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.
30 May 2010
Sebastien Ogier secures his maiden win on Rally de Portugal, 7.9 seconds up on Sebastien Loeb; Dani Sordo takes the final spot on the podium and makes it a Citroen 1-2-3.
09 May 2010
Jari-Matti Latvala wins Rally New Zealand snatching victory from Sebastien Ogier in the final test; Sebastien Loeb completes the podium, while Petter Solberg crashes out.
18 April 2010
Sebastien Loeb wins the Rally of Turkey - 54.5secs up on Petter Solberg; Mikko Hirvonen completes the podium followed by Sebastien Ogier and Kimi Raikkonen.
03 April 2010
Sebastien Loeb wins the Jordan Rally - 35.8secs up on Jari-Matti Latvala; Petter Solberg completes the podium followed by Dani Sordo and Matt Wilson.
07 March 2010
Sebastien Loeb wins Rally Mexico, 24.2secs up on Petter Solberg, who edges out Sebastien Ogier for second; Mikko Hirvonen and Jari-Matti Latvala complete the top five.
14 February 2010
Mikko Hirvonen wins Rally Sweden, 42.3 seconds up on Sebastien Loeb; Jari-Matti Latvala completes the podium followed by Dani Sordo and Sebastien Ogier.
25 October 2009
Sebastien Loeb wins the Rally of Great Britain and in the process clinches a record sixth WRC drivers’ title; Mikko Hirvonen has to settle for second, while Dani Sordo takes third.
24 October 2009
Sebastien Loeb remains in the lead on the Rally of Great Britain at the end of day 2, having increased his lead over Mikko Hirvonen to 30.2 seconds.
23 October 2009
Sebastien Loeb leads the Rally of Great Britain at the end of day 1, 5.3 seconds up on championship rival, Mikko Hirvonen; Petter Solberg completes the top three.
04 October 2009
Sebastien Loeb secures victory in Spain to close to within a point of Mikko Hirvonen in the race for the WRC title
03 October 2009
Standings following the second day of Rally de Espana, as Sebastien Loeb hits the front in Spain
02 October 2009
Dani Sordo leads Rally de Espana at the end of day 1, 1.6 secs up on Sebastien Loeb; Mikko Hirvonen completes top three followed by Petter Solberg and Sebastien Ogier...
06 September 2009
Mikko Hirvonen wins Rally Australia after Sebastien Loeb is penalised post-event, dropping the Frenchman to second; Dani Sordo stays third – despite also getting a one minute penalty...
05 September 2009
Sordo leads Rally Australia at the end of day 2 - just 0.1 secs up on both Hirvonen and Loeb; Latvala and Ogier complete the top five...
04 September 2009
Jari-Matti Latvala leads Rally Australia at the end of day 1, 2.2 secs up on Sebastien Ogier; Sebastien Loeb completes top three followed by Dani Sordo and Mikko Hirvonen...
02 August 2009
Mikko Hirvonen wins the Rally Finland - 25.1 secs up on Sebastien Loeb; Jari-Matti Latvala completes the top three followed by Dani Sordo and Matti Rantanen.
01 August 2009
Mikko Hirvonen continues to lead the Rally Finland at the end of day 2 and he now lies over 30 seconds up on Sebastien Loeb; Jari-Matti Latvala completes the top three.
31 July 2009
Mikko Hirvonen heads the pack at the end of day 1 of the Rally Finland; Sebastien Loeb is second, just 3.3 seconds adrift, while Dani Sordo completes the top three.
28 June 2009
Mikko Hirvonen wins in Poland; Dani Sordo inherits the runners-up spot when Jari-Matti Latvala crashes out in the event ending super special; Henning Solberg completes the podium.