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2006 Rally Finland

2006 Rally Finland
56th Neste Oil Rally Finland
Round 10 of the 2006 World Rally Championship
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Sébastien Loeb coming into service.
Dates run August 17 – 20 2006
Stages 21
Stage surface Gravel
Results
Overall winner Marcus Grönholm
BP Ford World Rally Team
Crews 101 at start, 68 at finish

The 2006 Neste Oil Rally Finland was the tenth round of the 2006 World Rally Championship season. It took place between August 17–20, 2006.

Results

Pos. Driver Co-driver Car Time Difference Points
WRC
1 Marcus Grönholm Timo Rautiainen Ford Focus RS WRC 06 2:52:50.3 0.0 10
2 Sébastien Loeb Daniel Elena Citroën Xsara WRC 2:53:57.0 1:06.7 8
3 Mikko Hirvonen Jarmo Lehtinen Ford Focus RS WRC 06 2:54:24.8 1:34.5 6
4 Henning Solberg Cato Menkerud Peugeot 307 WRC 2:56:48.1 3:57.8 5
5 Gigi Galli Giovanni Bernacchini Peugeot 307 WRC 2:58:30.2 5:39.9 4
6 Janne Tuohino Mikko Markkula Citroën Xsara WRC 2:58:55.3 6:05.0 3
7 Jussi Välimäki Jarkko Kalliolepo Mitsubishi Lancer WRC 05 2:59:45.7 6:55.4 2
8 Jan Kopecký Filip Schovánek Škoda Fabia WRC 3:03:05.3 10:15.0 1
JWRC
1. Guy Wilks Phil Pugh Suzuki Swift S1600 3:16:05.7 0.0 10
2. Per-Gunnar Andersson Jonas Andersson Suzuki Swift S1600 3:18:43.2 2:37.5 8
3. Matti Rantanen Jan Lönegren Honda Civic Type-R 3:24:51.6 8:45.9 6
4. Julien Pressac Jacques Boyerre Citroën C2 S1600 3:25:30.1 9:24.4 5
5. Jozef Béreš Petr Starý Suzuki Ignis S1600 3:29:25.5 13:19.8 4
6. Jaan Mölder Katrin Becker Suzuki Ignis S1600 3:30:54.2 14:48.5 3
7. Patrik Sandell Amil Axelsson Renault Clio S1600 3:32:46.5 16:40.8 2
8. Martin Prokop Jan Tománek Citroën C2 S1600 3:34:59.9 18:54.2 1

Special Stages

Day Stage Time Name Length (km) Winner Time Rally leader
1
(17/18 Aug)
SS1 20:00 Killeri 1 2.00 Sébastien Loeb 1:21.4 Sébastien Loeb
SS2 09:21 Lankamaa 24.97 Marcus Grönholm 11:59.7 Marcus Grönholm
SS3 10:09 Laukaa 11.81 Marcus Grönholm 5:40.8
SS4 11:04 Ruuhimaki 7.57 Marcus Grönholm 3:57.2
SS5 13:08 Vellipohja 1 36.38 Sébastien Loeb 17:51.9
SS6 14:17 Mokkipera 1 12.60 Sébastien Loeb 6:11.2
SS7 16:36 Vellipohja 2 36.38 Marcus Grönholm 18:05.8
SS8 17:45 Mokkipera 2 12.60 Sébastien Loeb 6:20.1
SS9 20:00 Killeri 2 2.00 Marcus Grönholm 1:21.6
2
(19 Aug)
SS10 07:06 Vaheri 19.90 Marcus Grönholm 9:47.6
SS11 08:20 Ouninpohja Lansi 1 13.97 Sébastien Loeb 6:33.0
SS12 08:43 Ouninpohja Ita 1 16.54 Marcus Grönholm 7:51.7
SS13 11:44 Urria 10.00 Marcus Grönholm 4:40.8
SS14 13:07 Ouninpohja Lansi 2 13.97 Marcus Grönholm 6:30.7
SS15 13:30 Ouninpohja Ita 2 16.54 Marcus Grönholm 7:51.8
SS16 16:48 Moksi-Leustu 40.95 Marcus Grönholm 20:25.6
SS17 18:04 Himos 12.97 Marcus Grönholm 7:09.1
3
(20 Aug)
SS18 09:14 Kuohu 1 7.80 Mikko Hirvonen 3:42.4
SS19 10:27 Jukojarvi 1 22.30 Mikko Hirvonen 10:46.6
SS20 11:45 Kuohu 2 7.80 Mikko Hirvonen 3:42.6
SS21 12:58 Jukojarvi 2 22.30 Mikko Hirvonen 10:39.5

External links

  • Results at eWRC-results.com
  • Media related to at Wikimedia Commons
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2006 Rallye Deutschland
FIA World Rally Championship,
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2006 Rally Japan
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