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SPORT RALLYING
RTR11PQO 
January 26, 2003 
Scottish rally pilot Colin McRae drives his Citroen Xsara WRC through
the village of Lucerame, south... 
Lucerame, France 
SCOTTISH RALLY PILOT COLIN MCRAE DRIVES HIS CITROEN XSARA WRC DURING
MONTE CARLO RALLY. 
Scottish rally pilot Colin McRae drives his Citroen Xsara WRC through
the village of Lucerame, south of France, during the 71st Monte Carlo
rally January 26, 2003. McRae is currently in second place.
REUTERS/Eric Gaillard

EG/GB 
MCRAE
RTXLRQW 
January 25, 2003 
Scottish rally driver Colin McRae negotiates a corner with his Citroen Xsara WRC during the 8th special... 
Saint Antonin, France 
Scottish rally driver Colin McRae negotiates a corner with his Citroen Xsara WRC during the 8th spec..... 
Scottish rally driver Colin McRae negotiates a corner with his Citroen Xsara WRC during the 8th special stage of the 71st Monte Carlo rally in Saint Antonin, south of France January 25, 2003. McRae is currently in third place in the race. 
SPORT RALLYING
RTR11OFV 
January 25, 2003 
Scottish rally driver Colin McRae negotiates a corner with his Citroen
Xsara WRC during the 8th special... 
Saint Antonin, France 
SCOTTISH RALLY DRIVER COLIN MCRAE IN ACTION IN A CITROEN XSARA WRC
DURING MONTE CARLO RALLY. 
Scottish rally driver Colin McRae negotiates a corner with his Citroen
Xsara WRC during the 8th special stage of the 71st Monte Carlo rally in
Saint Antonin, south of France January 25, 2003. McRae is currently in
third place in the race. REUTERS/Eric Gaillard

EG/GB 
SPORT RALLYING
RTR11MUG 
January 23, 2003 
Scottish rally driver Colin McRae adjusts his helmet as he sits in his
Citroen Xsara prior a test session... 
Sospel, France 
SCOTTISH RALLY DRIVER MCRAE ADJUSTS HELMET PRIOR TO TEST SESSION IN
SOSPEL. 
Scottish rally driver Colin McRae adjusts his helmet as he sits in his
Citroen Xsara prior a test session (shakedown) for the 71st Monte Carlo
rally in Sospel, south of France, January 23, 2003. The Monte Carlo
Rally, first round of the world rallying championship, will start
January 24 to 26. REUTERS/Eric Gaillard

EG/AA 
SPORT RALLYING
RTR11MU0 
January 23, 2003 
Scottish rallying driver Colin McRae takes a bend in his Citroen Xsara
during a test session (shakedown)... 
Sospel, France 
SCOTTISH RALLYING DRIVER MCRAE PILOTS HIS CITROEN XSARA IN SOSPEL. 
Scottish rallying driver Colin McRae takes a bend in his Citroen Xsara
during a test session (shakedown) for the 71st Monte Carlo rally in
Sospel, south of France, January 23, 2003. The Monte Carlo Rally, first
round of the world rallying championship, will start January 24 to 26.
REUTERS/Eric Gaillard REUTERS

EG/AA 
SPORT RALLYING
RTR108U2 
November 17, 2002 
Britain's Colin McRae and co-driver Derek Ringer splash through water
in their Ford Focus during the... 
Cardiff, UK 
BRITAIN'S COLIN MCRAE SPLASHES THROUGH WATER IN HIS FORD FOCUS DURING
THE RALLY OF BRITAIN. 
Britain's Colin McRae and co-driver Derek Ringer splash through water
in their Ford Focus during the Margam stage of the Rally of Britain in
South Wales, November 17, 2002. Norway's Petter Solberg claimed his
maiden world championship victory on Sunday by winning the
season-ending Rally of Britain, coming home 24.4 seconds ahead of
Ford's Estonian Markko Martin after the pair battled for the lead
following the retirement of champion Finn Marcus Gronholm.
REUTERS/Darren Staples

