2007 World Rally Championship season

The World Rally Championship 2007 was held in a frame of 16 scoring runs from 19 January to 2 December. The winner was, as in the previous three years, Sébastien Loeb with eight individual victories and a total of 116 points.

In contrast to the season of the year 2006, the rallies of Cyprus, Turkey and Australia were no longer included in the World Cup schedule. Instead, in 2007 the rallies of Norway and Ireland for the first time and the Rally of Portugal were re- evaluated after a hiatus of several years by the FIA ​​.

  • 4.1 Drivers' Championship WRC
  • 4.2 Manufacturers' Championship WRC

Teams and Drivers

The Citroën Total World Rally Team entered, after a pause in 2006, for the first time with the new Citroën C4. For Citroen, the Frenchman Sébastien Loeb and co-driver Daniel Elena started and Spaniard Daniel Sordo and co-driver Marc Marti.

BP- Ford World Rally driver sat a Finnish double one: Marcus Gronholm with Timo Rautiainen and Mikko Hirvonen Jarmo Lehtinen started with the Ford Focus.

For the Subaru World Rally Team Petter Solberg of Norway and co-driver Phil Mills started, the Australian Chris Atkinson with "Co" Glenn Macneall and Spaniard Xavier Pons and co-driver Xavier Amigo in the Subaru Impreza.

The Munchi 's Ford World Rally Team came with an Argentine team: Luis Perez Companc with José Maria Volta and Juan Pablo Raies with Jorge Perez Companc started in the Ford Focus.

Stobart M- Sport Ford Rally began three Ford Focus: the Norwegian Henning Solberg drove Cato Menkerud, the Finn Jari -Matti Latvala Miikka Anttila with and Briton Matthew Wilson with Michael Orr.

For the OMV Kronos Citroen World Rally Team, the Austrian Manfred Stohl and co-driver Ilka Minor and the Swede, Daniel Carlsson drove Denis Giraudet in the Citroën Xsara.

In a Mitsubishi Lancer occurred among others, the Finn Toni Gardemeister with Jakke Honkanen for the team Mitsubishi MSP.

Rolling stock

Citroën C4 WRC

Citroën Xsara WRC

Suzuki SX4 WRC

Subaru Impreza WRC

Teams and Drivers


The registered kilometer correspond to the distance of the special stages. The distance of the links between the different WPs is not included.


WRC Drivers' Championship

WRC Manufacturers' Championship