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Sat August 31, 2002

Ford Citroen so close to their man

Wed August 28, 2002

Subaru Technical talk – Rally vs. Formula 1

Tue August 27, 2002

Subaru Technical talk - A New Event

Hyundai Armin Schwarz update

Mon August 26, 2002

WRC WRC Screensavers

WRC WRC Screensavers

WRC WRC Screensavers

Citroen Loeb Sticks to Pointy End of Results

Mitsubishi Delecour Claims Point for Mitsu.

Subaru Tommi Finishes Seventh

WRC A Leg3 Wrap From The Stages

NEWS JUST IN

WRC Germany 2002 Screensaver @ 04:25 PM - The Rally of Germany WRC-Online.net screensaver is now uploaded, just click the following link or choose 'Screensavers' from the left hand navbar.

WRC Deutschland Tipping @ 10:30 AM - See the results here and look out for the San Remo competition in the lead up. Congratulations to Germany winner Umm.

Sun August 25, 2002

Skoda Troublesome tenth for Eriksson

Ford Citroen temptation for McRae

WRC Loeb Takes Dominant Win

WRC Loeb Could be Excluded

Hyundai Hyundai Hit By Bad Luck on Leg 2

Subaru Makinen Battles On - Leg 2

Peugeot Burns & Marcus Charging

Skoda A Day of Misfortune For Skoda - Leg2

Ford Fords Packed Into Top 10

Mitsubishi Delecour Ups The Pace on Leg 2

NEWS JUST IN

WRC Loeb Wins in Deutschland @ 01:00 PM - Overall: 1. Loeb, 2. Burns +14.3, 3. Gronholm +1:19.1, 4. C McRae +3:45.3, 5. Thiry +5:18.8, 6. Martin +5:33.0, 7. Makinen +5:39.2, 8. Sainz +6:17.0, 9. Delecour +6:35.9, 10. Eriksson +13:34.2

WRC After SS22 - Just SSS Remains @ 12:04 AM - Overall: 1. Loeb, 2. Burns +14.7, 3. Gronholm +1:18.7, 4. C McRae +3:38.2, 5. Thiry +5:13.7, 6. Martin +5:29.6, 7. Makinen +5:34.6, 8. Sainz +6:11.1, 9. Delecour +6:26.8, 10. Eriksson +13:24.5

WRC After SS21 - 2 Stages Remain @ 11:30 AM - Overall: 1. Loeb, 2. Burns +12.1, 3. Gronholm +1:13.3, 4. C McRae +3:25.5, 5. Thiry +4:52.3, 6. Martin +5:16.7, 7. Makinen +5:28.6, 8. Sainz +5:58.3, 9. Delecour +6:04.6, 10. Eriksson +13:10.2

WRC After SS20 @ 11:08 AM - Overall: 1. Loeb, 2. Burns +12.2, 3. Gronholm +1:09.1, 4. C McRae +3:09.3, 5. Thiry +4:36.0, 6. Martin +5:01.3, 7. Makinen +5:19.9, 8. Delecour +5:41.3, 9. Sainz +5:47.2, 10. Eriksson +12:48.2

WRC After SS19 @ 09:20 AM - Overall: 1. Loeb, 2. Burns +13.3, 3. Gronholm +1:03.5, 4. C McRae +2:58.7, 5. Thiry +4:22.9, 6. Martin +4:54.3, 7. Makinen +5:14.3, 8. Delecour +5:23.8, 9. Sainz +5:37.8, 10. Eriksson +12:22.5

WRC Harri Out @ 08:54 AM - He Retired on SS19 - unconfirmed reasons.

WRC After SS18 @ 08:46 AM - Unconfirmed - Overall: 1. Loeb, 2. Burns +8.1, 3. Gronholm +47.6, 4. C McRae +2:40.6, 5. Thiry +4:00.3, 6. Makinen +5:09.1, 7. Sainz +5:19.4, 8. Martin +5:36.2, 9. Rovanpera +6:19.6, 10. Delecour +6:32.5

WRC Confusion Over SS17 Times @ 08:19 AM - Organisers seem to have taken the decision to bring Martin and Delecour back to the start of the stage and allow the two drivers to have clean runs - final stage results when we have them.

WRC Carlos Still In It? @ 08:10 AM - He has reportedly set a time on SS17 but is likely to be excluded for not starting the stage on time.

WRC Carlos Retires @ 08:02 AM - He is sitting at the start of SS17 and the car won't start.

WRC Armin Kremer Off Stage @ 07:43 AM - On SS17, crew ok and following cars being slowed. Markko and Delecour have lost a lot of time.

Sat August 24, 2002

WRC Seven Stages Remain - Leg 2 End

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