3 June 2001
McRae scores second consecutive victory.
Mäkinen (FIN) 27, Sainz (E) 26, C. McRae (GB) 20, Burns (GB) 15, Rovanperä (FIN) & Auriol (F) 10, Delecour (F) 9, Loix (B) 7, Rådström (S) & Panizzi (F) 6, Gardemeister (FIN) 5, Grönholm 4, Schwarz (D) & Solberg (N) , Arai (J) 3, A. McRae (GB) & Hagstrom (FIN) 1.
FIA World Rally Championship for Manufacturers:
Ford 50, Mitsubishi 47, Subaru 22, Peugeot 20, Hyundai 10, Skoda 7.
FIA World Cup for Drivers of Production Cars:
Pozzo (RA) 27, Trelles (ROU) 20, Stohl (A) 12, Gillet (CH) & Walfridsson (S) & Da Silva 10, Blomqvist (S) 8, others.
FIA Teams Cup (after 3 of 6 rounds):
Hagstrom (FIN) 20, Lundgaard (DK) 10, Bakhashab (SA) 9, Blomqvist (S) & Al Wahaibi (OM) 6, Papadimitriou (GR) & Heat (GB) & Natalie Barratt (GB) 4, Frederic Dor (F) 2.
FIA Super 1600 Cup (this event not counting):
Loeb (F) 10, Basso (I) 6, Fontana (I) 4, Stenshorne (N) 3, Dallavilla (I) 2, Chemin (I) 1.
Next event: June 14-17 2001: Acropolis Rally, Itea, Greece>
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