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  Monday, 23 September, 2002, 03:59 GMT 04:59 UK
Panizzi rules San Remo
World Rally Championships

Gilles Panizzi races consistently to victory
Gilles Panizzi proves he is king of the tarmac even with an injured shoulder as he leads since stage two

Marcus Gronholm has a steady drive over the closing stages in his Peugeot
Finland's Marcus Gronholm comes home in second spot to retain a stranglehold on the Championship title race

Sweden's Petter Solberg races well for the Subaru Impreza team
Petter Solberg wins his battle with Richard Burns to steal third spot, his first podium finish on tarmac

Colin McRae during the eleventh stage of the rally
A problematic start hampers Britain's Colin McRae who finishes five minutes down in eighth place

French rally driver Gilles Panizzi (right) stands with co-driver brother Herve Panizzi
Panizzi shares a drink with his brother and co-driver Herve after perfect tactics steer them to victory

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