2013 European Rally Championship season

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2013 European Rally Championship season
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The 2013 European Rally Championship season is the 61st season of the FIA European Rally Championship, the European continental championship series in rallying. The season is also the first following the merger between the European Rally Championship and the Intercontinental Rally Challenge. French broadcaster Eurosport, which previously organised the IRC, assumed the duties of organising the ERC.

The season started in Austria on 3 January, with the running of the Internationale Jänner Rallye, and finished on 9 November at the International Rallye du Valais.[1] Jan Kopecký won the Championship after scoring a total of six victories and two more podium finishes.

Calendar[edit]

The calendar for the 2013 season will feature twelve rallies, which were drawn from the 2012 European Rally Championship and Intercontinental Rally Challenge calendars. A final calendar of thirteen events was confirmed on 15 December 2012,[1] however in April 2013 Rally San Marino lost its place on the calendar.[2]

Round Dates Rally name Surface
1 16–19 January Austria Internationale Jänner Rallye Mixed
2 1–3 February Latvia Rally Liepāja-Ventspils Mixed
3 21–23 March Spain Rally Islas Canarias El Corte Inglés Tarmac
4 25–27 April Portugal SATA Rallye Açores Gravel
5 16–18 May France Tour de Corse Tarmac
6 27–29 June Belgium GEKO Ypres Rally Tarmac
7 25–27 July Romania Sibiu Rally Romania Gravel
8 30 August–1 September Czech Republic Barum Czech Rally Zlín Tarmac
9 13–15 September Poland Rally Poland Gravel
10 26–28 September Croatia Croatia Rally Tarmac
11 10–12 October Italy Rallye Sanremo Tarmac
12 7–9 November Switzerland Rallye International du Valais Tarmac

Selected entries[edit]

The following teams and drivers represent the major entries participating in the 2013 season:

