2011 Rallye Sanremo

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2011 Rallye Sanremo
52º Rallye Sanremo
Round 9 of the 2011 Intercontinental Rally Challenge season
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Host country Italy Italy
Rally base Sanremo
Dates run 22 – 24 September 2011
Stages 13[1] (225.77 km; 140.29 mi)
Stage surface Asphalt
Overall distance 524.10 km (325.66 mi)
Results
Overall winner Belgium Thierry Neuville
Belgium Peugeot Team Belux
Crews 57[2] at start, 44 at finish

The 2011 Rallye Sanremo (53º Rallye Sanremo), was the 9th round of the 2011 Intercontinental Rally Challenge (IRC) season. The thirteen stage asphalt rally took place over 22 – 24 September 2011. The longest stage of the rally, Ronde, was run in darkness. All other stages were run in daylight.

Introduction[edit]

The rally took place in the province of Imperia, with a total length of 524.10 km (325.66 mi) of which 225.77 km (140.29 mi) were special stages. The rally base was located along the sea front and the old railway station in the heart of the town of Sanremo. Fifteen S2000 cars started the event with the main front runners in the championship, excluding Juho Hänninen, taking part.[3]

Results[edit]

Overall[edit]

Pos. Driver Co-driver Car Time Difference Points
1. Belgium Thierry Neuville Belgium Nicolas Gilsoul Peugeot 207 S2000 2:19:57.8 0.0 25
2. Norway Andreas Mikkelsen Norway Ola Fløene Škoda Fabia S2000 2:19:59.3 1.5 18
3. France Bryan Bouffier France Xavier Panseri Peugeot 207 S2000 2:20:13.8 16.0 15
4. Czech Republic Jan Kopecký Czech Republic Petr Starý Škoda Fabia S2000 2:21:06.9 1:09.1 12
5. Portugal Bruno Magalhães Portugal Paulo Grave Peugeot 207 S2000 2:21:23.8 1:26.0 10
6. Italy Alessandro Perico Italy Fabrizio Carrara Peugeot 207 S2000 2:23:45.6 3:47.8 8
7. Italy Umberto Scandola Italy Guido D'Amore Ford Fiesta S2000 2:24:03.7 4:05.9 6
8. France Pierre Campana France Sabrina De Castelli Peugeot 207 S2000 2:24:25.8 4:28.0 4
9. Finland Toni Gardemeister Finland Tapio Suominen Škoda Fabia S2000 2:25:21.9 5:24.1 2
10. Italy Giandomenico Basso Italy Mitia Dotta Proton Satria Neo S2000 2:27:24.7 7:26.9 1

Special stages[edit]

Day Stage Time Name Length Winner Time Avg. spd. Rally leader
Leg 1
(23 September)
SS1 13:54 Coldirodi 1 13.06 km Norway Andreas Mikkelsen 8:27.3 92.68 km/h Norway Andreas Mikkelsen
SS2 14:33 Bajardo 7.36 km Belgium Freddy Loix 5:18.7 83.14 km/h
SS3 14:51 Bignone 1 10.59 km Belgium Freddy Loix 6:51.5 92.65 km/h
SS4 16:50 Coldirodi 2 13.06 km Norway Andreas Mikkelsen 8:22.1 93.64 km/h
SS5 17:12 Apricale 17.43 km Norway Andreas Mikkelsen 12:19.4 84.86 km/h
SS6 17:39 Bignone 2 10.59 km Belgium Thierry Neuville
Norway Andreas Mikkelsen
6:47.0 93.67 km/h
SS7 22:33 Ronde 44.00 km Belgium Freddy Loix 29:35.7 89.20 km/h Belgium Freddy Loix
Leg 2
(24 September)
SS8 10:16 Colle Langan 1 20.57 km Belgium Thierry Neuville 13:49.9 89.23 km/h Norway Andreas Mikkelsen
SS9 10:53 Passo Teglia 1 18.80 km Belgium Thierry Neuville 13:38.6 82.68 km/h
SS10 12:02 Colle d'Oggia 1 15.47 km Belgium Freddy Loix 10:27.8 88.71 km/h Belgium Freddy Loix
SS11 15:16 Colle Langan 2 20.57 km stage cancelled Norway Andreas Mikkelsen
SS12 16:00 Passo Teglia 2 18.80 km Belgium Thierry Neuville 13:33.1 83.24 km/h Belgium Thierry Neuville
SS13 17:09 Colle d'Oggia 2 15.47 km Belgium Thierry Neuville 10:21.3 89.64 km/h

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Programme" (PDF). acisanremo.it. Retrieved 20 September 2011. 
  2. ^ "Entry List" (PDF). Ircseries.com. Retrieved 20 September 2011. 
  3. ^ "IRC Rallye Sanremo preview (part 2 of 2)". ircseries.com (Intercontinental Rally Challenge). 17 September 2011. Retrieved 20 September 2010. 

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