Standings


World Rally Championship
PosManufacturermonacoswedenmexicocroatiaportugalitalykenyaestoniafinlandgreecechileeuropejapanTotal
1Toyota Gazoo Racing WRT51
(1.+.2.+.1.+.3.)
51
2Hyundai Shell Mobis WRT27
(3.+.5.+.4.)
27
3M-Sport Ford WRT16
(4.+.2.)
16

The breakdown of points for each event can be revealed by placing your cursor over the rally result.

Championship points are awarded to the top-ten finishers, distributed on a 25-18-15-12-10-8-6-4-2-1 basis.

There are additional points for the top-five drivers in the ‘Power Stage’ (PS), issued on a 5-4-3-2-1 scale.
Since 2021, Power Stage points are also awarded to manufacturers for its two highest placed drivers in the fastest five.

The driver who scores the most points over a complete season is crowned Champion.
There is also a Championship for co-drivers and for manufacturers where the two best-placed cars from one constructor receive points.

PosDrivermonacoswedenmexicocroatiaportugalitalykenyaestoniafinlandgreecechileeuropejapanTotal
1Sébastien OGIER25+1
(1.)
26
2Kalle ROVANPERÄ18+5
(2.)
23
3Thierry NEUVILLE15+2
(3.)
17
4Elfyn EVANS12+3
(4.)
15
5Ott TÄNAK10+4
(5.)
14
6Takamoto KATSUTA8
(6.)
8
7Daniel SORDO6
(7.)
6
8Esapekka LAPPI4
(8.)
4
9Yohan ROSSEL2
(9.)
2
10Nikolay GRYAZIN1
(10.)
1
11Jourdan SERDERIDIS0
12Pierre-Louis LOUBET0
(R.)
0
13Sami PAJARI0

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