2017 FIA European Rallycross Championship

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The 2017 FIA European Rallycross Championship was the 42nd season of the FIA European Championships for Rallycross Drivers. The season consisted of nine rounds across three categories; Supercar, Super1600 and TouringCar. The season commencing on 1 April with the Spanish round at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya, and culminating on 1 October in Germany at the Estering. [1]

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Swede Kevin Hansen was the defending Supercar champion, Hungarian Krisztián Szabó was defending Super1600 champion and Norwegian Ben-Philip Gundersen was defending TouringCar champion.

2017 champions were Anton Marklund (Supercar), Krisztián Szabó (Super1600) and Lars Øivind Enerberg (TouringCar).

Calendar

RoundEventVenueDatesCategoryFinal WinnerCarTeam
1 Flag of Spain.svg Euro RX of Barcelona Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya 1–2 AprilSupercar Flag of Sweden.svg Anton Marklund Volkswagen Polo Flag of Sweden.svg Marklund Motorsport
TouringCar Flag of Sweden.svg Philip Gehrman Ford Fiesta Flag of Sweden.svg Bridgestone Motorsport
2 Flag of Portugal.svg Euro RX of Portugal Pista Automóvel de Montalegre 22–23 AprilSuper1600 Flag of Denmark.svg Ulrik Linnemann Peugeot 208 Flag of Denmark.svg Linnemann Motorsport
3 Flag of Belgium (civil).svg Euro RX of Belgium Circuit Jules Tacheny Mettet 13–14 MaySuper1600 Flag of Lithuania.svg Kasparas Navickas Škoda Fabia Flag of Lithuania.svg Taurages Automobiliu Klubas VŠĮ
TouringCar Flag of Norway.svg Lars Øivind Enerberg Ford Fiesta Flag of Norway.svg Lars Øivind Enerberg
4 Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Euro RX of Great Britain Lydden Hill Race Circuit 27–28 MayTouringCar Flag of Norway.svg Lars Øivind Enerberg Ford Fiesta Flag of Norway.svg Lars Øivind Enerberg
5 Flag of Norway.svg Euro RX of Norway Lånkebanen 10–11 JuneSupercar Flag of Sweden.svg Robin Larsson Audi A1 Flag of Sweden.svg Robin Larsson
TouringCar Flag of Norway.svg Lars Øivind Enerberg Ford Fiesta Flag of Norway.svg Lars Øivind Enerberg
6 Flag of Sweden.svg Euro RX of Sweden Höljesbanan 1–2 JulySupercar Flag of Sweden.svg Anton Marklund Volkswagen Polo Flag of Sweden.svg Marklund Motorsport
Super1600 Flag of Latvia.svg Artis Baumanis Škoda Fabia Flag of Hungary.svg Volland Racing
7 Flag of France.svg Euro RX of France Circuit de Lohéac 2–3 SeptemberSupercar Flag of Norway.svg Thomas Bryntesson Ford Fiesta Flag of Sweden.svg JC Raceteknik
Super1600 Flag of Hungary.svg Krisztián Szabó Škoda Fabia Flag of Hungary.svg Volland Racing
8 Flag of Latvia.svg Euro RX of Latvia Biķernieku Kompleksā Sporta Bāze 16–17 SeptemberSupercar Flag of Sweden.svg Anton Marklund Volkswagen Polo Flag of Sweden.svg Marklund Motorsport
Super1600 Flag of Hungary.svg Krisztián Szabó Škoda Fabia Flag of Hungary.svg Volland Racing
9 Flag of Germany.svg Euro RX of Germany Estering 30 September–1 OctoberSuper1600 Flag of Lithuania.svg Kasparas Navickas Škoda Fabia Flag of Lithuania.svg Taurages Automobiliu Klubas VŠĮ
TouringCar Flag of Norway.svg Ben-Philip Gundersen Ford Fiesta Flag of Norway.svg Ben-Philip Gundersen

