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ERC facts and stats 2018

2018-12-30T23:51:07+01:00December 30th, 2018|2018|

The 2018 FIA European Rally Championship generated facts and stats aplenty. Here’s a summary.

Rally winners:
Alexey Lukyanuk/Alexey Arnautov: 3
Nikolay Gryazin/Yaroslav Fedorov: 2
Simos Galatariotis/Antonis Ioannou: 1
Jan Kopecký/Pavel Dresler: 1
Bruno Magalhães/Hugo Magalhães: 1

ERC2 winners:
Tibor Érdi Jr/György Papp: 4
Juan Carlos Alonso/Juan Pablo Monasterolo: 1
Petros Panteli/Kyprias Christodoulou: 1
Sergei Remennik/Mark Rozin: 1
Marcin Słobodzian/Grzegorz Dachowski: 1

ERC3 winners:
Tom Kristensson/Henrik Appelskog: 2
Mārtiņš Sesks/Renārs Francis: 2
Florian Bernardi/Victor Bellotto: 1
Diogo Gago/Miguel Ramalho: 1
Amittrajit Ghosh/Ashwin Naik: 1
Laurent Pellier/Geoffrey Combe: 1

ERC Junior U28 winners:
Nikolay Gryazin/Yaroslav Fedorov: 4
Chris Ingram/Ross Whittock: 1
Fabian Kreim/Frank Christian: 1

ERC Junior U27 winners:
Diogo Gago/Miguel Ramalho (pictured): 2
Tom Kristensson/Henrik Appelskog: 2
Mārtiņš Sesks/Renārs Francis: 2

Qualifying Stage winners:
Nikolay Gryazin/Yaroslav Fedorov: 4
Alexey Lukyanuk/Alexey Arnautov: 2
Jusso Nordgren/Tapio Suominen: 1
Nasser Al-Attiyah/Matthieu Baumel: 1

Stage winners (top five):
Alexey Lukyanuk/Alexey Arnautov: 30
Nikolay Gryazin/Yaroslav Fedorov: 20
Bruno Magalhães/Hugo Magalhães: 8
Nasser Al-Attiyah/Matthieu Baumel: 7
Jari Huttunen/Antti Linnaketo: 7

Different rally leaders: Nine
Most lead changes: Cyprus Rally (six)
Closest winning margin: 0.6s (Simos Galatariotis versus Bruno Magalhães, Cyprus Rally)
Longest rally: EKO Acropolis Rally, 237.89 kilometres
Shortest rally: Rally Islas Canarias: 202.72 kilometres