2003 ASIA PACIFIC RALLY CHAMPIONSHIP


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AUS  Round 1 Rally of Canberra
 25 - 27 April
NZ  Round 2 Rally of Rotorua
 11 - 13 July
J  Round 3 Rally Hokkaido
 12 - 14 September
CN  China Rally Shaoguan  Cancelled
 11 - 13 October
TH  Round 4 International Rally of Thailand
 31 October - 2 November
IND  Round 5 MRF India Rally
 5 - 7 December

2003 FIA ASIA PACIFIC RALLY CHAMPIONSHIP - DRIVERS
Final points standings

Driver Make AUS NZ J TH IND TOTAL
1 KREMER
Armin (D)
MITSUBISHI 16 (5) 10 11 16 53
2 SINGH
Karamjit (MAL)
PROTON
13 3 18 18 52
3 ARGYLE
Geof (NZ)
MITSUBISHI 14 5 15 11 (4) 45
4 NUTAHARA
Fumio (J)
MITSUBISHI 12 14 6 5 R 37
5 ATKINSON
Chris (AUS)
SUZUKI 5 R 6 4 3 18
6 HAWKESWOOD
Andrew (NZ)
MITSUBISHI R 10 5 1 R 16
7 CALDAROLA
Domenico (I)
MITSUBISHI R 4 R R 7 11
8 DOPPELREITER
David (D)
MITSUBISHI 3 3 R R 5 11
9 GREEN
Brian (NZ)
MITSUBISHI 4 2 4 1 R 11
10 MASUMURA
Atsushi (J)
MITSUBISHI 2 1 5 R
8
11 CANGANI
Norberto (I)
MITSUBISHI


3
3
12 TAKAKUWA
Haruo (J)
SUBARU 1
R 2
3

Nationalities: AUS=Australia / D=Germany / I=Italy / J=Japan / MAL=Malaysia / NZ=New Zealand /
R = Retired

2003 FIA ASIA PACIFIC RALLY CHAMPIONSHIP - MANUFACTURERS
Points standings after International Rally of Thailand

Make AUS NZ J TH IND TOTAL
1 MITSUBISHI 19 16 15 15
65
2 PROTON
10 2 18
30
3 SUZUKI 5
6 4
15
4 SUBARU 1
0 2
3


2003 FIA ASIA PACIFIC RALLY CHAMPIONSHIP - GROUP N CUP
Points standings after International Rally of Thailand

Driver Make AUS NZ J TH IND TOTAL
1 KREMER
Armin (D)
MITSUBISHI 17 13 17 19
66
2 NUTAHARA
Fumio (J)
MITSUBISHI 16 18 6 14
54
3 MASUMURA
Atsushi (J)
MITSUBISHI 5 4 10 R
19
4 DOPPELREITER
David (D)
MITSUBISHI 8 6 2 2
18
5 CALDAROLA
Domenico (I)
MITSUBISHI R 10 R R
10
6 TAKAKUWA
Haruo (J)
SUBARU 4
R 5
9
7 CANGANI
Norberto (I)
MITSUBISHI

1 7
8
8 JONES
Reece (NZ)
MITSUBISHI 1 R


1

Nationalities: D=Germany / I=Italy / J=Japan / NZ=New Zealand /
R = Retired

Attribution of points
To be eligible for Championship or Cup points and awards, each entrant, each driver and each co-driver must register with the FIA.
The points scoring system will be the same as in Formula 1, with only the first eight drivers finishing each scoring points:

1st=10pts;2nd=8pts; 3rd=6 pts; 4th=5pts; 5th=4pts; 6th=3pts; 7th=2pts; 8th=1pt.
Only those cars entered by a registered entrant and driven by a registered driver and co-driver are eligible to score points within the general classification, taking into account their relative positions and without taking into account the classification of the cars of the non-registered drivers and entrants. The process of registration includes an undertaking to take part in a minimum of three events in Asia and one event in the Pacific.
For each leg, bonus points will be awarded in the Championship for Drivers, Manufacturers and Group N, based on the results for the leg, at the rate of 3, 2 and 1 for 1st, 2nd and 3rd respectively, within each of the above.
For Manufacturers’ points, only the best placed car in the first three positions will be eligible to score bonus points. Furthermore, the bonus points allotted will be for the actual position of the car.
For the final classification of the Championship, the number of results to be retained is four.

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