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Overall times after SS6:

1. Marcus Gronholm Peugeot 206 WRC 45mins 56.2secs
2. Didier Auriol Peugeot 206 WRC +00mins 25.4secs
3. Richard Burns Subaru Impreza WRC +00mins 36.5secs
4. Harri Rovanpera Peugeot 206 WRC +00mins 48.3secs
<b>5. Alister McRae Hyundai Accent WRC +01mins 13.4secs</b>
6. Carlos Sainz Ford Focus RS WRC +01mins 32.9secs
7. Mark Higgins Ford Focus RS WRC +01mins 41.0secs
8. Armin Schwarz Skoda Octavia WRC +01mins 42.0secs
9. Freddie Loix Mitsubishi Lancer Evo WRC +01mins 44.3secs
<b>10. Kenneth Eriksson Hyundai Accent WRC +01mins 51.7secs</b>
 

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Overall times after SS11:

1. Marcus Gronholm Peugeot 206 WRC 2hours 19mins 21.4secs
2. Richard Burns Subaru Impreza WRC +01mins 25.1secs
3. Harri Rovanpera Peugeot 206 WRC +01mins 43.0secs
<b>4. Alister McRae Hyundai Accent WRC +04mins 16.2secs</b>
5. Mark Higgins Ford Focus RS WRC +05mins 36.5secs
6. Armin Schwarz Skoda Octavia WRC +05mins 57.5secs
<b>7. Kenneth Eriksson Hyundai Accent WRC +06mins 10.3secs</b>
8. Didier Auriol Peugeot 206 WRC +06mins 57.9secs
9. Carlos Sainz Ford Focus RS WRC +07mins 00.2secs
10. Bruno Thiry Skoda Octavia WRC +07mins 37.4secs
 

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Cool. Damn that Peugot team. I'm getting sick of 'em always taking first<img src=icon_smile_angry.gif border=0 align=middle> Too bad McRae is going to Subaru next year.<img src=icon_smile_sad.gif border=0 align=middle>

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Overall times after SS17 (final stage):
1. Marcus Gronholm Peugeot 206 WRC 3hours 23mins 44.8secs
2. Harri Rovanpera Peugeot 206 WRC +02mins 27.1secs
3. Richard Burns Subaru Impreza WRC +03mins 15.4secs
<b>4. Alister McRae Hyundai Accent WRC +06mins 48.8secs</b>
5. Armin Schwarz Skoda Octavia WRC +07mins 31.3secs
<b>6. Kenneth Eriksson Hyundai Accent WRC +08mins 11.0secs</b>
7. Didier Auriol Peugeot 206 WRC +08mins 21.1secs
8. Bruno Thiry Skoda Octavia WRC +10mins 56.6secs
9. Gregoire de Mevius Peugeot 206 WRC +14mins 17.7secs
10. Toshihiro Arai Subaru Impreza WRC +15mins 06.4secs

Final FIA World Rally team standings:
1. Peugeot 106 points.
2. Ford 86 points.
3. Mitsubishi 69 points.
4. Subaru 66 points.
5. Skoda 17 points.
<b>= Hyundai 17 points.</b>

Not a bad finish, considering the years of rally expertise that the rest of the top 5 teams have behind themselves. Fingers crossed for good results next season.
 

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There is a small article with Alister McRae on the Network Q site:

<b>Alister leaves Hyundai on a high</b>

Alister McRae gave his Hyundai team the ideal farewell by posting a fourth placed finish on the Network Q Rally GB.

McRae, despite losing his windscreen wipers on the first of Sunday's stages, completed the event more than 40 seconds clear of Skoda rival Armin Schwarz to score his highest finish of the season. The Scot moves to frontrunners Mitsubishi for 2002, but thanked his current team for helping him score three World Championship points in Wales.

"The guys have worked hard all year," said McRae, "and it's great to pay them back with a great result on home ground."

There's no rest for the younger McRae - he starts testing for his new team on Monday - but he did spare a thought for elder brother Colin, whose title chances disappeared on Friday morning when the Ford driver rolled his Focus on SS4, Rhondda.

"I haven't had a chance to talk to Colin, because I've been a bit busy," he quipped. "He was obviously pushing hard at the beginning, thinking he needed to win. But looking at things and how they worked out in the end, maybe he didn't need to win the rally."

<i>Published : 25/11/2001 at 19:19:39 GMT
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