1993 World Rally Championship season

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The 1993 World Rally Champions; Juha Kankkunen's Toyota Celica GT-Four ST185.

The 1993 World Rally Championship season was the 21st season of the FIA World Rally Championship. The season consisted of 13 rallies. Juha Kankkunen won his fourth drivers' world championship in a Toyota Celica Turbo 4WD, ahead of François Delecour and Didier Auriol. The manufacturers' title was won by Toyota, ahead of Ford and Subaru.

Lancia dropped the Martini Racing works team, while the Lancia Delta continued through privateers Jolly Club and Astra Racing.

Teams and drivers[edit]

Team Constructor Car Tyre Drivers Rounds
Italy Jolly Club Lancia Delta HF Integrale M
P
Spain Carlos Sainz 1, 3, 5–8, 10–12
Italy Andrea Aghini 1, 3, 5–6, 11
Uruguay Gustavo Trelles 6–8, 12
Argentina Jorge Recalde 6
Italy Dario Cerrato 11
United Kingdom Ford Motor Company Ford Escort RS Cosworth M Italy Miki Biasion 1, 3, 5–8, 10–12
France François Delecour 1, 3, 5–6, 8, 10–13
Sweden Mikael Ericsson 2
Finland Sebastian Lindholm 2, 9, 13
United Kingdom Malcolm Wilson 2, 9, 13
Portugal Fernando Peres 3
Argentina Carlos Menem 7
Italy Gianfranco Cunico 11
Belgium Patrick Snijers 11
United Kingdom Robbie Head 13
Japan Toyota Castrol Team Toyota Celica Turbo 4WD
Celica GT-Four ST165
M France Didier Auriol 1–2, 5–10, 12–13
Finland Juha Kankkunen 1–2, 4, 6–10, 12–13
Sweden Mats Jonsson 2, 13
Sweden Tomas Jansson 2
Finland Markku Alén 4
Kenya Ian Duncan 4
Japan Yasuhiro Iwase 4
France François Chatriot 5
France Yves Loubet 5
Finland Hannu Mikkola 9
Australia Neal Bates 10
Japan Mitsubishi Ralliart Europe Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 1
Galant VR-4
M Germany Armin Schwarz 1, 3, 6, 9, 13
Sweden Kenneth Eriksson 1, 3, 6, 9, 13
Finland Jarmo Kytölehto 2, 9
Sweden Kenneth Bäcklund 2
Japan Kenjiro Shinozuka 4
Australia Ross Dunkerton 8, 10
Japan 555 Subaru World Rally Team Subaru Legacy RS
Impreza 555
Vivio Sedan 4WD
M
P
United Kingdom Colin McRae 2–6, 8, 10, 13
Finland Hannu Mikkola 2
Sweden Per Eklund 2
Finland Markku Alén 3, 9
Kenya Patrick Njiru 4
Japan Masashi Ishida 4
Finland Ari Vatanen 6, 8–10, 13
New Zealand Peter 'Possum' Bourne 8, 10
Italy Piero Liatti 11
United Kingdom Richard Burns 13
United Kingdom Alister McRae 13
United Kingdom Motor Sport Developments Opel Calibra Turbo 4x4 P Sweden Stig Blomqvist 2
Netherlands Erwin Doctor 12
Italy Astra Racing Lancia Delta HF Integrale M Finland Tommi Makinen 2, 6, 9
Italy Alex Fiorio 3, 6, 11–12
Argentina Jorge Recalde 3
Germany Audi Sport Audi Audi Coupé S2 M
P
Austria Sepp Haider 2, 8, 10
Austria Rudi Stohl 4, 6–7
France Société Diac Renault Clio Williams M France Alain Oreille 5
France Jean Ragnotti 5
France Serge Jordan 5

Points[edit]

