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Divide and conquer
Wins were divvied up evenly, three each for three drivers and one each for five rest. Peugeot won six events, including two 1-2's. Interestingly Pirelli scored only four wins despite equipping two of the top teams.
Burns' advantage
Podium finish record shows why title went to Burns, despite his deficit in wins. He scored most podium finishes and though Colin got close, scot retired too often to make it up.
Mr Steady
Another proof comes in points finish record but there Burns was beaten to top slot by ever-consistent Carlos Sainz. Record of unsteadiness goes to Gronholm who retired eight times.
Stages
Compared to previous year, stage win and rally leader statistics are much more even with all top drivers featuring well.
Events
Unusually demanding conditions that prevailed in Portugal are reflected in attrition ratio, Portugal taking top slot. At the other extreme is New Zealand where not single one of the works cars retired.
 
winners
Three men with three wins were left without title this season
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