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Stat Sunday: the ERC winners of 2014

Stat Sunday: the ERC winners of 2014

19/03/2017 12:00

Esapekka Lappi’s three wins helped him to the 2014 FIA European Rally Championship in a ŠKODA Fabia S2000, co-driven by fellow Finn Janne Ferm, as ex-Formula One driver Robert Kubica bagged his first international win.

In addition to Lappi and Kubica, who won in Austria, Ireland’s Craig Breen scored a debut win for the Peugeot 208 T16 on the Acropolis Rally, while Belgium’s Freddy Loix continued his dominance on home soil.

31 Int. Jännerrallye, Oberösterreich: Kubica/Szczepaniak, Ford Fiesta RRC
Rally Liepāja: Lappi/Ferm, ŠKODA Fabia S2000
Acropolis Rally: Breen/Martin, Peugeot 208 T16
Circuit of Ireland Rally: Lappi/Ferm, ŠKODA Fabia S2000
49th SATA Rallye Açores: Sousa/Magalhães, Ford Fiesta RRC
Geko Ypres Rally: Loix/Gitsels, ŠKODA Fabia S2000
auto24 Rally Estonia: Tänak/Mölder, Ford Fiesta R5
Barum Czech Rally Zlín: Pech/Uhel, MINI John Cooper Works S2000
CNP Asfalistiki Cyprus Rally: Al-Rajhi/Orr, Ford Fiesta RRC
Rallye International du Valais: Lappi/Ferm, ŠKODA Fabia S2000
Giru di Corsica-Tour de Corse: Sarrazin/Renucci, Ford Fiesta RRC

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