Constructor Car Entrant Driver Co-driver Rounds
Citroën Citroën DS3 RRC France PH Sport Poland Robert Kubica[3] Poland Maciek Baran 3–5, 9
Ford Ford Fiesta RRC United Kingdom Autotek Motorsport[4] Finland Jari Ketomaa[4] Finland Kaj Lindström 2
Austria Stohl Racing Brazil Daniel Oliveira Portugal Antonio Costa 3
Portugal Carlos Magalhaes 5
Ukraine AT Rally Team Ukraine Oleksiy Tamrazov Ukraine Pavlo Cherepin 3, 5
Portugal Team Ford Quinta do Lorde Portugal Bernardo Sousa Portugal Hugo Magalhães 4
France Team Emap Yacco France Julien Maurin France Nicolas Klinger 5
Italy Miele Racing Italy Lorenzo Bertelli Italy Mitia Dotta 5
Poland Synthos Cersanit Rally Team Poland Michał Sołowow Poland Sebastian Rozwadowski 6, 9
Poland Lotto Team Poland Krzysztof Hołowczyc Poland Lukasz Kurzeja 9
Croatia AK Delta Timing Croatia Daniel Šaškin Croatia Damir Bruner 10
Switzerland Scuderia Zero4 Piu Switzerland Olivier Burri Switzerland André Saucy 12
Ford Fiesta S2000 Belgium Symtech Racing New Zealand Hayden Paddon New Zealand John Kennard 6
Ukraine AT Rally Team Finland Mikko Pajunen Finland Janne Perälä 6
Netherlands Kobus Tuning Netherlands Hermen Kobus Netherlands Erik de Wild 6
Finland Printsport Racing Turkey Yagiz Avci Turkey Bahadir Gucenmez 9
Poland Inter Cars Castrol TRW Poland Maciek Oleksowicz Poland Michał Kusnierz 9
Lithuania Sport Racing Technologies Russia Vasily Gryazin Russia Dimitriy Chumak 9, 11–12
Ford Fiesta R5 Slovakia Rufa Sport Czech Republic Tomáš Kostka Czech Republic Miroslav Houšť 8
Czech Republic Delimax Team Czech Republic Pavel Valoušek Czech Republic Martina Škardová 8
Poland Lotos Rally Team Poland Kajetan Kajetanwicz Poland Jarosław Baran 9
Poland Michał Kościuszko Poland Maciek Szczepaniak 9
Estonia MM Motorsport Estonia Martin Kangur Estonia Andres Ots 9
Bulgaria Globul Rally Team Bulgaria Krum Donchev Bulgaria Petar Yordanov 10
Mini Mini John Cooper Works S2000 Czech Republic EuroOil Invelt Team Czech Republic Václav Pech Czech Republic Petr Uhel 1, 8
Norway Adapta Motorsport Latvia Raimonds Kisiels Latvia Arnis Ronis 2
Spain Canarias Sport Club Spain Luis Monzón Spain Jose Carlos Deniz 3
France First Motorsport France Stéphane Sarrazin France Jacques-Julien Renucci 5
Mitsubishi Mitsubishi Lancer Evo IX R4 Austria DiTech Racing Team Austria Beppo Harrach Austria Leopold Welsersheimb 1
Lithuania Sports Racing Technologies Russia Vasiliy Gryazin Russia Dmitriy Chumak 2
Czech Republic GPD Mit Metal Racing Team Czech Republic Jaroslav Orsák Czech Republic David Šmeidler 4–5
Czech Republic Karel Vajík 6
Czech Republic Lukáš Kostka 7–9
Czech Republic Robert Kořístka 10
Romania Napoca Rally Academy Romania Bogdan Marişca Romania Sebastian Itu 5
Hungary Botka Rally Team Kft. Hungary Dávid Botka Hungary Péter Mihalik 7
Mitsubishi Lancer Evo IX Czech Republic GPD Mit Metal Racing Team Czech Republic Jaroslav Orsák Czech Republic David Šmeidler 1–2
Czech Republic Robert Kořístka Czech Republic Michal Drozd 8
Germany Gassner Motorsport Sweden Stig Blomqvist Sweden Robert Jakobsson 1
Romania Napoca Rally Academy Italy Andrea Smiderle Italy Gianni Marchi 4
Romania Bogdan Marişca Romania Sebastian Itu 7, 10
Romania Horaţiu Savu Romania Alexandru Giuşcă 7
Mitsubishi Lancer Evo X Latvia Autostils Rally Technica Russia Alexey Lukyanuk Russia Alexey Arnautov 2
Lithuania Rokas Kvaraciejus Lithuania Mindaugas Čepulis 2
Romania Vallino Rally Team Romania Edwin Keleti Romania Botond Csomortani 4, 7
Ukraine The Boar — Proracing Ukraine Vitaliy Pushkar Ukraine Ivan Mishyn 6
Mitsubishi Lancer Evo X R4 Latvia Autostils Rally Technica Estonia Siim Plangi Estonia Marek Sarapuu 2
United Kingdom Prodrive Hungary Gergely Szabo Romania Karoly Borbely 2, 7
Ukraine The Boar — Proracing Ukraine Vitaliy Pushkar Ukraine Ivan Mishyn 2, 4, 7
Russia Artem Nazarov Estonia Sergei Larens 4
Belgium Autostal Atlantic Belgium Andy Lefevere Belgium Andy Vangheluwe 6
Romania Vallino Rally Team Romania Valentin Porcișteanu Romania Dan Dobre 7
Germany Kathrein Renn und Rallye Team Germany Hermann Gassner Austria Ursula Mayrhofer 10
Peugeot Peugeot 207 S2000 France Ateneo[5] France Bryan Bouffier[5] France Olivier Fournier[5] 1
France Xavier Panseri 4–5, 7–9, 11
Belgium Lara Vanneste 6
Czech Republic Delimax Team Czech Republic Pavel Valoušek[5][6] Czech Republic Lukáš Kostka 1
Belgium Kronos Racing[7] France François Delecour[7] France Dominique Savignoni[5] 1–2, 5–7
France Saintéloc Racing Republic of Ireland Craig Breen[8] Republic of Ireland David Moynihan[8] 2
