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Old 03-05-2010, 09:48 AM   #1
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Round 2 - Rally Internacional de Curitiba Brazil - 04/06 March - Gravel
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Official Website click: rallydecuritiba.com.br/

Preparations for the second round of the Intercontinental Rally Challenge continued today when the cars belonging to the six European-based competitors arrived in the service park in Curitiba.

The Škoda Fabia Super 2000s of Juho Hänninen, Jan Kopecký and Guy Wilks, plus the Peugeot 207 S2000s of Kris Meeke and Daniel Oliveira were shipped from Antwerp in Belgium at the start of February. Along with Bruno Mãgalhaes’ 207, which was freighted from Lisbon, they arrived in Brazil last week before being transported by road to Curitiba.

Following the finish of Rally Internacional de Curitiba, which starts on Thursday, the cars will be taken by road to Villa Carlos Paz, venue of Rally Argentina, the third round of the IRC from 19-21 March.

A total of 50 crews will tackle Rally Internacional de Curitiba, which is celebrating its 30th anniversary this season.

Click: ircseries.com/


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Old 03-05-2010, 09:49 AM   #2
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Day 1

After SS1: Meeke leads in Brazil
Peugeot UK driver Kris Meeke leads Rally Internacional de Curitiba after the opening special stage. He set a time 11.4 seconds faster than fellow British driver Guy Wilks, in a Škoda UK Fabia. Juho Hänninen, who was running first on the road in his Škoda, dropped time on the test, the 18.85-kilometre Campo Magro stage, with a puncture.


Overall positions after SS1

1 Meeke 10m17.0s
2 Wilks 10m28.4s
3 Kopecký 10m35.3s
4 Magalhães 10m47.8s
5 Oliveira 11m40.2s
6 Hänninen 11m43.2s

Click: ircseries.com/news=1566

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After SS2: Meeke extends Curitiba lead
Northern Ireland’s Kris Meeke continues to lead Rally Internacional de Curitiba after winning the event’s second stage, the 9.58-kilometre Ouro Fino test in his Peugeot 207. Meeke’s lead over Škoda Fabia driver Guy Wilks is now 13 seconds. Juho Hänninen (pictured) has moved ahead of Brazilian hero Daniel Oliveira into fifth overall after going second fastest on the stage.


Overall positions after SS2

1 Meeke 14m59.0s
2 Wilks 15m12.0s
3 Kopecký 15m24.0s
4 Magalhães 15m43.6s
5 Hänninen 16m26.6s
6 Oliveira 16m55.3s

Click: ircseries.com/html/readNews=1567

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After SS3: Meeke takes third stage win
Kris Meeke has added a third successive stage win to his tally with an impressive charge through the 10.91-kilometre Curitiba run. Driving a Peugeot 207 S2000, Meeke has extended his lead to 18.9s seconds over fellow Briton Guy Wilks, who is competing in Brazil for the first time in a Škoda Fabia (pictured).


Juho Hänninen, in another Fabia, continues his recovery from his earlier puncture and has narrowed the gap to fourth-placed Bruno Magalhães to 32.1s.

Overall positions after SS3

1 Meeke 19m50.6s
2 Wilks 20m09.5s
3 Kopecký 20m24.4s
4 Magalhães 20m50.4s
5 Hänninen 21m22.5s
6 Oliveira 22m22.8s

Click: ircseries.com/html/readnews=1568

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After SS4: Fourth stage triumph for Meeke
Kris Meeke rounded out a perfect morning with his fourth stage victory on Rally Internacional de Curitiba. The Peugeot 207 driver’s dominance of the event, which he won in 2009, means he has increased his lead over Škoda Fabia runner Guy Wilks to 23.1 seconds.


Behind the battle for first place, the main focus is on Juho Hänninen, who has continued to close on Bruno Magalhães for fourth. The gap between the pair is now 15.9s.

The crews are currently making their way back to the first service halt at Curitiba’s race circuit where they are due to arrive shortly before 12:40 local time.

Overall positions after SS4

1 Meeke 29m56.1s
2 Wilks 30m19.2s
3 Kopecký 30m38.4s
4 Magalhães 31m17.0s
5 Hänninen 31m32.9s
6 Oliveira 33m33.4s

Click: ircseries.com/html/readnews=1569



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Old 03-05-2010, 02:16 PM   #3
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After SS5: Hänninen ends Meeke’s run
Peugeot UK’s Kris Meeke continues to lead Rally Internacional de Curitiba but his unbeaten run of stage victories has come to an end after Juho Hänninen triumphed on SS5, Curitiba 2, in his Škoda Fabia S2000. However, Meeke was able to extend his lead over Guy Wilks to 26.6s after the Škoda UK driver completed the 10.91-kilometre run 3.5s slower than Meeke.


Overall positions after SS5

1 Meeke 34m40.5s
2 Wilks 35m07.1s
3 Kopecký 35m27.6s
4 Magalhães 36m13.3s
5 Hänninen 36m16.2s
6 Oliveira 38m52.3s

Click: ircseries.com/html/readnews=1571

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After SS6: Meeke back on top in Brazil
Kris Meeke has returned to winning ways with the fastest time on stage six, the third run of the Campo Magro stage. It means the Peugeot 207 pilot will start Friday’s final test with a lead of 27.8 seconds over fellow Briton Guy Wilks. Škoda Fabia driver Wilks was second quickest over the 18.85-kilometre course.


