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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 3: Carlos Sainz
4: Colin McRae
17: Francois Delecour
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 RS WRC 01
Tyres: Pirelli
Sponsors and partners
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Martini, Valvoline, Telefonica Movistar, Pirelli
Season statistics
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Best results: 1st: Argentina (Colin McRae)
 1st: Cyprus (Colin McRae)
 1st: Acropolis (Colin McRae)
Rallies contested: 14 (works entries)
WRC starts: 43 (works entries)
Outright wins: 3 (wins to rallies ratio 21.4 %)
Podiums: 11 (podiums to starts ratio 25.6 %)
DNF's: 14 (DNF's to starts ratio 32.6 %)
Stage wins: 80
Points scored: 86 (manufacturer championship)
Avg points per rally: 6.1
Entries
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Monte Carlo  



Sweden  



Portugal  



Catalunya  



Argentina  



Cyprus  



Acropolis  



Safari  



Finland  



New Zealand  



San Remo  




Corsica  



Australia  



Great Britain  

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Carlos Sainz  
Colin McRae  
Francois Delecour  

Carlos Sainz  
Colin McRae  
Francois Delecour  

Carlos Sainz  
Colin McRae  
Francois Delecour  

Carlos Sainz  
Colin McRae  
Francois Delecour  

Carlos Sainz  
Colin McRae  
Francois Delecour  

Carlos Sainz  
Colin McRae  
Francois Delecour  

Carlos Sainz  
Colin McRae  
Francois Delecour  

Carlos Sainz  
Colin McRae  
Francois Delecour  

Carlos Sainz  
Colin McRae  
Francois Delecour  

Carlos Sainz  
Colin McRae  
Francois Delecour  

Carlos Sainz  
Colin McRae  
Francois Delecour  
Paolo Andreucci  

Carlos Sainz  
Colin McRae  
Francois Delecour  

Carlos Sainz  
Colin McRae  
Francois Delecour  

Carlos Sainz  
Colin McRae  
Mark Higgins  
2nd
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3rd

3rd (2nd in manufacturers)
9th (5th in manufacturers)
5th

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5th
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3rd
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6th (5th in manufacturers)
3rd
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4th (3rd in manufacturers)
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4th (3rd in manufacturers)
8th (4th in manufacturers)
6th
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retired (oil pressure)
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10th

8th
5th (4th in manufacturers)
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retired (rolled)
withdrew (spectator injury)
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McRae and Sainz were joined by Francois Delecour and Daniel Grataloup in third Ford Focus for 2001 season Click picture to see larger version in a pop-up window
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