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SPORT RALLYING
RTR108TX 
November 17, 2002 
Britain's Colin McRae and co-driver Derek Ringer splashes through water
in their Ford Focus during the... 
Cardiff, UK 
BRITAIN'S COLIN MCRAE SPLASHES THROUGH WATER IN HIS FORD FOCUS DURING
THE RALLY OF BRITAIN. 
Britain's Colin McRae and co-driver Derek Ringer splashes through water
in their Ford Focus during the Margam stage of the Rally of Britain in
South Wales, November 17, 2002. Norway's Petter Solberg claimed his
maiden world championship victory on Sunday by winning the
season-ending Rally of Britain, coming home 24.4 seconds ahead of
Ford's Estonian Markko Martin after the pair battled for the lead
following the retirement of champion Finn Marcus Gronholm.
REUTERS/Darren Staples

DS/CRB 
SPORT RALLY
RTR107QT 
November 16, 2002 
Britain's Colin McRae and co-driver Derek Ringer take off on the deers
leap in their Ford Focus during... 
Cardiff, UK 
BRITAIN'S COLIN MCRAE GETS AIRBORNE IN FORD FOCUS DURING NETWORK Q
RALLY OF GREAT BRITAIN IN WALES. 
Britain's Colin McRae and co-driver Derek Ringer take off on the deers
leap in their Ford Focus during the Halfway stage of the Network Q
Rally of Great Britain in South Wales, November 16, 2002.
REUTERS/Darren Staples

DS/ASA/CMC 
SPORT RALLY
RTR1076J 
November 16, 2002 
Britain's Colin McRae and co-driver Derek Ringer throw up stones in
their Ford Focus during the Resolfen... 
Cardiff, UK 
BRITAIN'S MCRAE THROWS UP STONES IN HIS FORD FOCUS IN NETWORK Q RALLY
OF GREAT BRITAIN IN WALES. 
Britain's Colin McRae and co-driver Derek Ringer throw up stones in
their Ford Focus during the Resolfen stage of the Network Q Rally of
Great Britain in South Wales, November 16, 2002. World champion
Finland's Marcus Gronholm set the fastest time in the first stage of
the rally on November 16. REUTERS/Darren Staples

DS/ASA/AA 
SPORT RALLY
RTR154UN 
November 15, 2002 
Britain's Colin McRae and co-driver Derek Ringer take to the air in
their Ford Focus during the Rheola... 
Cardiff, UK 
BRITAIN'S MCRAE TAKES TO THE AIR IN HIS FORD FOCUS DURING THE NETWORK Q
RALLY OF GREAT BRITAIN IN SOUTH... 
Britain's Colin McRae and co-driver Derek Ringer take to the air in
their Ford Focus during the Rheola stage of the Network Q Rally of
Great Britain in South Wales, November 15, 2002. The Rally of Great
Britain's place on next year's world championship could be in jeopardy
after spectator problems forced the cancellation of a stage on November
15. REUTERS/Darren Staples

DS/MD/AH 
SPORT RALLY
RTR106HF 
November 15, 2002 
BRITAIN'S COLIN MCRAE SPEEDS THROUGH A FOREST IN HIS FORD FOCUS DURING
THE NETWORK Q RALLY OF GREAT... 
Cardiff, UK 
BRITAIN'S COLIN MCRAE SPEEDS THROUGH A FOREST IN HIS FORD FOCUS DURING
THE NETWORK Q RALLY OF GREAT... 
BRITAIN'S COLIN MCRAE SPEEDS THROUGH A FOREST IN HIS FORD FOCUS DURING
THE NETWORK Q RALLY OF GREAT BRITAIN IN SOUTH WALES. 
SPORT RALLY
RTR106FG 
November 15, 2002 
BRITAIN'S COLIN MCRAE SLIDES AROUND LEFT BEND IN FORD FOCUS DURING THE
NETWORK Q RALLY OF GREAT BRITAIN... 
Cardiff, UK 
BRITAIN'S COLIN MCRAE SLIDES AROUND LEFT BEND IN FORD FOCUS DURING THE
NETWORK Q RALLY OF GREAT BRITAIN... 
BRITAIN'S COLIN MCRAE SLIDES AROUND LEFT BEND IN FORD FOCUS DURING THE
NETWORK Q RALLY OF GREAT BRITAIN IN SOUTH WALES. 
SPORT RALLYING
RTR1062I 
November 14, 2002 
Finland's World Champion Marcus Gronholm and co-driver Timo Rautiainen
slide into a right hand bend... 
Cardiff, UK 
FINLAND'S WORLD CHAMPION GRONHOLM SLIDES INTO BEND DURING RALLY OF
BRITAIN. 
Finland's World Champion Marcus Gronholm and co-driver Timo Rautiainen
slide into a right hand bend in their Peugeot 206 during the Network Q
Rally of Britain in Cardiff, November 14, 2002. Briatin's Colin McRae
was the third fastest around the 1.5 mile circuit in his Ford, with
Gronholm down in sixth place. REUTERS/Darren Staples

