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Wins
Winners statistics was quite straightforward affair. BF Goodrich had a clean sweep, being winning tyre marque in all 16 events. Ford scored in one half and Kronos Citroen in the other half. Loeb scored all of Citroen's wins while Gronholm left one for Hirvonen at Ford camp.
Podiums
Podium finishers statistics suffer from similar scarcity in variety. Loeb and Gronholm are tied at the top of the table and Hirvonen between them and the rest. Interestingly, Solberg managed only to equal the top privateer in number of podium finishes, Manfred Stohl.
Points finishes
Loeb's ability to clich the drivers' title even with forced leave of absence from four final events of the season is explained by his 100% points scoring consistency. Gronholm did manage more points finishes though. Noteworthy in the list are Stohl and Sordo, both being very consistently on points.
Stage wins and leaders
Loeb's absence from the four final events shows clearly in these categories. Without opposition, Gronholm took easy lead in these statistics. Before Loeb's accident, they had been almost equal in number of stage wins though Gronholm had led somewhat more often. Subaru's problems are also evident, sporadic bursts of speed won them some stages but being rally leader was a rare incident indeed.
Events
Fastest and slowest events were again the same than in previous years, Finland and Cyprus respectively. Routes changed only little and hence stage mileage varied as little. Number of crews admitted to start increased markedly, in Great Britain and Finland numbers even exceeded the nominal cap of 90 set by FIA. Number of retirements shrunk drastically, in 2005 the lowest retirement ratio was 25% at Cyprus, in 2006 only three rallies exceeded that!
 
Manfred Stohl
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Manfred Stohl featured strongly in all of season's statistics except wins and DNF's. His season paid OMV's investment off handsomely. Click picture to see larger version in a pop-up window
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