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General information
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Official name: Peugeot Esso
Operated by: Peugeot Sport
Headquarters: Velizy, France
Regular drivers
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Car nr 9: Francois Delecour
10: Marcus Gronholm
10: Gilles Panizzi
Key personnel
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Director: Corrado Provera (Peugeot Sport)
Team principal: Jean-Pierre Nicolas
Team manager: Xavier Carlotti
Chief engineer: Michel Nandan
Car and tyres
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Car: Peugeot 206 WRC
 Peugeot 206WRC (2000)
 Note: New car from Catalunya onwards
Tyres: Michelin
Sponsors and partners
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Esso, Magneti Marelli, Michelin, Nikko, Eurodatacar
Season statistics
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Best results: 1st: Sweden (Marcus Gronholm)
 1st: New Zealand (Marcus Gronholm)
 1st: Finland (Marcus Gronholm)
 1st: Corsica (Gilles Panizzi)
 1st: San Remo (Gilles Panizzi)
 1st: Australia (Marcus Gronholm)
Rallies contested: 14 (works entries)
WRC starts: 35 (works entries)
Outright wins: 6 (wins to rallies ratio 42.9 %)
Podiums: 13 (podiums to starts ratio 37.1 %)
DNF's: 9 (DNF's to starts ratio 25.7 %)
Stage wins: 71
Points scored: 111 (manufacturer championship)
Avg points per rally: 7.9
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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Francois Delecour  
Gilles Panizzi  
Marcus Gronholm  

Francois Delecour  
Marcus Gronholm  

Gilles Panizzi  
Marcus Gronholm  

Francois Delecour  
Marcus Gronholm  

Francois Delecour  
Gilles Panizzi  
Marcus Gronholm  

Francois Delecour  
Marcus Gronholm  

Francois Delecour  
Marcus Gronholm  

Francois Delecour  
Marcus Gronholm  

Sebastian Lindholm  
Marcus Gronholm  
Francois Delecour  

Francois Delecour  
Marcus Gronholm  

Francois Delecour  
Gilles Panizzi  
Marcus Gronholm  

Francois Delecour  
Gilles Panizzi  
Marcus Gronholm  

Francois Delecour  
Marcus Gronholm  
Gilles Panizzi  

Francois Delecour  
Marcus Gronholm  
Gilles Panizzi  
retired (engine didn't restart)
retired (engine didn't restart)
retired (engine didn't restart)

7th (6th in manufacturers)
1st

withdrew (in service)
retired (clutch)

5th (4th in manufacturers)
2nd

7th (6th in manufacturers)
6th (5th in manufacturers)
5th

13th
2nd

9th (5th in manufacturers)
retired (engine)

retired (gearbox)
1st

5th (4th in manufacturers)
1st
6th

3rd
retired (engine)

2nd
1st
5th

2nd
1st
4th

3rd
1st
retired (transmission)

6th
2nd
8th
drivers
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2000 Peugeot drivers: Gronholm - Delecour - Panizzi Click picture to see larger version in a pop-up window
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