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Championship status
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Monte Carlo 2022 counts for:

2022 FIA World Rally Championship for Drivers/Co-drivers
2022 FIA World Rally Championship for Manufacturers
2022 FIA World Rally Championship 2 (for Teams and Drivers/Co-drivers)
2022 FIA World Rally Championship 3 (for Drivers/Co-drivers)

Facts
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 616th WRC rally 
 Round of season: 1 of 13 
 Official name: Rallye Automobile Monte-Carlo 
 Edition: 90th 
 Date: from Thursday 20-Jan-2022 to Sunday 23-Jan-2022 
 Rally HQ: Monte Carlo; Monaco 
 Clerk of the Course: Alain Pallanca 
 Surface: Tarmac/snow 
 
 Entries: 75  
 Starters: 74  
 Finishers: 62 (83.8% of starters) 
 
 Stages: 17 
 Shortest: 13.49km(SS4 Guillaumes - Peone - Valberg 1)
 Longest: 23.25km(SS2 La Bollene-Vesubie - Moulinet)
 Slowest: 86.31km/h(SS1 Luceram - Lantosque)
 Fastest: 110.50km/h(SS6 Roure - Beuil 2)
 Planned stage distance: 296.03km(19.6% of total distance)
 Actual stage distance: 296.03km(19.6% of total distance)
 Road section distance: 1,215.44km
 Total distance: 1,511.47km
Milestones
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 DRIVERS - PODIUM FINISHERS 
    Win was 80th win and 120th podium for Sebastien Loeb.
 Second place was 92nd podium for Sebastien Ogier. 
 Third place was 7th podium for Craig Breen. 
 MAKES - PODIUM FINISHERS 
    Win was 92nd win and win and third place were 368th to 369th podiums for Ford.
    Second place was 204th podium for Toyota.
Sebastien Loeb
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Sebastien Loeb once again made both a comeback and headlines with a win. Teaming with M-Sport, he started strong by posting second fastest time on opening stage and grabbed lead after SS5. Ogier was faster and went past but punctured on penultimate stage, which allowed Loeb back to lead and emphatical 80th win. He also became oldest WRC winner to date. Click picture to see larger version in a pop-up window
Sebastien Ogier
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Out of the box with new Rally1 hybrid cars, Ogier shot into lead. On second day, he had difficult time and on SS5, dropped to third overall. Ogier then began a fightback, even down to copying Loeb's tyre strategy on snowy stage and recaptured lead. Only to puncture on SS16 and losing lead. He also incurred jump-start penalty on PS, losing stage win there. Click picture to see larger version in a pop-up window
Thierry Neuville
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Hyundai had least development time with their new car and understandably their drivers did struggle. Neuville even stated that he was downright scared to drive it on some downhill sections. Despite this, he adapted and improved but also suffered from broken front suspension. In the end, he finished distant sixth with little to show for hard work. Click picture to see larger version in a pop-up window
Related links
Monza 2021
Rally Sweden 2022
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