Rankings

2019 Drivers Top 10
1st – David Burns – 60
2nd – Howard Warren – 59
3rd – Paul Crosby – 55
4th – Darell Staniforth – 54
5th – Scott Bradshaw – 53
6th – Gavin Rogers – 50
7th – Jess Collister – 46
8th – Maxx Bradshaw – 40
— – Kevin Davies – 40
— – Ben Griffin – 40

2019 Navigators Top 10
1st – Iain Tullie – 64
2nd – Nicky Staniforth – 62
3rd – Alan James – 60
4th – Ali Procter – 55
5th – Richard Skinner – 53
6th – Cadog Davies – 41
7th – Connor Murphy – 40
8th – Sasha Heriot – 39
9th – Gary Evans – 38
— – Alan Ross – 38

2019 Most Successful Cars Top 10
1st – Ford Escort – 631
2nd – Mazda MX-5 – 431
3rd – MG ZR – 196
4th – Subaru Impreza – 181
5th – Peugeot 106 – 160
6th – Ford Fiesta – 159
7th – Mini – 137
8th – Proton Satria – 136
9th – Peugeot 206 – 133
10th – Porsche 911 – 130

Updated 1/6/2019

The points system is as follows for the overall positions of every rally; 1st; 20 points, 2nd; 15 points, 3rd; 12 points, 4th; 10 points, 5th; 8 points, 6th; 6 points, 7th; 4 points, 8th; 3 points, 9th; 2 points, 10th; 1 point.

The Rankings are NOT official and are only made for the purposes of this site. There may be errors where people share the same name and they may be merged into 1, 1 name receiving both sets of points. This may not be the best way to calculate the rankings.

The Vehicle points are taken from what the top 10 crews of each rally were driving, points awarded the same as above.

Dream Teams: (Winners of each Year put together)

2018 – Andy Davies & Michael Gilbey, Ford Escort
2017 – John Abel & Michael Gilbey, Ford Escort
2016 – Matt Warren & Andy Pullan, Ford Escort
2015 – Howard Warren & Iain Tullie, Ford Escort
2014 – Ian ‘Dude’ Roberts & Gwawr Hughes, Ford Escort
2013 – Mark ‘GT’ Roberts & Cath Woodman

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