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RALLIART was the high-performance and motorsports division of Mitsubishi Motors . It was responsible for development and preparation of the company's rally racing and off-road racing vehicles, as well as the development of high-performance models and parts available to the public. Ralliart
Ralliart
scaled down its business activities in April 2010, though the brand will continue to be used by Mitsubishi.

Many regional licensees were set up previously. Ralliart
Ralliart
Europe was established as Andrew Cowan Motorsports
Motorsports
(ACMS) Ltd in 1983 by Andrew Cowan , a driver with the Mitsubishi team who had scored their first international victory in 1972 at the Southern Cross Rally . His team mate at the same event in 1975 and '76, Doug Stewart , set-up Ralliart Australia
Australia
as the official regional licensee in 1988, after 22 years of experience with the company's cars. The two have subsequently served as operational bases for Mitsubishi's global motorsport activities, and were responsible for MMC's record of achievement in off-road racing , including the 1998 Manufacturers\' Championship in the World Rally Championship , four individual Drivers\' Championships for Tommi Mäkinen in 1996–99, and a record twelve wins in the Dakar Rally since 1982.

The company established MITSUBISHI MOTORS MOTOR SPORTS in Trebur , Germany
Germany
in November 2002, and then consolidated the previously independent licensees under this umbrella in 2003, acquiring ACMS Ltd from Cowan while Mitsubishi Motors Australia
Australia
took over Stewart's operation.

CONTENTS

* 1 History * 2 Dakar Rally

* 3 World Rally Championship
World Rally Championship

* 3.1 Ralliart
Ralliart
Europe * 3.2 MMSP

* 4 Ralliart, Inc

* 4.1 WRC Results

* 5 References * 6 External links

HISTORY

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Andrew Cowan 's Lancer 1600 GSR , exhibited in 2007.

DAKAR RALLY

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In 2003, MMSP also purchased the Pont-de-Vaux -based SBM operation, which had been responsible for its cross country rallying activities, to form MMSP SAS.

The team used the Mitsubishi Pajero to win the Dakar Rally every year between 2004 and 2007. After the 2008 running was cancelled, the team developed a new car, the Mitsubishi Racing Lancer , for 2009, but struggled, losing the race to rivals Volkswagen
Volkswagen
. In 2009, Mitsubishi withdrew from cross-country competition.

In late 2009, Frenchman Nicolas Misslin acquired MMSP SAS and renamed it JMB Stradale Off Road .

WORLD RALLY CHAMPIONSHIP

RALLIART EUROPE

Mitsubishi rally driver Andrew Cowan set up Andrew Cowan Motorsports (ACMS) in 1983 as a European base for Mitsubishi's motorsports activities. Based in Rugby, Warwickshire , it evolved into Ralliart Europe, with support from Mitsubishi's high performance division.

Ralliart
Ralliart
Europe entered the World Rally Championship
World Rally Championship
full-time for the first time in 1989 , with the Mitsubishi Galant VR-4 . The car won in the hands of Mikael Ericsson in Finland
Finland
and Pentti Airikkala in Great Britain. Mitsubishi finished fourth in the manufacturers' standings in 1989, and third in 1990 . Kenneth Eriksson delivered the team its next victory in Sweden
Sweden
in 1991 .

The team introduced the Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution for the 1993 season , but did not manage to win during the year and only scored two podium finishes. The team developed the Lancer Evolution II and introduced it half-way through the 1994 season , Armin Schwarz scoring a second-placed finish on the cars debut in Greece. The car took its first victory on the following year's Rally Sweden
Rally Sweden
, with Kenneth Eriksson leading home Tommi Mäkinen . Tommi Mäkinen 's Lancer Evolution VI on 2001 Rally Finland
Rally Finland
.

