Results

  
  • Overall Standings Leg 1
  • SS1 Entrevaux - Rouaine
  • SS2 Barles - Seyne
  • Overall Standings Leg 2
  • SS3 Corps - La Salle En Beaumont 1
  • SS4 Aspres Les Corps - Chauffayer 1
  • SS5 Les Costes - Chaillol 1
  • SS6 Corps - La Salle En Beaumont 2
  • SS7 Aspres Les Corps - Chauffayer 2
  • SS8 Les Costes - Chaillol 2
  • Overall Standings Leg 3
  • SS9 Lardier Et Valenca - Faye 1
  • SS10 St Leger Les Melezes-La Batie Neuve 1
  • SS11 Lardier Et Valenca - Faye 2
  • SS12 St Leger Les Melezes-La Batie Neuve 2
  • SS13 Sisteron - Thoard
  • Race
  • Col De L'Orme - St Laurent 1
  • La Bollene Vesubie - Peira Cava
  • Col De L'Orme - St Laurent 2
 Review the LIVE Comments
1
Sébastien Ogier
 8' 09.6
2
Daniel Sordo
 +01.4
3
Andreas Mikkelsen
 +05.9
4
Stéphane Lefebvre
 +05.9
5
Mads Østberg
 +11.5
6
Ott Tänak
 +19.7
7
Teemu Suninen
 +22.1
8
Elfyn Evans
 +22.9
9
Esapekka Lappi
 +23.0
10
Yoann Bonato
 +24.2
11
Armin Kremer
 +24.2
12
José Antonio Suárez
 +26.5
13
Matthieu Margaillan
 +27.0
14
Quentin Gilbert
 +30.6
15
Simone Tempestini
 +32.6
16
Felice Re
 +35.6
17
Quentin Giordano
 +40.2
18
Hubert Ptaszek
 +42.2
19
François Delecour
 +43.1
20
Lambros Arthanassoulas
 +49.1
21
Fabio Andolfi
 +58.1
22
Hayden Paddon
 +58.9
23
Martin Koci
 +01' 06.1
24
Benoît Vaillant
 +01' 07.3
25
Thierry Neuville
 +01' 07.6
26
Jean-Michel Raoux
 +01' 09.3
27
Luca Rossetti
 +01' 10.5
28
Ole Christian Veiby
 +01' 11.5
29
Damiano De Tommaso
 +01' 12.5
30
Olivier Courtois
 +01' 15.1
31
Francisco Cima
 +01' 15.1
32
Jordan Berfa
 +01' 15.4
33
Manuel Villa
 +01' 16.3
34
Marvin Sorin
 +01' 17.9
35
Vincent Dubert
 +01' 20.6
36
MIchaël Burri
 +01' 22.7
37
Renaud Dolce
 +01' 24.1
38
Tomasz Gryc
 +01' 25.1
39
Eamonn Boland
 +01' 27.8
40
Enrico Brazzoli
 +01' 28.2
41
Christophe Ganguet
 +01' 31.6
42
Max Vatanen
 +01' 35.8
43
Ratislav Chvala
 +01' 36.4
44
Stéphane Metiffiot
 +01' 37.3
45
Slawomir Ogryzek
 +01' 38.7
46
Alain Foulon
 +01' 39.2
47
Henk Vossen
 +01' 48.6
48
Lilian Vialle
 +01' 49.5
49
Michel Fabre
 +01' 50.6
50
Thibaut Poizot
 +01' 52.0
51
Maximilian Koch
 +01' 52.2
52
Christopher Garcin
 +01' 53.5
53
Maurice Brera
 +01' 58.9
54
Igor Giusti
 +02' 01.7
55
Gianluca Maria Cali
 +02' 02.4
56
Nicolas Renchet
 +02' 06.4
57
Julien Villard
 +02' 34.7
58
Stéphane Brunier
 +02' 52.9
59
Damien Oberti
 +10' 41.0
60
Marc Dessi
 +12' 41.0
61
Claude Bensimon
 +12' 41.0
62
Ricardo Triviño
 +12' 41.0
63
Eric Filippi
 +12' 41.0
64
Thierry Bousquet
 +12' 41.0
 

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