Entry list

Supercar

ConstructorEntrantCarNo.DriverRounds
Audi Flag of Sweden.svg Robin Larsson Audi A1 4 Flag of Sweden.svg Robin Larsson 1–5
Flag of Hungary.svg Kárai Motorsport Sportegyesület102 Flag of Hungary.svg Tamás Kárai1–5
Flag of Germany.svg All-Inkl.com Münnich Motorsport Audi S3 38 Flag of Germany.svg Mandie August1–3
Citroën
Flag of Norway.svg Ole Kristian Temte Citroën C4 30 Flag of Norway.svg Ole Kristian Temte 1–5
Flag of France.svg Firmin Cadeddu62 Flag of France.svg Firmin Cadeddu1–2, 4
Flag of France.svg DA Racing [2] Citroën DS3 22 Flag of France.svg Andréa Dubourg1–5
Flag of Norway.svg Tore Kristoffersen32 Flag of Norway.svg Tore Kristoffersen1–5
Flag of France.svg Hervé "Knapick" Lemonnier [3] 74 Flag of France.svg Jérôme Grosset-Janin 1–5
Flag of Germany.svg All-Inkl.com Münnich Motorsport 77 Flag of Germany.svg René Münnich 2–3
Ford Flag of Ireland.svg Oliver O'Donovan Ford Fiesta 2 Flag of Ireland.svg Oliver O'Donovan 1–5
Flag of Estonia.svg Tikkri Motorsport23 Flag of Estonia.svg Mart Tikkerbär2, 5
Flag of Finland.svg Ari-Pekka Niemi37 Flag of Finland.svg Ari-Pekka Niemi3
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg "M.D.K"49 Flag of Belgium (civil).svg "M.D.K"1–5
Flag of Sweden.svg Mats Öhman54 Flag of Sweden.svg Mats Öhman2–4
Flag of Lithuania.svg Baltijos Sportas Klaipedos m. TSK55 Flag of Lithuania.svg Paulius Pleskovas2–5
Flag of Norway.svg Stein Egil Jenssen61 Flag of Norway.svg Stein Egil Jenssen3
Flag of Sweden.svg Hedströms Motorsport [4] 63 Flag of Norway.svg Joachim Hvaal1–5
Flag of Poland.svg Martin Kaczmarski69 Flag of Poland.svg Martin Kaczmarski1–2, 5
Flag of Germany.svg Andreas Steffen80 Flag of Germany.svg Andreas Steffen1–5
Flag of Sweden.svg JC Raceteknik [5] 90 Flag of Norway.svg Thomas Bryntesson 1–5
91 Flag of Norway.svg Ola Frøshaug1–5
Reinsalu Sport95 Flag of Estonia.svg Andri Õun1–5
Flag of Ireland.svg Derek Tohill 111 Flag of Ireland.svg Derek Tohill 1–5
Flag of Norway.svg Knut-Ove Børseth Ford Focus 70 Flag of Norway.svg Knut-Ove Børseth2
Mini Flag of Finland.svg #MiniSuomi Mini Countryman 12 Flag of Finland.svg Riku Tahko1–5
Mitsubishi Flag of the United Kingdom.svg James Grint Mitsubishi Mirage 27 Flag of the United Kingdom.svg James Grint4
Peugeot Flag of France.svg Pailler Compétition Peugeot 208 18 Flag of France.svg Jonathan Pailler4
20 Flag of France.svg Fabien Pailler4
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Albatec Racing [6] 14 Flag of Finland.svg Jere Kalliokoski1–5
24 Flag of Norway.svg Tommy Rustad 1–5
121 Flag of France.svg Philippe Maloigne1
Flag of Lebanon.svg Nabil Karam35 Flag of Lebanon.svg Nabil Karam4
Flag of Hungary.svg Speedbox Racing Team 47 Flag of Hungary.svg Tamás Pál Kiss 1–5
Flag of France.svg Rodolphe Audran56 Flag of France.svg Rodolphe Audran4
Flag of France.svg Patrick Guillerme83 Flag of France.svg Patrick Guillerme1, 4
Renault Flag of France.svg David Olivier Renault Logan 85 Flag of France.svg David Olivier4
SEAT Flag of Germany.svg All-Inkl.com Münnich Motorsport Seat Ibiza 38 Flag of Germany.svg Mandie August4–5
77 Flag of Germany.svg René Münnich 1, 4–5
Volkswagen Flag of Sweden.svg Marklund Motorsport [7] Volkswagen Polo 19 Flag of Sweden.svg Magda Andersson 1–5
92 Flag of Sweden.svg Anton Marklund 1–5
Flag of Sweden.svg Hedströms Motorsport [8] 8 Flag of Sweden.svg Peter Hedström 1–5
53 Flag of Norway.svg Alexander Hvaal 1–4
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg Oud-Turnhout Rally Team28 Flag of Belgium (civil).svg Jochen Coox3
Flag of Sweden.svg Eklund Motorsport Volkswagen Beetle 39 Flag of Sweden.svg Philip Gehrman3, 5
73 Flag of Norway.svg Henning Solberg 1–3
Volvo Flag of Norway.svg Tom Daniel Tånevik Volvo C30 16 Flag of Norway.svg Tom Daniel Tånevik1–5