The Lancer Evolution III was soon introduced, and enjoyed great success in hand of Eriksson in the Asia-Pacific Rally Championship , Mitsubishi's main focus at the time. Eriksson took the Evolution III to victory on the 1995 Rally Australia , a round of both championships. He finished the WRC season in third place in the standings behind the dominant Subaru World Rally Team pairing of Colin McRae and Carlos Sainz , after the Toyota Castrol Team pairing of Juha Kankkunen and Didier Auriol were excluded from the championship for running illegal turbo restrictors. In 1996 , Mäkinen won five out of the nine rounds to win the Drivers\' Championship .

The Lancer Evolution IV was introduced for the start of the 1997 season . Mäkinen won four out of 14 rallies to win his and Mitsubishi's second drivers' title. The car won the second and third rounds of the 1998 season , before being replaced by the Lancer Evolution V for the fifth round in Spain. As their rivals Subaru and Ford were competing with the new World Rally Car
World Rally Car
spec, Mitsubishi continued to develop their cars to the old Group A
Group A
regulations. Mäkinen took the car to victory in Argentina, which then won the final four events of the season, allowing Mäkinen to win a third straight title, while Mitsubishi were finally able to take their first manufacturers' title, thanks to two victories from Richard Burns .

The team introduced the Lancer Evolution VI for the opening round of the 1999 , complete with sponsorship from Marlboro . Mäkinen won in Monte Carlo on the car's debut and then again on the next round in Sweden. He picked up further wins in New Zealand and Sanremo to record a then record fourth consecutive drivers' title. In 2000, the team struggled against their rivals and their World Rally Cars, Mäkinen only winning once and finishing fifth in the standings.

Mäkinen managed to win three times in 2001, until Mitsubishi introduced the Lancer WRC in Sanremo, having continued running to the old Group A
Group A
regulations even though their rivals began working with the new WRC regulations from 1997. Both Mäkinen and teammate Freddy Loix struggled with the new car, before Mäkinen suffered a heavy accident that injured his co-driver Risto Mannisenmäki . Two retirements and a sixth-placed finish from the final three rallies meant that Mäkinen missed out on winning the title.

Mäkinen left the team for Subaru for 2002, so François Delecour and Alister McRae were signed to replace him and Loix, who had moved to Hyundai. Both struggled with the car though, McRae managed a fifth-place finish on Rally Sweden, but those were the only points the team would score all season. The team finished last in the manufacturers' points, behind Skoda and Hyundai. Mitsubishi would not compete during the 2003 season as Mitsubishi restructured their motorsports activities.

MMSP

Gilles Panizzi
Gilles Panizzi
driving the Lancer WRC04 at the 2004 Rally Finland
Finland
. Mitsubishi Motors at the 2005 Cyprus Rally
Cyprus Rally
.

Mitsubishi consolidated their racing activities in 2003, acquiring ACMS Ltd from Cowan while Mitsubishi Motors Australia
Australia
took over Stewart's operation. This followed the formation of Mitsubishi Motors Motor Sports (MMSP) GmbH in Trebur , Germany
Germany
in November 2002.

The team signed experienced driver Gilles Panizzi
Gilles Panizzi
to lead its lineup, and signed the less-experienced trio of Kristian Sohlberg , Gigi Galli and Daniel Solà to share its second car. Panizzi managed to score points on three occasions before the team reduced its programme after ten of 14 rounds, switching their focus to developing their 2005 car. The team did compete on Rally Catalunya, where both Sola and Galli finished in sixth and seventh place respectively.

Mitsubishi returned in 2005 with a developed car, the Lancer WRC05, and had signed Harri Rovanperä to drive one car on all 16 rallies, with Panizzi and Galli sharing the second car. Galli would be entered in a third car on selected events. Panizzi scored Mitsubishi's first podium finish since 2001 on the first event of the season, Monte Carlo. Rovanperä was a regular points scorer, finishing second on Rally Australia , to finish the season seventh in the drivers' standings. Galli scored points on six occasions. Mitsubishi finished fifth in the manufacturers' standings, ahead of Skoda.

At the end of 2005, Mitsubishi Motors Corporation suspended its participation in the WRC. MMSP Ltd supported Galli's Lancer WRC05 entry for the two opening rounds of 2006, in association with Ralliart Italy.

