WRC Rallye Monte Carlo: Entry list published for 2016 season opener

Entry list for Rallye Monte Carlo released, 15 drivers to compete in WRC cars, Elfyn Evans to pilot a M-Sport WRT Ford Fiesta R5
The official entry list for Rallye Monte Carlo, the opening round of the 2016 FIA World Rally Championship, was published this week.

It includes just over 90 competitors in total, with 15 in World Rally Cars, including Sebastien Ogier, Jari-Matti Latvala, Andreas Mikkelsen, Thierry Neuville, Dani Sordo, Hayden Paddon, Mads Ostberg, Kris Meeke, Ott Tanak and Robert Kubica.

Meanwhile there will be 17 runners in WRC2 - with Elfyn Evans in a Fiesta R5 after being dropped from the M-Sport WRT line-up, although his car will still be run by the Cumbrian outfit - and 9 in WRC3.

The notable entries set to take in the event from January 22-24, are as follows:

1. Sebastien Ogier Volkswagen Motorsport Polo R WRC M
2. Jari-Matti Latvala Volkswagen Motorsport Polo R WRC M
3. Thierry Neuville Hyundai Motorsport i20 WRC M
4. Dani Sordo Hyundai Motorsport i20 WRC M
5. Mads Ostberg M-Sport WRT Ford Fiesta RS WRC M
6. Eric Camilli M-Sport WRT Ford Fiesta RS WRC M
7. Kris Meeke Abu Dhabi WRT DS 3 WRC
8. Stephane Lefebvre Abu Dhabi WRT DS 3 WRC
9. Andreas Mikkelsen Volkswagen Motorsport II Polo R WRC T
12. Ott Tanak Drive DMACK WRT Ford Fiesta RS WRC T
16. Robert Kubica Ford Fiesta RS WRC
17. Bryan Bouffier M-Sport WRT Ford Fiesta RS WRC T
18. Felice Re Citroen DS 3 WRC
20. Hayden Paddon Hyundai Motorsport N i20 WRC T
37. Lorenzo Bertelli FWRT srl Ford Fiesta RS WRC T


35. Elfyn Evans M-Sport WRT Ford Fiesta R5 WRC2

The full entry list can be viewed below – just click on the Tweet.

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Thierry Neuville, Nicolas Gilsoul (Hyundai i20 WRC, #7 Hyundai Motorsport)

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