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2005 Swedish Rally

2005 Swedish Rally
54th Uddeholm Swedish Rally
Round 2 of the 2005 World Rally Championship
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Host country  Sweden
Rally base Karlstad
Dates run February 11 – 13 2005
Stages 20 (335.49 km; 208.46 mi)
Stage surface Ice/Snow-covered Gravel
Overall distance 1,748.16 km (1,086.26 mi)
Results
Overall winner Petter Solberg
Subaru World Rally Team
Crews 69 at start, 46 at finish

The 54th Uddeholm Swedish Rally, the second round of the 2005 World Rally Championship season took place from February 11–13, 2005.

Results

Pos. Driver Co-driver Car Time Difference Points
WRC
1. Petter Solberg Phil Mills Subaru Impreza WRC 04 3:00:52.1 0.0 10
2. Markko Märtin Michael Park Peugeot 307 WRC 3:03:03.2 2:11.1 8
3. Toni Gardemeister Jakke Honkanen Ford Focus RS WRC 04 3:04:06.8 3:14.7 6
4. Harri Rovanperä Risto Pietiläinen Mitsubishi Lancer WRC 05 3:04:18.5 3:26.4 5
5. Henning Solberg Cato Menkerud Ford Focus RS WRC 04 3:04:21.9 3:29.8 4
6. Daniel Carlsson Mattias Andersson Peugeot 307 WRC 3:04:34.6 3:42.5 3
7. Gigi Galli Guido d'Amore|align="left"| Mitsubishi Lancer WRC 05| 3:04:56.1| 4:04.0! 2|-| 8.|align="left"| Roman Kresta|align="left"| Jan Tománek|align="left"| Ford Focus RS WRC 04| 3:05:31.7| 4:39.6! 1|-!colspan="7" style="border-bottom: 2px solid LightSteelBlue;"| PWRC|-| 1.(17.)|align="left"| Toshi Arai|align="left"| Tony Sircombe|align="left"| Subaru Impreza WRX STi| 3:15:51.9| 0.0! 10|-| 2.(31.)|align="left"| Angelo Medeghini|align="left"| Barbara Capoferri|align="left"| Mitsubishi Lancer Evo VIII| 3:33:40.9| 17:49.0! 8|-| 3.(23.)|align="left"| hshs|align="left"| ggg|align="left"| Subaru Impreza WRX STi| 3:34:05.6| 18:13.7! 6|-| 4.(38.)|align="left"| Xavier Pons|align="left"| Oriol Julia Pascual|align="left"| Mitsubishi Lancer Evo VIII| 3:46:50.2| 30:58.3! 5|-| 5.(43.)|align="left"| Fumio Nutahara|align="left"| Satoshi Hayashi|align="left"| Mitsubishi Lancer Evo VIII| 3:54:47.0| 38:55.1! 4|-| 6.(46.)|align="left"| Riccardo Errani|align="left"| Stefano Casadio|align="left"| Mitsubishi Lancer Evo VIII| 4:16:24.1| 1:00:32.2! 3|-|}

Retirements

Special stages

Day Stage Time Name Length Winner Time Avg. spd. Rally leader
1
(11 FEB)
SS1 09:00 Likenas 1 21.78 km Petter Solberg 12:16.3 106.5 km/h Petter Solberg
SS2 10:23 Hara 1 11.31 km Petter Solberg 6:03.1 112.1 km/h
SS3 11:05 Torntorp 1 19.20 km Marcus Grönholm 9:45.8 118.0 km/h Marcus Grönholm
SS4 13:46 Likenas 2 21.78 km Marcus Grönholm 12:06.7 107.9 km/h
SS5 15:09 Hara 2 11.31 km Sébastien Loeb 5:55.7 114.5 km/h
SS6 15:51 Torntorp 2 19.20 km Gigi Galli 9:47.6 117.6 km/h Petter Solberg
SS7 17:10 Hagfors Sprint 1 1.86 km Sébastien Loeb 2:05.1 53.5 km/h Marcus Grönholm
2
(12 FEB)
SS8 07:59 Sundsjon 1 20.78 km Sébastien Loeb 10:55.6 114.1 km/h
SS9 08:48 Vargasen 1 24.79 km Petter Solberg 13:45.2 108.1 km/h Petter Solberg
SS10 11:23 Fredriksberg 20.12 km Marcus Grönholm 11:26.3 105.5 km/h
SS11 12:12 Lejen 26.39 km Marcus Grönholm 13:25.4 118.0 km/h Marcus Grönholm
SS12 15:00 Sundsjon 2 20.78 km Sébastien Loeb 10:37.8 117.3 km/h
SS13 15:49 Vargasen 2 24.79 km Petter Solberg 13:36.0 109.4 km/h Petter Solberg
SS14 17:13 Hagfors Sprint 2 1.86 km Petter Solberg 2:01.9 54.9 km/h
3
(13 FEB)
SS15 08:08 Lesjofors 1 10.17 km Petter Solberg 5:32.2 110.2 km/h
SS16 08:41 Rammen 1 23.35 km Markko Märtin 11:58.0 117.1 km/h
SS17 09:30 Malta 1 11.25 km Markko Märtin 5:35.5 120.7 km/h
SS18 11:43 Lesjofors 2 10.17 km Daniel Carlsson 5:31.8 110.3 km/h
SS19 12:16 Rammen 2 23.35 km Daniel Carlsson 11:44.1 119.4 km/h
SS20 13:05 Malta 2 11.25 km Harri Rovanperä 5:34.9 120.9 km/h

External links

  • Results at eWRC.com
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