Super1600

ConstructorEntrantCarNo.DriverRounds
Alfa Romeo Flag of Italy.svg Tedak Racing Alfa Romeo MiTo 43 Flag of Italy.svg Davide Medici4
45 Flag of Italy.svg Max Vercelli2
Flag of Italy.svg Luciano Visintin69 Flag of Italy.svg Luciano Visintin4
Citroën Flag of Portugal.svg Hélder Ribeiro Citroën C2 22 Flag of Portugal.svg Hélder Ribeiro1
Flag of France.svg Damien Meunier25 Flag of France.svg Damien Meunier4
Flag of Portugal.svg Nuno Araújo26 Flag of Portugal.svg Nuno Araújo1
Flag of France.svg Jimmy Terpereau37 Flag of France.svg Jimmy Terpereau1–5
Flag of Norway.svg Marius Bermingrud51 Flag of Norway.svg Marius Bermingrud6
Flag of France.svg Maximilien Eveno75 Flag of France.svg Maximilien Eveno4
Flag of Norway.svg Ada Marie Hvaal97 Flag of Norway.svg Ada Marie Hvaal2–3
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg Oud-Turnhout Rally Team Citroën DS3 13 Flag of Belgium (civil).svg Davy van den Branden2
Flag of Portugal.svg Antonio Sousa28 Flag of Portugal.svg Antonio Sousa1
Ford Flag of the Czech Republic.svg LS Racing Czech National Team Ford Fiesta 5 Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Ondřej Smetana 1–6
Flag of Germany.svg Schomaker-Racing72 Flag of Germany.svg Sven Seeliger2, 6
Flag of Portugal.svg Marió Barbosa76 Flag of Portugal.svg Marió Barbosa1–2, 4
Flag of Portugal.svg Marió Texeira77 Flag of Portugal.svg Marió Texeira1
Flag of Estonia.svg Reinsalu Sport Ford Ka 29 Flag of Estonia.svg Arvo Kask3, 5
Opel Flag of Norway.svg Lars Christian Lote Rosland Opel Corsa 80 Flag of Norway.svg Lars-Christian Rosland1–6
Peugeot Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Jihocesky Autocklub V ACR Peugeot 207 30 Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Marcel Suchý3–6
Flag of Denmark.svg Linnemann Motorsport Peugeot 208 2 Flag of Denmark.svg Ulrik Linnemann1–6
12 Flag of Denmark.svg Daniel Nielsen6
Flag of Norway.svg Espen Isaksætre8 Flag of Norway.svg Espen Isaksætre3, 5
Flag of France.svg Emmanuel Martin39 Flag of France.svg Emmanuel Martin4
Flag of France.svg Grégory Fosse40 Flag of France.svg Grégory Fosse4
Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Veverka Czech National Team66 Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Václav Veverka1–6
Flag of France.svg Rudolf Schafer73 Flag of France.svg Rudolf Schafer1–2, 4
Renault Flag of France.svg Anthony Jan Renault Clio 35 Flag of France.svg Anthony Jan4
Flag of the Netherlands.svg Marcel Snoeijers Renault Mégane 50 Flag of the Netherlands.svg Marcel Snoeijers5–6
Flag of Finland.svg Set Promotion Renault Twingo 11 Flag of Finland.svg Jussi-Petteri Leppihalme1–6
46 Flag of Latvia.svg Mārtiņš Lapiņš5
89 Flag of Russia.svg Timur Shigaboutdinov1–6
Flag of Estonia.svg RS Racing Team20 Flag of Estonia.svg Siim Saluri1–6
Flag of Latvia.svg TT Motorsport33 Flag of Latvia.svg Arnis Odiņš3, 5–6
34 Flag of Latvia.svg Juris Spikis2–3, 5–6
Flag of France.svg Enzo Libner36 Flag of France.svg Enzo Libner4
Škoda Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Diana Czech National Team Škoda Fabia 3 Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Pavel Vimmer1–6
Flag of Lithuania.svg Taurages Automobiliu Klubas VŠĮ6 Flag of Lithuania.svg Kasparas Navickas1–6
Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Zdeněk Kučera9 Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Zdeněk Kučera1–6
Flag of Estonia.svg Ligur Racing10 Flag of Estonia.svg Janno Ligur1–6
Flag of Hungary.svg Volland Racing14 Flag of Lithuania.svg Rokas Baciuska4–5
15 Flag of Hungary.svg Gergely Marton1–6
17 Flag of Latvia.svg Artis Baumanis1–6
23 Flag of Hungary.svg Krisztián Szabó1–6
Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Josef Šusta 16 Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Josef Šusta 1–6
Flag of Hungary.svg Speedy Motorsport 18 Flag of Hungary.svg Zsolt Szíjj1–3
Flag of France.svg Patrice Durand27 Flag of France.svg Patrice Durand4
Flag of Estonia.svg Reinsalu Sport47 Flag of Estonia.svg Andre Krug4–5
Flag of Hungary.svg Nyirád Motorsport48 Flag of Hungary.svg Attila Mózer5
Suzuki Flag of France.svg Julien Hardonnière Suzuki Swift 41 Flag of France.svg Julien Hardonnière4
Flag of Hungary.svg TQS Hungary52 Flag of Hungary.svg Marcell Kovács6
Volkswagen Flag of Norway.svg Anders Bjørland Hansen Volkswagen Polo 4 Flag of Norway.svg Anders Bjørland Hansen1–5
Flag of Latvia.svg Edijs Ošs49 Flag of Latvia.svg Edijs Ošs5
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg Nationale Renstal Trommelke Vzw94 Flag of Belgium (civil).svg Nick Vanalken2