Republic of Ireland Paul Nagle 3–6
Belgium Lara Vanneste 9, 11–12
France Jean-Matthieu Leandri Belgium Renaud Jamoul 3, 5, 11
France Fabrice Gordon 6
France Jérémi Ancian France Gilles De Turckheim 3–5, 9
France Olivier Vitrani 11–12
Poland Synthos Cersanit Rally Team[5] Poland Michał Sołowow[5] Poland Maciek Baran[5] 1
Italy Delta Rally Portugal Bruno Magalhães Portugal Nuno Rodrigues da Silva 4
France Jean-Michel Raoux France Francis Mazotti 4–5, 7
France Laurent Magat 10, 12
France Jean-Marc Manzagol France Etienne Patrone 5
Belgium Autostal Duindistel Belgium Melisa Debackere Belgium Cindy Cokelaere 6
Belgium Davy Vanneste Belgium Denis Squedin 6
Hungary Tagai Racing Technology Poland Maciek Rzeznik Poland Przemyslaw Mazur 9
Poland QHR Team Poland Tomasz Kuchar Poland Daniel Dymurski 9
Italy Movisport Italy Giandomenico Basso Italy Mitia Dotta 11
Italy F.P.F. Sport Italy Paolo Andreucci Italy Anna Andreussi 11
Italy United Rally Management Italy Alessandro Perico Italy Fabrizio Carrara 11
Italy Racing Lions Italy Stefano Albertini Italy Simone Scattolin 11
Switzerland Lugano Racing Team Switzerland Nicolas Althaus Switzerland Alain Ioset 12
Switzerland Sébastien Carron Switzerland Lucien Revaz 12
Switzerland Pascal Perroud Switzerland Quentin Marchand 12
Switzerland Scuderia Zero4 Piu Switzerland Gregoire Hotz Switzerland Pietro Ravasi 12
Peugeot 208 R2 Czech Republic Peugeot Černý Racing Czech Republic Jan Černý Czech Republic Pavel Kohout 8
Renault Renault Mégane RS France Renault Sport Technologies France Robert Consani France Thibault Gorczyca 3, 5–6, 8
France Nicolas Klinger 10–11
France Vincent Landais 12
France Germain Bonnefis France Olivier Fournier 3, 5–6, 8, 10–11
France Alain Pyrame France Florent Lacroux 11
France Romain Salinas France Benjamin Micheli 12
Škoda Škoda Fabia S2000 Czech Republic Škoda Motorsport[5] Czech Republic Jan Kopecký[5] Czech Republic Pavel Dresler[5] 1, 3–5, 7–10
Portugal Ricardo Moura Portugal Sancho Eiró 4
Belgium Freddy Loix Belgium Frédéric Miclotte 6
Finland Esapekka Lappi Finland Janne Ferm 8, 11–12
Germany Sepp Wiegand Germany Frank Christian 8
Austria BRR Team[5] Austria Raimund Baumschlager[5][6] Germany Klaus Wicha[5] 1
South Africa Henk Lategan South Africa Barry White 10
Czech Republic GPD Mit Metal Racing Team Czech Republic Antonín Tlusťák Czech Republic Jan Škaloud 1, 6
Czech Republic Lukáš Vyoral 2–5, 7–10
Czech Republic Ladislav Kučera 12
Czech Republic Jaroslav Orsák Czech Republic Lukáš Kostka 12
Czech Republic Czech National Team Czech Republic Jan Černý Czech Republic Pavel Kohout 1–2, 4
Czech Republic AK Rallysport Brno Czech Republic Jaromír Tarabus Czech Republic Daniel Trunkát 1, 8
Hungary Eurosol Racing Team Hungary Hungary János Puskádi Hungary Barnabás Gódor 2–4, 7, 10–11
Germany Wallenwein Rallye Sport Germany Mark Wallenwein Germany Stefan Kopczyk 4
Belgium Autostal Duindistel Belgium Pieter Tsjoen Belgium Bernd Casier 6, 10
Romania Napoca Rally Academy Romania Marco Tempestini Italy Lucio Baggio 7
Romania Škoda România Motorsport Romania Dan Gârtofan Romania Adrian Berghea 7
Czech Republic Adell Mogul Racing Team Czech Republic Roman Kresta Czech Republic Petr Gross 8
Slovakia Rufa Sport Poland Grzegorz Grzyb Poland Daniel Siatkowski 9
Croatia AKK Sveta Nedelja Croatia Juraj Šebalj Croatia Toni Klinc 10
Italy S.A. Motorsport Italia Italy Umberto Scandola Italy Guido D'Amore 11
Subaru Subaru Impreza R4[6] Poland Lotos Rally Team[5] Poland Kajetan Kajetanowicz[6] Poland Jarosław Baran[5] 1
Hungary Turán Motorsport SE Hungary Frigyes Turán Hungary Gábor Zsíros 1–2
Romania Napoca Rally Academy Romania Marco Tempestini Romania Dorin Pulpea 2, 4–5, 9
Italy Lucio Baggio 6, 8, 10
Romania Simone Tempestini Romania Sergiu Itu 2, 4
Romania Dorin Pulpea 7, 10
Italy Andrea Smiderle Italy Mauro Marchiori 7
Austria Stohl Racing Austria Andreas Aigner Austria Jürgen Heigl 3, 5–6
Austria Barbara Watzl 10–12
Hungary László Vizin Hungary Gábor Zsíros 3, 5, 10, 12
Japan Toshihiro Arai Australia Anthony McLoughlin 7–9, 11
Poland Platinum Subaru Rally Team Poland Wojciech Chuchała Poland Kamil Heller 9
Poland Michał Bebenek Poland Grzegorz Bebenek 9
Switzerland Lugano Racing Team Switzerland Florian Gonon Luxembourg Michel Horgnies 12
Subaru Impreza WRX STI Romania Napoca Rally Academy Italy Alessandro Bruschetta Italy Justin Bardini 4
Romania Adrian Drăgan Romania Valentin Brădăţeanu 7
Romania Simone Tempestini Romania Dorin Pulpea 8

