WRC @ Australia

TimHayosh

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Check your local listings. The international date line thing may have an effect of when they show this one.

Any guesses about the outcome? Peugeot has nothing to lose or gain. Second, third and forth (or for you Moose fans: Forf) are still up for grabs. Only this one and Great Brittain left. A Peugeot 1-2-3 is still very possible; especially the way McRae has been driving.

2002 World Rally Drivers Championship Table


Marcus Gronholm - - 67 Peugeot
Richard Burns - - - 34 Peugeot
Colin McRae - - - 33 Ford
Gilles Panizzi - - - 31 Peugeot
Carlos Sainz - - - 29 Ford
Harri Rovanpera - - 24 Peugeot
Petter Solberg - - - 23 Subaru
Tommi Makinen - - 19 Subaru
Sebastien Loeb - - - 18 Citroen
Markko Martin - - - 12 Ford
Philippe Bugalski - - - 7 Citroen
Thomas Radstrom - - - 4
Juha Kankkunen - - - 2 Hyundai
Toni Gardemeister - - - 2
Alister McRae - - - 2 Mitsubishi
Bruno Thiry - - - 2
Kenneth Eriksson - - - 1
Freddy Loix - - - 1
Jesus Puras - - - 1 Citroen


Happy motoring, Tim
 

TimHayosh

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So much for Panizzi.

Mr. Burns wrapped his car around a tree while testing in Australia. The car for Mr. Panizzi "will no longer be available".

It sucks to be second fiddle...

Happy motoring, Tim
 
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