TouringCar

ConstructorEntrantCarNo.DriverRound
BMW Flag of Germany.svg Ralf Evers BMW E87 28 Flag of Germany.svg Ralf Evers5
Citroën Flag of Norway.svg Camilla Antonsen Citroën DS3 15 Flag of Norway.svg Camilla Antonsen4
Flag of Sweden.svg Fredrik Salsten17 Flag of Sweden.svg Fredrik Salsten5
Ford Flag of Norway.svg Ben-Philip Gundersen Ford Fiesta 1 Flag of Norway.svg Ben-Philip Gundersen1–5
Flag of Norway.svg David Nordgård2 Flag of Norway.svg David Nordgård1–5
Flag of Norway.svg Anders Nymoen Bråten3 Flag of Norway.svg Anders Nymoen Bråten1–5
Flag of Norway.svg Fredrik R. Magnussen12 Flag of Norway.svg Fredrik R. Magnussen4
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg Trommelke77 Flag of Belgium (civil).svg Steve Volders1–5
Flag of the Netherlands.svg Mandy Kasse88 Flag of the Netherlands.svg Mandy Kasse2–3
Flag of Norway.svg Lars Øivind Enerberg90 Flag of Norway.svg Lars Øivind Enerberg1–5
Flag of Sweden.svg Bridgestone Motorsport95 Flag of Sweden.svg Philip Gehrman1–5
Flag of Norway.svg Kai Arne Homme Ford Focus 78 Flag of Norway.svg Kai Arne Homme1–2, 4
Mazda Flag of Norway.svg Per Magne Røyrås Mazda RX-8 5 Flag of Norway.svg Per Magne Røyrås1–5
Flag of Norway.svg Sivert Svardal9 Flag of Norway.svg Sivert Svardal4
Flag of Norway.svg Steinar Stokke11 Flag of Norway.svg Steinar Stokke1–5
Opel Flag of Norway.svg Petter Brauten Opel Corsa 86 Flag of Norway.svg Petter Brauten1–2, 4
Škoda Flag of Sweden.svg Bridgestone Motorsport Škoda Fabia 4 Flag of Norway.svg Kjetil Larsen1–5
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg Ecurie N.E.W. Racing22 Flag of Belgium (civil).svg Florent Hontoir2
Toyota Flag of Sweden.svg Sören Hedlund Toyota Auris 83 Flag of Sweden.svg Sören Hedlund5
Volvo Flag of Belgium (civil).svg OTRT Volvo C30 14 Flag of Belgium (civil).svg Danny de Beuckelaer2

Championship Standings

(key)

