List of World Rally Championship seasons

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The list of World Rally Championship seasons includes all seasons of the FIA World Rally Championship, from the inaugural 1973 season to now.

Season Events Drivers' championship[1] Manufacturers' championship
1st 2nd 3rd 1st 2nd 3rd
1973 13 No drivers' championship France Alpine-Renault Italy Fiat United States Ford
1974 8[2] No drivers' championship Italy Lancia Italy Fiat United States Ford
1975 10 No drivers' championship Italy Lancia Italy Fiat France Alpine-Renault
1976 10 No drivers' championship Italy Lancia Germany Opel United States Ford
1977 11 Italy Sandro Munari Sweden Björn Waldegård France Bernard Darniche Italy Fiat United States Ford Japan Toyota
1978 11 Finland Markku Alén France Jean-Pierre Nicolas Finland Hannu Mikkola Italy Fiat United States Ford Germany Opel
1979 12 Sweden Björn Waldegård Finland Hannu Mikkola Finland Markku Alén United States Ford Japan Datsun Italy Fiat
1980 12 Germany Walter Röhrl Finland Hannu Mikkola Sweden Björn Waldegård Italy Fiat Japan Datsun United States Ford
1981 12 Finland Ari Vatanen France Guy Fréquelin Finland Hannu Mikkola United Kingdom Talbot Japan Datsun United States Ford
1982 12[3] Germany Walter Röhrl France Michèle Mouton Finland Hannu Mikkola Germany Audi Germany Opel Japan Nissan
1983 12 Finland Hannu Mikkola Germany Walter Röhrl Finland Markku Alén Italy Lancia Germany Audi Germany Opel
1984 12 Sweden Stig Blomqvist Finland Hannu Mikkola Finland Markku Alén Germany Audi Italy Lancia France Peugeot
1985 12 Finland Timo Salonen Sweden Stig Blomqvist Germany Walter Röhrl France Peugeot Germany Audi Italy Lancia
1986 13 Finland Juha Kankkunen Finland Markku Alén Finland Timo Salonen France Peugeot Italy Lancia Germany Volkswagen
1987 13 Finland Juha Kankkunen Italy Miki Biasion Finland Markku Alén Italy Lancia Germany Audi France Renault
1988 13 Italy Miki Biasion Finland Markku Alén Italy Alex Fiorio Italy Lancia United States Ford Germany Audi
1989 13 Italy Miki Biasion Italy Alex Fiorio Finland Juha Kankkunen Italy Lancia Japan Toyota Japan Mazda
1990 12[4] Spain Carlos Sainz France Didier Auriol Finland Juha Kankkunen Italy Lancia Japan Toyota Japan Mitsubishi
1991 14 Finland Juha Kankkunen Spain Carlos Sainz France Didier Auriol Italy Lancia Japan Toyota Japan Mitsubishi
1992 14 Spain Carlos Sainz Finland Juha Kankkunen France Didier Auriol Italy Lancia Japan Toyota United States Ford
1993 13 Finland Juha Kankkunen France François Delecour France Didier Auriol Japan Toyota United States Ford Japan Subaru
1994 10 France Didier Auriol Spain Carlos Sainz Finland Juha Kankkunen Japan Toyota Japan Subaru United States Ford
1995 8 United Kingdom Colin McRae Spain Carlos Sainz Sweden Kenneth Eriksson Japan Subaru Japan Mitsubishi United States Ford
1996 9 Finland Tommi Mäkinen United Kingdom Colin McRae Spain Carlos Sainz Japan Subaru Japan Mitsubishi United States Ford
1997 14 Finland Tommi Mäkinen United Kingdom Colin McRae Spain Carlos Sainz Japan Subaru United States Ford Japan Mitsubishi
1998 13[5] Finland Tommi Mäkinen Spain Carlos Sainz United Kingdom Colin McRae Japan Mitsubishi Japan Toyota Japan Subaru
1999 14 Finland Tommi Mäkinen United Kingdom Richard Burns France Didier Auriol Japan Toyota Japan Subaru Japan Mitsubishi
2000 14 Finland Marcus Grönholm United Kingdom Richard Burns Spain Carlos Sainz France Peugeot United States Ford Japan Subaru
2001 14 United Kingdom Richard Burns United Kingdom Colin McRae Finland Tommi Mäkinen France Peugeot United States Ford Japan Mitsubishi
2002 14 Finland Marcus Grönholm Norway Petter Solberg Spain Carlos Sainz France Peugeot United States Ford Japan Subaru
2003 14 Norway Petter Solberg France Sébastien Loeb Spain Carlos Sainz France Citroën France Peugeot Japan Subaru
2004 16 France Sébastien Loeb Norway Petter Solberg Estonia Markko Märtin France Citroën United States Ford Japan Subaru
2005 16 France Sébastien Loeb Norway Petter Solberg Finland Marcus Grönholm France Citroën France Peugeot United States Ford
2006 16 France Sébastien Loeb Finland Marcus Grönholm Finland Mikko Hirvonen United States Ford France Kronos Citroën Japan Subaru
2007 16 France Sébastien Loeb Finland Marcus Grönholm Finland Mikko Hirvonen United States Ford France Citroën Japan Subaru
2008 15 France Sébastien Loeb Finland Mikko Hirvonen Spain Dani Sordo France Citroën United States Ford Japan Subaru
2009 12 France Sébastien Loeb Finland Mikko Hirvonen Spain Dani Sordo France Citroën United States Ford United Kingdom Stobart Ford
2010 13 France Sébastien Loeb Finland Jari-Matti Latvala Norway Petter Solberg France Citroën United States Ford France Citroën Junior
2011 13 France Sébastien Loeb Finland Mikko Hirvonen France Sébastien Ogier France Citroën United States Ford United Kingdom Stobart Ford
2012 13 France Sébastien Loeb Finland Mikko Hirvonen Finland Jari-Matti Latvala France Citroën United States Ford United Kingdom M-Sport Ford
2013 13 France Sébastien Ogier Belgium Thierry Neuville Finland Jari-Matti Latvala Germany Volkswagen France Citroën United Kingdom M-Sport Ford
2014 13 France Sébastien Ogier Finland Jari-Matti Latvala Norway Andreas Mikkelsen Germany Volkswagen France Citroën United Kingdom M-Sport Ford
2015 13

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  1. ^ From 1973 to 1976, no drivers' championship was contested. In 1977 and 1978, there was still no official drivers' world championship but an FIA Cup for Drivers.
  2. ^ In 1974, the Monte Carlo Rally, the Swedish Rally and the Acropolis Rally were cancelled due to the oil crisis.
  3. ^ In 1982, Rally Argentina was cancelled due to Falklands War.
  4. ^ In 1990, the Swedish Rally was cancelled due to mild weather.
  5. ^ In 1998, the Rally Indonesia was cancelled due to political instability in the country.

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