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Jordan Rally WRC: Result
Sebastien Loeb wins the Jordan Rally, round three in the 2010 WorldRally Championship; Jari-Matti Latvala has to settle for second,followed by Petter Solberg and Dani Sordo; Matt Wilson completes thetop five.

Overall standings after Stage 21 / Day 3 (Top 20):

1. Sebastien Loeb        Citroen Total WRT C4 WRC                3hours 51mins 35.9secs M
2. Jari-Matti Latvala        BP Ford Abu Dhabi Focus RS WRC         +00mins 35.8secs M
3. Petter Solberg        PSWRT Citroen C4 WRC                +01mins 11.8secs A8
4. Dani Sordo                Citroen Total WRT C4 WRC                +01mins 49.3secs M
5. Matthew Wilson        Stobart VK Ford Focus WRC                +08mins 24.3secs A8
6. Sebastien Ogier        Citroen Junior Team C4 WRC                +10mins 26.4secs M
7. Federico Villagra        Munchi's Ford Focus WRC                +11mins 28.0secs M
8. Kimi RaikkonenCitroen Junior Team C4 WRC                +12mins 31.0secs M
9. Henning Solberg        Stobart VK Ford Focus WRC                +14mins 08.6secs M
10. Xavier Pons                Ford Fiesta S2000                        +18mins 33.9secs S

11. Patrik Flodin        Subaru Impreza Sti                        +19mins 07.0secs P
12. Armindo Araujo        Mitsubishi Lancer Evo X                        +21mins 03.6secs P
13. Yazeed Al Rajhi        Peugeot 207 S2000                        +22mins 50.3secs
14. Eyvind Brynildsen        Skoda Fabia S2000                        +30mins 25.9secs S
15. Nicholai Georgiou        Mitsubishi Lancer Evo X                        +37mins 25.4secs P
16. P-G Andersson        Skoda Fabia S2000                        +37mins 31.3secs S
17. Spyros Pavlides        Subaru Impreza Sti                        +38mins 18.9secs P
18. Nasser Al-Attiyah        Skoda Fabia S2000                        +39mins 50.1secs S
19. Amjad Farrah        Subaru Impreza Sti                        +41mins 24.5secs P
20. Mikko Hirvonen        BP Ford Abu Dhabi Focus RS WRC         +46mins 33.5secs M*


SWRC Standings after Stage 21 / Day 3 (Top 3):

1. Xavier Pons                Ford Fiesta S2000        4hours 10mins 09.8secs S
2. Eyvind Brynildsen        Skoda Fabia S2000        +11mins 52.0secs S
3. P-G Andersson        Skoda Fabia S2000        +18mins 57.4secs S
4. Nasser Al-Attiyah        Skoda Fabia S2000        +21mins 16.2secs S
5. Patrik Sandell         Skoda Fabia S2000        +41mins 40.2secs S
6. Jari Ketomaa                Ford Fiesta S2000        +54mins 19.5secs S
        

PWRC Standings after Stage 21 / Day 3 (Top 3):

1. Patrik Flodin                Subaru Impreza Sti        4hours 10mins 42.9secs P
2. Armindo Araujo        Mitsubishi Lancer Evo X         +01mins 56.6secs P
3. Nicholai Georgiou        Mitsubishi Lancer Evo X +18mins 18.4secs P
4. Spyros Pavlides        Subaru Impreza Sti        +19mins 11.9secs P
5. Amjad Farrah        Subaru Impreza Sti        +22mins 17.5secs P
6. Rui Wang                 Subaru Impreza Sti        +27mins 31.9secs P
7. Paulo Nobre                Mitsubishi Lancer Evo X +44mins 29.1secs P


Notable retirements:

SS8. Mikko Hirvonen        BP Ford Abu Dhabi Focus RS WRC         Off the road M*
SS14. Bernardo Sousa        Ford Fiesta S2000        Excluded S
SS14. Martin Semerad         Mitsubishi Lancer Evo IX Accident P
SS14. Reijo Muhonen        Mitsubishi Lancer Evo X Retired P
SS16. Michal Kosciuszko Ford Fiesta S2000        Retired S
SS20. Janne Tuohino        Ford Fiesta S2000        Retired S

* denotes able to re-join under the SupeRally.