Supercar

Anton Marklund was the champion in the Supercar class Anton Marklund-Volkswagen Polo.jpg
Anton Marklund was the champion in the Supercar class
Pos.Driver BAR
Flag of Spain.svg
NOR
Flag of Norway.svg
SWE
Flag of Sweden.svg
FRA
Flag of France.svg
LAT
Flag of Latvia.svg
Points
1 Flag of Sweden.svg Anton Marklund 1214b1129
2 Flag of Norway.svg Thomas Bryntesson 77716101
3 Flag of Hungary.svg Tamás Pál Kiss 25322390
4 Flag of Sweden.svg Robin Larsson 81814288
5 Flag of Norway.svg Tommy Rustad 9696486
6 Flag of Norway.svg Alexander Hvaal 1035810c61
7 Flag of Ireland.svg Derek Tohill 510115859
8 Flag of Sweden.svg Peter Hedström 2942171250
9 Flag of France.svg Jérôme Grosset-Janin 1181810745
10 Flag of Norway.svg Ola Frøshaug139416940
11 Flag of Germany.svg René Münnich 4193131738
12 Flag of Ireland.svg Oliver O'Donovan 31316121333
13 Flag of Finland.svg Jere Kalliokoski151110151525
14 Flag of Norway.svg Henning Solberg 6121423
15 Flag of France.svg Firmin Cadeddu1718321
16 Flag of Sweden.svg Magda Andersson 28151291919
17 Flag of Hungary.svg Tamás Kárai23232225516
18 Flag of Sweden.svg Mats Ӧhman2462611
19 Flag of Sweden.svg Philip Gehrman19118
20 Flag of France.svg Patrick Guillerme24117
21 Flag of Poland.svg Martin Kaczmarski1224247
22 Flag of France.svg Andréa Dubourg16161321256
23 Flag of Finland.svg Riku Tahko14212133146
24 Flag of France.svg Jonathan Pailler7a4
25 Flag of Norway.svg Knut-Ove Børseth143
26 Flag of Belgium (civil).svg "M.D.K" 18281523272
27 Flag of Norway.svg Tom-Daniel Tånevik21263118161
28 Flag of Norway.svg Joachim Hvaal20201719230
29 Flag of Germany.svg Mandie August25222322180
30 Flag of France.svg Philippe Maloigne190
31 Flag of Lithuania.svg Paulius Pleskovas292431200
32 Flag of Norway.svg Stein-Egil Jenssen200
33 Flag of France.svg David Olivier200
34 Flag of Norway.svg Tore Kristoffersen26302529210
35 Flag of Germany.svg Andreas Steffen222528240
36 Flag of Estonia.svg Andri Õun27272630220
37 Flag of Estonia.svg Mart Tikkerbär32260
38 Flag of Belgium (civil).svg Jochen Coox270
39 Flag of Norway.svg Ole-Kristian Temte 30313032280
40 Flag of Finland.svg Ari-Pekka Niemi290
41 Flag of France.svg Rodolphe Audran340
42 Flag of the United Kingdom.svg James Grint350
43 Flag of France.svg Fabien Pailler27a-10
44 Flag of Lebanon.svg Nabil Karam28a-10
Pos.Driver BAR
Flag of Spain.svg
NOR
Flag of Norway.svg
SWE
Flag of Sweden.svg
FRA
Flag of France.svg
LAT
Flag of Latvia.svg
Points

aLoss of ten championship points for presenting a turbocharger for sealing after initial scrutineering. [9]
bLoss of five championship points for receiving his third reprimand of the season. [9]
cLoss of ten championship points – stewards decision No.10. [10]

