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Result - ADAC Rallye Deutschland.


Citroen star Sebastien Loeb wins the ADAC Rallye Deutschland and takes his first ever WRC victory; Richard Burns and Marcus Gronholm take second and third for Peugeot. Ford's Colin McRae is fourth and Bruno Thiry completes the top five.



Overall result after SS23 - Top 30:

1. Sebastien Loeb Citreon Xsara WRC 3hours 47mins 17.3secs
2. Richard Burns Peugeot 206 WRC +00mins 14.3secs
3. Marcus Gronholm Peugeot 206 WRC +01mins 19.1secs
4. Colin McRae Ford Focus RS WRC +03mins 45.3secs
5. Bruno Thiry Peugeot 206 WRC +05mins 18.8secs
6. Markko Martin Ford Focus RS WRC +05mins 33.0secs
7. Tommi Makinen Subaru Impreza WRC +05mins 39.2secs
8. Carlos Sainz Ford Focus RS WRC +06mins 17.0secs
9. Francois Delecour Mitsubishi Lancer Evo WRC +06mins 35.9secs
10. Kenneth Eriksson Skoda Octavia WRC +13mins 34.2secs

11. Cedric Robert Peugeot 206 Super 1600 +22mins 09.3secs
12. Daniel Sola Citroen Saxo Super 1600 +23mins 22.3secs
13. Hermann Gassner Mitsubishi Carisma GT +24mins 03.6secs
14. Simon Jean-Joseph Renault Clio Super 1600 +25mins 25.9secs
15. Andrea Dallavilla Citroen Saxo Super 1600 +26mins 09.7secs
16. Kristian Sohlberg Mitsubishi Lancer Evo +26mins 19.0secs
17. Nikolaus Schelle Suzuki Ignis Super 1600 +26mins 55.5secs
18. Mirco Baldacci Citroen Saxo Super 1600 +28mins 43.7secs
19. Martin Rowe Ford Puma Super 1600 +30mins 10.1secs
20. Kosti Katajamaki Volkswagen Polo Super 1600 +31mins 42.3secs

21. Giadomenico Basso Fiat Punto Super 1600 +32mins 05.7secs
22. Tibor Cserhalmi Skoda Octavia WRC +32mins 23.4secs
23. Christian Chemin Fiat Punto Super 1600 +36mins 31.0secs
24. Sandro Wallenwein Mitsubishi Lancer Evo +36mins 31.1secs
25. Bob Colsoul Mitsubishi Lancer Evo +38mins 42.9secs
26. Henk Vossen Mitsubishi Lancer Evo +39mins 08.8secs
27. Dark Liebehenschel Subaru Impreza +39mins 32.4secs
28. Horst Rotter Opel Astra +42mins 59.2secs
29. Riccardo Errani Subaru Impreza +45mins 24.8secs
30. Niklas Birr Citroen Saxo VTS +48mins 59.1secs


Overall JWRC after SS23 - Top 6:

1. Daniel Sola Citroen Saxo Super 1600 4hours 10mins 39.6secs
2. Andrea Dallavilla Citroen Saxo Super 1600 +02mins 47.4secs
3. Nikolaus Schelle Suzuki Ignis Super 1600 +03mins 33.2secs
4. Mirco Baldacci Citroen Saxo Super 1600 +05mins 20.4secs
5. Martin Rowe Ford Puma Super 1600 +06mins 46.8secs
6. Kosti Katajamaki Volkswagen Polo Super 1600 +08mins 19.0secs


Notable retirements:

SS3. Jesus Puras Citroen Xsara WRC Electrical problem.
SS3. Matthias Kahle Skoda Octavia WRC Electrical problem.
SS4/5. Toshi Arai Subaru Impreza WRC Gearbox.
SS6/7. Alister McRae Mitsubishi Lancer Evo WRC Turbo.
SS9. Freddie Loix Hyundai Accent WRC Lost oil pressure.
SS9. Achim Mörtl Subaru Impreza WRC Hit a tree.
SS10. Philippe Bugalski Citroen Xsara WRC Lost engine oil.
SS10. Armin Schwarz Hyundai Accent WRC Rolled.
SS11/12. Petter Solberg Subaru Impreza WRC Right rear wheel.
SS14/15. Toni Gardemeister Skoda Octavia WRC Evo Went off road.
SS17. Armin Kremer Ford Focus WRC Went off road.
SS19/20. Harri Rovanpera Peugeot 206 WRC Went off road.




Key:

Italics denote Junior World Rally Championship entries.


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