DS/MD/CRB 
SPORT RALLYING
RTR1062B 
November 14, 2002 
Britain's Colin McRae and co-driver Derek Ringer tackle a corner in
their Ford Focus during the Network... 
Cardiff, UK 
BRITAIN'S COLIN MCRAE TACKLES A CORNER IN HIS FORD FOCUS DURING RALLY
OF BRITAIN IN CARDIFF. 
Britain's Colin McRae and co-driver Derek Ringer tackle a corner in
their Ford Focus during the Network Q Rally of Britain in Cardiff,
November 14, 2002. McRae was the third fastest around the 1.5 mile
circuit in his Ford, with Finnish world champion Markus Gronholm down
in sixth place. REUTERS/Darren Staples

DS/MD/CRB 
NAI02D-JUL11-2002.jpg
RTRXI73 
July 14, 2002 
Briton Colin McRae (l) and his co-driver Nicky Grist pour champagne to
celebrate their win of Kenya's... 
Nairobi, Kenya 
BRITON COLIN MCRAE AND NICKY GRIST POUR CHAMPAGNE TO CELEBRATE VICTORY. 
Briton Colin McRae (l) and his co-driver Nicky Grist pour champagne to
celebrate their win of Kenya's Safari Rally July 14, 2002.The Ford
driver came home 2 minutes and 50.9 seconds ahead of Peugeots FinnHarri
Rovanpera to set a new record for world championship triumps, one ahead
of Carlos Sainz and Tommi Makinen REUTERS/George Mulala

GMM/cmc 
NAI02D-JUL11-2002.jpg
RTRXI6O 
July 14, 2002 
Briton Colin McRae (l) and his co-driver Nicky Grist salute cheering
crowds after winning Kenya's Safari... 
Nairobi, Kenya 
BRITON PILOT MCRAE AND CO-DRIVER GRIST SALUTE CROWDS. 
Briton Colin McRae (l) and his co-driver Nicky Grist salute cheering
crowds after winning Kenya's Safari Rally July 14, 2002.The Ford driver
came home 2 minutes and 50.9 seconds ahead of Peugeots FinnHarri
Rovanpera to set a new record for world championship triumps, one ahead
of Carlos Sainz and Tommi Makinen REUTERS/George Mulala

GMM/CMC 
SPORT RALLYING SAFARI
RTRXI1L 
July 14, 2002 
Gilles Panizzi and his co-driver Here Panizzi both from France with
their Peugeot drive out to finish... 
Kedong, Kenya 
GILLES PANIZZI FROM FINLAND DRIVES OUT TO FINISH FIRST SECTION OF
LAST-LEG IN KEDONG. 
Gilles Panizzi and his co-driver Here Panizzi both from France with
their Peugeot drive out to finish the first section of the last leg in
Kedong 91 Km from Nairobi in the Safari Rally July 14, 2002. Britons
Colin McRae is on course to score his second successive World Rally
Championship victory after opening a commanding lead in the penultimate
leg of the Safari Rally on Saturday. REUTERS/Antony Njuguna REUTERS

AN/FMS 
SPORT RALLYING KENYA
RTRXI1G 
July 14, 2002 
MARKKO MARTIN FROM ESTONIA LEAVES A CLOUD OF DUST IN THE FIRST SECTION
OF LAST LEG OF THE SAFARI RALLY... 
Kedong, Kenya 
MARKKO MARTIN FROM ESTONIA LEAVES A CLOUD OF DUST IN THE FIRST SECTION
OF LAST LEG OF THE SAFARI ...... 
MARKKO MARTIN FROM ESTONIA LEAVES A CLOUD OF DUST IN THE FIRST SECTION
OF LAST LEG OF THE SAFARI RALLY IN KEDONG.


