Rally Australia 2017

1 Ogier S.
Ford Fiesta WRC
00:03:32.6
2 Tänak O.
Ford Fiesta WRC
00:00:00.1
00:00:00.1
3 Lappi E.
Toyota Yaris WRC
00:00:01.7
00:00:01.6
4 Mikkelsen A.
Hyundai i20 Coupe WRC
00:00:02.1
00:00:00.4
5 Meeke K.
Citroën C3 WRC
00:00:02.5
00:00:00.4
6 Evans E.
Ford Fiesta WRC
00:00:02.7
00:00:00.2
7 Paddon H.
Hyundai i20 Coupe WRC
00:00:03.2
00:00:00.5
8 Neuville T.
Hyundai i20 Coupe WRC
00:00:03.6
00:00:00.4
9 Rovanperä K.
Ford Fiesta R5
00:00:16.1
00:00:12.5
10 Dalton R.
Škoda Fabia R5
00:00:31.4
00:00:15.3
11 Quinn N.
Mitsubishi Lancer Evo IX
00:00:36.8
00:00:05.4
12 Evans E.
Mini Cooper AP4
00:00:37.5
00:00:00.7
13 Herridge D.
Subaru Impreza STI
00:00:44.9
00:00:07.4
14 Brooks C.
Subaru Impreza STI
00:00:45.3
00:00:00.4
15 Bates L.
Toyota Corolla S2000
00:00:45.9
00:00:00.6
16 Serderidis J.
Citroën DS3 WRC
00:00:47.3
00:00:01.4
17 Morton W.
Toyota Corolla S2000
00:00:50.8
00:00:03.5
18 Young M.
Citroën DS3 R3T
00:00:52.6
00:00:01.8
19 Frisiero F.
Peugeot 208 AP4
00:00:54.8
00:00:02.2
20 Clarke T.
Mitsubishi Lancer Evo IX
00:00:56.6
00:00:01.8
21 Penny A.
Subaru Impreza STI
00:01:00.7
00:00:04.1
22 Dunn P.
Subaru Impreza STI
00:01:03.9
00:00:03.2
23 Beard M.
Subaru Impreza STI
00:01:07.5
00:00:03.6
24 O’Dowd J.
Subaru Impreza STI
00:01:08.6
00:00:01.1
25 Pinter R.
Ford Fiesta R2
00:01:20.4
00:00:11.8
1
Neuville T.
Hyundai i20 Coupe WRC 
02:35:44.8
2
Tänak O.
Ford Fiesta WRC 
00:00:22.5
00:00:22.5
3
Paddon H.
Hyundai i20 Coupe WRC 
00:00:59.1
00:00:36.6
4
Ogier S.
Ford Fiesta WRC 
00:02:27.7
00:01:28.6
5
Evans E.
Ford Fiesta WRC 
00:03:05.6
00:00:37.9
6
Lappi E.
Toyota Yaris WRC 
00:03:49.5
00:00:43.9
7
Meeke K.
Citroën C3 WRC 
00:22:58.4
00:19:08.9
8
Quinn N.
Mitsubishi Lancer Evo IX 
00:25:03.4
00:02:05.0
9
Dalton R.
Škoda Fabia R5 
00:25:39.6
00:00:36.2
10
Herridge D.
Subaru Impreza STI 
00:29:52.3
00:04:12.7
11
Serderidis J.
Citroën DS3 WRC 
00:32:25.4
00:02:33.1
12
Rovanperä K.
Ford Fiesta R5 
00:32:46.3
00:00:20.9
13
Mikkelsen A.
Hyundai i20 Coupe WRC 
00:37:39.7
00:04:53.4
14
Clarke T.
Mitsubishi Lancer Evo IX 
00:38:20.4
00:00:40.7
15
Frisiero F.
Peugeot 208 AP4 
00:39:16.6
00:00:56.2
16
O’Dowd J.
