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Longest podium streaks
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 Driver Nat Pods Events 
 Loeb, Sebastien FR 15 2008 Sardinia to 2009 Argentina 
 Loeb, Sebastien FR 13 2009 Finland to 2010 Deutschland 
 Loeb, Sebastien FR 12 2005 New Zealand to Catalunya 
 Loeb, Sebastien FR 12 2006 Monte Carlo to Cyprus 
 Ogier, Sebastien FR 9 2016 Deutschland to 2017 Corsica 
 Hirvonen, Mikko FI 8 2009 Sardinia to 2010 Sweden 
 Loeb, Sebastien FR 8 2011 Mexico to Deutschland 
 Sainz, Carlos ES 7 1990 Corsica to San Remo 
 Loeb, Sebastien FR 7 2012 Argentina to Alsace 
 Ogier, Sebastien FR 7 2015 Great Britain to 2016 Sardinia 
 Gronholm, Marcus FI 6 2006 Acropolis to Turkey 
 Hirvonen, Mikko FI 6 2006 Finland to New Zealand 
 Gronholm, Marcus FI 6 2006 New Zealand to 2007 Mexico 
 Loeb, Sebastien FR 6 2007 Acropolis to Corsica 
 Ogier, Sebastien FR 6 2014 Mexico to Finland 
 Ogier, Sebastien FR 6 2015 Portugal to Australia 
 Alen, Markku FI 5 1978 Portugal to San Remo 
 Salonen, Timo FI 5 1985 Acropolis to San Remo 
 McRae, Colin GB 5 1995 New Zealand to 1996 Sweden 
 Gronholm, Marcus FI 5 2002 Finland to Australia 
 Loeb, Sebastien FR 5 2004 Deutschland to Corsica 
 Hirvonen, Mikko FI 5 2008 Jordan to Finland 
 Latvala, Jari-Matti FI 5 2010 Great Britain to 2011 Jordan 
 Hirvonen, Mikko FI 5 2012 Argentina to Deutschland 
 Ogier, Sebastien FR 5 2013 Monte Carlo to Argentina 
 Neuville, Thierry BE 5 2013 Acropolis to Australia 
 Ogier, Sebastien FR 5 2013 Australia to 2014 Monte Carlo 
 Ogier, Sebastien FR 5 2014 Catalunya to 2015 Mexico 
 Latvala, Jari-Matti FI 5 2015 Finland to Catalunya 
 Neuville, Thierry BE 5 2016 Deutschland to Australia 
 Waldegard, Bjorn SE 4 1978 Great Britain to 1979 Portugal 
 Kankkunen, Juha FI 4 1986 Great Britain to 1987 Sweden 
 Sainz, Carlos ES 4 1991 Corsica to Argentina 
 Kankkunen, Juha FI 4 1993 Catalunya to 1994 Portugal 
 Makinen, Tommi FI 4 1996 Acropolis to Australia 
 Kankkunen, Juha FI 4 1997 Acropolis to Indonesia 
 McRae, Colin GB 4 1997 San Remo to 1998 Monte Carlo 
 Kankkunen, Juha FI 4 1997 Great Britain to 1998 Safari 
 Makinen, Tommi FI 4 1998 New Zealand to Australia 
 Burns, Richard GB 4 2000 Safari to Argentina 
 McRae, Colin GB 4 2000 Acropolis to Cyprus 
 Delecour, Francois FR 4 2000 Cyprus to Australia 
 Burns, Richard GB 4 2003 Sweden to Argentina 
 Loeb, Sebastien FR 4 2003 Catalunya to 2004 Sweden 
 Loeb, Sebastien FR 4 2004 Cyprus to Argentina 
 Solberg, Petter NO 4 2005 Sweden to Sardinia 
 Gronholm, Marcus FI 4 2007 Argentina to Finland 
 Sordo Castillo, Daniel ES 4 2007 Catalunya to Ireland 
 Hirvonen, Mikko FI 4 2008 New Zealand to Japan 
 Hirvonen, Mikko FI 4 2009 Ireland to Portugal 
 Solberg, Petter NO 4 2010 Japan to Great Britain 
 Ogier, Sebastien FR 4 2011 Argentina to Deutschland 
 Latvala, Jari-Matti FI 4 2012 Finland to Alsace 
 Latvala, Jari-Matti FI 4 2013 Portugal to Sardinia 
 Mikkelsen, Andreas NO 4 2015 Corsica to 2016 Monte Carlo 
 Neuville, Thierry BE 4 2017 Mexico to Portugal 
 Mikkola, Hannu FI 3 1975 Morocco to Finland 
 Vatanen, Ari FI 3 1979 New Zealand to Canada - Quebec 
 Waldegard, Bjorn SE 3 1979 Ivory Coast to 1980 Sweden 
 Rohrl, Walter DE 3 1980 New Zealand to Corsica 
