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General information
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Official name: RAS-Ford
Operated by: RAS
Headquarters: Belgium
Regular drivers
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Car nr 7: Francois Delecour
8: Bruno Thiry
Key personnel
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Team manager: Vittorio Reisoli
Chief engineer: Philip Dunabin
Car and tyres
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Car: Ford Escort RS Cosworth
Tyres: Michelin
Sponsors and partners
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Fina, Aprimatic, Giesse Group, Bastos
Season statistics
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Best results: 2nd: Monte Carlo (Francois Delecour)
 2nd: Corsica (Francois Delecour)
Rallies contested: 8 (works entries)
WRC starts: 21 (works entries)
Outright wins: 0 
Podiums: 2 (podiums to starts ratio 9.5 %)
DNF's: 8 (DNF's to starts ratio 38.1 %)
Stage wins: 29
Points scored: 223 (manufacturer championship)
Avg points per rally: 27.9
Entries
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Monte Carlo  


Sweden  



Portugal  



Corsica  



New Zealand  



Australia  


Catalunya  


Great Britain  

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Francois Delecour  
Bruno Thiry  

Francois Delecour  
Bruno Thiry  
Stig Blomqvist  

Francois Delecour  
Bruno Thiry  
Alessandro Fiorio  

Francois Delecour  
Bruno Thiry  
Patrick Bernardini  

Francois Delecour  
Bruno Thiry  
Neil Allport  

Francois Delecour  
Bruno Thiry  

Francois Delecour  
Bruno Thiry  

Francois Delecour  
Bruno Thiry  
Malcolm Wilson  
2nd
5th

retired (engine)
6th
7th

retired (accident)
6th
8th

2nd
retired (wheel bearing)
7th

6th
retired (electronics)
8th

retired (accident)
6th

4th
retired (suspension)

retired (transmission)
5th
retired (accident)
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