90. Rallye Automobile de Monte-Carlo 2022

WRC #1WRC2 Open #1WRC2 Junior #1WRC2 Masters #1WRC3 Open #1RGT Cup #1
20. 1. – 23. 1. 2022, Monaco • Automobile Club de Monaco • asphalt - snow 296.03 km • total distance including road sections - 1511.47 km • Other years
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SS17 Briançonnet / Entrevaux 2 [Power Stage] - 14.26 km
- 23. 1. 12:18
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Astier Raphaël
- Vauclare Frédéric

Alpine A110 Rally RGT
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RGT 9:53.686.5
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Delecour François
- Guigonnet J.

Alpine A110 Rally RGT
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RGT 9:57.8+4.2
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85.9
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Guigou Emmanuel
- Bronner Kévin

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RGT 10:07.7+14.1
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Casanova Christophe
- Corvi Dominique

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RGT 10:31.7+38.1
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81.3
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Gobbin Roberto
- Grimaldi Fabio

Abarth 124 Rally RGT
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RGT 11:35.6+1:42.0
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Rada Martin
- Jugas Jaroslav

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RGT 12:00.9+2:07.3
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Crerar Ian
- Racette Élise

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RGT 14:00.9
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Astier Raphaël
- Vauclare Frédéric

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RGT3:19:26.8
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Guigou Emmanuel
- Bronner Kévin

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RGT3:21:34.7
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Delecour François
- Guigonnet J.

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RGT3:25:28.2
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Casanova Christophe
- Corvi Dominique

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RGT3:38:45.3
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81.2
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Rada Martin
- Jugas Jaroslav

Abarth 124 Rally RGT
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RGT3:53:55.7
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Gobbin Roberto
- Grimaldi Fabio

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RGT3:54:52.5
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Crerar Ian
- Racette Élise

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RGT4:23:16.7
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67.5
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10 sec penalty for jumped start included in his stage time
"I feel really happy! I didn't expect so much when I came here, but it was a great fight. Ogier was really fast and I struggled a bit yesterday and even this morning."
"There was a strange noise on the engine at the start and I was disturbed, maybe I released a little early. I can keep my head up. I did my job this weekend and that's the way it is. Well done to the team, it's been a good weekend for the first time with the hybrid."
"It feels amazing. This is the result of 18 months of incredibly hard work by a group of people all the way through Covid, and it's all worth it because this is an absolutely amazing machine."
"I think it was not so hard to improve on! I am really happy with what we can do. It looked so bad in the beginning, but it was nice to be back on the pace. We lost the podium in the beginning of the rally, but the car is working so well."
"Relief! It's been a good weekend in terms of performance and I want to congratulate everyone at M-Sport and Ford Performance because this thing is a weapon and it's going to get better all through the year. Fingers crossed for Craig and Séb now because the team deserves this."
"I gave it everything..."
"I didn't expect so much, but I am so disappointed with myself and yesterday's mistake. It's part of the learning. This experience will only help my future, so I will try to learn from this kind of bad feeling."
"The beginning of the stage was good. It's hard to say, but that felt okay. It's always difficult braking into those hairpins and it's a very fine line with the grip. Everything is okay."
"We just pushed to show what we were capable. The puncture was not planned, but that's the way it is and I can not come back."
"We are so stoked. It's taken a while to get up to speed but I am really happy with that last stage. Fourth overall of all the Rally2 cars is honestly great and we're so happy."
"It's good to have a podium and to score the points because this year we are trying to work towards the championship. It's a really slippery place downhill, but I managed to stay on the road and for me it was important to finish."
"I am speechless. It's amazing. The car was working perfectly all weekend, so we managed it and we won the WRC2 Juniors also. It's our first Monte-Carlo and a podium, so thanks to the team."
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"I couldn't have asked for a better start to the season. Torstein [Eriksen, co-driver] has done so well from the first stage and I am so happy. It can't be better. There were very tricky conditions still, but we managed it quite well."
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