Lista recordurilor Campionatului Mondial de Raliuri
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Lista recordurilor Campionatului Mondial de Raliuri include un set de recorduri și statistici de la Campionatul Mondial de Raliuri (WRC) din 1973 până în prezent.
|Campionatul Mondial de Raliuri|
|Clase de competiții|
|1||Colin McRae||27 y, 109 d||1995|
Cele mai rapide raliuriModificare
|1||2012 Rally Finland||122,9 km/h (76,4 mph)||Sébastien Loeb||Citroën DS3 WRC|
|2||2005 Rally Finland||122,86 km/h (76,34 mph)||Marcus Grönholm||Peugeot 307 WRC|
|3||2010 Rally Finland||122,80 km/h (76,30 mph)||Jari-Matti Latvala||Ford Focus RS WRC 09|
|4||2000 Safari Rally||122,43 km/h (76,07 mph)||Richard Burns||Subaru Impreza WRC 99|
|5||2006 Rally Finland||122,06 km/h (75,84 mph)||Marcus Grönholm||Ford Focus RS WRC 06|
|6||2007 Rally Finland||121,85 km/h (75,71 mph)||Marcus Grönholm||Ford Focus RS WRC 07|
|7||2002 Rally Finland||121,80 km/h (75,68 mph)||Marcus Grönholm||Peugeot 206 WRC|
|8||2003 Rally Finland||121,62 km/h (75,57 mph)||Markko Märtin||Ford Focus RS WRC 03|
|9||1983 Rally Argentina||121,60 km/h (75,56 mph)||Hannu Mikkola||Audi Quattro A2|
|10||2000 Rally Finland||121,46 km/h (75,47 mph)||Marcus Grönholm||Peugeot 206 WRC|
Curse câștigate la limităModificare
|1||2011 Jordan Rally||0.2 second||Sébastien Ogier||Jari-Matti Latvala|
|2||2007 Rally New Zealand||0.3 second||Marcus Grönholm||Sébastien Loeb|
|3||1998 Rally Portugal||2.1 seconds||Colin McRae||Carlos Sainz|
|4||1999 Rally Argentina||2.4 seconds||Juha Kankkunen||Richard Burns|
|2010 Rally New Zealand||2.4 seconds||Jari-Matti Latvala||Sébastien Ogier|
|2011 Rally Argentina||2.4 seconds||Sébastien Loeb||Mikko Hirvonen|
|7||2000 Rally Australia||2.7 seconds||Marcus Grönholm||Richard Burns|
|8||2003 Rallye Deutschland||3.6 seconds||Sébastien Loeb||Marcus Grönholm|
|9||1976 Rallye Sanremo||4.0 seconds||Björn Waldegård||Sandro Munari|
|2002 Rally Argentina||4.0 seconds||Carlos Sainz||Petter Solberg|
Victorii ale piloților după naționalitateModificare
|1||Finlanda||168||Marcus Grönholm (30), Tommi Mäkinen (24), Juha Kankkunen (23), Markku Alén (19), Hannu Mikkola (18)
Mikko Hirvonen (15), Timo Salonen (11), Ari Vatanen (10), Jari-Matti Latvala (8), Timo Mäkinen (4)
Henri Toivonen (3), Kyösti Hämäläinen (1), Pentti Airikkala (1), Harri Rovanperä (1)
|2||Franța||156||Sébastien Loeb (78), Didier Auriol (20), Sébastien Ogier (11), Bernard Darniche (7), Gilles Panizzi (7)
Jean-Luc Thérier (5), Jean-Pierre Nicolas (5), Michèle Mouton (4), François Delecour (4)
Jean-Claude Andruet (3), Jean Ragnotti (3), Bruno Saby (2), Philippe Bugalski (2), Guy Fréquelin (1)
Bernard Béguin (1), Alain Ambrosino (1), Alain Oreille (1), Patrick Tauziac (1)
|3||Suedia||43||Björn Waldegård (16), Stig Blomqvist (11), Kenneth Eriksson (6), Ingvar Carlsson (2), Mikael Ericsson (2)
Mats Jonsson (2), Ove Andersson (1), Per Eklund (1), Harry Källström (1), Anders Kulläng (1)
|4||Regatul Unit||36||Colin McRae (25), Richard Burns (10), Roger Clark (1)||3|
|5||Italia||30||Miki Biasion (17), Sandro Munari (7), Raffaele Pinto (1), Fulvio Bacchelli (1), Antonio Fassina (1)
Andrea Aghini (1), Gianfranco Cunico (1), Piero Liatti (1)
|6||Spania||28||Carlos Sainz (26), Jesús Puras (1), Dani Sordo (1)||3|
|7||Germania||17||Walter Röhrl (14), Achim Warmbold (2), Armin Schwarz (1)||3|
|8||Norvegia||14||Petter Solberg (13), Mads Østberg (1)||2|
|9||Kenya||8||Shekhar Mehta (5), Joginder Singh (2), Ian Duncan (1)||3|
|10||Estonia||5||Markko Märtin (5)||1|
|11||Austria||2||Franz Wittmann, Sr. (1), Josef Haider (1)||2|
|Japonia||2||Kenjiro Shinozuka (2)||1|
|13||Argentina||1||Jorge Recalde (1)||1|
|Belgia||1||François Duval (1)||1|
|Canada||1||Walter Boyce (1)||1|
|Portugalia||1||Joaquim Moutinho (1)||1|
- ^ Alén also won Rally Sanremo 1986, that was eventually annulled by FISA and is therefore not considered as a WRC win.
