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China Rally

The China Rally is the largest rally racing event held in Guangdong, China. The first event was run in 1997 as a replacement to the Hong Kong - Beijing Rally, and was introduced to the World Rally Championship (WRC) calendar for 1999, but was replaced by the Cyprus Rally the following year. Since then it has been part of the Asia Pacific Rally Championship (APRC). "Force majeure because of government", according to the organisers, led to the cancellation of the event in 2003.

List of previous winners

Year Name Dates Winner Car Rally Classification
1997 1st China Rally 11–13 July 23x15px Colin McRae Subaru Impreza WRC 97 APRC
1998 2nd China Rally 2–4 October 23x15px Colin McRae Subaru Impreza WRC 98 APRC
1999 3rd China Rally 17–19 September 23x15px Didier Auriol Toyota Corolla WRC WRC
2000 4th 555 China Rally 7–9 November 23x15px Peter 'Possum' Bourne Subaru Impreza WRX APRC
2001 5th Rally of China Shaoguan 20–22 October 23x15px Nico Caldarola Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution VI APRC
2002 6th Rally of China Shaoguan 19–21 October 23x15px Karamjit Singh Proton Pert APRC
2004 7th TCL China Rally Huizhou 22–24 October Template:Country data JPN Katsuhiko Taguchi Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution VIII APRC
2005 8th China Rally Shaoguan 26–28 November 23x15px Jussi Välimäki Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution VIII APRC
2006 9th China Rally Shaoguan 24–26 November 23x15px Cody Crocker Subaru Impreza WRX STi APRC
2007 10th China Rally Shaoguan 09-11 November 23x15px Cody Crocker Subaru Impreza WRX STi APRC
2008 11th China Rally Shaoguan 08-9 November 23x15px Cody Crocker Subaru Impreza WRX STi APRC
2009 12th China Rally 14–15 November 23x15px Cody Crocker Subaru Impreza WRX STi APRC
2010 13th China Rally 6–7 November Template:Country data JPN Yuya Sumiyama Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution X APRC
2011 14th China Rally 4–6 November 23x15px Alister McRae Proton Satria Neo S2000 APRC
2012 15th China Rally 26–28 October 23x15px Alister McRae Proton Satria Neo S2000 APRC
2013 16th China Rally 2–3 November 23x15px Esapekka Lappi Škoda Fabia S2000 APRC

Future

The Event is set to run a Rally in Candidate Status in 2013, to a possible inclusion in the 2014 World Rally Championship Calendar.[1]

References

  1. ^ Autosport.com. "2014 WRC calendar set to be confirmed in June". autosport.com. Retrieved 29 May 2013. 


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