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  Home > Seasons > Season 1993 > Season statistics
Clear winner
By mid-season Ford was pushing Toyota hard and Delecour was doing the same for Kankkunen. But then Juha got into a stride and shook chasers off by taking three wins out of four starts in final five rallies of the season.
Finishing record
Kankkunen was the only driver who scored more points that were eventually counted in his final score. Five were wins but with 90 percent scoring rate Juha was also very consistent driver.
The other end
Carlos Sainz didn't do quite as well, aging Lancia Delta run by privateer team meant more tears than laughter.
Head to head
The two-horse race nature of the championship, Delecour versus Kankkunen, is apparent from stage wins and rally leader statistics. Both scored almost exactly as many stage wins and stages in lead, no other driver came even close these two.
Slow RAC Rally
In events statistics it is noteworthy to see the low average speed of RAC Rally, from being the fourth fastest event in 1992 to third slowest in 1993. That was due to exceptionally snowy and demanding conditions that prevailed during the rally.