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An epic, epic, EPIC 2015

Rally Sweden 2015 was a roller coaster ride like nothing else.
It was a showdown in its inner sense and all you could ever wished for, and more.

From a “15 minutes of fame” in a sweet Swedish delight on Thursday; the Norwegian nightmare on Friday; the Belgium boom on Saturday and the return of the French Revolution in a Super Sunday Showdown.
We’ve said it before, and we say it again.
Wow.

It was closer to everything that makes this event what it is;
action, people, happiness, fans – it was closer to RALLY.

After a total 308 kilometers it all came down to the final split before the new, and old, champion. and leader of the new French Revolution, could climb up on top (of his car) and celebrate his second victory in Rally Sweden.

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On the other side of the revolution there was a Scandinavian battle in WRC2, but the Finnish party just kept on going all weekend long.
The smiling Finn was unquestionable in his driving, sailing through all the way, securing his first Rally Sweden title.

Tidemand got away with the highest number of stage wins, Brynildsen pushed hard all weekend – Sweden and Norway gave everything they had but Finland proved to be the bigger brother.
In the end Gorban, the Ukrainian veteran, cracked the Scandinavian union by clenching third place.

Ogier, Neuville, Mikkelsen.
Ketomaa, Brynildsen, Gorban.

One, two, three.

Finally, Ole-Christian Veiby won the WRC3 class. Being the only competitor in his class, he used this weekend to get valuable experience.

“It aint over ’til… someone ends up in a snow bank.

It was an epic, epic, EPIC 2015.

Thank you fans.
See you all back in 2016.

The complete list of the final standings is found on WRC.com

WinWRC3Rally Sweden 2015 was a roller coaster ride like nothing else.
It was a showdown in its inner sense and all you could ever wished for, and more.

From a “15 minutes of fame” in a sweet Swedish delight on Thursday; the Norwegian nightmare on Friday; the Belgium boom on Saturday and the return of the French Revolution in a Super Sunday Showdown.
We’ve said it before, and we say it again.
Wow.

It was closer to everything that makes this event what it is;
action, people, happiness, fans – it was closer to RALLY.

After a total 308 kilometers it all came down to the final split before the new, and old, champion. and leader of the new French Revolution, could climb up on top (of his car) and celebrate his second victory in Rally Sweden.

WinWRC2

On the other side of the revolution there was a Scandinavian battle in WRC2, but the Finnish party just kept on going all weekend long.
The smiling Finn was unquestionable in his driving, sailing through all the way, securing his first Rally Sweden title.

Tidemand got away with the highest number of stage wins, Brynildsen pushed hard all weekend – Sweden and Norway gave everything they had but Finland proved to be the bigger brother.
In the end Gorban, the Ukrainian veteran, cracked the Scandinavian union by clenching third place.

Ogier, Neuville, Mikkelsen.
Ketomaa, Brynildsen, Gorban.

One, two, three.

Finally, Ole-Christian Veiby won the WRC3 class. Being the only competitor in his class, he used this weekend to get valuable experience.

“It aint over ’til… someone ends up in a snow bank.

It was an epic, epic, EPIC 2015.

Thank you fans.
See you all back in 2016.

The complete list of the final standings is found on WRC.com

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