Results[edit]

Round Rally name Podium finishers
Rank Driver Car Time
1 Austria Internationale Jänner Rallye
(3–5 January) — Results and report
1 Czech Republic Jan Kopecký Škoda Fabia S2000 2:35:45.3
2 France Bryan Bouffier Peugeot 207 S2000 2:35:45.8
3 Austria Raimund Baumschlager Škoda Fabia S2000 2:37:03.4
2 Latvia Rally Liepāja-Ventspils
(1–3 February) — Results and report
1 Finland Jari Ketomaa Ford Fiesta RRC 2:08:15.7
2 Republic of Ireland Craig Breen Peugeot 207 S2000 2:08:46.7
3 France François Delecour Peugeot 207 S2000 2:11:03.2
3 Spain Rally Islas Canarias El Corte Inglés
(21–23 March) — Results and report
1 Czech Republic Jan Kopecký Škoda Fabia S2000 2:24:30.9
2 Republic of Ireland Craig Breen Peugeot 207 S2000 2:26:23.3
3 Spain Luis Monzón Mini John Cooper Works S2000 2:27:49.8
4 Portugal SATA Rallye Açores
(25–27 April) — Results and report
1 Czech Republic Jan Kopecký Škoda Fabia S2000 2:26:32.2
2 Republic of Ireland Craig Breen Peugeot 207 S2000 2:27:04.4
3 Portugal Ricardo Moura Škoda Fabia S2000 2:27:31.0
5 France Tour de Corse
(16–18 May) — Results and report
1 France Bryan Bouffier Peugeot 207 S2000 2:41:58.2
2 Czech Republic Jan Kopecký Škoda Fabia S2000 2:42:38.0
3 France Stéphane Sarrazin Mini John Cooper Works S2000 2:43:35.8
6 Belgium GEKO Ypres Rally
(27–29 June) — Results and report
1 Belgium Freddy Loix Škoda Fabia S2000 2:32:19.4
2 France Bryan Bouffier Peugeot 207 S2000 2:33:40.4
3 Republic of Ireland Craig Breen Peugeot 207 S2000 2:34:11.9
7 Romania Sibiu Rally Romania
(25–27 July) — Results and report
1 Czech Republic Jan Kopecký Škoda Fabia S2000 2:18:07.8
2 France François Delecour Peugeot 207 S2000 2:21:10.6
3 Japan Toshihiro Arai Subaru Impreza R4 2:24:11.4
8 Czech Republic Barum Czech Rally Zlín
(30 August – 1 September) — Results and report
1 Czech Republic Jan Kopecký Škoda Fabia S2000 2:15:23.0
2 Czech Republic Václav Pech jr Mini John Cooper Works S2000 2:16:24.6
3 Czech Republic Jaromír Tarabus Škoda Fabia S2000 2:17:55.7
9 Poland Rally Poland
(13–15 September) — Results and report
1 Poland Kajetan Kajetanowicz Ford Fiesta R5 1:58:40.6
2 France Bryan Bouffier Peugeot 207 S2000 1:59:03.9
3 Czech Republic Jan Kopecký Škoda Fabia S2000 2:00:09.0
10 Croatia Croatia Rally
(26—28 September) — Results and report
1 Czech Republic Jan Kopecký Škoda Fabia S2000 2:23:11.0
2 Austria Andreas Aigner Subaru Impreza R4 2:25:06.6
3 Germany Hermann Gassner Mitsubishi Lancer Evo X R4 2:25:20.8
11 Italy Rallye Sanremo
(10–12 October) — Results and report
1 Italy Giandomenico Basso Peugeot 207 S2000 2:37:37.3
2 Finland Esapekka Lappi Škoda Fabia S2000 2:39:20.3
3 Italy Alessandro Perico Peugeot 207 S2000 2:39:24.4
12 Switzerland Rallye International du Valais
(7–9 November) — Results and report
1 Finland Esapekka Lappi Škoda Fabia S2000 3:13:42.8
2 Switzerland Olivier Burri Ford Fiesta RRC 3:17:11.0
3 Republic of Ireland Craig Breen Peugeot 207 S2000 3:17:19.0

