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Championship status
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Rallye de France Alsace 2013 counts for:

2013 FIA World Rally Championship for Drivers/Co-drivers
2013 FIA World Rally Championship for Manufacturers
2013 FIA World Rally Championship 2 (for Teams and Drivers)
2013 FIA World Rally Championship 3 (for Teams and Drivers)
2013 FIA Junior WRC Championship for Drivers

Facts
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 516th WRC rally 
 Round of season: 11 of 13 
 Official name: Rallye de France - Alsace 
 Edition: 4th 
 Date: from Thursday 3-Oct-2013 to Sunday 6-Oct-2013 
 Rally HQ: Strasbourg, Alsace; France 
 Clerk of the Course: Francis Murac 
 Surface: Tarmac 
 
 Entries: 88  
 Starters: 82  
 Finishers: 49 (59.8% of starters) 
 
 Stages: 20 
 Shortest: 4.55km(SS1 Strasbourg)
 Longest: 34.34km(SS7 Vosges - Pays d'Ormont 2)
 Slowest: 77.64km/h(SS14 Mulhouse)
 Fastest: 122.19km/h(SS10 Soultzeren - Pays Welche 1)
 Planned stage distance: 312.14km(25.0% of total distance)
 Actual stage distance: 312.14km(25.0% of total distance)
 Road section distance: 935.66km
 Total distance: 1,247.80km
Milestones
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 DRIVERS - PODIUM FINISHERS 
    Win was 14th win and 23rd podium for Sebastien Ogier.
 Second place was 36th podium for Daniel Sordo Castillo. 
 Third place was 37th podium for Jari-Matti Latvala. 
 MAKES - PODIUM FINISHERS 
    Win was 9th win and win and third place were 20th to 21st podiums for Volkswagen.
    Second place was 220th podium for Citroen.
Sebastien Ogier
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As Neuville failed to win the opening power stage, Ogier clinched the drivers' title. As a consequence, his driving during Friday was unusually slow but towards the end he upped his effort and won. Click picture to see larger version in a pop-up window
Dani Sordo
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Sordo led the rally on two separate occasions and for the moment it seemed like he would take his second win but Ogier's charge was too much. Click picture to see larger version in a pop-up window
Jari-Matti Latvala
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Latvala was third overall and even led for one stage, giving his best performance on tarmac so far. Click picture to see larger version in a pop-up window
Thierry Neuville
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Neuville had sizeable lead but innocent looking incident on SS11, where he went ever so slightly wide onto a curb and collected puncture, dropped him to fourth. Click picture to see larger version in a pop-up window
Sebastien Loeb
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Loeb made his final appearance in WRC but had an out-of-character off. All these five drivers were in contention of win at one point or another. Click picture to see larger version in a pop-up window
Related links
Rally Australia 2013
Rally Catalunya 2013
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