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ERC 2017: the champions

2017-11-16T00:00:00+01:00 November 16th, 2017|2017|

The 2017 FIA European Rally Championship delivered drama and excitement aplenty. Here’s a reminder of who won what.

FIA ERC1 DRIVERS
Champion: Kajetan Kajetanowicz (Poland)
Runner-up: Bruno Magalhães (Portugal)
Third place: Bryan Bouffier (France)

FIA ERC1 CO-DRIVERS
Champion: Jarek Baran (Poland)
Runner-up: Hugo Magalhães (Portugal)
Third place: Alexey Arnautov (Russia)

FIA ERC2 DRIVERS
Champion: Tibor Érdi Jr (Hungary, pictured)
Runner-up: Zelindo Melegari (Italy)
Third place: Sergey Remennik (Russia)

FIA ERC2 CO-DRIVERS
Champion: György Papp (Hungary)
Runner-up: Maurizio Barone (Italy)
Third place: Mark Rozin (Russia)

FIA ERC3 DRIVERS
Champion: Chris Ingram (Great Britain)
Runner-up: Filip Mareš (Czech Republic)
Third place: Jari Huttunen (Finland)

FIA ERC3 CO-DRIVERS
Champion: Jan Hloušek (Czech Republic)
Runner-up: Antti Linnaketo (Finland)
Third place: Grzegorz Dachowski (Poland)

FIA ERC JUNIOR UNDER 28
Champion: Marijan Griebel (Germany)
Runner-up: Nikolay Gryazin (Russia)
Third place: José Suarez (Spain)

FIA ERC JUNIOR UNDER 27
Champion: Chris Ingram (Great Britain)
Runner-up: Jari Huttunen (Finland)
Third place: Filip Mareš (Czech Republic)

FIA EUROPEAN RALLY CHAMPIONSHIP FOR TEAMS
Champion: Castrol Ford Team Turkey
Runner-up: ACCR Czech Team
Third place: Opel Rallye Junior Team

ERC LADIES’ TROPHY
Champion: Tamara Molinaro (Italy)
Runner-up: Catie Munnings (United Kingdom)
Third place: Emma Falcón (Spain)

COLIN McRAE ERC FLAT OUT TROPHY OF THE YEAR
Winner: Alexey Lukyanuk (Russia)