Markko Martin from Estonia and his co-driver Michael Park from England
create a cloud of dust during the last-leg of the first section in
Kedong 91 Km from Nairobi in the Safari Rally July 14, 2002. Britons
Colin McRae is on course to score his second successive World Rally
Championship victory after opening a commanding lead in the penultimate
leg of the Safari Rally on Saturday. REUTERS/Antony Njuguna REUTERS 
SPORT RALLYING SAFARI
RTRXI1E 
July 14, 2002 
Thomas Radstrom from Sweden and his co-driver Denis Giraudet from
France drive their Citroen Xsara in... 
Kedong, Kenya 
THOMAS REDSTROM LEAVES A CLOUD OF DUST IN LEG THREE AT KEDONG DURING
LEG THREE OF THE SAFARI RALLY. 
Thomas Radstrom from Sweden and his co-driver Denis Giraudet from
France drive their Citroen Xsara in leg three of the Safari Rally in
Kedong 91 Km from Nairobi July 14, 2002. Britons Colin McRae is on
course to score his second successive World Rally Championship victory
after opening a commanding lead in the penultimate leg of the Safari
Rally on Saturday. REUTERS/Antony Njuguna REUTERS

AN/FMS 
SPORT RALLYING KENYA
RTRXI1A 
July 14, 2002 
Gilles Panizzi and his co-driver Here Panizzi both from France drive
their Peugeot out to finish the... 
Kedong, Kenya 
GILLES PANIZZI FROM FINLAND DRIVES OUT TO FINISH FIRST SECTION OF
LAST-LEG IN KEDONG. 
Gilles Panizzi and his co-driver Here Panizzi both from France drive
their Peugeot out to finish the first section of last-leg in Kedong 91
Km from Nairobi July 14, 2002. Britons Colin McRae is on course to
score his second successive World Rally Championship victory after
opening a commanding lead in the penultimate leg of the Safari Rally on
Saturday. REUTERS/Antony Njuguna REUTERS

AN/FMS 
SPORT RALLYING SAFARI
RTRXI14 
July 14, 2002 
Harri Rovanpera and his co-driver Risto Pietilainen both from Finland
drive their Peugeot WRC Car No,... 
Kedong, Kenya 
HARRI ROVANPERA FROM FINLAND DRIVES HIS PEUGEOT WITH ONE BLAST WHEEL IN
KEDONG. 
Harri Rovanpera and his co-driver Risto Pietilainen both from Finland
drive their Peugeot WRC Car No, 3 with one blast wheel during leg three
of the Safari Rally in Kedong 91 Km from Nairobi July 14, 2002. Britons
Colin McRae is on course to score his second successive World Rally
Championship victory after opening a commanding lead in the penultimate
leg of the Safari Rally on Saturday. REUTERS/Antony Njuguna REUTERS

AN/FMS 
SPORT RALLYING SAFARI
RTRXI10 
July 14, 2002 
Briton Colin Mcrae and his co-driver Nicky Gristt drive their Ford
Focus in Kedong 91 km from Nairobi... 
Kedong, Kenya 
MCRAE ON COURSE FOR SAFARI RALLY VICTORY. 
Briton Colin Mcrae and his co-driver Nicky Gristt drive their Ford
Focus in Kedong 91 km from Nairobi July 14, 2002. McRae is on course to
score his second successive World Rally Championship victory after
opening a commanding lead in the penultimate leg of the Safari Rally on
Saturday.

REUTERS/Antony Njuguna REUTERS 
SPORT RALLYING SAFARI
RTRXI0W 
July 14, 2002 
Briton Colin Mcrae and his co-driver Nicky Gristt drive their Ford
Focus in Kedong 91 km from Nairobi... 
Kedong, Kenya 
MCRAE ON COURSE FOR SAFARI RALLY VICTORY. 
Briton Colin Mcrae and his co-driver Nicky Gristt drive their Ford
Focus in Kedong 91 km from Nairobi July 14, 2002. McRae is on course to
score his second successive World Rally Championship victory after
opening a commanding lead in the penultimate leg of the Safari Rally on
Saturday.