MMSP Ltd. ran two Lancer WRC05s for Toni Gardemeister
Toni Gardemeister
and Xavier Pons on the first three rounds of the 2007 season, as well as a third car for Juho Hänninen on round three in Norway. It also ran Gardemeister on round five in Portugal
Portugal
alongside Armindo Araujo
Armindo Araujo
, and ran Gardemeister and Hänninen in Italy. It ran Urmo Aava in Greece, Finland
Finland
and New Zealand, the Estonian scoring points in Finland
Finland
and New Zealand.

In February 2009, MMSP Ltd operations manager John Easton completed a buy-out of the Rugby-based company to form MML Sports Ltd .

RALLIART, INC

Mitsubishi continues to use the Ralliart
Ralliart
name both to sell aftermarket components and as a "halo" brand for higher-performance editions of many of its models. Many of the regional licensees continue to operate. Ralliart
Ralliart
Italy
Italy
prepares Mitsubishi rally cars for Armindo Araujo
Armindo Araujo
and the Pirelli Star Drivers in the Production World Rally Championship (PWRC). Ralliart
Ralliart
China hold the brand rights for the China territory. Their head office is in Hong Kong but has facilities in different cities within China. They construct competition vehicles to be used in the China Rally Championship and China Cross Country Rally Championship , sell competition parts, manage teams and offer technical consultancy to its clients.

In 2012 Benito Guerra, Jr. won in México , Argentina
Argentina
and España rallies, plus a second place in Germany
Germany
. So, the Mexican driver got the PWRC world championship.

WRC RESULTS

YEAR CAR NO DRIVER 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 WDC POINTS WMC POINTS

