Talk about successes in the WRC is to talk about Volkswagen. The German giant has added the third championship for the third consecutive year. Sébatien Ogier has won his third title, as his co-driver Julien Ingrassia, while Jari-Matti Latvala and Andreas Mikkelsen have taken over the podium virtual championship. With this domain, Volkswagen Motorsport has been re-imposed in a landslide in the table of constructors, after adding 12 wins in 13 rallies. Even so, the different categories of the World have other champions and today we are going to review the role of all of them.
WRC2 and Drink Production
Nasser Al-Attiyah has added the title in WRC2. The qatari has validated the title of 2014 and has done so with a program gimmicky. Your tight schedule I have taken to play seven tests and choose some with less rivalry as Mexico or New Zealand. His title was cemented with a big win in Portugal in face of the new Skoda Fabia R5, and with a policy of buying perfect. Buy a private unit of the Fabia R5 led him to fight on equal terms. Matthieu Baumel is a champion of co-pilots with the qatari and Skoda Motorsport team champion.
The fight for the Cup Production left us a nice-and controversial – duel to the Rally of Wales. Gianluca Linari has won the title along with his co-driver Nicola Arena. The Italian suffered a sabotage when someone threw sand in the engine of his Subaru Impreza STi. It proved to be the game and although he finished 1 hour and a half of their rivals, it was enough. He played a stretch on the Friday, one Saturday and four special Sunday. Joan Carchat and Max Rendina was left with the desire to be the ultimate champion of the Cup of Production. category disappears due to the lack of participants.
WRC3, JWRC and the Drive DMACK
Quentin Gilbert has been the champion of WRC3 and the World
Junior. The title among the youngest of the parks attendance came from
the Tour de Corse, with two test margin. Ole Christian Veiby has been your
highest rival among the Citroën DS3 R3T, although this has never been at the height of the
French rider. By this triumph next to the belgian Renaud Jamoul will have a
program in the WRC2 with Citroën DS3 R5. Their five wins have earned him a
France the ‘Nations Cup’. It was noted also the category of WRC3 without
too many worries.
The couple formed by Marius Aasen and Veronica Engan is scored
the Drive DMACK, the single Cup-Brand this way on a regular basis in the WRC.
The Norwegian scored the maximum score in three of the six contested trials
throughout 2015, with the Ford Fiesta R2T. The Norwegian ended the Drive
DMACK Fiesta Trophy with 132 points, improving in 12 units by the registration
managed by Sander Pärn in the first edition of the category. Runner-up has
been the british Tom Cave and the third finished Max Vatanen, son of the legendary
Finnish driver Ari Vatanen.