Ford Fiesta R5

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Ford Fiesta R5
Takamoto Katsuta Rally Finland 2017 Saalahti.jpg
A Fiesta R5 driven by Takamoto Katsuta and Marko Salminen at the 2017 Rally Finland
Overview
ManufacturerM-Sport
Production2013–present
AssemblyCockermouth, England
DesignerM-Sport
Body and chassis
ClassR5
Layout4-wheel drive
PlatformFord Fiesta ST
Powertrain
Engine1.60 L (98 cu in) 4-cylinder, 16-valve
TransmissionSadev five-speed sequential gearbox mated to Sadev front and rear differential units
Dimensions
Wheelbase2480 mm
Length3965 mm
Width1820 mm
Kerb weight1230 kg

The Ford Fiesta R5 is a rally car built by M-Sport and based upon the Ford Fiesta ST road car. It was the first car homologated under the R5 regulations that were introduced in 2013. The Fiesta R5 made its competitive début in 2013 and has competed in the World Rally Championship-2, European Rally Championship and various national competitions since then. An updated model known as the Fiesta R5 Mk. II was unveiled in 2019. Starting in 2019, M-Sport Ford WRT will enter factory-supported Fiesta R5s and Fiesta R5 Mk. IIs in the World Rally Championship-2.[1]

Kajetan Kajetanowicz won the 2015, 2016 and 2017 European Rally Championship driver's titles driving a Fiesta R5,[2] while Alexey Lukyanuk won the 2018 title.[3]

Results[edit]

World Rally Championship-2 victories[edit]

No. Event Year Driver Co-driver
1 Finland 2013 Rally Finland 2013 Finland Jari Ketomaa Finland Marko Sallinen
2 United Kingdom 2013 Wales Rally GB 2013 United Kingdom Elfyn Evans United Kingdom Daniel Barritt
3 Monaco 2014 Monte Carlo Rally 2014 Ukraine Yuriy Protasov Ukraine Pavlo Cherepin
4 Mexico 2014 Rally Mexico 2014 Ukraine Yuriy Protasov Ukraine Pavlo Cherepin
5 Poland 2014 Rally Poland 2014 Estonia Ott Tänak Estonia Raigo Mõlder
6 Germany 2014 Rallye Deutschland 2014 Sweden Pontus Tidemand Sweden Emil Axelsson
7 United Kingdom 2014 Wales Rally GB 2014 Finland Jari Ketomaa Finland Kaj Lindström
8 Sweden 2015 Rally Sweden 2015 Finland Jari Ketomaa Finland Kaj Lindström
9 Monaco 2016 Monte Carlo Rally 2016 United Kingdom Elfyn Evans United Kingdom Craig Parry
10 Sweden 2016 Rally Sweden 2016 United Kingdom Elfyn Evans United Kingdom Craig Parry
11 France 2016 Tour de Corse 2016 United Kingdom Elfyn Evans United Kingdom Craig Parry
12 Germany 2017 Rallye Deutschland 2017 France Eric Camilli France Benjamin Veillas
13 Spain 2017 Rally Catalunya 2017 Finland Teemu Suninen Finland Mikko Markkula
14 Australia 2017 Rally Australia 2017 Finland Kalle Rovanperä Finland Jonne Halttunen
15 Sweden 2018 Rally Sweden 2018 Japan Takamoto Katsuta Finland Marko Salminen
16 Australia 2018 Rally Australia 2018 Chile Alberto Heller Argentina José Diaz
17 Monaco 2019 Monte Carlo Rally 2019 United Kingdom Gus Greensmith United Kingdom Elliott Edmondson

European Rally Championship victories[edit]

No. Event Year Driver Co-driver
1 Poland 2013 Rally Poland 2013 Poland Kajetan Kajetanowicz Poland Jarosław Baran
2 Estonia 2014 Rally Estonia 2014 Estonia Ott Tänak Estonia Raigo Mõlder
3 Austria 2015 Internationale Jänner Rallye 2015 Poland Kajetan Kajetanowicz Poland Jaroslaw Baran
4 Cyprus 2015 Cyprus Rally 2015 Poland Kajetan Kajetanowicz Poland Jaroslaw Baran
5 Greece 2015 Acropolis Rally 2015 Poland Kajetan Kajetanowicz Poland Jaroslaw Baran
6 Switzerland 2015 Rallye International du Valais 2015 Russia Alexey Lukyanuk Russia Alexey Arnautov
7 Spain 2016 Rally Islas Canarias 2016 Russia Alexey Lukyanuk Russia Alexey Arnautov
8 Portugal 2016 Rallye Açores 2016 Portugal Ricardo Moura Portugal António Costa
9 Poland 2016 Rally Rzeszow 2016 Poland Kajetan Kajetanowicz Poland Jaroslaw Baran
10 Cyprus 2016 Cyprus Rally 2016 Russia Alexey Lukyanuk Russia Alexey Arnautov
11 Spain 2017 Rally Islas Canarias 2017 Russia Alexey Lukyanuk Russia Alexey Arnautov
12 Greece 2017 Acropolis Rally 2017 Poland Kajetan Kajetanowicz Poland Jarosław Baran
13 Cyprus 2017 Cyprus Rally 2017 Qatar Nasser Al-Attiyah France Mathieu Barumel
14 Poland 2017 Rally Rzeszow 2017 France Bryan Bouffier France Xavier Panseri
15 Italy 2017 Rally di Roma Capitale 2017 France Bryan Bouffier France Xavier Panseri
16 Spain 2018 Rally Islas Canarias 2018 Russia Alexey Lukyanuk Russia Alexey Arnautov
17 Portugal 2018 Rallye Açores 2018 Russia Alexey Lukyanuk Russia Alexey Arnautov
18 Italy 2018 Rally di Roma Capitale 2018 Russia Alexey Lukyanuk Russia Alexey Arnautov

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "M-Sport Ford Confirm Greensmith and Pieniazek for WRC-2 Pro". M-Sport.co.uk. 10 January 2019. Retrieved 10 January 2019.
  2. ^ https://www.autosport.com/erc/news/132296/kajetanowicz-takes-recordbreaking-title
  3. ^ https://www.autosport.com/erc/news/138778/erc-title-gifted-to-lukyanuk-as-rival-withdraws

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