Statistics by the List of Entries
11. 8. 2019 - Roman Ordelt
A couple of days ago, the official list of registered crews for the 49th Barum Czech Rally Zlín 2019 was published. As usual, the starting list is numerous, 137 crews from 25 countries. In the FIA European Rally Championship (ERC) it is possibly the best start-up line. There are two pilots with FIA priority. One of them is Jan Kopecký from the Czech Republic, the reigning WRC2 world champion and Škoda Motorsport factory team driver. The other is last year's European champion and current ERC leader Alexey Lukyanuk from Russia. A total of 57 crews have ERC priority. Of these, 37 ERC1 priority, 6 ERC2 priority and 24 crews ERC3 priority. The ERC Junior categories reach their finale in Zlín. Eight riders in ERC1 Junior and 14 pilots in ERC3 have the last chance to scrape some points. There will be a total of 84 crews in the European Championship ranking, the most numerous being the RC4 class, with 39 cars and the RC2 class with 38 cars.
Škoda cars traditionally dominate in their numbers, with a total of 39 vehicles originating from Mladá Boleslav factory. Other numerous brands are Peugeot, Opel, and Mitsubishi. There are 34 cars in R5 category, and among those, there are 24 cars Škoda Fabia R5. And of course, women do not want to stay behind. Five women sit behind the wheel, and 14 are co-drivers.
Statistics by the List of Entries:
Total number of entries: 137 crews (89 Czech, 48 foreign)
Number of countries: 25
Czech Republic - 89, Poland - 6, Great Britain and Northern Ireland - 4, Hungary - 4, Austria - 3, Italy - 3, France - 3, Germany - 2, Sweden - 2, Japan - 2, Portugal - 2, Estonia - 2, Belgium - 2, Bulgaria - 2, Slovakia - 2, Russia - 1, Latvia - 1, Brazil - 1, Argentina - 1, Kuwait - 1, Spain - 1, Norway - 1, United States - 1, Turkey - 1. Only co-driver: Qatar - 1
FIA priority: 2
Alexey Lukyanuk (RUS), Jan Kopecký (CZE)
ERC1 priority: 27
Alexey Lukyanuk (RUS), Łukasz Habaj (POL), Chris Ingram (GBR), Jan Kopecký (CZE), Filip Mareš (CZE), Norbert Herczig (HUN), Jan Černý (CZE), Marijan Griebel (DEU), Václav Pech (CZE), Nikolay Gryazin (LVA), Mattias Adielsson (SWE), Miko Marczyk (POL), Paulo Nobre (BRA), Hiroki Arai (JPN), Vojtěch Štajf (CZE), Tomáš Kostka (CZE), Simon Wagner (AUT) ), Jaromír Tarabus (CZE), Miroslav Jakeš (CZE), Martin Vlček (CZE), Roman Odložilík (CZE), Tomáš Pospíšilík (CZE), Albert von Thurn und Taxis (DEU), Martin Březík (CZE), Antonín Tlusťák (CZE), Aloisio Monteiro (PRT), Petr Trnovec (CZE)
ERC1 Junior: 8
Chris Ingram (GBR), Filip Mareš (CZE), Nikolay Gryazin (LVA), Mattias Adielsson (SWE), Miko Marczyk (POL), Hiroki Arai (JPN), Simon Wagner (AUT), Tomáš Pospíšilík (CZE)
ERC2 priority: 6
Zelindo Melegari (ITA), Dariusz Polonski (POL), Andrea Nucita (ITA), Juan Carlos Alonso (ARG), Mshari Althefiri (KWT), Mátyás Nagy (HUN)
ERC3 priority: 24
Ken Torn (EST), Efrén Llarena (ESP), Sindre Furuseth (NOR), Florian Bernardi (FRA), Pedro Antunes (PRT), Erik Cais (CZE), Yohan Rossel (FRA), Jean-Baptiste Franceschi (FRA), Elias Lundberg (SWE), Jan Talaš (CZE), Grégoire Munster (BEL), Sean Johnston (USA), Orhan Avcioglu (TUR), Petr Semerád (CZE), Kristóf Klausz (HUN), Grigor Grigorov (BGR), René Dohnal (CZE), Gregor Jeets (EST), Adam Březík (CZE), Amaury Molle (BEL), Jiří Navrátil (CZE), Miklós Csomós (HUN), Catie Munnings (GBR), Nabila Tejpar (GBR).
