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Sun June 27, 2004

Wonderful Loeb extends title lead WRC Wonderful Loeb extends title lead Frenchman Sebastien Loeb (pictured) continued his march toward a maiden world title with an impressive victory by 26 seconds on the Rally of Turkey, notching his second win on gravel and already his fourth event win of 2004. After being so close to a first world title last year,...

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WRC Makes title battle @ 06:26 AM - provisional, unofficial standings after Turkey: 1st Citroen 80points // 2nd Ford 65 // 3rd Subaru 59 // 4th Peugeot 47 // 5th Mitsubishi 11

WRC Drivers title battle @ 06:25 AM - provisional, unofficial standings after Turkey: 1st Loeb 53points // 2nd Solberg 44 // 3rd Märtin 34 // 4th Grönholm 32 // 5th Sainz 24 // 6th Duval 23 // 7th Hirvonen 13 // 8th Tuohino 12 // 9th Rovanperä 10 // 10th Carlsson 6

WRC TR 04 end - results @ 06:24 AM - Uups, Marcus Grönholm lost a wheel on the penaltimate rough stage. He completed the last stage on 3 wheels and now has to make it to the final time control to keep his 2nd. Antony Warmbold proves that in this type of events you can get WRC points for being well over 20 minutes off the pace. Mind you, Ford gets a WRC point for being an hour off the pace! Unofficial, provisional final positions: 1. Loeb 4:48:26.8 2. Grönholm +26.2 3. Solberg +36.7 4. Sainz +2:49.3 5. Duval +4:26.8 6. Hirvonen +6:01.1 7. Tuohino +11:44.9 8. Warmbold +21:15.3 9. Yazici +21:40.8 10. Galli +32:08.9

WRC Loeb's margin narrows @ 03:38 AM - Rally of Turkey positions after the first run through Aspendos (SS15) ... 1. LOEB 4:19:15.9 ... 2. GRÖNHOLM +20.4 ... 3. SOLBERG +54.9 ... 4. SAINZ +2:55.8 ... 5. DUVAL +4:35.2 ... 6. HIRVONEN +5:49.9 ... 7. TUOHINO +10:18.5 ... 8. H SOLBERG +13:57.9 ... 9. WARMBOLD +17:27.2 ... 10. YAZICI +19:30.8

Sat June 26, 2004

Tiny margin for Loeb into leg 3 WRC Tiny margin for Loeb into leg 3 Citroen's Sebastien Loeb recovered from a 10 seconds penalty for a jump start to retain a slender lead at the end of the second day of the Rally of Turkey. With temperatures reaching 35 degrees and more the crews suffered once more through the day's six stages which covere...

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WRC Rally of Turkey Leg Two @ 02:43 PM - Positions after SS13 (Kemer 2) ... 1. LOEB 3:50:09.3 ... 2. GRÖNHOLM +15.9 ... 3. SOLBERG +50.4 ... 4. SAINZ +2:15.9 ... 5. DUVAL +4:14.8 ... 6. HIRVONEN +5:01.4 ... 7. TUOHINO +8:42.2 ... 8. H SOLBERG +11:23.6 ... 9. WARMBOLD +15:31.6 ... 10. YAZICI +16:25.9

WRC Loeb slips into second (after SS9) @ 06:29 AM - Rally of Turkey positions after Kumluca 1 (SS9) ... 1. GRÖNHOLM 2:40:56.0 ... 2. LOEB +6.9 ... 3. SOLBERG +57.2 ... 4. DUVAL +1:06.3 ... 5. SAINZ +1:19.1 ... 6. ROVANPERÄ +1:45.1 ... 7. HIRVONEN +3:23.6 ... 8. TUOHINO +5:31.2 ... 9. H SOLBERG +7:51.5 ... 10. YAZICI +10:10.1

Wed June 23, 2004

Rough Stop-over in Turkey Citroen Rough Stop-over in Turkey Citroën's Sébastien Loeb/Daniel Elena and Carlos Sainz/Marc Marti travel to Antalya for the Rally of Turkey, seventh showdown of the 2004 FIA World Rally Championship. Last year's event passed off perfectly for Carlos Sainz who succeeded in giving the Xsara WRC its first...

Gunning for win number 42 Subaru Gunning for win number 42 The Subaru World Rally Team will start the Rally of Turkey this week, well positioned after claiming Subaru's 41st WRC victory on the Acropolis Rally earlier this month. Beginning on Thursday 24 June, the seventh round of the FIA World Rally Championship will be the last of a ...

Completely new territory Mitsubishi Completely new territory The Mitsubishi Motors Motor Sports WRC team heads into completely new territory when it contests the Rally of Turkey (June 24-27). Only introduced to the series last year, during the time when Mitsubishi was restructuring its motor sport operation, this eastern Mediterranean grav...

Thu June 17, 2004

Harri Rovanperä: As fired up as ever! Peugeot Harri Rovanperä: As fired up as ever! With the wind back in his sails following his superb 3rd place in Greece, Harri appears to have overcome his recent jinx. And now that he has rediscovered the joys of fighting at the sharp end, he has no intention of stopping there… What were your first thoughts when you fo...

Wed June 16, 2004

Peugeot C Provera: Harri Rovanperä is stronger

Tue June 15, 2004

WRC Turkey starting order

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