1993 Manufacturers Championship Points
No Events Monaco Sweden Portugal Kenya France Greece Argentina New Zealand Finland Australia Italy Spain United Kingdom Total
1 Japan Toyota 17 20 20 17 20 (14) 20 20 20 157
2 United Kingdom Ford 17 20 20 20 17 17 (14) 20 14 145
3 Japan Subaru 14 12 10 20 17 17 10 10 110
4 Italy Lancia 14 12 17 12 12 17 8 92
5 Japan Mitsubishi 12 11 10 14 10 12 17 86
1993 World Rally Car Championship Points
No Events Monaco Sweden Portugal Kenya France Greece Argentina New Zealand Finland Australia Italy Spain United Kingdom Total
1 Finland Juha Kankkunen (8) 15 20 20 8 20 20 12 20 135
2 France François Delecour 15 20 20 15 12 20 10 112
3 France Didier Auriol 20 15 12 12 12 15 6 92
4 Italy Miki Biasion 12 15 4 20 15 10 76
5 United Kingdom Colin McRae 12 4 8 20 6 50
6 Spain Carlos Sainz 10 15 10 15 50
7 Sweden Kenneth Eriksson 10 8 8 15 41
8 Finland Ari Vatanen 15 15 8 38
9 Uruguay Gustavo Trelles 8 10 4 6 28
10 Finland Tommi Mäkinen 10 6 10 26
11 Finland Markku Alén 10 15 25
12 Germany Armin Schwarz 6 12 2 3 23
13 Sweden Mats Jonsson 20 2 22
14 Italy Andrea Aghini 12 10 22
15 Italy Gianfranco Cunico 20 20
16 Italy Alex Fiorio 6 4 8 18
17 Belgium Bruno Thiry 3 1 8 4 16
18 Belgium Patrick Snijers 15 15
19= Kenya Ian Duncan 12 12
19= France François Chatriot 12 12
19= Italy Gilberto Pianezzola 12 12
19= United Kingdom Malcolm Wilson 12 12
23 Austria Sepp Haider 4 8 12
24= Japan Yasuhiro Iwase 10 10
24= Australia Ross Dunkerton 10 10
24= Italy Piero Liatti 10 10
27= Sweden Björn Johansson 8 8
27= Kenya Guy Jack 8 8
27= Argentina Carlos Menem, Jr. 8 8
30 Austria Rudi Stohl 3 4 7
31= Sweden Per Eklund 6 6
31= Kenya Ashok Pattni 6 6
31= France Bernard Béguin 6 6
31= United Arab Emirates Mohammed Bin Sulayem 6 6
31= New Zealand Peter 'Possum' Bourne 6 6
31= Finland Sebastian Lindholm 6 6
31= Italy Renato Travaglia 6 6
38= Switzerland Olivier Burri 4 4
38= Kenya Marco Brighetti 4 4
38= Finland Hannu Mikkola 4 4
38= Australia Ed Ordynski 4 4
38= Italy Andrea Dallavilla 4 4
38= United Kingdom Richard Burns 4 4
44 Italy Alex Fassina 2 1 1 4
45= Sweden Kenneth Bäcklund 3 3
45= Portugal Jorge Bica 3 3
45= France Jean Ragnotti 3 3
45= Greece Kóstas Apostolou 3 3
45= Portugal António Coutinho 3 3
45= New Zealand Neil Allport 3 3
45= Finland Lasse Lampi 3 3
45= Australia Neal Bates 3 3
45= Italy Angelo Medeghini 3 3
45= Spain Luís Climent 3 3
55= Monaco Christophe Spiliotis 2 2
55= Finland Jarmo Kytölehto 2 2
55= Kenya Basmat Shamji 2 2
55= France Alain Oreille 2 2
55= Greece Níkos Tsadaris 2 2
55= Argentina Gabriel Raies 2 2
55= New Zealand Joe McAndrew 2 2
55= Japan Kiyoshi Inoue 2 2
55= Belgium Freddy Loix 2 2
55= Spain Mía Bardolet 2 2
65= France Jean-Baptiste Serpaggi 1 1
65= Sweden Per Svan 1 1
65= Austria Manfred Stohl 1 1
65= Italy Giovanni Manfrinato 1 1
65= Argentina José Ceccheto 1 1
65= Japan Yoshio Fujimoto 1 1
65= Finland Marcus Grönholm 1 1
65= Australia David Officer 1 1
65= Spain Oriol Gómez 1 1
65= United Kingdom Alister McRae 1 1

Events[edit]

