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General information
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Official name: Ford Martini
Operated by: M-Sport
Headquarters: Dovenby Hall, Cumbria, United Kingdom
Regular drivers
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Car nr 5: Colin McRae
6: Carlos Sainz
16: Petter Solberg (moves to Subaru after mid-season)
18: Tapio Laukkanen (Australia and GB)
Key personnel
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European Director: Martin Whitaker
Team principal: Malcolm Wilson
Chief engineer: Gunther Steiner
Rally engineer: Gerd Pfeiffer
Car and tyres
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Car: Ford Focus WRC 00
Tyres: Michelin
Sponsors and partners
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Martini, Telefonica Movistar, Valvoline
Season statistics
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Best results: 1st: Catalunya (Colin McRae)
 1st: Acropolis (Colin McRae)
 1st: Cyprus (Carlos Sainz)
Rallies contested: 14 (works entries)
WRC starts: 38 (works entries)
Outright wins: 3 (wins to rallies ratio 21.4 %)
Podiums: 13 (podiums to starts ratio 34.2 %)
DNF's: 15 (DNF's to starts ratio 39.5 %)
Stage wins: 73
Points scored: 91 (manufacturer championship)
Avg points per rally: 6.5
Entries
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Monte Carlo  


Sweden  


Safari  



Portugal  



Catalunya  


Argentina  



Acropolis  



New Zealand  



Finland  



Cyprus  



Corsica  



San Remo  



Australia  



Great Britain  

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Colin McRae  
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Carlos Sainz  
Petter Solberg  

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Carlos Sainz  
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Carlos Sainz  
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Carlos Sainz  
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Carlos Sainz  
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Carlos Sainz  
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Carlos Sainz  
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Carlos Sainz  
Tapio Laukkanen  

Colin McRae  
Carlos Sainz  
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ford drivers
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2000 Ford drivers: Grist - McRae - Sainz - Moya (Solberg absent) Click picture to see larger version in a pop-up window
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