1989 MITSUBISHI GALANT VR-4

ARI VATANEN SWE MON 87 POR KEN FRA GRC Ret NZL ARG FIN Ret AUS ITA CIV GBR 5

40TH 8 4TH 58

KENJIRO SHINOZUKA SWE MON POR 18 KEN FRA GRC 7 NZL 6 ARG FIN AUS 7 ITA CIV GBR

24TH 14

JIMMY MCRAE SWE MON POR KEN FRA GRC 4 NZL ARG FIN AUS ITA CIV GBR

29TH* 10*

MIKAEL ERICSSON SWE MON POR KEN FRA GRC NZL ARG FIN 1 AUS ITA CIV GBR

4TH* 50*

ROSS DUNKERTON SWE MON POR KEN FRA GRC NZL ARG FIN AUS Ret ITA CIV GBR

64TH* 2*

PENTTI AIRIKKALA SWE MON POR KEN FRA GRC NZL ARG FIN AUS ITA CIV GBR 1

14TH 20

1990 MITSUBISHI GALANT VR-4

KENNETH ERIKSSON MON Ret POR Ret KEN FRA GRC Ret NZL ARG FIN 3 AUS Ret ITA CIV GBR 2

8TH 27 3RD 56

ARI VATANEN MON Ret POR Ret KEN FRA GRC Ret NZL ARG FIN 2 AUS ITA CIV GBR Ret

16TH 15

KENJIRO SHINOZUKA MON POR KEN 5 FRA GRC NZL ARG FIN AUS ITA CIV Ret GBR

28TH 8

ROSS DUNKERTON MON POR KEN FRA GRC NZL 4 ARG FIN AUS Ret ITA CIV GBR

20TH 10

PATRICK TAUZIAC MON POR KEN FRA GRC NZL ARG FIN AUS ITA CIV 1 GBR

12TH 20

1991 MITSUBISHI GALANT VR-4

TIMO SALONEN MON 8 SWE Ret POR KEN FRA GRC Ret NZL ARG FIN DSQ AUS ITA CIV ESP GBR 4

13TH 21 3RD 62

KENNETH ERIKSSON MON Ret SWE 1 POR KEN FRA GRC 7 NZL ARG FIN 3 AUS 2 ITA CIV ESP GBR 2

5TH 66

KENJIRO SHINOZUKA MON SWE POR KEN 8 FRA GRC NZL ARG FIN AUS ITA CIV 1 ESP GBR

11TH 23

ROSS DUNKERTON MON SWE POR KEN FRA GRC NZL Ret ARG FIN AUS 7 ITA CIV ESP GBR

40TH 4

PATRICK TAUZIAC MON SWE POR KEN FRA GRC NZL ARG FIN AUS ITA CIV 2 ESP GBR

15TH 15

1992 MITSUBISHI GALANT VR-4

TIMO SALONEN MON 6 SWE POR 5 KEN FRA GRC NZL ARG FIN AUS ITA CIV ESP GBR

20TH 14 5TH 44

KENNETH ERIKSSON MON Ret SWE POR Ret KEN FRA GRC Ret NZL ARG FIN AUS ITA CIV ESP GBR 7

41ST 4

LASSE LAMPI MON SWE 8 POR KEN FRA GRC NZL ARG FIN 6 AUS ITA CIV ESP GBR 11

28TH 9

KENJIRO SHINOZUKA MON SWE POR KEN 10 FRA GRC NZL ARG FIN AUS ITA CIV 1 ESP GBR

14TH 21

ROSS DUNKERTON MON SWE POR KEN FRA GRC NZL 3 ARG FIN AUS 5 ITA CIV ESP GBR

16TH 20

PATRICK TAUZIAC MON SWE POR KEN FRA GRC NZL ARG FIN AUS ITA CIV Ret ESP GBR

- 0

1993 MITSUBISHI LANCER RS

ARMIN SCHWARZ MON 6 SWE POR Ret KEN FRA GRE 3 ARG NZL FIN 9 AUS ITA ESP GBR 8

12TH 23 4TH 86

KENNETH ERIKSSON MON 4 SWE POR 5 KEN FRA GRE Ret ARG NZL FIN 5 AUS ITA ESP GBR 2

6TH 41

KENJIRO SHINOZUKA MON SWE POR KEN Ret FRA GRE ARG NZL FIN AUS ITA ESP GBR

- 0

ROSS DUNKERTON MON SWE POR KEN FRA GRE ARG NZL Ret FIN AUS 4 ITA ESP GBR

24TH 10

1994 MITSUBISHI LANCER RS

ARMIN SCHWARZ MON 7 POR KEN FRA

7TH 31 4TH 86

MITSUBISHI LANCER EVO II

GRE 2 ARG NZL 3 FIN ITA Ret GBR

MITSUBISHI LANCER RS

KENNETH ERIKSSON MON 5 POR KEN FRA

12TH 18

MITSUBISHI LANCER EVO II

GRE Ret ARG NZL 4 FIN ITA GBR

KENJIRO SHINOZUKA MON POR KEN 2 FRA GRE ARG NZL FIN ITA GBR