Meeke wasn’t the only driver to make up ground on the stage: Juho Hänninen moved into fourth overall ahead of Peugeot Portugal's Bruno Magalhães (pictured)

Overall positions after SS6

1 Meeke 44m38.8s
2 Wilks 45m06.6s
3 Kopecký 45m31.3s
4 Hänninen 46m16.5s
5 Magalhães 46m31.6s
6 Oliveira 50m01.3s

Click: ircseries.com/html/readnews=1572

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After SS7: Meeke increases Curitiba lead
Briton Kris Meeke has completed the opening leg of Rally Internacional de Curitiba with a lead of 32.7 seconds over his countryman Guy Wilks. It follows the Peugeot 207 driver’s sixth stage win of the day. Juho Hänninen continued his recovery from his earlier puncture to cement fourth overall in his works Škoda Fabia with the third fastest time over the 9.58-kilometre Ouro Fino course.


Overall positions after SS7

1 Meeke 49m17.2s
2 Wilks 49m49.9s
3 Kopecký 50m17.3s
4 Hänninen 50m59.9s
5 Magalhães 51m25.10s
6 Oliveira 55m15.9s

Click: ircseries.com/html/readnews=1573

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how to watch in us? I keep getting "can't watch in your country"

Seriously, they can't show to an entire continent? That's silly.
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After SS8: Hänninen closes on Kopecký
Juho Hänninen’s second stage victory has put him within touching distance of Škoda Motorsport team-mate Jan Kopecký (pictured) after the Czech driver suffered a puncture on Saturday’s opening stage. Peugeot UK’s Kris Meeke’s overall lead remains firmly intact after he set the third fastest time behind countryman Guy Wilks.


There was disappointment for local hero Daniel Oliveira, who lost almost five minutes when he picked up a puncture in his Peugeot 207. He has slipped from sixth to eighth in the overall standings.

Overall positions after SS8

1 Meeke 1h07m12.8s
2 Wilks 1h07m44.8s
3 Kopecký 1h08m46.0s
4 Hänninen 1h08m49.7s
5 Magalhães 1h10m12.0s
6 Peredo 1h16m43.0s

Click: ircseries.com/html/readNews=1579

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After SS10: Hänninen takes third overall
Following the cancellation of stage nine due to flooding, Rally Internacional de Curitiba has resumed with the 12.02-kilometre Quatro Barras run where Juho Hänninen has moved ahead of Škoda Motorsport team-mate Jan Kopecký into third overall after claiming his second stage victory of the day.


Kris Meeke continues to lead overall in his Peugeot 207 with Guy Wilks now 35.7s behind.

Overall positions after SS10

1 Meeke 1h14m19.3s
2 Wilks 1h14m55.0s
3 Hänninen 1h15m54.8s
4 Kopecký 1h15m59.5s
5 Magalhães 1h17m41.2s
6 Peredo 1h24m46.0s

Click: ircseries.com/html/readNews=1580

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After SS11: Fourth stage win for Hänninen
Juho Hänninen has cemented his third place on Rally Internacional de Curitiba with his third stage victory of leg two and his fourth of the event. Guy Wilks was second fastest on the 10.47-kilometre stage but was only able to shave three-tenths of a second from Kris Meeke’s overall lead. Crews are now returning to service at Curitiba’s race circuit.


Overall positions after SS11

1 Meeke 1h20m57.0s
2 Wilks 1h21m532.4s
3 Hänninen 1h22m28.9s
4 Kopecký 1h22m41.3s
5 Magalhães 1h24m28.5s
6 Peredo 1h32m10.7s

Click: ircseries.com/html/readNews=1581

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Second Rio Pesqueiro stage cancelled
Despite efforts to run the stage, damage caused by overnight flooding has forced organisers to cancel SS12, Rio Pesqueiro, which had been due to run at 13:25 local time. Crews will now remain in service in Curitiba until 13:00 when they will head off in convoy to the start of SS13, Quatro Barras 2, which will now become the penultimate stage of the rally.

Click: ircseries.com/html/readNews=1582

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After SS13: Another stage win for Hänninen
Juho Hänninen has made it five stage wins from 11 starts with the fastest time through the penultimate test of Rally Internacional de Curitiba. But while the Finn celebrated another rapid display, second place for Kris Meeke means the British Peugeot 207 driver will take a lead of 39.9 seconds into the rally’s final stage, the 23.07-kilometre Campina run.


Overall positions after SS13

1 Meeke 1h27m56.3s
2 Wilks 1h28m36.2s
3 Hänninen 1h29m26.6s
4 Kopecký 1h29m45.0s
5 Magalhães 1h31m40.1s

Click: ircseries.com/html/readNews=1583

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After SS14: Meeke and Nagle win in Brazil



Kris Meeke and co-driver Paul Nagle have won Rally Internacional de Curitiba for a second time.

The Peugeot UK pair beat Škoda UK duo Guy Wilks and Phil Pugh following a faultless display on this demanding gravel rally. The victory means Meeke has won more IRC events than any other driver since the series began in 2007.


Meanwhile, Juho Hanninen secured third with his sixth special stage win in a works Fabia to move to the top of the provisional drivers' standings on 14 points.

Click: ircseries.com/html/readnews=1584


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Results posted late as I was at the Malcolm Wilson Stages Rally
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