Subaru Impreza STI 
00:44:46.8
00:05:30.2
17
Young M.
Citroën DS3 R3T 
00:46:14.8
00:01:28.0
18
Dunn P.
Subaru Impreza STI 
00:51:15.4
00:05:00.6
19
Bates L.
Toyota Corolla S2000 
01:06:33.9
00:15:18.5
20
Pinter R.
Ford Fiesta R2 
01:07:54.8
00:01:20.9
21
Brooks C.
Subaru Impreza STI 
01:08:30.3
00:00:35.5
22
Morton W.
Toyota Corolla S2000 
01:09:58.1
00:01:27.8
23
Beard M.
Subaru Impreza STI 
01:11:59.6
00:02:01.5
24
Evans E.
Mini Cooper AP4 
01:13:03.7
00:01:04.1
25
Penny A.
Subaru Impreza STI 
01:36:45.5
00:23:41.8
INFORMATION ABOUT SS 21
flash info (5 - Neuville Thierry / Gilsoul Nicolas): This win is a special one - it goes to the whole team, they have worked so hard. It wasn't always easy but we kept the motivation high. We round off the year with a win and second in the championship. Thanks to everyone in the team both here and at the factory - great job guys.
flash info (4 - Paddon Hayden / Marshall Sebastian): We don't deserve it, we just did the job we could. Ok, it's a bittersweet feeling. Last year we lost a podium here, this time it seems to be the reverse.
Stage is stopped because od crash of st.no. 10.
retired (10 - Latvala Jari-Matti / Anttila Miikka): accident in SS 21
flash info (2 - Tänak Ott / Järveoja Martin): I've been in this family for a long, long time. I've learned a lot of hard lessons, and this year with Seb was a great experience. I'm sure I will be strong in the future so thank you Malcolm and thank you M-Sport.
flash info (4 - Paddon Hayden / Marshall Sebastian): A difficult year, I'm glad it's over. I think this weekend gives us some light at the end of the tunnel. And next year? I know I won't be in Monte Carlo, so I'm looking forward to a long break at home in New Zealand.
flash info (1 - Ogier Sébastien / Ingrassia Julien): For now I will only say this was my last stage for 2017. It was a tough weekend for sure, a few issues and the start position too, but it's been a fantastic season for us. Now we look forward to the prize giving and collecting the trophy.
flash info (3 - Evans Elfyn / Barritt Daniel): It's been an incredible season, I've had a really good year in terms of working with some great people. Dmack have done an incredible job, it's been interesting and I've really enjoyed it.
flash info (11 - Lappi Esapekka / Ferm Janne): I really tried to push. I'm a bit disappointed because I screwed up the watersplash, otherwise it was a good stage. The set-up was too soft but I didn't care - I just gave it a go.
flash info (9 - Meeke Kris / Nagle Paul): I made one mistake in here and lost a second or so. This event sort of sums up my season. If we put in the work and do what we're talking about, we'll be alright next year.
flash info (6 - Mikkelsen Andreas / Jæger Anders): I think we can expect good things next year. It's good to sit here and know I'm in the right car for next year. The team is great, the car is fantastic. I'm ready for 2018.
flash info (21 - Serderidis Jourdan / Miclotte Fréderic): Fantastic, so nice and so happy for my co-driver Fred. A perfect rally.
flash info (68 - Quinn Nathan / Searcy Ben): I've got no words at the moment. I've waited too long to be Australian champion. Thanks to everyone, I'm so stoked.
flash info (31 - Rovanperä Kalle / Halttunen Jonne): A really nice weekend for me, when it was dry it was really nice to drive. Today it was a bit harder but all good learning for me.
Running order: 1.Rovanperä, 2.Quinn, 3.Serderidis, 4.Mikkelsen, 5.Meeke, 6.Lappi, 7.Evans, 8.Ogier, 9.Paddon, 10.Tänak, 11.Latvala, 12.Neuville