1993 World Rally Championship event map
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Black = Tarmac Brown = Gravel Blue = Ice/Snow Red = Mixed Surface
1993 World Rally Championship schedule and results
Rally Name Dates run Podium Drivers (Finishing Time) Podium Cars
61ème Rallye Automobile de Monte-Carlo 21 January-27 January
  1. France Didier Auriol (6h:13m:43s)
  2. France François Delecour (6h:13m:58s)
  3. Italy Miki Biasion (6h:16m:59s)
  1. Toyota Celica Turbo 4WD
  2. Ford Escort RS Cosworth
  3. Ford Escort RS Cosworth
42nd International Swedish Rally 12 February-14 February
  1. Sweden Mats Jonsson (4h:49m:05s)
  2. Finland Juha Kankkunen (4h:49m:18s)
  3. United Kingdom Colin McRae (4h:49m:33s)
  1. Toyota Celica Turbo 4WD
  2. Toyota Celica Turbo 4WD
  3. Subaru Legacy RS
27º Rallye de Portugal 3 March-6 March
  1. France François Delecour (6h:20m:37s)
  2. Italy Miki Biasion (6h:21m:32s)
  3. Italy Andrea Aghini (6h:23m:17s)
  1. Ford Escort RS Cosworth
  2. Ford Escort RS Cosworth
  3. Lancia Delta HF Integrale
41st Trustbank Safari Rally 8 April-12 April
  1. Finland Juha Kankkunen (+3m:54s penalties)
  2. Finland Markku Alén (+4m:03s penalties)
  3. Kenya Ian Duncan (+5m:24s penalties)
  1. Toyota Celica Turbo 4WD
  2. Toyota Celica Turbo 4WD
  3. Toyota Celica Turbo 4WD
37ème Tour de Corse – Rallye de France 2 May-4 May
  1. France François Delecour (6h:14m:41s)
  2. France Didier Auriol (6h:15m:43s)
  3. France François Chatriot (6h:17m:23s)
  1. Ford Escort RS Cosworth
  2. Toyota Celica Turbo 4WD
  3. Toyota Celica Turbo 4WD
40th Acropolis Rally 30 May-1 June
  1. Italy Miki Biasion (6h:54m:35s)
  2. Spain Carlos Sainz (6h:55m:48s)
  3. Germany Armin Schwarz (6h:57m:19s)
  1. Ford Escort RS Cosworth
  2. Lancia Delta HF Integrale
  3. Mitsubishi Lancer RS
13º Rally Argentina 14 July-17 July
  1. Finland Juha Kankkunen (5h:32m:31s)
  2. Italy Miki Biasion (5h:34m:25s)
  3. France Didier Auriol (5h:49m:29s)
  1. Toyota Celica Turbo 4WD
  2. Ford Escort RS Cosworth
  3. Toyota Celica Turbo 4WD
23rd Rothmans Rally of New Zealand 5 August-8 August
  1. United Kingdom Colin McRae (6h:12m:31s)
  2. France François Delecour (6h:12m:58s)
  3. France Didier Auriol (6h:13m:00s)
  1. Subaru Legacy RS
  2. Ford Escort RS Cosworth
  3. Toyota Celica Turbo 4WD
43rd 1000 Lakes Rally 27 August-29 August
  1. Finland Juha Kankkunen (4h:23m:51s)
  2. Finland Ari Vatanen (4h:24m:38s)
  3. France Didier Auriol (4h:26m:01s)
  1. Toyota Celica Turbo 4WD
  2. Subaru Impreza 555
  3. Toyota Celica Turbo 4WD
6th Telecom Rally Australia 18 September-21 September
  1. Finland Juha Kankkunen (5h:19m:58s)
  2. Finland Ari Vatanen (5h:25m:50s)
  3. France François Delecour (5h:43m:42s)
  1. Toyota Celica Turbo 4WD
  2. Subaru Legacy RS
  3. Ford Escort RS Cosworth
35º Rallye Sanremo – Rallye d'Italia 11 October-13 October
  1. Italy Gianfranco Cunico (6h:19m:40s)
  2. Belgium Patrick Snijers (6h:21m:18s)
  3. Italy Gilberto Pianezzola (6h:30m:08s)
  1. Ford Escort RS Cosworth
  2. Ford Escort RS Cosworth
  3. Lancia Delta HF Integrale
29º Rallye Catalunya-Costa Brava (Rallye de España) 2 November-4 November
  1. France François Delecour (5h:36m:19s)
  2. France Didier Auriol (5h:37m:19s)
  3. Finland Juha Kankkunen (5h:40m:28s)
  1. Ford Escort RS Cosworth
  2. Toyota Celica Turbo 4WD
  3. Toyota Celica Turbo 4WD
49th Network Q RAC Rally 21 November-24 November
  1. Finland Juha Kankkunen (6h:25m:48s)
  2. Sweden Kenneth Eriksson (6h:27m:32s)
  3. United Kingdom Malcolm Wilson (6h:30m:51s)
  1. Toyota Celica Turbo 4WD
  2. Mitsubishi Lancer RS
  3. Ford Escort RS Cosworth

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