23 October 2011 Sebastien Loeb wins in Spain and re-takes the outright lead in the drivers’ championship; Mikko Hirvonen takes the runners-up spot, after Jari-Matti Latvala purposely picked up a penalty.
02 October 2011 Citroen's Sebastien Ogier wins in France, 6.3 seconds up on Dani Sordo's MINI; Petter Solberg was third, but was later excluded when his car was found to be underweight.
11 September 2011 Mikko Hirvonen wins in Australia and heads home a Ford 1-2, after Jari-Matti Latvala purposely slows in the penultimate stage to allow his team-mate in front; Petter Solberg is third.
21 August 2011 Sebastien Ogier wins Rallye Deutschland and puts an end to Sebastien Loeb's German reign; Loeb has to settle for the runners-up spot with Dani Sordo completing the podium.
30 July 2011 Sebastien Loeb wins in Finland for the second time; Jari-Matti Latvala takes the runners-up spot, 8.1 seconds adrift; Sebastien Ogier completes the podium.
19 June 2011 Sebastien Ogier takes his third victory of the season in Greece - and wins the Power Stage; Sebastien Loeb has to settle for the runners-up spot with Mikko Hirvonen third. 
29 May 2011 Sebastien Loeb takes the win in Argentina, 2.4s up on Mikko Hirvonen; Sebastien Ogier ends up third after rolling in SS16 this morning and damaging his car. 
08 May 2011 Sebastien Loeb wins Rally Italia Sardegna and beats Mikko Hirvonen by 11.2 seconds; Petter Solberg takes third and his first podium of the season. 
16 April 2011 Sebastien Ogier wins the Jordan Rally - edging out Jari-Matti Latvala by just 0.2 seconds; Sebastien Loeb completes the podium.
27 March 2011 Sebastien Ogier wins Rally de Portugal – finishing 31.8 seconds up on Sebastien Loeb; Jari-Matti Latvala completes the podium ahead of Mikko Hirvonen and Matt Wilson. 
06 March 2011 Sebastien Loeb wins Rally Mexico – finishing 1 minute 38.4 seconds up on Mikko Hirvonen; Jari-Matti Latvala completes the podium ahead of Petter Solberg and Mads Ostberg. 
13 February 2011 Mikko Hirvonen wins Rally Sweden – finishing 6.5 seconds up on Mads Ostberg; Jari-Matti Latvala completes the podium ahead of Sebastien Ogier and Petter Solberg. 
22 January 2011 Bryan Bouffier wins Rallye Monte Carlo – 32.5s up on Freddy Loix; Petter Solberg retires from seventh with an alternator failure stopping his car 13 kilometres from the finish.
14 November 2010 Sebastien Loeb wins Wales Rally GB – finishing 19.1 seconds up on Petter Solberg; Jari-Matti Latvala completes the podium to secure P2 in the drivers’ championship. 
24 October 2010 Citroen's Sebastien Loeb wins in Spain and takes his seventh win of the season – finishing 35.3 seconds up on Petter Solberg; Dani Sordo completes the podium.
03 October 2010 Final results for the 2010 Rallye de France. 
12 September 2010 Citroen's Sebastien Ogier takes the victory in Japan, finishing 15.7 seconds up on Petter Solberg; Jari-Matti Latvala completes the podium. 
22 August 2010 Sebastien Loeb takes victory on Rallye Deutschland once again dominating the Trier-based event; Dani Sordo and Sebastien Ogier complete the podium to give Citroen a 1-2-3 finish. 
31 July 2010 Jari-Matti Latvala takes the victory on Rally Finland, much to the delight of the home crowd; Sebastien Ogier secures P2, 10.1 seconds adrift, while Sebastien Loeb completes the podium. 
11 July 2010 Sebastien Loeb takes a comfortable win on Rally Bulgaria, having held top spot throughout; Dani Sordo hangs to secure P2 and finishes 6.8 seconds up on Petter Solberg.