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IRC: Rallye Monte Carlo: SS2.

SS2 - La Motte Chalancon-St-Nazaire le Désert (23.27 km): Sarrazin fastest through SS2; Basso second; Kopecky third; Hanninen fourth; Ogier fifth; Loix sixth; Hanninen leads overall by 16.2 seconds.


Top ten stage times for SS2:

1. Stephane Sarrazin Team Peugeot Total 207 S2000 14mins 28.2secs N4
2. Giandomenico Basso Abarth Grande Punto S2000 +00mins 13.3secs N4
3. Jan Kopecky Skoda Motorsport Fabia S2000 +00mins 36.8secs N4
4. Juho Hanninen Skoda Motorsport Fabia S2000 +00mins 37.8secs N4
5. Sebastien Ogier BF Goodrich Peugeot 207 S2000 +00mins 40.5secs N4
6. Freddy Loix Peugeot Team Belux 207 S2000 +00mins 43.9secs N4
7. Kris Meeke Peugeot UK 207 S2000 +00mins 50.6secs N4
8. Toni Gardemeister Astra Fiat Grande Punto S2000 +00mins 52.5secs N4
9. Nicolas Vouilloz Peugeot Team Belux 207 S2000 +00mins 58.9secs N4
10. Olivier Burri Abarth Grande Punto S2000 +00mins 59.4secs N4


Top 15 overall times after SS2:

1. Juho Hanninen Skoda Motorsport Fabia S2000 37mins 31.2secs N4
2. Stephane Sarrazin Team Peugeot Total 207 S2000 +00mins 16.2secs N4
3. Nicolas Vouilloz Peugeot Team Belux 207 S2000 +00mins 18.8secs N4
4. Sebastien Ogier BF Goodrich Peugeot 207 S2000 +00mins 25.0secs N4
5. Toni Gardemeister Astra Fiat Grande Punto S2000 +00mins 28.7secs N4
6. Giandomenico Basso Abarth Grande Punto S2000 +00mins 53.2secs N4
7. Freddy Loix Peugeot Team Belux 207 S2000 +00mins 54.7secs N4
8. Kris Meeke Peugeot UK 207 S2000 +01mins 06.3secs N4
9. Franz Wittmann Mitsubishi Lancer Evo IX +02mins 06.7secs N4
10. Anton Alen Abarth Grande Punto S2000 +02mins 23.5secs N4
11. Luca Betti Renault Clio +02mins 29.2secs A7
12. Olivier Burri Abarth Grande Punto S2000 +02mins 59.9secs N4
13. Stephane Cornu Citroen C2 R2 +03mins 42.0secs A6
14. Patrik Artru Mitsubishi Lancer Evo IX +03mins 49.5secs N4
= Andrej Jereb Peugeot 207 S2000 +03mins 49.5secs N4


Notable retirements:

SS1. Luca Rossetti Abarth Grande Punto S2000 Accident. N4
SS1. Didier Auriol Peugeot 207 S2000 Lost wheel. N4


all times unofficial


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