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WRC2 (2013-to date)

2013 (Champion: Robert Kubica)
1. Monte Carlo (Jan 16-19)-Sepp Wiegand (D)/Frank Christian (D)-Skoda Fabia S2000 #32
2. Sweden, Feb 7-10-Yazeed Al-Rajhi (SA)/Michael Orr (GB)-Ford Fiesta RRC #35
3. Mexico, Mar 7-10-Abdulaziz Al-Kuwari (QAT)/Killian Duffy (IRL)-Ford Fiesta RRC #48
4. Portugal, Apr 11-14-Esapekka Lappi (FIN)/Janne Ferm (FIN)-Skoda Fabia S2000 #31
5. Argentina, May 2-5-Abdulaziz Al-Kuwari (QAT)/Killian Duffy (IRL)-Ford Fiesta RRC #48
6. Greece, May 31-Jun 2-Robert Kubica (PL)/Maciek Baran (PL)-Citroen DS3 RRC #74
7. Italy, Jun 20-23-Robert Kubica (PL)/Maciek Baran (PL)-Citroen DS3 RRC #74
8. Finland, Aug 1-3-Jari Ketomaa (FIN)/Marko Sallinen (FIN)-Ford Fiesta R5 #88
9. Germany, Aug 22-25-Robert Kubica (PL)/Maciek Baran (PL)-Citroen DS3 RRC #74
10. Australia, Sep 12-15-Abdulaziz Al-Kuwari (QAT)/Killian Duffy (IRL)-Ford Fiesta RRC #48
11. France, Oct 3-6-Robert Kubica (PL)/Maciek Baran (PL)-Citroen DS3 RRC #74
12. Spain, Oct 24-27-Robert Kubica (PL)/Maciek Baran (PL)-Citroen DS3 RRC #74
13. Great Britain, Nov 13-17-Elfyn Evans (GB)/Daniel Barritt (GB)-Ford Fiesta R5 #75

2014 (Champion: Nasser Al-Attiyah)
1. Monte Carlo, Jan 16-18-Yuriy Protasov (UA)/Pavel Cherepin (UA)-Ford Fiesta R5 #31
2. Sweden, Feb 5-8-Karl Kruuda (EE)/Martin Jarveoja (EE)-Ford Fiesta S2000 #41
3. Mexico, Mar 6-9-Yuriy Protasov (UA)/Pavel Cherepin (UA)-Ford Fiesta R5 #32
4. Portugal, Apr 3-6-Nasser Al-Attiyah (QAT)/Giovanni Bernacchini (I)-Ford Fiesta #RRC #40
5. Argentina, May 8-11-Nasser Al-Attiyah (QAT)/Giovanni Bernacchini (I)-Ford Fiesta #RRC #40
6. Italy, Jun 6-8-Lorenzo Bertelli (I)/Mitia Dotta (I)-Ford Fiesta RRC #37
7. Poland, Jun 27-29-Ott Tanak (ESY)/Raigo Molder (EST)-Ford Fiesta R5 #36
8. Finland, Aug 1-3-Karl Kruuda (EE)/Martin Jarveoja (EE)-Ford Fiesta S2000 #36
9. Germany, Aug 22-24-Pontus Tidemand (S)/Emil Axelsson (S)-Ford Fiesta R5 #35
10. Australia, Sep 12-14-Nasser Al-Attiyah (QAT)/Giovanni Bernacchini (I)-Ford Fiesta #RRC #40
11. France, Oct 3-5-Quentin Gilbert (F)/Renaud Jamoul (F)-Ford Fiesta R5 #39
12. Spain, Oct 24-26-Nasser Al-Attiyah (QAT)/Giovanni Bernacchini (I)-Ford Fiesta #RRC #32
13. Great Britain, Nov 14-16-Jari Ketomaa (FIN)/Kaj Lindstrom (FIN)-Ford Fiesta R5 #35

2015 (Champion: Nasser Al-Attiyah)
1. Monte Carlo, Jan 22-25-Stephane Lefebvre (F)/Stephane Prevot (B)-Citroen DS3 R5 #32
2. Sweden, Feb 12-15-Jari Ketomaa (FIN)/Kaj Lindstrom (FIN)-Ford Fiesta R5 #40
3. Mexico, Mar 5-8-Nasser Al-Attiyah (QAT)/Matthieu Baumel (F)-Ford Fiesta #RRC #39
4. Argentina, Apr 23-26-Abdulaziz Al-Kuwari (QAT)/Marshall Clarke (GB)-Ford Fiesta RRC #36
5. Portugal, May 21-24-Nasser Al-Attiyah (QAT)/Matthieu Baumel (F)-Ford Fiesta #RRC #39
6. Italy, Jun 11-14-Yuriy Protasov (UA)/Pavel Cherepin (UA)-Ford Fiesta R5 #38
7. Poland, Jul 2-5-Esapekka Lappi (FIN)/Janne Ferm (FIN)-Skoda Fabia R5 #43
8. Finland, Jul 30-Aug 2-Esapekka Lappi (FIN)/Janne Ferm (FIN)-Skoda Fabia R5 #43
9. Germany, Aug 20-23-Jan Kopecky (CZ)/Pavel Dresler (CZ)-Skoda Fabia R5 #45
10. Australia, Sep 10-13-Nasser Al-Attiyah (QAT)/Matthieu Baumel (F)-Ford Fiesta #RRC #39
11. Corsica, Oct 1-4-Julien Maurin (F)/Nicolas Klinger (F)-Ford Fiesta RRC #44
12. Spain, Oct 22-25-Pontus Tidemand (S)/Emil Axelsson (S)-Skoda Fabia R5 #44
13. Great Britain, Nov 12-15-Teemu Suninen (FIN)/Mikko Markkula (FIN)-Skoda Fabia S2000 #47

