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Championship status
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Monte Carlo 2019 counts for:

2019 FIA World Rally Championship for Drivers/Co-drivers
2019 FIA World Rally Championship for Manufacturers
2019 FIA World Rally Championship 2 Pro (for Teams and Drivers/Co-drivers)
2019 FIA World Rally Championship 2 (for Drivers/Co-drivers)

Facts
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 584th WRC rally 
 Round of season: 1 of 14 
 Official name: Rallye Automobile Monte-Carlo 
 Edition: 87th 
 Date: from Thursday 24-Jan-2019 to Sunday 27-Jan-2019 
 Rally HQ: Monte Carlo; Monaco 
 Clerk of the Course: Alain Pallanca 
 Surface: Tarmac/snow 
 
 Entries: 84  
 Starters: 84  
 Finishers: 67 (79.8% of starters) 
 
 Stages: 16 
 Shortest: 13.58km(SS14 La Cabanette - Col de Braus 1)
 Longest: 29.82km(SS11 Agnieres en Devoluy - Corps 2)
 Slowest: 80.20km/h(SS5 Curbans - Piegut 1)
 Fastest: 102.38km/h(SS12 St Leger les Melezes - La Batie Neuve 2)
 Planned stage distance: 323.83km(24.1% of total distance)
 Actual stage distance: 303.79km(22.6% of total distance)
 Road section distance: 1,042.60km
 Total distance: 1,346.39km
Milestones
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 DRIVERS - PODIUM FINISHERS 
    Win was 45th win and 72nd podium for Sebastien Ogier.
 Second place was 34th podium for Thierry Neuville. 
 Third place was 18th podium for Ott Tanak. 
 MAKES - PODIUM FINISHERS 
    Win was 100th win and 247th podium for Citroen.
    Second place was 44th podium for Hyundai.
    Third place was 164th podium for Toyota.
Sebastien Ogier
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Citroen's rally had bitter-sweet flavour. Their other car, driven by Lappi, halted with failed engine on Saturday. The sweeter part was Ogier's eventual win which was sixth Monte Carlo success for him and 100th WRC win for Citroen. Click picture to see larger version in a pop-up window
Thierry Neuville
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This time Hyundai fared very well. Neuville led at one point and without his excursion to a an escape road might have won. As it was, he very narrowly lost to Ogier while new recruit Loeb vanguished Latvala to score fourth, allowing team to lead manufacturers' series. Click picture to see larger version in a pop-up window
Ott Tanak
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Another strong team was Toyota who was the only one to get all of their cars to the finish. This despite Meeke and Tanak both puncturing and breaking rims, losing a lot of time in the process. With superb drive, Tanak recovered to third while Meeke won Power Stage, underlining their speed. Click picture to see larger version in a pop-up window
Teemu Suninen
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M-Sport Ford was understandably the underdog of the rally. Suninen (pictured) was eventually their best placed driver but well down the leaderboard as he went off on first stage. Evans went off on SS10 and didn't restart while newcomer Tidemand struggled to finish 20th. Click picture to see larger version in a pop-up window
Related links
Rally Australia 2018
Rally Sweden 2019
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