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General information
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Official name: Toyota Castrol Team
Operated by: Toyota Team Europe TTE
Headquarters: Cologne, Germany
Regular drivers
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Car nr 7: Didier Auriol
8: Neal Bates (selected events)
8: Marcus Gronholm (selected events)
8: Freddy Loix (selected events)
Key personnel
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Team principal: Ove Andersson
Team manager: George Donaldson
Chief engineer: Dagobert Rohrer
Car and tyres
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Car: Toyota Corolla WRC
Tyres: Michelin
Sponsors and partners
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Castrol
Season statistics
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Best result: 3rd: Australia (Didier Auriol)
Rallies contested: 5 (works entries)
WRC starts: 10 (works entries)
Outright wins: 0 
Podiums: 1 (podiums to starts ratio 10.0 %)
DNF's: 4 (DNF's to starts ratio 40.0 %)
Stage wins: 23
Points scored: 0 (manufacturer championship)
Avg points per rally: 0.0
Entries
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Finland  


Indonesia  


San Remo  


Australia  


Great Britain  
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9:
Didier Auriol  
Marcus Gronholm  

Didier Auriol  
Neal Bates  

Didier Auriol  
Freddy Loix  

Didier Auriol  
Neal Bates  

Didier Auriol  
Marcus Gronholm  
8th
retired (out of fuel)

retired (electrics)
retired (engine)

8th
5th

3rd
8th

retired (accident)
5th
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