- ^ According to World Rally Archive (http://www.juwra.com), Alén won 801 stages. Markku Alén also won special stages in the following rallies that are not yet taken into account by www.juwra.com : 15 stages in Sweden 1977 (source: Sport Auto n°182, March 1977), 5 stages in South Pacific 1977 (source: Auto Hebdo n°63, 19–26 May 1977), 1 stage in Safari 1990 (source: Auto Hebdo n°723, 18 April 1990). He won at least 18 scored stages in Press-on-regardless 1974 (source claiming he won 21 stages: http://www.realautosport.com/images/mcmahon/Rally%20Data/1974-75/74%20POR%20RT-02.jpg); source claiming he won 20 stages: http://www.realautosport.com/images/mcmahon/Rally%20Data/1974-75/74%20POR%20results-c.jpg; source showing he won 2 annulled stages: http://www.realautosport.com/images/mcmahon/Newsletters/Ralligator%20Bullsheet/74-11m.jpg). Moreover, he is said to have won 11 special stages in Sanremo 1974 although reliable sources are missing as of now. Also, Markku Alén won 20 special stages in annulled Sanremo 1986 (source: Auto Hebdo n°545, 22 October 1986).
- ^ According to World Rally Archive, Sainz won 756 stages. Sainz also won one special stage in Safari Rally 1991 (source: Auto Hebdo n°772, 4 April 1991), that is not yet taken into account by www.juwra.com.
- ^ Kankkunen also won 5 special stages in annulled Sanremo 1986 (source: Auto Hebdo n°545, 22 October 1986).
- ^ According to World Rally Archive, Mikkola won 654 stages. Mikkola also won special stages in the following rallies that are not yet taken into account by www.juwra.com : 1 stage in Acropolis 1976 (source: Sport Auto n°174, July 1976, and Auto Hebdo), 1 stage in Sweden 1977 (source: Sport Auto n°182, March 1977), 10 stages in Acropolis 1977 (source: Auto Hebdo n°66, 9–16 June 1977, and Sport Auto n°186, July 1977).
- ^ According to World Rally Archive, Vatanen won 542 stages. Vatanen also won at least 46 special stages in South Pacific 1977. He actually won a 47th special stage in this rally but it is unclear whether the results of this stage were annulled or not (source: Auto Hebdo n° 63, 19–26 May 1977).
- ^ According to World Rally Archive, Blomqvist won 486 stages. Blomqvist also won special stages in rallies that are not yet taken into account by www.juwra.com: 26 stages in Sweden 1975 (source: Autosport, 20 February 1975), 10 stages in Sweden 1976 (source: Sport Auto n°170, March 1976), 7 stages in Sweden 1977 (source: Sport Auto n°182, March 1977).
- ^ Lancia also won Rally Sanremo 1986, that was annulled by FISA and is therefore not counted as a WRC win.
- ^ Markku Alén's 1978 FIA Cup for Piloți title is not included.
- ^ Sandro Munari's 1977 FIA Cup for Piloți title is not included.
- ^ Include only timed stage rallies. The World Rally Championship has in the past also featured endurance events where "unachievable" target times were assigned to the stages, and competitors received a penalty point for each minute their stage time was over the target time. At the 1973 Safari Rally, Shekhar Mehta and Harry Källström finished with the same amount of penalty minutes (6 hours and 46 minutes), and at the 1985 Rallye Côte d'Ivoire, Toyota teammates Juha Kankkunen and Björn Waldegård had the same amount of penalty minutes (4 hours and 46 minutes). Mehta and Kankkunen took the wins by tiebreakers.
- ^ „Pilot wins per nationalities”. juwra.com. Accesat în .