2014 FIA Cross Country Rally World Cup season

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2014 FIA Cross Country Rally World Cup season
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The 2014 FIA Cross Country Rally World Cup season was the 22nd season of the FIA Cross Country Rally World Cup. Vladimir Vasilyev in Mini was the champion.

Calendar[edit]

The calendar for the 2014 season featured ten rallies.[1][2] Some of the rallies are also part of FIM Cross-Country Rallies World Championship and the FIM Bajas World Cup.

The six Bajas award 30 points to the winner, whereas the other four races are worth 60 points for the winner.

Round Dates Rally name
1 14–16 February Russia Baja Russia Northern Forest
2 14–16 March Italy Italian Baja
3 4–10 April United Arab Emirates Abu Dhabi Desert Challenge
4 20–25 April Qatar Sealine Cross-Country Rally
5 18–25 May Egypt Rallye des Pharaons
6 18–20 July Spain Baja Aragón
7 14–17 August Hungary Hungarian Baja
8 28–31 August Poland Baja Poland
9 3–9 October Morocco OiLibya Rally
10 30–1 November Portugal Baja de Portalegre 500

Results[edit]

Round Rally name Podium finishers
Rank Driver Car Time
1 Russia Baja Russia Northern Forest[3] 1 Saudi Arabia Yazeed Al-Rajhi
Germany Timo Gottschalk
Toyota Hilux Overdrive 3h36m09s
2 Russia Vladimir Vasilyev
Russia Konstantin Zhiltsov
Mini All 4 Racing 3h37m57s
3 Brazil Reinaldo Varela
Brazil Gustavo Gugelmin
Toyota Hilux Overdrive 3h42m25s
2 Italy Italian Baja[4] 1 Saudi Arabia Yazeed Al-Rajhi
Germany Timo Gottschalk
Toyota Hilux Overdrive 3h17m15s
2 Russia Boris Gadasin
Russia Aleksei Kuzmich
G-Force Proto 3h17m59s
3 Poland Marek Dabrowski
Poland Jacek Czachor
Toyota Hilux 3h19m07s
3 United Arab Emirates Abu Dhabi Desert Challenge[5] 1 Russia Vladimir Vasilyev
Russia Konstantin Zhiltsov
Mini All 4 Racing 17h10m19s
2 Poland Adam Malysz
Poland Rafal Marton
Toyota Hilux 17h58m14s
3 Czech Republic Miroslav Zapletal
PolandMaciej Marton
Hummer H3 18h29m58s
4 Qatar Sealine Cross-Country Rally[6] 1 Qatar Nasser Al-Attiyah
France Mathieu Baumel
Mini All 4 Racing 17h22m51s
2 Russia Vladimir Vasilyev
Russia Konstantin Zhiltsov
Mini All 4 Racing 18h39m47s
3 Poland Marek Dabrowski
Poland Jacek Czachor
Toyota Hilux 18h59m47
5 Egypt Rallye des Pharaons 1 Saudi Arabia Yazeed Al-Rajhi
Germany Timo Gottschalk
Toyota Hilux Overdrive 14h07m09s
2 Qatar Nasser Al-Attiyah
France Mathieu Baumel
Mini All 4 Racing 14h12m35s
3 Netherlands Erik van Loon
France Rosegaar Wouter
Mini All 4 Racing 15h38m25s
6 Spain Baja Aragón[7] 1 Spain Nani Roma
France Michel Perin
Mini All 4 Racing 9h21m24s
2 Argentina Orlando Terranova
Spain Moises Torrallardona
Mini All 4 Racing 9h21m49s
3 Poland Martin Kaczmarski
Finland Tapio Suominen
Mini All 4 Racing 9h39m51s
7 Hungary Hungarian Baja[8] 1 Qatar Nasser Al-Attiyah
France Mathieu Baumel
Toyota Hilux 4h04m34s
2 Russia Vladimir Vasilyev
Russia Konstantin Zhiltsov
Mini All 4 Racing 4h16m43s
3 Argentina Orlando Terranova
Spain Moises Torrallardona
Mini All 4 Racing 4h23m04s
8 Poland Baja Poland[9] 1 Poland Krzysztof Holowczyc
France Xavier Panseri
Mini All 4 Racing 5h22m36.6s
2 Poland Adam Małysz
Poland Rafał Marton
Toyota Hilux Overdrive 5h27m57.5s
3 Poland Martin Kaczmarsk
Finland Tapio Suominen
Mini All 4 Racing 5h32m13.4s
9 Morocco OiLibya Rally[10] 1 Qatar Nasser Al-Attiyah
France Mathieu Baumel
Mini All 4 Racing 16h12m15s
2 Argentina Orlando Terranova
Argentina Rolando Graue
Mini All 4 Racing 16h13m57s
3 Netherlands Erik van Loon
Netherlands Wouter Rosegaar
Mini All 4 Racing
10 Portugal Baja de Portalegre 500[11] 1 Portugal Ricardo Porém
Portugal Manuel Porém
Mini All 4 Racing 5h25m37s
2 Qatar Nasser Al-Attiyah
France Mathieu Baumel
Ford HRX 5h27m10s
3 Brazil Reinaldo Varela
Brazil Gustavo Gugelmin
Toyota Hilux Overdrive 5h28m17s

Drivers' Championship[edit]

  • Points for final position are awarded as in the following table
Position  1st   2nd   3rd   4th   5th   6th   7th   8th   9th   10th 
Points 25 18 15 12 10 8 6 4 2 1
  • Additional points are given according to group classification (T1, T2 and T3):
Position  1st   2nd   3rd 
Points 5 3 1
  • A coefficient 2 is applied to Cross Country rallies.
Pos Driver RUS
Russia
ITA
Italy
ABU
United Arab Emirates
QAT
Qatar
PHA
Egypt
ARA
Spain
HUN
Hungary
POL
Poland
MAR
Morocco
POR
Portugal
Points
1 Russia Vladimir Vasilyev 221 412 160 242 424 412 221 220 424 68 224
2 Qatar Nasser Al-Attiyah - - - 160 242 84 130 - 160 221 217
3 Saudi Arabia Yazeed Al-Rajhi 130 130 Ret0 Ret0 160 Ret0 - - - - 120
4 Czech Republic Miroslav Zapletal Ret0 110 332 616 520 76 412 68 94 92 100
5 Poland Marek Dabrowski 510 316 712 332 712 101 84 712 - - 99
6 Poland Adam Malysz - Ret0 242 424 - 92 - 221 - - 89
7 Netherlands Erik van Loon - - 616 - 332 Ret0 - - 332 - 80
8 Argentina Orlando Terranova - - - - - 221 316 - 242 - 79
9 Brazil Reinaldo Varela 316 76 94 520 - 510 - - - 316 72
10 Poland Martin Kaczmarski 412 510 - Ret0 - 316 - 316 - - 54
Pos Driver RUS
Russia
ITA
Italy
ABU
United Arab Emirates
QAT
Qatar
PHA
Egypt
ARA
Spain
HUN
Hungary
POL
Poland
MAR
Morocco
POR
Portugal
Points

70 Drivers have been classified

References[edit]

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