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Kimi Raikkonen and Kaj Lindstrom, Citroën C4 WRC, Citroën Junior Team
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Sbastien Loeb and Daniel Elena, Citroën C4, Citroën Total World Rally Team
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Loeb sails to Rally Jordan victory

Sebastien Loeb held his ground as the leader coming into the final day of the World Rally Championship's third round in Jordan, but he was the first out on the road. In order to not be the sweeper, leaving a clean track for his rivals, the team Citroen WRT team elected to play a tactical game to incur a driver penalty this morning. It worked and the six-time champion did not make any errors as he and long-time navigator Daniel Elena sailed to the Rally Jordan victory; extending their points lead for this year's crown.

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Sbastien Loeb and Daniel Elena, Citroën C4, Citroën Total World Rally Team. Photo by xpb.cc.

       

"I'm delighted to have won such a tough rally," smiled Loeb. "Our second victory in three events has helped us to open up a twenty-five point gap, the equivalent of a victory, over the second-paced driver. We can now tackle the next rally in a reasonably relaxed frame of mind."

While the Citroen WRT driver and Elena had no problems on their way to land their 56th WRC win; however the Citroen Junior Team had a costly mistake which kept Sebastien Ogier and Julien Ingrassia off the podium. After two earlier days of a brilliant drive, the young guns were looking at a possible second place finish but an electronic control unit malfunctioned while at first service park today, costing the team a five minute delay.

"We asked Sebastien Ogier to check in early to sweep the road," explained Olivier Quesnel, the Citroen Racing team principal. "We had a technical problem with his car in the service park, which dashed his hopes of a podium. We reckoned that this strategy would give Sebastien Loeb a better chance of defending his first place."

At the time, Ogier, who was the sweeper, was 4.2 seconds adrift of Loeb but only two-tenths of a second ahead of BP Ford's Jari-Matti Latvala, at the end of SS17, the first run of the Baptism Site. That opened the door wide for the leg one leader, Latvala to take his Ford Focus to second in the final results. Privateer driver and former WRC champion Petter Solberg placed his Citroen on the podium in third.

The contest that was close on the hot desert along the historic Jordan River and Dead Sea opened up with larger gaps across the final eight stages today. Loeb's margin over Latvala was nearly 36 seconds while the Finn edge the Norwegian by 36 seconds.

Latvala has now taken over second in the points on his birthday! The Finn did take two stage wins today and said at the end of the final leg, "It's a much better birthday than last year when I thought I might die after crashing and rolling 200 metres down a hillside in Portugal," he said. "Second is a great result, although I felt a little disappointed this morning when I realised I wouldn't be able to win. I kept the pressure on in case he made a mistake and I could capitalise, but I also had to stay relaxed."

Past WRC champion Solberg is pleased on his decision to campaign a privateer Citroen this year. Today he added to his and Phil Mills WRC stage wins with one today, SS15 -- the second special on the final day -- and they now sit fourth in the 2010 standings.

"It feels good to be on the podium again, and I'm very pleased for both my team and my sponsors," Solberg said. "The rally went well, except for that two stages yesterday, were I really struggled to find the grip. I had the perfect car, and I'm very happy to be able to be up there and fight for fastest times."

While the top three celebrated, the heartbreak racers were reflected on what went wrong. Ogier ended sixth overall -- two minutes off Loeb's pace but the Spaniard did land the final stage win. Ford's Mikko Hirvonen not only had to use the SuperRally rule after a crash yesterday but he also ended 20th and therefore no points which could cost him dearly in this year's run for the gold. He slipped down in the standings to third with 37 points with Loeb in command with 68.

"We managed to have an excellent weekend by stringing together some good performances without making mistakes," said Ogier. "We're making progress with every rally we contest. I'm very pleased generally with the way that our rally has gone. We've proved that we were capable of fighting at the front."

Hirvonen commented, "It was a disappointing weekend. I made a silly mistake but that was going to happen at some point. I just wish it hadn't happened here this weekend. It's unlike me and I want the old Mikko back. The team did a good job of repairing my car and today I drove carefully, checking my pace notes and taking no risks. It's not the same as when you are fighting for victory and attacking because it's hard to keep the rhythm. The roads were extremely slippery and the most technical of the rally."