Championship standings[edit]

Drivers' Championship[edit]

  • For the drivers' championship, only the best four results from the first six rallies and the best four results from the remaining six rallies could be retained by each driver. Points are awarded on a 25–18–15–12–10–8–6–4–2–1 scale, with bonus points awarded on a 7–6–5–4–3–2–1 scale, to the top seven drivers on each leg of a rally, provided the leg covers at least 25% of the total rally length.[9]
Pos Driver JÄN
Austria
LIE
Latvia
CAN
Spain
AZO
Portugal
COR
France
YPR
Belgium
ROM
Romania
ZLÍ
Czech Republic
POL
Poland
CRO
Croatia
SAN
Italy
VAL
Switzerland
Points
1 Czech Republic Jan Kopecký 113 113 114 213 114 113 310 114 287
2 France Bryan Bouffier 213 DNS 113 212 Ret DNS 212 48 149
3 Republic of Ireland Craig Breen 212 210 212 49 311 71 Ret2 37 145
4 France François Delecour 73 38 56 DNS 29 75
5 Finland Esapekka Lappi Ret 28 113 64
6 Austria Andreas Aigner 46 71 113 211 11 Ret6 57
7 Poland Kajetan Kajetanowicz 64 113 50
8 Czech Republic Václav Pech 48 211 49
9 Finland Jari Ketomaa 114 39
10 Italy Giandomenico Basso 113 38
11 Belgium Freddy Loix 112 37
12 France Jérémi Ancian Ret4 56 Ret 22 Ret 45 37
13 Czech Republic Jaroslav Orsák 8 9 Ret 12 Ret 72 72 DNS 55 37
14 Switzerland Olivier Burri 210 28
15 Czech Republic Jaromír Tarabus 9 38 25
16 Poland Michał Sołowow Ret 64 65 25
17 Spain Luis Monzón 39 24
18 Portugal Ricardo Moura 39 24
19 France Stéphane Sarrazin 39 24
20 Germany Hermann Gassner Jr. 39 24
21 Japan Toshihiro Arai 38 Ret 13 19 23
22 Austria Raimund Baumschlager 38 23
23 Italy Alessandro Perico 38 23
24 Belgium Pieter Tsjoen DNS 410 22
25 Czech Republic Jan Černý Ret 48 Ret 12 20
26 Portugal Bruno Magalhães 48 20
27 Germany Sepp Wiegand 46 18
28 Poland Michał Kościuszko 46 18
29 Poland Robert Kubica Ret7 62 Ret Ret 17
30 Romania Marco Tempestini 20 10 16 32 43 27 15 16
31 France Germain Bonnefis 53 9 12 111 Ret WD 16
32 Austria Beppo Harrach 56 16
33 Belgium Andy Lefevere 43 15
34 Hungary David Botka 55 15
35 Czech Republic Roman Kresta 55 15
36 Poland Krzysztof Hołowczyc 55 15
37 South Africa Henk Lategan 55 15
38 Italy Paolo Andreucci 67 15
39 Italy Stefano Albertini 54 14
40 Hungary Andras Hadik 8 Ret 62 14
41 Romania Valentin Porcişteanu 66 14
42 Netherlands Hermen Kobus 53 13
43 Hungary János Puskádi 22 73 11 8 14 18 13
44 Czech Republic Pavel Valoušek 101 87 12
45 Latvia Vasiliy Gryazin 133 15 93 10 Ret4 8
46 Latvia Raimonds Kisiels 52 12
47 France Julien Maurin 64 12
48 Switzerland Nicolas Althaus 64 12
49 Lithuania Vytautas Švedas 63 Ret 11
50 Czech Republic Miroslav Jakes 63 11
51 Spain Gorka Antxustegi 61 9
52 Czech Republic Antonin Tlusták Ret 17 10 9 11 9 9 9 DNS Ret Ret 9
53 Slovenia Aleks Humar 72 8
54 Switzerland Florian Gonon 72 8
55 France Jean-Mathieu Leandri 8 Ret 8 Ret Ret Ret 8
56 Belgium Melissa Debackere 71 7
57 Latvia Aivis Egle 7 6
58 Italy Alessandro Bruschetta 7 6
59 Italy Federico Gasperetti 7 6
60 Poland Zbigniew Staniszewski 81 5
61 Romania Edwin Keleti Ret Ret5 5
62 New Zealand Hayden Paddon Ret5 5
63 Russia Alexey Lukyanuk Ret5 5
64 Italy Umberto Scandola Ret5 5
65 Estonia Raul Jeets 8 4
66 Portugal Luis Rego 8 4
67 Croatia Daniel Saskin 8 4
68 Italy Alex Vittalini 8 4
69 Switzerland Pascal Perroud 8 4
70 Romania Dan Gârtofan Ret4 4
71 Portugal Bernardo Sousa Ret3 3
72 Croatia Juraj Sebalj Ret3 3
73 France Robert Consani 9 Ret Ret Ret 12 Ret Ret 2
74 Slovenia Jani Trcek 9 2
75 Italy Michele Tassone 9 2
76 France Sylvain Michel 9 2
77 France Jean Michel Raoux Ret Ret1 10 Ret DNS 2
78 Belgium Davy Vanneste Ret2 2
79 Hungary Zoltán Bessenyey 10 1
80 Romania Sebastian Barbu 10 Ret 25 1
81 Ukraine Vitaliy Pushkar 10 Ret 1
82 Belgium David Croes 10 1
83 Czech Republic Robert Koristka 10 Ret 1
84 Poland Maciej Oleksowicz 10 1
85 France Romain Salinas 10 1
86 Germany Mark Wallenwein 131 1
87 Italy Andrea Nucita 151 1
88 France Jean-Marc Manzagol Ret1 1
89 Estonia Siim Plangi Ret1 1
Pos Driver JÄN
Austria
LIE
Latvia
CAN
Spain
AZO
Portugal
COR
France
YPR
Belgium
ROM
Romania
ZLÍ
Czech Republic
POL
Poland
CRO
Croatia
SAN
Italy
VAL
Switzerland
Points
Colour Result
Gold Winner
Silver 2nd place
Bronze 3rd place
Green Points finish
Blue Non-points finish
Non-classified finish (NC)
Purple Did not finish (Ret)
Black Excluded (EX)
White Did not start (DNS)
Blank Withdrew entry before the event (WD)