 Rohrl, Walter DE 3 1982 Acropolis to Brazil 
 Mikkola, Hannu FI 3 1983 Sweden to Safari 
 Rohrl, Walter DE 3 1983 Corsica to New Zealand 
 Mikkola, Hannu FI 3 1983 Ivory Coast to 1984 Monte Carlo 
 Blomqvist, Stig SE 3 1983 Great Britain to 1984 Sweden 
 Alen, Markku FI 3 1984 Corsica to New Zealand 
 Blomqvist, Stig SE 3 1984 Acropolis to Argentina 
 Mikkola, Hannu FI 3 1984 Acropolis to Argentina 
 Vatanen, Ari FI 3 1984 Great Britain to 1985 Sweden 
 Salonen, Timo FI 3 1985 Monte Carlo to Portugal 
 Biasion, Massimo IT 3 1986 Acropolis to Argentina 
 Alen, Markku FI 3 1986 New Zealand to Finland 
 Biasion, Massimo IT 3 1989 Monte Carlo to Safari 
 Auriol, Didier FR 3 1991 New Zealand to Finland 
 Kankkunen, Juha FI 3 1991 Catalunya to 1992 Monte Carlo 
 Auriol, Didier FR 3 1992 Argentina to Australia 
 Kankkunen, Juha FI 3 1992 Finland to San Remo 
 Auriol, Didier FR 3 1993 Argentina to Finland 
 Auriol, Didier FR 3 1994 Portugal to Corsica 
 Sainz, Carlos ES 3 1994 Corsica to Argentina 
 Sainz, Carlos ES 3 1995 Catalunya to 1996 Sweden 
 Sainz, Carlos ES 3 1996 Indonesia to Argentina 
 Sainz, Carlos ES 3 1997 Great Britain to 1998 Sweden 
 Sainz, Carlos ES 3 1999 Sweden to Portugal 
 Auriol, Didier FR 3 1999 Safari to Catalunya 
 Sainz, Carlos ES 3 2001 Monte Carlo to Portugal 
 McRae, Colin GB 3 2001 Argentina to Acropolis 
 Auriol, Didier FR 3 2001 San Remo to Australia 
 Burns, Richard GB 3 2002 Corsica to Cyprus 
 McRae, Colin GB 3 2002 Argentina to Safari 
 Burns, Richard GB 3 2003 Deutschland to Australia 
 Martin, Markko EE 3 2004 Mexico to Cyprus 
 Sainz, Carlos ES 3 2004 Argentina to Deutschland 
 Solberg, Petter NO 3 2004 Japan to Sardinia 
 Sainz, Carlos ES 3 2004 Sardinia to Catalunya 
 Gronholm, Marcus FI 3 2005 Mexico to Sardinia 
 Gronholm, Marcus FI 3 2005 Argentina to Deutschland 
 Stohl, Manfred AT 3 2006 Australia to Great Britain 
 Hirvonen, Mikko FI 3 2007 Sweden to Mexico 
 Loeb, Sebastien FR 3 2007 Mexico to Argentina 
 Hirvonen, Mikko FI 3 2007 Finland to New Zealand 
 Gronholm, Marcus FI 3 2007 New Zealand to Corsica 
 Loeb, Sebastien FR 3 2007 Ireland to 2008 Monte Carlo 
 Hirvonen, Mikko FI 3 2007 Great Britain to 2008 Sweden 
 Atkinson, Christopher AU 3 2008 Mexico to Jordan 
 Sordo Castillo, Daniel ES 3 2008 Deutschland to Catalunya 
 Sordo Castillo, Daniel ES 3 2009 Australia to Great Britain 
 Solberg, Petter NO 3 2010 Mexico to Turkey 
 Ogier, Sebastien FR 3 2010 Finland to Japan 
 Loeb, Sebastien FR 3 2010 Alsace to Great Britain 
 Hirvonen, Mikko FI 3 2011 Sardinia to Acropolis 
 Hirvonen, Mikko FI 3 2011 Australia to Catalunya 
 Hirvonen, Mikko FI 3 2012 Alsace to Catalunya 
 Loeb, Sebastien FR 3 2012 Catalunya to 2013 Sweden 
 Latvala, Jari-Matti FI 3 2013 Alsace to Great Britain 
 Mikkelsen, Andreas NO 3 2014 Deutschland to Alsace 
 Latvala, Jari-Matti FI 3 2014 Australia to Catalunya 
 Mikkelsen, Andreas NO 3 2015 Monte Carlo to Mexico 
Definition
Podium streak is defined as "podium finishes in consecutive WRC events by the same driver".

Streak can span from one season to next and cancelled or F2-only events do not interrupt a streak.

Note: Only more than 2 consecutive podiums are listed.
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