2024 WRC Championship – Rankings after Rally Poland

Discover the 2024 WRC Drivers and Manufacturers rankings after the Rally Poland, the seventh round of the year won by Kalle Rovanperä.

Published on 30/06/2024 à 17:01

Medhi Casaurang

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2024 WRC Championship – Rankings after Rally Poland

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Substitute at short notice Sébastien Ogier, victim of a road accident during reconnaissance, Kalle Rovanperä refueled for her first participation in the Rally from Poland: in addition to the victory, the pilot Toyota is the one who scored the most weekend points with 27 points!

More offensive on Sunday, Adrien fourmaux scored the same number of points as Elfyn Evans, while the latter finished ahead of him in the rally standings (17 points). Despite his withdrawal on Saturday, Ott Tänak saved the furniture in Poland: the Estonian collected a whopping 11 units. In the championship, Thierry Neuville (136 points) remains 15 points ahead of Elfyn Evans (121 points), who overtakes Tänak for 2nd place. Sébastien Ogier (92 points) remains in 4th place ahead of Adrien Fourmaux (91 points).

Among manufacturers, Hyundai (311 points) loses a few feathers against Toyota, which is only 10 lengths closer (301 points). M-Sport Ford brings up the rear with 156 points.

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WRC 2024 – Driver Rankings

1) Thierry Neuville (Hyundai) – 136 points (6+3+5 in Poland)
2) Elfyn Evans (Toyota) – 121 points (13+4)
3) Ott Tänak (Hyundai) – 115 points (0+7+4)
4) Sébastien Ogier (Toyota) – 92 points
5) Adrien Fourmaux (M-Sport Ford) – 91 points (10+5+2)
6) Kalle Rovanperä (Toyota) – 63 points (18+6+3)
7) Takamoto Katsuta (Toyota) – 58 points (3+2+1)
8) Andreas Mikkelsen (Hyundai) – 29 points (15)
9) Dani Sordo (Hyundai) – 27 points (13+3+0)
10) Esapekka Lappi (Hyundai) – 23 points

WRC 2024 – Manufacturers Ranking

1) Hyundai – 311 points
2) Toyota – 301 points
3) M-Sport Ford – 156 points

WRC2 2024 – Driver Rankings

1) Yohan Rossel (Citroën) – 71 points (4 out of 7 rallies)
2) Sami Pajari (Toyota) 61 points (4/7)
3) Oliver Solberg (Skoda) – 61 points (4/7)
3) Jan Solans (Toyota) – 48 points (4/7)
5) Nikolay Gryazin (Citroën) – 40 points (2/7)
6) Lauri Joona (Skoda) – 37 points (4/7)
7) Nicolas Ciamin (Hyundai) – 36 points (4/7)
8) Pepe Lopez (Skoda) – 33 points (3/7)
9) Gus Greensmith (Skoda) – 25 points (2/7)
9) Kajetan Kajetanowicz (Skoda) – 25 points (2/7)
11) Josh McErlein (Skoda) – 22 points (2/7)
12) Roope Korhonen (Toyota) – 20 points (2/7)

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Medhi Casaurang

Passionate about the history of motorsport across all disciplines, I learned to read thanks to AUTOhebdo. At least that's what my parents tell everyone when they see my name inside!

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