13TH 15

TOMMI MäKINEN MON POR KEN FRA GRE ARG NZL FIN ITA 2 GBR

10TH 22

1995 MITSUBISHI LANCER EVO II 10 KENNETH ERIKSSON MON SWE 1

3RD 48 3RD 62

MITSUBISHI LANCER EVO III

NZL 5 AUS 1 ESP GBR Ret

MITSUBISHI LANCER EVO II ISOLDE HOLDERIED

POR 11 FRA 19

32ND* 1*

11 TOMMI MäKINEN MON 4 SWE 2

5TH 38

MITSUBISHI LANCER EVO III

FRA 8 NZL Ret AUS 4 ESP Ret GBR Ret

MITSUBISHI LANCER EVO II JORGE RECALDE

POR 10

20TH* 4*

12 ANDREA AGHINI MON 6

7TH 26

MITSUBISHI LANCER EVO III

FRA 3

ESP 5

MITSUBISHI LANCER EVO II KENNETH BäCKLUND

SWE 10

32ND 1

RUI MADEIRA

POR 9

ESP 11 GBR 7

11TH 7

MITSUBISHI LANCER EVO III ED ORDYNSKI

NZL 11 AUS 8

21ST 3

1996 MITSUBISHI LANCER EVO III 7 TOMMI MäKINEN SWE 1 KEN 1 IDN Ret GRE 2 ARG 1 FIN 1 AUS 1 ITA Ret ESP 5

1ST 123 2ND 322

8 KENNETH BäCKLUND SWE 14

- 0

KENJIRO SHINOZUKA

KEN 6

20TH 6

RICHARD BURNS

IDN Ret ARG 4 AUS 5 ESP Ret

9TH 18

UWE NITTEL

GRE 14

35TH 1

LASSE LAMPI

FIN 8

27TH 3

DIDIER AURIOL

ITA 8

27TH 3

9 UWE NITTEL SWE 16 KEN

ARG 10

ITA Ret

35TH 1

YOSHIHIRO KATAOKA

IDN Ret

- 0

PASCAL SMETS

GRE 17

- 0

JOUKO PUHAKKA

FIN Ret

- 0

ED ORDYNSKI

AUS 10

35TH 1

1997 MITSUBISHI LANCER EVO IV 1 TOMMI MäKINEN MON 3 SWE 3 KEN Ret POR 1 ESP 1 FRA Ret ARG 1 GRE 3 NZL Ret FIN 1 IDN Ret ITA 3 AUS 2 GBR 6

1ST 63 3RD 86

2 UWE NITTEL

FIN 7

17TH 3

MITSUBISHI LANCER EVO III MON 5 SWE Ret

ESP 8 FRA 8

ITA Ret

MITSUBISHI CARISMA GT EVO IV RICHARD BURNS

KEN 2 POR Ret

ARG Ret NZL 4 IDN 4 AUS 4 GBR 4

7TH 21

MITSUBISHI LANCER EVO IV

GRE 4

MITSUBISHI LANCER EVO III 10 UWE NITTEL

KEN POR

ARG GRE 6 NZL

IDN

AUS GBR

17TH 3

13 KENJIRO SHINOZUKA MON SWE KEN POR ESP FRA ARG GRE NZL FIN IDN ITA AUS Ret GBR

- 0

1998 MITSUBISHI LANCER EVO IV 1 TOMMI MäKINEN MON Ret SWE 1 KEN Ret POR Ret

1ST 58 1ST 91

MITSUBISHI LANCER EVO V

ESP 3 FRA Ret ARG 1 GRE Ret NZL 3 FIN 1 ITA 1 AUS 1 GBR Ret

MITSUBISHI CARISMA GT EVO IV 2 RICHARD BURNS MON 5 SWE 15 KEN 1 POR 4

6TH 33

MITSUBISHI CARISMA GT EVO V

ESP 4 FRA Ret ARG 4 GRE Ret NZL 9 FIN 5 ITA 7 AUS Ret GBR 1

MITSUBISHI CARISMA GT EVO IV 16 UWE NITTEL MON 7 SWE 7 KEN POR Ret ESP 9

- 0

MITSUBISHI CARISMA GT EVO V

FRA ARG GRE Ret NZL FIN Ret ITA AUS GBR

1999 MITSUBISHI LANCER EVO VI 1 TOMMI MäKINEN MON 1 SWE 1 POR 5 ESP 3 FRA 6 ARG 4 GRE 3 NZL 1 FIN Ret CHN Ret ITA 1 AUS 3 GBR Ret

1ST 62 3RD 86

MITSUBISHI LANCER EVO IV

KEN DSQ

MITSUBISHI CARISMA GT EVO VI 2 FREDDY LOIX MON Ret SWE 9 KEN Ret ESP 4 FRA 8 ARG Ret GRE 4 NZL 8 FIN 10 CHN Ret ITA 4 AUS 4 GBR 5

8TH 14

MARCUS GRöNHOLM

POR Ret

15TH* 5*

2000 MITSUBISHI LANCER EVO VI 1 TOMMI MäKINEN MON 1 SWE 2 KEN Ret POR Ret ESP 4 ARG 3 GRE Ret NZL Ret FIN 4 CYP 5 FRA Ret ITA 3 AUS DSQ GBR 3

