKNOWN] SS99 
Ret. 2000 WRC Rally of Great Britain F. Loix S. Smeets #2 [UNKNOWN] SS2 crash
Ret. 2000 WRC Rally Australia (WA) F. Loix S. Smeets #2 [UNKNOWN] SS3 transmission
Ret. 2000 WRC Rally Australia (WA) T. Mäkinen R. Mannisenmäki #1 [UNKNOWN] SS21 Disqualified after event - illegal turbo - 1st
Ret. 2000 WRC Tour de Corse F. Loix S. Smeets #2 [UNKNOWN] SS1 crash
Ret. 2000 WRC Tour de Corse T. Mäkinen R. Mannisenmäki #1 [UNKNOWN] SS13 crash
Ret. 2000 WRC Rally of Finland F. Loix S. Smeets #2 [UNKNOWN] SS11 engine
Ret. 2000 WRC Rally New Zealand K. Taguchi D. Ringer #19 [UNKNOWN] SS1 crash
Ret. 2000 WRC Rally New Zealand F. Loix S. Smeets #2 [UNKNOWN] SS14 withdrawn - undriveable with differential problems
Ret. 2000 WRC Rally New Zealand T. Mäkinen R. Mannisenmäki #1 [UNKNOWN] SS18 withdrawn - undriveable with differential problems
Ret. 2000 WRC Acropolis Rally F. Loix S. Smeets #2 [UNKNOWN] SS2 suspension
Ret. 2000 WRC Acropolis Rally T. Mäkinen R. Mannisenmäki #1 [UNKNOWN] SS5 suspension
Ret. 2000 WRC Rallye de Portugal T. Mäkinen R. Mannisenmäki #1 [UNKNOWN] SS9 steering
Ret. 2000 WRC Safari Rally T. Mäkinen R. Mannisenmäki #1 [UNKNOWN] SS3 electrics
Ret. 2000 WRC Safari Rally F. Loix S. Smeets #2 [UNKNOWN] SS5 engine
Ret. 1999 WRC Rally of Great Britain T. Mäkinen R. Mannisenmäki #1 [UNKNOWN] SS20 engine
Ret. 1999 WRC Rally Australia (WA) Y. Kataoka S. Hayashi #19 [UNKNOWN] SS15 crash
Ret. 1999 WRC China Rally F. Loix S. Smeets #2 [UNKNOWN] SS6 crash
Ret. 1999 WRC China Rally Y. Kataoka S. Hayashi #17 [UNKNOWN] SS6 engine
Ret. 1999 WRC China Rally T. Mäkinen R. Mannisenmäki #1 [UNKNOWN] SS16 suspension
Ret. 1999 WRC Rally of Finland T. Mäkinen R. Mannisenmäki #1 [UNKNOWN] SS14 transmission
Ret. 1999 WRC Rally Argentina F. Loix S. Smeets #2 [UNKNOWN] SS17 suspension
Ret. 1999 WRC Rallye de Portugal M. Grönholm T. Rautiainen #2 [UNKNOWN] SS16 clutch
Ret. 1999 WRC Safari Rally F. Loix S. Smeets #2 [UNKNOWN] SS3 crash
Ret. 1999 WRC Safari Rally T. Mäkinen R. Mannisenmäki #1 [UNKNOWN] SS66 Disqualified after event - African kids getting in the way of a tyre change was deemed illegal service - 2nd
Ret. 1999 WRC Rallye Monte Carlo F. Loix S. Smeets #2 [UNKNOWN] SS1 black ice crash
Ret. 1998 WRC Rally of Great Britain T. Mäkinen R. Mannisenmäki #1 [UNKNOWN] SS6 crash
Ret. 1998 WRC Rally Australia (WA) R. Burns R. Reid #2 [UNKNOWN] SS24 suspension
Ret. 1998 WRC Rally of Finland U. Nittel T. Thörner #16 [UNKNOWN] SS7 crash
Ret. 1998 WRC Acropolis Rally T. Mäkinen R. Mannisenmäki #1 [UNKNOWN] SS3 electrics
Ret. 1998 WRC Acropolis Rally U. Nittel T. Thörner #10 [UNKNOWN] SS11 driveshaft
Ret. 1998 WRC Acropolis Rally R. Burns R. Reid #2 [UNKNOWN] SS15 suspension
Ret. 1998 WRC Tour de Corse T. Mäkinen R. Mannisenmäki #1 [UNKNOWN] SS5 electrics
Ret. 1998 WRC Tour de Corse R. Burns R. Reid #2 [UNKNOWN] SS12 suspension
Ret. 1998 WRC Rallye de Portugal T. Mäkinen R. Mannisenmäki #1 [UNKNOWN] SS12 suspension
Ret. 1998 WRC Rallye de Portugal U. Nittel T. Thörner #14 [UNKNOWN] SS15 suspension
Ret. 1998 WRC Safari Rally T. Mäkinen R. Mannisenmäki #1 [UNKNOWN] SS11 engine
Ret. 1998 WRC Rallye Monte Carlo T. Mäkinen R. Mannisenmäki #1 [UNKNOWN] SS7 crash
Ret. 1997 WRC Rally of Indonesia T. Mäkinen S. Harjanne #1 [UNKNOWN] SS13 engine
Ret. 1997 WRC Rally New Zealand T. Mäkinen S. Harjanne #1 [UNKNOWN] SS4 crash
Ret. 1997 WRC Rally Argentina R. Burns R. Reid #2 [UNKNOWN] SS16 suspension
Ret. 1997 WRC Tour de Corse T. Mäkinen S. Harjanne #1 [UNKNOWN] SS7 crash
Ret. 1997 WRC Rallye de Portugal R. Burns R. Reid #2 [UNKNOWN] SS99 gearbox
Ret. 1997 WRC Safari Rally T. Mäkinen S. Harjanne #1 [UNKNOWN] SS5 differential