2016 (Champion: Esapekka Lappi)
1. Monte Carlo, Jan 21-24-Elfyn Evans (GB)/Craig Parry (GB)-Ford Fiesta R5 #35
2. Sweden, Feb 11-14-Elfyn Evans (GB)/Craig Parry (GB)-Ford Fiesta R5 #44
3. Mexico, Mar 3-6-Teemu Suninen (FIN)/Mikko Markkula (FIN)-Skoda Fabia R5 #32
4. Argentina, Apr 21-24-Nicolas Fuchs (PE)/Fernando Mussano (RA)-Skoda Fabia R5 #42
5. Portugal, May 19-22-Pontus Tidemand (S)/Jonas Andersson (S)-Skoda Fabia R5 #34
6. Italy, Jun 9-12-Teemu Suninen (FIN)/Mikko Markkula (FIN)-Skoda Fabia R5 #34
7. Poland, Jul 1-3-Teemu Suninen (FIN)/Mikko Markkula (FIN)-Skoda Fabia R5 #36
8. Finland, Jul 28-Jul 31-Esapekka Lappi (FIN)/Janne Ferm (FIN)-Skoda Fabia R5 #35
9. Germany, Aug 18-21-Esapekka Lappi (FIN)/Janne Ferm (FIN)-Skoda Fabia R5 #32
10. Corsica, Sep 29-Oct 2-Elfyn Evans (GB)/Craig Parry (GB)-Ford Fiesta R5 #31
11. Spain, Oct 13-16-Jan Kopecky (CZ)/Pavel Dresler (CZ)-Skoda Fabia R5 #34
12. Great Britain,Oct 27-30-Esapekka Lappi (FIN)/Janne Ferm (FIN)-Skoda Fabia R5 #33
13. Australia, Nov 17-20-Esapekka Lappi (FIN)/Janne Ferm (FIN)-Skoda Fabia R5 #31

2017 (Champion: ?????)
1. Monte Carlo, Jan 18-22-Andreas Mikkelsen (N)/Anders Jaeger (N)-Skoda Fabia R5 #31
2. Sweden, Feb 9-12-Pontus Tidemand (S)/Jonas Andersson (S)-Skoda Fabia R5 #32
3. Mexico, Mar 9-12-Pontus Tidemand (S)/Jonas Andersson (S)-Skoda Fabia R5 #30

Total rallies: 55

Winning drivers

7 wins-Nasser Al-Attiyah, Esapekka Lappi
5 wins-Robert Kubica, Pontus Tidemand
4 wins-Abdulaziz Al-Kuwari, Elfyn Evans, Yuriy Protasov, Teemu Suninen
3 wins-Jari Ketomaa
2 wins
-Jan Kopecky, Karl Kruuda
1 win
-Yazeed Al-Rajhi, Lorenzo Bertelli, Elfyn Evans, Nicolas Fuchs, Quentin Gilbert, Stephane Lefebvre, Julien Maurin, Andreas Mikkelsen, Ott Tanak, Sepp Wiegand

Total winning drivers: 20

Winning nationalities

Czech Republic-1 driver (Kopecky)
Estonia-2 drivers (Kruuda, Tanak)
Finland-3 drivers (Ketomaa, Lappi, Suninen)
France
-3 drivers (Gilbert, Lefebvre, Maurin)
Germany
-1 driver (Wiegand)
Great Britain-1 driver (Evans)
Italy-1 driver (Bertelli)
Norway-1 driver (Mikkelsen)
Peru-1 driver (Fuchs)
Poland-1 driver (Kubica)
Qatar-2 drivers (Al-Attiyah, Al-Kuwari)
Saudi Arabia-1 driver (Al-Rajhi)
Sweden-1 driver (Tidemand)
Ukraine-1 driver (Protasov)

Total winning nationalities: 14

Winning co-drivers

7 wins-Janne Ferm
5 wins-Maciek Baran
4 wins
-Giovanni Bernacchini, Mikko Markkula
3 wins-Jonas Andersson, 
Pavel Cherepin, Killian Duffy, Craig Parry
2 wins
-Emil Axelsson, Pavel Dresler, Martin Jarveoja, Kaj Lindstrom
1 win
-Daniel Barritt, Frank Christian, Marshall Clarke, Mitia Dotta, Anders Jaeger Synnevaag, Renaud Jamoul, Nicolas Klinger, Raigo Molder, Fernando Mussano, Michael Orr, Stephane Prevot, Marko Sallinen

Total winning co-drivers: 25

Winning nationalities

Belgium-1 co-driver (Prevot)
Czech Republic-1 co-driver (Dresler)
Estonia-2 co-drivers (Jarveoja, Molder)
Finland-4 co-drivers (Ferm, Lindstrom, Markkula, Sallinen)
France
-3 co-drivers (Baumel, Jamoul, Klinger)
Germany
-1 co-driver (Christian)
Great Britain-4 co-drivers (Barritt, Clarke, Orr, Parry)
Ireland-1 co-driver (Duffy)
Italy-2 co-drivers (Bernacchini, Dotta)
Norway-1 co-driver (Jaeger)
Peru-1 co-driver (Mussano)
Poland-1 driver (Baran)
Sweden-2 co-drivers (Andersson, Axelsson)
Ukraine-1 co-driver (Cherepin)

Total winning nationalities: 14

Winning manufacturers

29 wins-Ford
20 wins
-Skoda
6 wins
-Citroen

Total wins: 55 by 3 manufacturers