5TH 36 4TH 43

MITSUBISHI CARISMA GT EVO IV 2 FREDDY LOIX MON 6 SWE 8 KEN Ret POR 6 ESP 8 ARG 5 GRE Ret NZL Ret FIN Ret CYP 8 FRA Ret ITA 8 AUS Ret GBR Ret

15TH 4

2001 MITSUBISHI LANCER EVO 6.5 7 TOMMI MäKINEN MON 1 SWE Ret POR 1 ESP 3 ARG 4 CYP Ret GRE 4 KEN 1 FIN Ret NZL 8

3RD 41 3RD 69

MITSUBISHI LANCER WRC

ITA Ret FRA Ret AUS 6 GBR Ret

MITSUBISHI LANCER EVO 6.5 8 FREDDY LOIX MON 6 SWE 13 POR Ret ESP 4 ARG 6 CYP 5 GRC 9 KEN 5 FIN 10 NZL 11

13TH 9

MITSUBISHI LANCER WRC

ITA 12 FRA 12 AUS 11 GBR Ret

MITSUBISHI LANCER EVO 6.5 19 THOMAS RåDSTRöM MON SWE 2 POR ESP ARG

15TH 6

KATSUHIKO TAGUCHI

CYP Ret GRC KEN

15TH 6

MITSUBISHI CARISMA GT EVO IV TONI GARDEMEISTER

FIN Ret NZL 15 ITA FRA AUS GBR

15TH 6

2002 MITSUBISHI LANCER WRC 7 FRANçOIS DELECOUR MON 9 SWE 34 FRA 7 ESP 9 CYP 13 ARG Ret GRE 11 KEN Ret

- 0 5TH 9

MITSUBISHI LANCER WRC2

FIN Ret GER 9 ITA 10 NZL 9 AUS Ret GBR Ret

MITSUBISHI LANCER WRC 8 ALISTER MCRAE MON 14 SWE 5 FRA 10 ESP 13 CYP Ret ARG 8 GRE Ret KEN 9

15TH 2

MITSUBISHI LANCER WRC2

FIN Ret GER Ret ITA Ret NZL AUS

JUSTIN DALE

GBR Ret

- 0

MITSUBISHI LANCER WRC 9 JANI PAASONEN MON SWE 14 FRA ESP CYP Ret ARG GRE KEN

- 0

MITSUBISHI LANCER WRC2

FIN 8 NZL Ret AUS 9 GBR Ret

2003 MITSUBISHI LANCER WRC2 32 ALISTER MCRAE MON SWE TUR NZL 6 ARG GRE CYP GER FIN AUS ITA FRA ESP GBR

17TH 3 - 0

JANI PAASONEN MON SWE TUR NZL ARG GRE CYP GER Ret FIN AUS ITA FRA ESP GBR

- 0

34 KRISTIAN SOHLBERG MON SWE 12 TUR NZL Ret ARG GRE CYP GER 14 FIN AUS ITA FRA ESP GBR

- 0

2004 MITSUBISHI LANCER WRC04 9 GILLES PANIZZI MON 6 SWE Ret MEX 8 NZL Ret CYP Ret GRE 10 TUR Ret ARG 7 FIN 11 GER Ret JPN GBR ITA FRA ESP 12 AUS 13TH 6 5TH 17

10 GIANLUIGI GALLI MON Ret MEX Ret

TUR 10

15TH 5

KRISTIAN SOHLBERG

SWE Ret NZL Ret CYP Ret

ARG Ret FIN Ret

- 0

DANI SOLà

GRE Ret

GER Ret JPN GBR ITA FRA ESP 6 AUS 21ST 3

14 GIANLUIGI GALLI

SWE

NZL CYP GRE

ARG FIN GER JPN GBR ITA FRA ESP 7 AUS 15TH 5

2005 MITSUBISHI LANCER WRC05 9 HARRI ROVANPERä MON 7 SWE 4 MEX 5 NZL Ret ITA Ret CYP 7 TUR 10 GRE 6 ARG 5 FIN 7 GER 10 GBR 4 JPN 5 FRA 10 ESP 10 AUS 2 7TH 39 5TH 76

