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Wins
Though both McRae and Sainz won events too in 1996, this was purely Makinen's year. After just seven rounds into nine event championship, he had already won five events and made sure of the title. Even if Tommi didn't score further wins, he became first driver to win more than half of the events in a season.
Podiums and points
Despite Tommi's superior win statistics, in podium finishes Carlos Sainz equals him and in points finishes Kenneth Eriksson exceeds him. The latter despite Kenneth had to get to know new team and new car. Interestingly, Kenneth's good points finish record is not evident in championship charts.
Fastest and leaders
Makinen's domination also comes through in stage wins and stages in the lead statistics. Equally evident is Mitsubishi's reliance on him, only one stage win scored by the team was someone else than the Finn.
Attrition ratio and speed
It is interesting to note that the three fastest rallies; Safari, Finland and Sweden, are at the opposite ends of the scale if measured by attrition ratio.
Tommi Makinen
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Five wins, including this one at Safari, made Makinen undisputed champion. Along the way, Tommi won one third of all stages during the year. Click picture to see larger version in a pop-up window
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