With Dani Sordo placing the second Citroen WRT in fourth, Citroen now holds the edge in the Manufacturers' Championship with 101 to BP Ford's 87. Sordo was aiming for second behind his teammate but the Spaniard was still pleased with the final outcome after admitting in the early runs that he was "not confident".

Adding to the delight of Citroen, the former Formula One champion Kimi Raikkonen with the very experience navigator Kaj Lindstrom placed eighth, handing the Finn his first points in World Rally competition. Raikkonen is campaigning this year for the Junior Team. After a rough beginning in the first two WRC events, Raikkonen expressed on Thursday and Friday that he was glad to still be running in the event.

Today, the Finn said, "It was an extremely difficult rally with the most complex special stages I have ever had to drive. But we eventually achieved our objective of getting to the finish without making any big mistakes. I'm feeling more comfortable in the Citroen C4 WRC every day. "

It was not a total wipe out for Ford or their teams. Latavala moved to second in the points with 43. Matthew Wilson ended fifth and Federico Villagra was seventh.
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Post time 6-4-2010 09:46 AM | Show all posts
ooooooooooo ade thread kimi....

aku tak perasan....

ade jadual rally tak... aku tak tau bape kali depa race...

kat mane race pun aku tak tau....
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Post time 6-4-2010 10:07 AM | Show all posts
aku pun tak tahu rally ni...

tapi kadang2 layang jugak kat astro.
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5# akughi

woi, ni thread rally la bukan thread kimi

nanti aku carik jadual wrc & aprc utk tahun ni
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Post time 6-4-2010 11:15 AM | Show all posts
cantik..... boleh la layan tika boring...

tapi rally boring coz hanya catat masa terpantas je... tak ada kejar mengejar
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cantik..... boleh la layan tika boring...

tapi rally boring coz hanya catat masa terpantas je... tak ada kejar mengejar
Yo-Ya Post at 6-4-2010 11:15 AM


besanya hanya highlight je yg ditayang tapi kekadang ada jugak live tapi jarang la sebab rally kan besa 2 hari

kalu ko tgk sbenarnya best jugak tapi kalu lelama boring le sebab takde close wheel to wheel racing
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aku tgk trak rally... kalo kat celah celah cerun

ke atau byk lompat lompat aku layan la...
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Post Last Edit by ShadowChaser at 6-4-2010 12:05

2010 World Rally Championship calendar

                       Date         Country          Event                           Support Category
February       12-14             SWE             Swedish Rally                PWRC
March           05-07             MEX              Rally Mexico                  PWRC
April             01-03             JOR              Jordan Rally                   PWRC
April             16-18             TUR              Rally of Turkey               JWRC
May              07-09             NZL              Rally of New Zealand       PWRC
May              28-30             PRT              Rallye de Portugal           JWRC
July              08-10+           BGR             Bulgaria Rally                  JWRC
July              29-31              FIN              Rally Finland                   PWRC
August         20-22             DEU              Rallye Deutschland         PWRC/JWRC
September    10-12             JPN               Rally Japan                    PWRC
October        01-03             FRA              Rallye de France             PWRC/JWRC
October        22-24             ESP              Rally de Espana              JWRC
November     12-14             GBR              Rally of Great Britian       PWRC
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Rally Sweden WRC: Result

Overall standings after SS21 / Day 3 (Top 20):

1. Mikko Hirvonen BP Ford Abu Dhabi Focus RS WRC 03hours 09mins 30.4secs M
2. Sebastien Loeb Citroen Total WRT C4 WRC +00mins 42.3secs M
3. Jari-Matti Latvala BP Ford Abu Dhabi Focus RS WRC +01mins 15.4secs M
4. Dani Sordo Citroen Total WRT C4 WRC +02mins 41.6secs M
5. Sebastien Ogier Citroen Junior Team C4 WRC +04mins 15.3secs M
6. Henning Solberg Stobart VK Ford Focus WRC +05mins 53.4secs M
7. Matthew Wilson Stobart VK Ford Focus WRC +07mins 53.9secs A8
8. Mads Ostberg Adapta Subaru Impreza WRC +09mins 22.2secs M
9. Petter Solberg PSWRT Citroen C4 WRC +10mins 17.5secs A8
10. PG Andersson Skoda Fabia S2000 +12mins 18.9secs S

