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General information
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Official name: Toyota Team Europe
Operated by: Toyota Team Europe TTE
Headquarters: Cologne, Germany
Regular drivers
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Car nr 1: Carlos Sainz
2: Mikael Ericsson
2: Armin Schwarz
Key personnel
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Team principal: Ove Andersson
Chief engineer: Karl-Heinz Goldstein
Car and tyres
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Car: Toyota Celica GT-4 (ST165)
Tyres: Pirelli
Sponsors and partners
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Repsol, Pirelli, Fujitsu Ten
Season statistics
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Best results: 1st: Acropolis (Carlos Sainz)
 1st: New Zealand (Carlos Sainz)
 1st: Finland (Carlos Sainz)
 1st: Great Britain (Carlos Sainz)
Rallies contested: 10 (works entries)
WRC starts: 20 (works entries)
Outright wins: 5 (wins to rallies ratio 50.0 %)
Podiums: 11 (podiums to starts ratio 55.0 %)
DNF's: 6 (DNF's to starts ratio 30.0 %)
Stage wins: 160
Points scored: 131 (manufacturer championship)
Avg points per rally: 13.1
Entries
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Monte Carlo  



Portugal  


Corsica  


Acropolis  


New Zealand  

Argentina  

Finland  


Australia  


San Remo  



Great Britain  
2:
5:
12:

2:
15:

2:
9:

2:
6:

2:

1:

1:
4:

2:
6:

2:
7:
19:

2:
21:
Carlos Sainz  
Mikael Ericsson  
Armin Schwarz  

Carlos Sainz  
Armin Schwarz  

Carlos Sainz  
Armin Schwarz  

Carlos Sainz  
Mikael Ericsson  

Carlos Sainz  

Carlos Sainz  

Mikael Ericsson  
Carlos Sainz  

Carlos Sainz  
Mikael Ericsson  

Carlos Sainz  
Mikael Ericsson  
Armin Schwarz  

Carlos Sainz  
Armin Schwarz  
2nd
7th
5th

retired (transmission)
retired (accident)

2nd
retired (transmission)

1st
4th

1st

2nd

retired (accident)
1st

2nd
retired (transmission)

3rd
6th
retired (accident)

1st
7th
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