10 GILLES PANIZZI MON 3 SWE MEX 8 NZL ITA CYP 11 TUR GRE ARG FIN GER GBR JPN 11 FRA Ret ESP AUS 15TH 7

GIANLUIGI GALLI

SWE 7 NZL 8 ITA Ret TUR 8 GRE 7 ARG Ret FIN Ret GER 5 GBR 14

ESP Ret AUS 5 11TH 14

18 MON

MEX

CYP

JPN Ret FRA 9

2006 MITSUBISHI LANCER WRC 05 14 GIANLUIGI GALLI MON Ret SWE 4 MEX ESP FRA ARG ITA GRE GER FIN JPN CYP TUR AUS NZL GBR 11TH* 15* - -

15 DANIEL CARLSSON MON SWE 3 MEX ESP FRA ARG ITA GRE GER FIN Ret JPN CYP TUR AUS NZL GBR 16TH 6

18 JUSSI VäLIMäKI MON SWE MEX ESP FRA ARG ITA 5 GRE 9 GER FIN 7 JPN CYP TUR AUS NZL GBR 17TH 6

22 JUHO HäNNINEN MON SWE MEX ESP FRA ARG ITA GRE GER FIN DSQ JPN CYP TUR AUS NZL GBR - 0

2007 MITSUBISHI LANCER WRC 05 - TONI GARDEMEISTER MON 7 SWE 6 NOR Ret MEX POR DSQ ARG ITA 6 GRE FIN GER NZL ESP FRA JPN IRE GBR 13TH 10 - -

- XAVIER PONS MON 26 SWE Ret NOR 16 MEX POR ARG ITA GRE FIN GER NZL ESP FRA JPN IRE GBR 17TH* 4*

- JUHO HäNNINEN MON SWE NOR 17 MEX POR ARG ITA 8 GRE FIN Ret GER NZL ESP FRA JPN IRE GBR 22ND 1

- ARMINDO ARAúJO MON SWE NOR MEX POR Ret ARG ITA GRE FIN GER NZL ESP FRA JPN IRE GBR - 0

- URMO AAVA MON SWE NOR MEX POR ARG ITA GRE 14 FIN 7 GER NZL 8 ESP FRA JPN IRE GBR 19TH 3

- KRISTIAN SOHLBERG MON SWE NOR MEX POR ARG ITA GRE FIN Ret GER NZL ESP FRA JPN IRE GBR - 0

- KAJ KUISTILA MON SWE NOR MEX POR ARG ITA GRE FIN 13 GER NZL ESP FRA JPN IRE GBR - 0

REFERENCES

* ^ "Partial Cease of Business Activities along with Ralliart Inc\'s Business Scale Down", announcement by Ralliart
Ralliart
President Masao Taguchi, March 10, 2010 * ^ " Mitsubishi Motors - A Glorious Heritage in Motorsport", Mitsubishi-Motors.com * ^ Ralliart
Ralliart
Australia, Ralliart.com, November 7, 2000 * ^ A B "All-New Challenge for Mitsubishi Motors", Mitsubishi Motors press release, October 9, 2003 * ^ A B " Mitsubishi Motors Takes Over Andrew Cowan Motorsports", Carpages.co.uk, April 6, 2003 * ^ A B "Doug Stewart - 50 Years In Motor Sport", Jon Thomson and Stuart Bowes, RallySport News, August 12, 2003 * ^ http://www.crash.net/world+rally/news/142661/1/mml_sports_ltd_created.html MML Sport Ltd created * ^ " Ralliart
Ralliart
Parts & Collections Catalogue" (in Japanese). Ralliart.co.jp. Archived from the original on 2006-07-02. Retrieved 2006-12-28. * ^ "Mitsubishi crosses the Galant and the Eclipse GT", Tony Assenza, Edmunds.com, May 17, 2006 * ^ http://www.wrc.com/pwrc/results/

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