FIA World Cup for Cross-Country Rallies

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FIA World Cup for Cross-Country Rallies
Category Rally raid
CountryInternational
Inaugural season1993
Drivers' champion Flag of Poland.svg Jakub Przygoński
Makes' champion Mini All4 Racing
Official website FIA World Cup for Cross-Country Rallies
Motorsport current event.svg Current season

The FIA World Cup for Cross-Country Rallies is a rally raid series organised by the FIA, culminating with a champion driver, co-driver, and team; with additional trophies awarded to T2 and T3 drivers & teams.

Rally raid

Rally raid, also known as cross-country rallying, is a form of long distance off-road racing that takes place over several days. Each day may require traveling up to 900 kilometres (560 mi). The length of the event can be 3–15 days. Examples of rally raid races include the Dakar Rally, Africa Eco Race, Silk Way Rally, Budapest-Bamako, TransAnatolia Rally Raid, Hellas Rally Raid in Greece, Abu Dhabi Desert Challenge, Borneo Rally Raid, Baja Aragón, Raid De Himalaya, and Russian Baja Northern Forest.

Fédération Internationale de lAutomobile international sport governing body

The Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile is an association established on 20 June 1904 to represent the interests of motoring organisations and motor car users. To the general public, the FIA is mostly known as the governing body for many auto racing events. The FIA also promotes road safety around the world.

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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] With the start of the 2019 season the championship will once again be split into two separate categories with the FIA World Cup for Cross Country Bajas being held alongside the competition for cross country rallies. [2]

Champions

SeasondriverCo-driverCar
1993 Flag of France.svg Pierre Lartigue Flag of France.svg Michel Périn Citroën
1994 Flag of France.svg Pierre Lartigue Flag of France.svg Michel Périn Citroën
1995 Flag of France.svg Pierre Lartigue Flag of France.svg Michel Périn Citroën
1996 Flag of France.svg Pierre Lartigue Flag of France.svg Michel Périn Citroën
1997 Flag of Finland.svg Ari Vatanen Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Fred Gallagher Citroen
1998 Flag of France.svg Jean-Louis Schlesser Flag of France.svg Philippe Monnet Buggy Schlesser
1999 Flag of France.svg Jean-Louis Schlesser Flag of France.svg Philippe Monnet Buggy Schlesser
2000 Flag of France.svg Jean-Louis Schlesser Flag of Andorra.svg Henri Magne Buggy Schlesser
2001 Flag of France.svg Jean-Louis Schlesser Flag of Andorra.svg Henri Magne Buggy Schlesser
2002 Flag of France.svg Jean-Louis Schlesser Flag of Andorra.svg Henri Magne Buggy Schlesser
2003 Flag of Portugal.svg Carlos Sousa Flag of Andorra.svg Henri Magne Mitsubishi
2004 Flag of the United Arab Emirates.svg Khalifa Al Mutaiwei Flag of France.svg Alain Guehennec BMW
2005 Flag of France.svg Bruno Saby Flag of France.svg Michel Périn Volkswagen
2006 Flag of Russia.svg Sergey Shmakov Flag of Russia.svg Konstantin Meshcheryakov Buggy ZIL
2007 Flag of Spain.svg Carlos Sainz Flag of France.svg Michel Périn Volkswagen
2008 Flag of Qatar.svg Nasser Al-Attiyah Flag of Sweden.svg Tina Thörner BMW X-Raid
2009 Flag of France.svg Guerlain Chicherit Flag of Sweden.svg Tina Thörner BMW X-Raid
2010 Flag of Russia.svg Leonid Novitskiy Flag of Germany.svg Andreas Schulz BMW X-Raid
2011 Flag of Russia.svg Leonid Novitskiy Flag of Germany.svg Andreas Schulz BMW X-Raid
2012 Flag of the United Arab Emirates.svg Khalifa Al Mutaiwei Flag of Germany.svg Andreas Schulz Mini All4 Racing X-Raid
2013 Flag of Poland.svg Krzysztof Hołowczyc Flag of Germany.svg Andreas Schulz Mini All4 Racing X-Raid
2014 Flag of Russia.svg Vladimir Vasilyev Flag of Russia.svg Konstantin Zhiltsov Mini All4 Racing X-Raid
2015 Flag of Qatar.svg Nasser Al-Attiyah Flag of France.svg Mathieu Baumel Mini All4 Racing X-Raid
2016 Flag of Qatar.svg Nasser Al-Attiyah Flag of France.svg Mathieu Baumel Toyota Hilux 4x4
2017 Flag of Qatar.svg Nasser Al-Attiyah Flag of France.svg Mathieu Baumel Toyota Hilux 4x4
2018 Flag of Poland.svg Jakub Przygoński Flag of Belgium (civil).svg Tom Colsoul Mini All4 Racing X-Raid

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References

  1. "Press Release World Motor Sport Council 23/06/2010". fia.com. Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile. 2010-06-23. Archived from the original on 2010-06-26. Retrieved 2012-01-01.
  2. "2019 FIA World Cup Calendar". Rally Raid Network.
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