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Daniel took 6th place in Portugal
] Yet another stable drive from Carlsson and due to some late penalties to others, gave him three more points in the driver standings. Daniel and Denis have now completed three WRC-rallies together and have managed to score points in all of them!
Daniel took 7th place in Norway despite having all kinds of problems
] Despite having big problems during the two first legs of Rally Norway, Daniel Carlsson was able to get to the finish on Sunday in seventh place. This means that he scores three important points for OMV Kronos Citroën in the manufacturer’s championship. Daniel, his co-driver Denis Giraudet and the team are all very satisfied with the performances of the weekend.
Daniel took fifth place after a thrilling final day
] The first rally in his new team, OMV Kronos Citroën, was a great success for Daniel Carlsson. Despite having a new car, new co-driver, new note reading language and a new team Daniel took fifth place in his home rally, Uddeholm Swedish Rally. The last day was characterized by a thrilling fight with Chris Atkinson – a fight that Daniel won when Chris was hit by problem.
Denis Giraudet is the new co-driver of Daniel Carlsson and OMV Kronos Citroën in the WRC 2007
] Denis Giraudet, 51 years old from France, is the new co-driver of Daniel Carlsson. The duo will compete in at least six WRC-events this year in the OMV Kronos Citroën World Rally Team. With 30 years of co-driving experience and having worked with 34 different drivers, Giraudet is one of the most experienced co-drivers of the World Rally Championship.
29th of june 1976
Uddeholm Swedish Rally 2006: 3rd, Uddeholm Swedish Rally 2005: 6th, Acropolis Rally Greece 2004: 5th, JWRC 2003: 3rd overall, etc.
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Uddeholm Swedish Rally 2007
Pressen på Daniel inför Uddeholm Swedish Rally 2007 var enorm. Förväntningarna från media och all...
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