Super1600

Pos.Driver POR
Flag of Portugal.svg
BEL
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg
SWE
Flag of Sweden.svg
FRA
Flag of France.svg
LAT
Flag of Latvia.svg
GER
Flag of Germany.svg
Points
1 Flag of Hungary.svg Krisztián Szabó282116137
2 Flag of Latvia.svg Artis Baumanis351583127
3 Flag of Finland.svg Jussi-Petteri Leppihalme635932121
4 Flag of Lithuania.svg Kasparas Navickas4182471110
5 Flag of Denmark.svg Ulrik Linnemann1611312993
6 Flag of Estonia.svg Janno Ligur823114492
7 Flag of Russia.svg Timur Shigaboutdinov544891288
8 Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Josef Šusta19119713558
9 Flag of Hungary.svg Gergely Marton11146461554
10 Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Ondřej Smetana 79121511753
11 Flag of Lithuania.svg Rokas Baciuska6244
12 Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Václav Veverka1212143115830
13 Flag of France.svg Jimmy Terpereau13710181829
14 Flag of France.svg Maximilien Eveno226
15 Flag of Latvia.svg Juris Spikis101951325
16 Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Pavel Vimmer9201712201125
17 Flag of Estonia.svg Siim Saluri10132116211024
18 Flag of Norway.svg Espen Isaksætre71716
19 Flag of Latvia.svg Arnis Odiņš151013
20 Flag of France.svg Enzo Libner1010
21 Flag of Norway.svg Anders Bjørland Hansen211513141610
22 Flag of France.svg Julien Hardonnière134
23 Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Zdeněk Kučera1419242319183
24 Flag of Germany.svg Sven Seelinger18143
25 Flag of Latvia.svg Mārtiņš Lapiņš143
26 Flag of France.svg Rudolf Schafer1516223
27 Flag of Norway.svg Lars-Christian Rosland2017161925191
28 Flag of Hungary.svg Zsolt Szíjj1624181
29 Flag of Hungary.svg Marcell Kovács161
30 Flag of Portugal.svg Mário Barbosa1721210
31 Flag of France.svg Damien Meunier170
32 Flag of Portugal.svg Mário Teixeira180
33 Flag of Norway.svg Ada Marie Hvaal25200
34 Flag of Norway.svg Marius Bermingrud200
35 Flag of France.svg Patrice Durand200
36 Flag of the Netherlands.svg Marcel Snoeijers27210
37 Flag of Estonia.svg Arvo Kask22220
38 Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Marcel Suchý232726220
39 Flag of Portugal.svg Nuno Araújo220
40 Flag of Belgium (civil).svg Davy Van Den Branden220
41 Flag of Estonia.svg Andre Krug26230
42 Flag of Portugal.svg Hélder Ribeiro230
43 Flag of Denmark.svg Daniel Nielsen230
44 Flag of Belgium (civil).svg Nick Vanalken230
45 Flag of Latvia.svg Edijs Ošs240
46 Flag of Portugal.svg Antonio Sousa240
47 Flag of Italy.svg Davide Medici250
48 Flag of Italy.svg Max Vercelli260
49 Flag of Hungary.svg Attila Mózer280
50 Flag of France.svg Grégory Fosse280
51 Flag of France.svg Anthony Jan290
52 Flag of Italy.svg Luciano Visintin300
53 Flag of France.svg Emmanuel Martin320
Pos.Driver POR
Flag of Portugal.svg
BEL
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg
SWE
Flag of Sweden.svg
FRA
Flag of France.svg
LAT
Flag of Latvia.svg
GER
Flag of Germany.svg
Points

TouringCar

Pos.Driver BAR
Flag of Spain.svg
BEL
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg
GBR
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg
NOR
Flag of Norway.svg
GER
Flag of Germany.svg
Points
1 Flag of Norway.svg Lars Øivind Enerberg61117123
2 Flag of Norway.svg Anders Nymoen Bråten42583107
3 Flag of Sweden.svg Philip Gehrman13824104
4 Flag of Belgium (civil).svg Steve Volders8526591
5 Flag of Norway.svg David Nordgård31264286
6 Flag of Norway.svg Kjetil Larsen5939682
7 Flag of Norway.svg Ben-Phillip Gundersen10747179
8 Flag of Norway.svg Steinar Stokke9475960
9 Flag of Norway.svg Per Magne Røyrås2139101249
10 Flag of Norway.svg Fredrik R. Magnussen323
11 Flag of the Netherlands.svg Mandy Kasse61022
12 Flag of Norway.svg Kai Arne Homme7141321
13 Flag of Belgium (civil).svg Danny De Beuckelaer812
14 Flag of Sweden.svg Fredrik Salsten810
15 Flag of Sweden.svg Sören Hedlund109
16 Flag of Norway.svg Petter BrautenDSQ10148
17 Flag of Belgium (civil).svg Florent Hontoir118
18 Flag of Germany.svg Ralf Evers118
19 Flag of Norway.svg Camilla Antonsen118
20 Flag of Norway.svg Sivert Svardal127
Pos.Driver BAR
Flag of Spain.svg
BEL
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg
GBR
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg
NOR
Flag of Norway.svg
GER
Flag of Germany.svg
Points

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