FIA World Rally Championship

WRC Rally Mexico 2010 SS4 times

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Stage Times – SS4 Coca-Cola Street Stage 1

Pos No Driver Time Diff Next Diff 1st
1. 7 S. OGIER 1:16.6 0.0 0.0
2. 1 S. LOEB 1:16.8 +0.2 +0.2
3. 11 P. SOLBERG 1:16.9 +0.1 +0.3
4. 2 D. SORDO 1:17.5 +0.6 +0.9
5. 8 K. RÄIKKÖNEN 1:17.5 0.0 +0.9
6. 6 H. SOLBERG 1:18.0 +0.5 +1.4
7. 3 M. HIRVONEN 1:18.0 0.0 +1.4
8. 4 J. LATVALA 1:18.4 +0.4 +1.8
9. 5 M. WILSON 1:18.4 0.0 +1.8
10. 9 F. VILLAGRA 1:18.6 +0.2 +2.0
11. 55 K. BLOCK 1:20.4 +1.8 +3.8
12. 31 A. ARAÚJO 1:22.1 +1.7 +5.5
13. 32 T. ARAI 1:22.7 +0.6 +6.1
14. 23 M. KOSCIUSZKO 1:22.8 +0.1 +6.2
15. 28 X. PONS 1:23.4 +0.6 +6.8
16. 49 B. GUERRA 1:23.6 +0.2 +7.0
17. 21 M. PROKOP 1:24.9 +1.3 +8.3
18. 22 N. AL-ATTIYAH 1:24.9 0.0 +8.3
19. 59 N. FUCHS 1:25.4 +0.5 +8.8
20. 41 G. BACCO 1:25.7 +0.3 +9.1
21. 50 R. SALGADO 1:26.1 +0.4 +9.5
22. 42 M. BALDONI 1:27.6 +1.5 +11.0
23. 61 J. CORTES 1:28.5 +0.9 +11.9
24. 58 M. JOURDAIN 1:28.9 +0.4 +12.3
25. 33 G. LINARI 1:31.7 +2.8 +15.1
26. 64 L. ORDUÑA 1:40.2 +8.5 +23.6
27. 30 A. LLOVERA 1:46.3 +6.1 +29.7
28. 62 J. PONCE 2:03.2 +16.9 +46.6
29. 63 I. ZALDIVAR 3:02.9 +59.7 +1:46.3
30. 25 E. BRYNILDSEN 6:22.1 +3:19.2 +5:05.5

Overall times

Pos No Driver Time Diff Next Diff 1st
1. 11 Petter SOLBERG 41:03.6 0.0 0.0
2. 7 Sébastien OGIER M 41:20.7 +17.1 +17.1
3. 1 Sébastien LOEB M 41:29.7 +9.0 +26.1
4. 2 Dani SORDO M 41:32.7 +3.0 +29.1
5. 4 Jari-Matti LATVALA M 41:43.9 +11.2 +40.3
6. 3 Mikko HIRVONEN M 41:58.8 +14.9 +55.2
7. 6 Henning SOLBERG M 42:05.4 +6.6 +1:01.8
8. 5 Matthew WILSON M 42:31.8 +26.4 +1:28.2
9. 55 Ken BLOCK 42:49.2 +17.4 +1:45.6
10. 9 Federico VILLAGRA M 43:30.1 +40.9 +2:26.5
11. 23 Michal KOSCIUSZKO 44:44.2 +1:14.1 +3:40.6
12. 21 Martin PROKOP 45:02.2 +18.0 +3:58.6
13. 28 Xavier PONS 45:03.1 +0.9 +3:59.5
14. 32 Toshi ARAI P 45:20.6 +17.5 +4:17.0
15. 31 Armindo ARAÚJO P 45:26.4 +5.8 +4:22.8
16. 22 Nasser AL-ATTIYAH 45:54.6 +28.2 +4:51.0
17. 59 Nicolas FUCHS 45:57.7 +3.1 +4:54.1
18. 49 Benito GUERRA P 46:14.8 +17.1 +5:11.2
19. 50 Rodrigo SALGADO P 46:27.9 +13.1 +5:24.3
20. 42 Miguel Angel BALDONI P 46:37.3 +9.4 +5:33.7
21. 41 Giorgio BACCO P 47:23.1 +45.8 +6:19.5
22. 58 Michel JOURDAIN 49:13.1 +1:50.0 +8:09.5
23. 33 Gianluca LINARI P 50:02.4 +49.3 +8:58.8
24. 30 Albert LLOVERA 50:36.2 +33.8 +9:32.6
25. 61 José CORTES 53:40.5 +3:04.3 +12:36.9
26. 25 Eyvind BRYNILDSEN 59:46.1 +6:05.6 +18:42.5
27. 63 Ivan ZALDIVAR 1:02:17.5 +2:31.4 +21:13.9
28. 64 Luis ORDUÑA 1:03:32.6 +1:15.1 +22:29.0
29. 62 José Manuel PONCE 1:11:06.0 +7:33.4 +30:02.4
30. 8 Kimi RÄIKKÖNEN M 1:17:18.3 +6:12.3 +36:14.7
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