World Rally Ranking Shows Sebastien Ogier Dominates in 2013

By Winding Road Staff

December 26, 2013

French driver Sébastien Ogier clenched the number one spot with commanding authority in international rallying for 2013, according to World Rally Ranking. Second place belongs to the Belgian Thierry Neuville, and the podium is completed by Finnish Jari-Matti Latvala. The International Rally Drivers Association ranks the top 15 as follows:
 
  Position                Driver Name                                Nationality                        Points           
 
1
Sebastien Ogier
France
7005
2
Thierry Neuville
Belgium
5655
3
Jari-Matti Latvala
Finland
5385
4
Mads Ostberg
Norway
5130
5
Jan Kopecky
CzechRepublic
4966
6
Mikko Hirvonen
Finland
4860
7
Daniel Sordo Castillo
Spain
4515
8
Evgeny Novikov
Russia
4035
9
Abdulaziz Al Kuwari
Qatar 
3915
10
Martin Prokop
CzechRepublic
3750
11
Nasser Al Attiyah
Qatar
3699
12
Bryan Bouffier
France
3211
13
Craig Breen
Ireland
3206
14
Khalid Al Qassimi
United Arab Emirates
2844
15
Andreas Mikkelsen
Norway
2730
 
 
 
 
Much like Ogier, Julien Ingrassia captured the top codriver spot by a wide margain, while second place belonged to the Belgian Nicolas Gilsoul, and Finnish driver Miikka Anttila capturing third place. The International Rally Drivers Association ranks the top codrivers as follows:
 
 
  Position                Driver Name                                Nationality                        Points       
 
 
1
Julien Ingrassia
France
7005
2
Nicolas Gilsoul
Belgium
5655
3
Miikka Anttila
Finland
5385
4
Jonas Andersson
Sweden
5130
5
Pavel Dresler
CzechRepublic
4966
6
Jarmo Lehtinen
Finland
4860
7
Carlos Del Barrio
Spain
4515
8
Giovanni Bernacchini
Poland
4164
9
Ilka Minor-Petrasko
Austria
4035
10
Michael Ernst
CzechRepublic
3750
11
Kiljan Duffy
Ireland
3150
12
Maciej Baran
Poland
2898
13
Scott Martin
Great Britain
2844
14
Paul Nagle  
Ireland
2669
15
Janne Ferm
Finland
2539
 
 

 

You can find additional details, including manufacture and car rankings for this past season over at World Rally Rankings.