WRC » Henning Solberg


Henning Solberg

Career

Current co-driver: Ilka Minor / Stéphane Prévot.

Achievements:

2011 World Rally Championship with the M-Sport Stobart Ford World Rally Team - expected to do all events (using the new Ford Fiesta RS WRC).

2010 World Rally Championship with the Stobart M-Sport Ford Rally Team (used a Focus RS WRC car on all the events - except the four on asphalt). 8th in drivers', 45 points. Results: 6th in Sweden, 6th in Mexico, 9th in Jordan, 25th in Turkey, 7th in New Zealand, retired in Portugal, 10th in Bulgaria (Fiesta S2000), retired in Finland (accident), 37th in Germany (Fiesta S2000), 7th in Japan, 9th in France (Fiesta S2000), 8th in Spain (Fiesta S2000), 6th in Britain.

Cato Menkerud dropped prior to the 2010 season and replaced by Ilka Minor.

2009 World Rally Championship with the Stobart VK M-Sport Ford Rally Team. 6th in drivers', 33 points. Results: 4th in Ireland, 4th in Norway, 18th in Cyprus, 5th in Portugal, 3rd in Argentina, 8th in Sardinia, 15th in Greece, 3rd in Poland, 30th in Finland (under SupeRally - suspension problem on day 2), 7th in Australia, 9th in Spain, 5th in Britain.

2008 World Rally Championship with the Stobart VK M-Sport / Munchi's Ford WRT. 8th in drivers' standings, 22 points. Results: 9th on the Monte, 13th in Sweden, 5th in Mexico (under Munchi's banner), retired in Argentina, 4th in Jordan, 7th in Sardinia (under Munchi's banner), 8th in Greece, 5th in Turkey, 5th in Finland, 7th in Germany (scored first ever points on asphalt), 9th in NZ (under Munchi's banner), 11th in Spain, 15th in France, retired in Japan (under Munchi's banner), retired in Wales (suspension).

2007 World Rally Championship with the Stobart VK M-Sport Ford Rally Team. 6th in drivers'. Scored 34 points. Results: 14th on Monte, 4th in Sweden, 3rd in Norway, 9th in Mexico, 11th in Portugal, 5th in Argentina, 4th in Sardinia, 5th in Greece, 5th in Finland, 13th in Germany, 9th in NZ, 10th in Spain, 9th in France, 3rd in Japan, 16th in Ireland, 14th in GB.

2006 World Rally Championship with OMV Peugeot Norway (Bozian Racing). 8th in drivers' championship. Scored 25 points. 12 events only - missed Spain, France, Germany and Japan. Results: retired on Monte, 8th in Sweden, 5th in Mexico, 7th in Argentina (dropped down from 5th after clutch failure on last test), retired in Sardinia (went off the road), 5th in Greece, 4th in Finland, 6th in Cyprus, 3rd in Turkey (first WRC podium), retired in Australia (went off the road), 12th in NZ, 11th in GB.

Won the WRC candidate event in Norway.

2005 World Rally Championship - Ford Focus WRC (M-Sport). 14th in drivers' championship. Scored 9 points. Competed on seven events. Results: 5th in Sweden, 15th in Sardinia, 4th in Cyprus, 11th in Turkey, retired in Greece, 9th in Finland, 10th in GB.

2004 World Rally Championship - Peugeot 206 WRC (Bozian). 19th in drivers' championship. Scored 3 points. Competed on seven events. Results: 6th in Sweden, retired in NZ, retired in Cyprus, retired in Turkey, 10th in Finland, 11th in GB, retired in Sardinia.

2003 World Rally Championship - Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 6. Competed on two events. Results: retired in Sweden, retired in Finland.

Won the KNA Rally Finnskog Norway.

2002 World Rally Championship - Toyota Corolla WRC. Competed on two events. Results: 13th in Sweden, retired in Finland.

Won the Rally Finnskog Norway.
Won the South Swedish Rally.
2nd on the E.O.S. Rally.

2001 World Rally Championship - Toyota Corolla WRC / Subaru Impreza. Competed on four events. Results: retired in Sweden, retired in Portugal, retired in Finland, 13th in GB.

Retired on the Rally Finnskog Norway.
Retired on the South Swedish Rally.

2000 World Rally Championship - Ford Escort WRC / Toyota Corolla WRC. Competed on four events. Results: retired in Sweden, retired in Portugal, retired in Finland, 14th in GB.

Won the Rally Finnskog Norway.

1999 World Rally Championship - Ford Escort WRC. One event. Retired on Rally GB.

Won the Rally Finnskog Norway.
Retired on the Rally di San Marino
Retired on the Rali Vinho da Madeira.

1998 World Rally Championship - debut in Sweden in a Toyota Celica GT-Four. Finished 12th.

4th on the Rally Finnskog Norway.
3rd on the South Swedish Rally.

1997 Third on the Rally Finnskog Norway.

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