ERC3 Junior: 14
Ken Torn (EST), Efrén Llarena (ESP), Sindre Furuseth (NOR), Pedro Antunes (PRT), Erik Cais (CZE), Jean-Baptiste Franceschi (FRA), Elias Lundberg (SWE), Jan Talaš (CZE), Grégoire Munster (BEL), Petr Semerád (CZE), Kristóf Klausz (HUN), Grigor Grigorov (BGR), Gregor Jeets (EST), Amaury Molle (BEL).
Classification of all classes in the FIA European Rally Championship (ERC):
Total registered: 84 crews
Class RC2 - Group R5 (VR5), S2000-Rally: 1.6 T with restrictor 28 mm, 2.0 atmospheric, R4 (VR4K), NR4 over 2000 cc (current N4) - 38 cars
RGT - cars RGT - 4 cars
Class RC3 - R3 (atmospheric - over 1600 cc and up to 2000 cc - VR3C turbo - over 1067 cc and up to 1333 cc - VR3C), R3 (turbo - up to 1620 cc / nominal - VR3T), R3 diesel - up to 2000 cc / nominal - VR3D) , group A over 1600 cc and up to 2000 cc, Super 1600 - 2 cars
Class RC4 - RC4A (atmospheric - above 1600 ccand up to 2000 cc - VR2C turbo over 1067 cc and up to to 1333 cc - VR2C), RC4B R2 (atmospheric over 1390 cc and up to 1600 cc - VR2B turbo over 927 cc and up to 1067 cc - VR2B), Kit -car up to 1600 cc, Group A up to 1600 cc, Group N over 1600 cc and up to 2000 cc - 39 cars
Class RC5 - R1 (atmospheric - up to 1600 cc - VR1 turbo up to 1333 cc - VR1, R1 (atmospheric up to 1600 cc - VR1A / VR1B turbo up to 1067 cc - VR1A / VR1B), group N up to 1600 cc - 1 car
Cars of category R5: 34
Škoda Fabia R5 – 24 (of which 5 Evo), Hyundai i20 R5 – 4, Citroën C3 R5 – 2, Volkswagen Polo GTi R5 – 2, Ford Fiesta R5 - 2.
Statistics by the List of Entries of ERC and Czech Rally Championship (MČR)
Number of brands: 15
Škoda – 39, Peugeot – 28, Opel – 14, Mitsubishi – 13, Renault – 9, Ford – 8, Fiat – 5, Honda – 5, Citroën – 4, Hyundai – 4, Porsche – 3, Volkswagen – 2, Suzuki – 1, BMW – 1, Dacia – 1.
Mixed crews: 17
Hiroki Arai – Ilka Minor (JPN/AUT), Vojtěch Štajf – Veronika Havelková (CZE), Efrén Llarena – Sara Fernandez (ESP), Erik Cais – Jindřiška Žáková (CZE), Nabila Tejpar – Hugo Magalhaes (GBR/PRT), Rastislav Chvála – Zuzana Lieskovcová (SVK), Vlastimil Dědic jr. – Silvie Hlavičková (CZE), Michal Vaňhara – Kateřina Janovská (CZE), Petr Kačírek – Barbora Rendlová (CZE), Ekaterina Stratijeva – Georgi Avramov (BGR), Martin Kučera – Eva Žaludková (CZE), Tomáš Zeman – Kristýna Urbanová (CZE), Michal Kravec – Petra Reitmajerová (CZE), David Suchařípa – Martina Picková (CZE), Aleš Pilčík – Zuzana Plšková (CZE), Vladimír Kolařík – Diana Kovářová (CZE), Pavlína Tydlačková – František Kubů (CZE).
Ladies crew: 5 (woman as a pilot)
Catie Munnings - Veronica Engan (GBR/NOR), Nabila Tejpar - Hugo Magalhaes (GBR/PRT), Ekaterina Stratiyeva - Georgi Avramov (BGR), Michaela Debnarová - Lucia Laurincová (SVK), Pavlína Tydlacková - Frantisek Kubů (CZE).