11. Andreas Mikkelsen Ford Fiesta S2000 +12mins 44.2secs
12. Janne Tuohino Ford Fiesta S2000 +13mins 06.2secs S
13. Khalid Al-Qassimi BP Ford Abu Dhabi Focus RS WRC +14mins 26.6secs
14. Martin Prokop Ford Fiesta S2000 +15mins 15.3secs S
15. Patrik Sandell Skoda Fabia S2000 +16mins 49.0secs S
16. Eyvind Brynildsen Skoda Fabia S2000 +17mins 06.9secs S
17. Peter van Merksteijn Jr Ford Focus RS WRC +17mins 49.6secs
18. Patrik Flodin Subaru Impreza +18mins 34.3secs P
19. Bernardo Sousa Ford Fiesta S2000 +19mins 24.5secs S
20. Anders Grondal Subaru Impreza +19mins 47.4secs P


Other:

21. Marcus Gronholm Stobart VK Ford Focus WRC +23mins 30.8secs M
30. Kimi Raikkonen Citroen Junior Team C4 WRC +38mins 37.2secs M

SWRC Standings after SS21 / Day 3:

1. PG Andersson Skoda Fabia S2000 03hours 21mins 49.3secs S
2. Janne Tuohino Ford Fiesta S2000 +00mins 47.3secs S
3. Martin Prokop Ford Fiesta S2000 +02mins 56.4secs S
4. Patrik Sandell Skoda Fabia S2000 +04mins 30.1secs S
5. Eyvind Brynildsen Skoda Fabia S2000 +04mins 48.0secs S
6. Bernardo Sousa Ford Fiesta S2000 +07mins 05.6secs S
7. Per-Arne Saav Skoda Fabia S2000 +17mins 39.4secs S


PWRC Standings after SS21 / Day 3:

1. Patrik Flodin Subaru Impreza 03hours 28mins 04.7secs P
2. Anders Grondal Subaru Impreza +01mins 13.1secs P
3. Armindo Araujo Mitsubishi Lancer Evo X +05mins 04.9secs P
4. Fabio Frisiero Mitsubishi Lancer Evo IX +16mins 41.5secs P
5. Martin Semerad Mitsubishi Lancer Evo IX +21mins 47.8secs P
6. Reijo Muhonen Mitusbishi Lancer Evo X +25mins 25.3secs P
7. Gianluca Linari Subaru Impreza +42mins 58.6secs P
8. Paulo Nobre Mitusbishi Lancer Evo X +51mins 58.1secs P

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Rally Mexico WRC: Result

Overall standings after Day 3 (Top 20):

1. Sebastien Loeb Citroen Total WRT C4 WRC 03hours 42mins 41.7secs M
2. Petter Solberg PSWRT Citroen C4 WRC +00mins 24.2secs A8
3. Sebastien Ogier Citroen Junior Team C4 WRC +00mins 25.3secs M
4. Mikko Hirvonen BP Ford Abu Dhabi Focus RS WRC +01mins 47.5secs M
5. Jari-Matti Latvala BP Ford Abu Dhabi Focus RS WRC +02mins 15.1secs M
6. Henning Solberg Stobart VK Ford Focus WRC +02mins 48.0secs M
7. Federico Villagra Munchi's Ford Focus WRC +10mins 13.4secs M
8. Xavier Pons Ford Fiesta S2000 +18mins 44.4secs S
9. Martin Prokop Ford Fiesta S2000 +19mins 02.0secs S
10. Armindo Araujo Mitsubishi Lancer Evo X +21mins 32.5secs P

11. Toshi Arai Subaru Impreza Sti N15 +24mins 49.2secs P
12. Nicolas Fuchs Mitsubishi Lancer Evo IX +27mins 39.9secs
13. Miguel Angel Baldoni Mitsubishi Lancer Evo X +30mins 45.5secs P
14. Dani Sordo Citroen Total WRT C4 WRC +39mins 52.4secs M
15. Matthew Wilson Stobart VK Ford Focus WRC +43mins 17.2secs M
16. Gianluca Linari Subaru Impreza Sti +43mins 35.2secs P
17. Benito Guerra Mitsubishi Lancer Evo IX +45mins 42.1secs P
18. Michel Jourdain Mitsubishi Lancer Evo X +45mins 59.1secs N4
19. Ken Block Monster WRT Ford Focus WRC +46mins 50.3secs A8
20. Michal Kosciuszko Ford Fiesta S2000 +52mins 21.2secs S


