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  Tuesday, 30 July, 2002, 17:49 GMT 18:49 UK
Richard Burns Burns: I must improve
Rally GB winner Richard Burns admits he will have to drive better next year if he is to win the coveted world title.
Gronholm takes world crown
Burns relying on rival's mistakes
Burns optimistic in face of disaster
Rally of Great Britain in pictures
Gronholm and Burns level
Burns pleads for fairness
Gronholm flat-out for title
Better late than never
Burns must win and hope
Makinen stripped of win


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Final results
Final standings from Wales as Richard Bruns won the Rally of Great Britain but Marcus Gronholm took the world title.
Leg one collated results
Leg two collated results
Leg three collated results


INSIGHT

Richard Burns Rally GB's brave new world
This year's Rally GB is based in Cardiff for the first time as the sport's bosses try to emulate Formula One's global success
Battle to be Britain's best


SEASON REVIEW

Marcus Gronholm's Peugeot Hard road to Rally GB
BBC Sport Online unveils the long road that has brought the world rally teams to season's end in wintry Wales.


BBC COVERAGE

Colin McRae Keep in touch with the BBC
The BBC carries coverage of the Rally of Great Britain in three different media, with updates on TV, radio and Sport Online.


TEAMS

Peugeot 206 Peugeot: New boys make good
Peugeot has been back in the world rally championship for less than two years, but it could soon be champion
Ford: Salvaging success from early failure
Subaru: Space age comes to rallying
Mitsubishi: Hanging on with aging weapon
Seat: End of the line
Hyundai: Not without promise
Skoda: Paupers reaping rewards


DRIVERS

Marcus Gronholm Gronholm: From zero to hero
Marcus Gronholm surprises the rally world by taking the world title in his first full season in the event.
Burns: Britain's next champion in waiting
McRae: Six-million pound speed machine
Sainz: Aristocrat with a point to prove
Makinen: Finally losing his crown
Delecour: Specialist chasing wider glory
Panizzi: Gaining forest experience
Kankkunen: Aging legend
Solberg: Man of the future
Eriksson: Veteran with pace
Auriol: Champion kicking his heels
Gardemeister: new boy with top backers
Loix: Fighting an uphill battle
Schwarz: Could spring a surprise
McRae: The dynasty strengthens
Climent: Unremarkable and unfancied
Evans: Talent but no breaks
Rovanpera: Hoping to make his mark


All the stages from this weekend's British round of the World Rally Championship
Maps and stage details

British Rally Championship

INTERACTIVE GUIDE

Top teams and drivers



AUDIO/VIDEO AUDIO/VIDEO
Marcus GronholmRally ace
Gronholm on world title win

Sports Talk SPORTS TALK
Gronholm world champ
Was he a worthy winner?


Rallying's new world


Marcus Gronholm - on the verge of becoming world champion
Rally king in waiting


Richard Burns and Colin McRae
Battle to be best Brit


Richard BurnsBurning rubber
Images from the Rally of Great Britain
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