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Mon February 4, 2002

WRC 2002 Production Cup Standings

Tue January 29, 2002

Subaru Interview - Team Manager, P. Howarth

Thu January 24, 2002

WRC Citroen withdraw Loeb's appeal

NEWS JUST IN

WRC Citroen drop appeal! @ 07:17 PM - Citroen have dropped their appeal to Sebastien Loeb's Rallye Monte Carlo 2 minute penalty meaning Tommi Makinen is the winner. Going by the record books the Finn will now have 4 Monte wins in a row!

Wed January 23, 2002

Jolly Club Dati’s injury will heal quickly

Tue January 22, 2002

WRC 2002 Junior World Championship Standings

Mitsubishi Learning experience for Mitsu on Monte

NEWS JUST IN

WRC Loeb Date Set @ 06:44 PM - Sebastian Loeb's appeal against the 2 minute time penalty given in Monte Carloe, has been set for next Tuesday (29th Jan). We will keep you informed as details emerge.

Mon January 21, 2002

Ford Focus WRC answers the doubters

Subaru Quotes From The Champ. Leaders

Citroen Loeb Wins If Penalty is Dropped

Sun January 20, 2002

Peugeot Rallye Monte Carlo final report

Ford Points double on Monte Carlo Rally

Skoda New Octavia drivers do the full Monte

Subaru Suspension Over Tommi Winning

Subaru Interview - Monte Carlo Ice-Crew Notes

Skoda Two Octavia WRCs battle on

Peugeot Gronholm fights for Monte podium

NEWS JUST IN

WRC Loeb Could Lose Win @ 01:09 PM - Sebastien Loeb reads at the top of the results, but if Citroen's appeal to drop his penalty is unsuccessful Makinen will win and become the most successful driver in rally history : 1. Loeb 3.58.44.8 2.Makinen +45.9s 3. Sainz +2m01.6s 4. C McRae +2m43.9s 5. Gronholm +2m53.3s 6. Solberg +3m15.5s 7. Panizzi +4m06.0s 8. Burns +5m02.3s 9. Delecour +6m21.6s 10. Gardemeister +7m28.3s

Subaru Quote From Tommi @ 12:48 AM - "There’s no hurry at the moment. We are just cruising. We slowed down a bit on the second stage (SS13). I’ll try and go a bit faster on Turini, but there’s no point to push on the last one. It’s not really the same feeling now with the mistake from Citroen, I was 100% ready to fight and do it the proper way."

WRC McRae Pipps Marcus SS14 @ 12:31 AM - 1. Loeb 3.46.41.4 2.Makinen +45.6s 3. Sainz +2m01.8s 4. C McRae +2m41.7s 5. Gronholm +2m46.5s 6. Solberg +3m26.2s 7. Panizzi +4m13.5s 8. Burns +4m51.9s 9. Delecour +6m02.9s 10. Gardemeister +7m17.3s

WRC Panizzi Infront of Burns SS13 @ 10:03 AM - 1. Loeb 3.24.12.4 2.Makinen +44.6s 3. Sainz +2m17.8s 4. Gronholm +2m43.6s 5. C McRae +2m57.8s 6. Solberg +3m53.8s 7. Panizzi +4m33.3s 8. Burns +4m40.2s 9. Delecour +5m40.7s 10. Gardemeister +6m54.4s

WRC Loeb Penalised 2 Minutes! @ 08:38 AM - Rally leader, Sebestien Loeb, was overnight penalised Loeb 2 minutes for changing the tyres on his Citroen before it was driven to parc ferme. That drops him to fifth, however, Citroen are appealing and the results of the day will apparently read without the penalty added until the appeal.

Sat January 19, 2002

Subaru Tommi targets win

Mitsubishi Delecour fights on

Hyundai Loix update

Skoda Octavia update after stage seven

WRC Makinen closing in

NEWS JUST IN

WRC McRaes in trouble @ 07:02 PM - Both McRae brothers hit trouble on SS11, the final of leg two. Alister hit a wall and damaged the rear suspension of his Mitsubishi, losing over 4m30s. Big brother Colin encountered engine problems and dropped 51.9s to stage winner Tommi Makinen.

WRC Top 10 at end of leg2: @ 06:55 PM - 1. Loeb 2.49.19.5   2.Makinen +28.2s   3. Sainz +2m16.9s   4. Gronholm +2m21.4s   5. C McRae +2m52.4s   6. Solberg +3m37.1s   7. Burns +3m59.0s   8. Panizzi +4m26.5s   9. Delecour +4m50.0s   10. Gardemeister +5m49.9s

WRC Top 10 after SS10: @ 05:57 PM - 1. Loeb 2.32.50.6   2.Makinen +35.7s   3. C McRae +2m08.0s   4. Gronholm +2m08.8s   5. Sainz +2m10.9s   6. Solberg +3m36.2s   7. Burns +3m38.0s   8. Delecour +4m22.2s   9. Panizzi +4m23.8s   10. Gardemeister +5m19.6s

WRC Makinen after SS9: @ 05:36 PM - "It was a good loop - I’m very happy we made a much better tyre choice and everything is working well. We’ll try and take some more time this evening if it’s possible, there are still some more stages to do and we’ll be trying hard."

WRC Loix's ankle fractured @ 03:27 PM - An x-ray has revealed that Freddy Loix fractured an ankle bone in his crash on leg one. The Hyundai driver faces an operation in Belgium later today and a decision on whether he will compete in Sweden will be made on January 23rd.

WRC Top 10 after SS9: @ 02:30 PM - 1. Loeb 2.16.42.4   2.Makinen +26.9s   3. C McRae +1m23.7s   4. Gronholm +1m26.2s   5. Sainz +1m45.5s   6. Burns +2m57.1s   7. Solberg +3m10.2s   8. Delecour +3m30.2s   9. Panizzi +4m00.6s   10. Gardemeister +4m26.1s

WRC Leaders after SS7: @ 11:51 AM - 1. Loeb 1.44.28.1   2.Makinen +46.0s   3. Gronholm +56.3s   4. C McRae +59.5s   5. Sainz +1m35.1s   6. Burns 2m+17.7s   7. Delecour +2m27.3s   8. Solberg +2m47.0s   9. Gardemeister +3m18.8s   10. Panizzi +3m37.5s

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