SWRC Standings after Day 3:

1. Xavier Pons Ford Fiesta S2000 4hours 01mins 26.1secs S
2. Martin Prokop Ford Fiesta S2000 +00mins 17.6secs S
3. Michal Kosciuszko Ford Fiesta S2000 +33mins 36.8secs S
4. Eyvind Brynildsen Skoda Fabia S2000 +34mins 06.2secs S
5. Albert Llovera Fiat Abarth Grande Punto S2000 +37mins 05.6secs S


PWRC Standings after Day 3:

1. Armindo Araujo Mitsubishi Lancer Evo X 04hours 04mins 14.2secs P
2. Toshi Arai Subaru Impreza Sti N15 +03mins 16.7secs P
3. Miguel Angel Baldoni Mitsubishi Lancer Evo X +09mins 13.0secs P
4. Gianluca Linari Subaru Impreza Sti +22mins 02.7secs P
5. Benito Guerra Mitsubishi Lancer Evo IX +24mins 09.6secs P


Notable retirements:

SS7. Kimi Raikkonen Citroen Junior Team C4 WRC Rolled M

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Standings after Rally Jordan

Drivers' Championship:

1.          Sebastien Loeb          68
2.         Jari-Matti Latvala         43
3.         Mikko Hirvonen           37
4.         Petter Solberg            35
5.         Sebastien Ogier          33
6.         Dani Sordo                24
7.         Henning Solberg         18
8.         Matthew Wilson          16
9.         Federico Villagra         12
10.         Xavi Pons                  5
11.         Mads Ostberg            4
12.         Kimi Raikkonen          4
13.         Martin Prokop            2
14.         P-G Andersson          1
15.         Armindo Araujo         1

Manufacturers' Championship:

1.         Citroen Total World Rally Team                101
2.         BP Ford Abu Dhabi World Rally Team         87
3.         Citroen Junior Team                                48
4.         Stobart M-Sport Ford Rally Team              44
5.         Munchi's Ford World Rally Team                16
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Post Last Edit by ShadowChaser at 6-4-2010 12:20

Meet The Champion


Sbastien Loeb

Sbastien Loeb, Lgion d'honneur (born 26 February 1974) is a French rally driver currently driving for the Citroën Total World Rally Team in the World Rally Championship. He is a six-time world champion and holds the record for most wins in the series and most - and tied second most - consecutive wins in a rally season with 6 & 5 (multiple times) respectively.

Originally a gymnast, Loeb switched to rallying in 1995 and won the Junior World Rally Championship in 2001. Signed by the Citroën factory team for the 2002 season, he and co-driver Daniel Elena took their debut WRC win that same year at the Rallye Deutschland. After finishing runner-up to Petter Solberg by one point in 2003, Loeb took his first drivers' title in 2004. Continuing with Citroën, he went on to take a record sixth consecutive world title in 2009.

Besides his success in rallying, Loeb is a three-time winner at the Race of Champions, after taking home the Henri Toivonen Memorial Trophy and the title "Champion of Champions" in 2003, 2005 and 2008. In 2004, he won the Nations' Cup for France with Jean Alesi. In 2006, he finished second in the 24 Hours of Le Mans.

World Rally Championship record
Nationality                French
Active years                1999 C present
Teams                        Citroën, Kronos Citroën
Rallies                        128
Championships           6 (2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009)
Rally wins                   56
Podium finishes           85
Stage wins                  671
Total points                851
First rally                    1999 Rally Catalunya
First win                     2002 Rallye Deutschland

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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 Author| Post time 6-4-2010 12:21 PM | Show all posts
oit banyak dah aku tepek, mana tacangnya
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Post time 6-4-2010 02:22 PM | Show all posts
16# ShadowChaser
minta la mod lain bagi credit
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17# weta_studio

manada dah mod lain kat sini
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Post time 6-4-2010 03:11 PM | Show all posts
April             16-18             TUR              Rally of Turkey               JWRC


tak silap aku trak turki ni best
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18# ShadowChaser

weta sindir la tu... cepatkan permohonan dia untuk jadi mod
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