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "FIA European Rally Championship calendar for 2013 confirmed". rally-erc.com (Eurosport). 15 December 2012. Retrieved 17 December 2012. 
  2. ^ Beer, Matt (30 April 2013). "San Marino Rally loses place on 2013 ERC schedule". Autosport.com (Haymarket Publications). Retrieved 14 May 2013. 
  3. ^ "Robert Kubica opts for the Citroën DS3 RRC". Citroën Racing (Citroën). 4 March 2013. Retrieved 5 March 2013. 
  4. ^ a b Beer, Matt (7 January 2013). "Jari Ketomaa gets drive for snow WRC and ERC rallies". Autosport.com (Haymarket Publications). Retrieved 7 January 2013. 
  5. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p "Final Entrylist 30. Jännerrallye 2013 ERC". Retrieved 1 January 2013. 
  6. ^ a b c d "National champions set for FIA ERC season-opener in Austria". rally-erc.com (Eurosport). 18 December 2012. Retrieved 1 January 2012. 
  7. ^ a b "Francois Delecour set for 10-event ERC programme". Autosport.com (Haymarket Publications). 31 December 2012. Retrieved 31 December 2012. 
  8. ^ a b "Breen named as Peugeot factory driver". Crash.net (Crash Media Group). 18 January 2013. Retrieved 18 January 2013. 
  9. ^ "2013 FIA Regional Rally Sporting Regulations" (PDF). FIA.com. Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile. 7 December 2012. p. 13. Retrieved 5 January 2013. 

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