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FIA Cross Country Rally World Cup

FIA Cross Country Rally World Cup
Category Rally raid
Country International
Inaugural season 1993
Drivers' champion Vladimir Vasilyev
Makes' champion Mini All4 Racing
Official website FIA Cross Country Rally World Cup
Current season

The FIA Cross Country Rally World Cup is a FIA, culminating with a champion driver.

Starting with the 2011 season, the previous FIA Cross Country Rally World Cup was joined with the FIA's International Cup for Cross Country Bajas to form the current championship.[1]

Contents

  • Champions 1
  • See also 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Champions

Season driver Co-driver Car
1993 Pierre Lartigue Michel Périn Citroën
1994 Pierre Lartigue Michel Périn Citroën
1995 Pierre Lartigue Michel Périn Citroën
1996 Pierre Lartigue Michel Périn Citroën
1997 Ari Vatanen Fred Gallagher Citroen
1998 Jean-Louis Schlesser Philippe Monnet Buggy Schlesser
1999 Jean-Louis Schlesser Philippe Monnet Buggy Schlesser
2000 Jean-Louis Schlesser Henri Magne Buggy Schlesser
2001 Jean-Louis Schlesser Henri Magne Buggy Schlesser
2002 Jean-Louis Schlesser Henri Magne Buggy Schlesser
2003 Carlos Sousa Henri Magne Mitsubishi
2004 Khalifa Al Mutaiwei Alain Guehennec BMW
2005 Bruno Saby Michel Périn Volkswagen
2006 Sergey Shmakov Konstantin Meshcheryakov Buggy ZIL
2007 Carlos Sainz Michel Périn Volkswagen
2008 Nasser Al-Attiyah Tina Thörner BMW X-Raid
2009 Guerlain Chicherit Tina Thörner BMW X-Raid
2010 Leonid Novitskiy Andreas Schulz BMW X-Raid
2011 Leonid Novitskiy Andreas Schulz BMW X-Raid
2012 Khalifa Al Mutaiwei Andreas Schulz Mini All4 Racing X-Raid
2013 Krzysztof Holowczyc Andreas Schulz Mini All4 Racing X-Raid
2014 Vladimir Vasilyev Konstantin Zhiltsov Mini All4 Racing X-Raid

See also

References

  1. ^ "Press Release World Motor Sport Council 23/06/2010". fia.com.  

External links

  • FIA Cross Country Rally World Cup official website
  • FIA Cross Country Rally World Cup on Facebook
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