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The Women Rally Driver No. 1 is Ekaterina Stratieva

Women World Rally Ranking 2012 - Final results – The Women Rally Driver No. 1 is Ekaterina Stratieva (Bulgaria) – The Rally Codriver No. 1 is Ilka Minor-Petrasko (Austria)

Ekaterina Stratieva and Ilka Minor-Petrasko are in first place in the IRDA (International Rally Drivers Association) Women World Rally Ranking. After 12 months (1 January 2012 – 31 December 2012) of rallyes all over the world, as confirmed by the WRR (www.worldrallyranking.com) promoted by the IRDA (www.irdassociation.com), for the Women Rally Drivers final classification, the first place is occupied by the Bulgarian driver Ekaterina Stratieva, in second place the Emma Gilmour – New Zeland, the podium is completed by Burcu Cetinkaya - Turkey . These three drivers are followed by 12 women rally drivers from the 4 continents and 13 countries in the world, after the running all international rallies in the FIA calendar 2012, have scored the necessary results to enter the World Rally Ranking. This is the final standing of the new IRDA ranking for the first 15 positions:
Position Driver Name Nationality Points

1 Ekaterina Stratieva Bulgaria 1428
2 Emma Gilmour New Zealand 471
3 Burcu Cetinkaya Turkey 432
4 Asja Zupanc Slovenia 294
5 Simin Bicakciolglu Turkey 272
6 Ana Sofia Correia Portugal 264
7 Melissa Debackere Belgium 238
8 Susan Muwonge Uganda 232
9 Ramona Karlsson Sweden 195
10 Burcu Burkut Erenkul Turkey 168
11 Molly Taylor Australia 165
12 Louise Cook Great Britain 105
13 Inessa Tushkanova Russia 60
14 Michaela Debnarova Slovakia 32
15 Stephanie Le Coultre Switzerland 8

Ilka Minor-Petrasko is the number 1 codriver of international rallying, the first place is occupied by the Austrian codriver, in second place Carmen Poenaru - Romania, the podium is completed by Anna Andreussi - Italy. These three women codrivers are followed by 111 rally codrivers from the 5 continents and 24 countries in the world, after the running all international rallies in the FIA calendar 2012, have scored the necessary results to enter the World Rally Ranking. This is the final standing of the new IRDA ranking for the first 15 positions:


Position Driver Name Nationality Points

1 Ilka Minor-Petrasko Austria 3139
2 Carmen Poenaru Romania 1428
3 Anna Andreussi Italy 1404
4 Sabrina De Castelli France 1130
5 Daniela Ertl-Weissengruber Austria 919
6 Sylvia Vindevogel Rwanda 896
7 Lara Vanneste Belgium 789
8 Marcela Ehlovà Czech Republic 554
9 Tania Canton Austria 540
10 Sandra Arlettaz Rwanda 530
11 Julianna Nyirfas Hungary 476
11 Petra Rihakova Czech Republic 476
12 Giancarla Guzzi Italy 466
13 Cicek Guney Turkey 432
14 Enda Sherry Ireland 420
15 Monica Fortunato Italy 406

To be able to see all the ranking standings, drivers, codrivers, manufacturers, car models and nations, please visit the www.worldrallyranking.com website, and insert your e-mail address in the form. You will immediately receive the password to access all the data and the various ranking standings

www.worldrallyranking.com


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