REUTERS/Antony Njuguna REUTERS 
KENYA
RTXLEMV 
July 13, 2002 
Harri Rovanpera and his co-driver Risto Pietilainen from Finland take a rise on a dirt road in their... 
Ngema, Kenya 
Harri Rovanpera and his co-driver Risto Pietilainen from Finland take a rise on a dirt road in their..... 
Harri Rovanpera and his co-driver Risto Pietilainen from Finland take a rise on a dirt road in their Peugeot WRC Car 3 during leg two of the worlds toughest rally in Ngema 79km from Nairobi July 13, 2002. [Briton Colin McRae is on course to score his second successive World Rally Championship victory after opening a commanding lead in the penultimate leg of the Safari Rally on Saturday.] 
KENYA
RTXLEMU 
July 13, 2002 
Markko Martin from Estonia and his co-driver Michael Park from England in Car 6, Ford Focus RS, cover... 
Ngema, Kenya 
Markko Martin from Estonia and his co-driver Michael Park from England in Car 6, Ford Focus RS, cove..... 
Markko Martin from Estonia and his co-driver Michael Park from England in Car 6, Ford Focus RS, cover spectators in dust during leg two of the world's toughest rally in Ngema 79km from Nairobi July 13, 2002. [Briton Colin McRae is on course to score his second successive World Rally Championship victory after opening a commanding lead in the penultimate leg of the Safari Rally on Saturday.] 
KENYA RALLY
RTRXHSH 
July 13, 2002 
Harri Rovanpera and his co-driver Risto Pietilainen from Finland take a
rise on a dirt road in their... 
Ngema, Kenya 
HARRI ROVANPERA FROM FINLAND TAKES A RISE IN HIS PEUGEOT AT NGEMA IN
LEG TWO OF THE SAFARI RALLY. 
Harri Rovanpera and his co-driver Risto Pietilainen from Finland take a
rise on a dirt road in their Peugeot WRC Car 3 during leg two of the
worlds toughest rally in Ngema 79km from Nairobi July 13, 2002. Briton
Colin McRae is on course to score his second successive World Rally
Championship victory after opening a commanding lead in the penultimate
leg of the Safari Rally on Saturday. REUTERS/Antony Njuguna

AN/WS 
KENYA RALLY
RTRXHS4 
July 13, 2002 
Markko Martin from Estonia and his co-driver Michael Park from England
in Car 6, Ford Focus RS, cover... 
Ngema, Kenya 
MARKKO MARTIN FROM ESTONIA COVER SPECTATORS IN DUST DURING LEG TWO OF
THE SAFARI RALLY IN NGEMA. 
Markko Martin from Estonia and his co-driver Michael Park from England
in Car 6, Ford Focus RS, cover spectators in dust during leg two of the
world's toughest rally in Ngema 79km from Nairobi July 13, 2002. Briton
Colin McRae is on course to score his second successive World Rally
Championship victory after opening a commanding lead in the penultimate
leg of the Safari Rally on Saturday. REUTERS/Antony Njuguna

AN/WS 
KENYA RALLY
RTRXHS2 
July 13, 2002 
Juha Kankkunen and his co-driver Juha Repo both from Finland in Car 19
Hyundai Accent WRC3, are cheered... 
Ngema, Kenya 
JUHA KANKKUNEN FROM FINLAND ARE CHEERED ON BY A CROWD DURING LEG TWO OF
THE SAFARI RALLY IN NGEMA. 
Juha Kankkunen and his co-driver Juha Repo both from Finland in Car 19
Hyundai Accent WRC3, are cheered on by a crowd during leg two of the
worlds toughest rally in Ngema 79 km from Nairobi July 13, 2002. Briton
Colin McRae is on course to score his second successive World Rally
Championship victory after opening a commanding lead in the penultimate
leg of the Safari Rally on Saturday. REUTERS/Antony Njuguna

AN/WS 
KENYA RALLY
RTRXHRR 
July 13, 2002 
Harri Rovanpera and his co-driver Risto Pietilainen both from Finland
drive their Peugeot WRC to leave... 
Ngema, Kenya 
HARRI ROVANPERA FROM FINLAND LEAVES A CLOUD OF DUST IN HIS PEUGEOT AT
NGEMA IN LEG TWO OF THE SAFARI... 
Harri Rovanpera and his co-driver Risto Pietilainen both from Finland
drive their Peugeot WRC to leave a cloud of dust during leg two of the
world's toughest rally in Ngema 79 km from Nairobi July 13, 2002.
Briton Colin McRae is on course to score his second successive World
Rally Championship victory after opening a commanding lead in the
penultimate leg of the Safari Rally on Saturday. REUTERS/Antony
Njuguna

AN/WS 
KENYA RALLY
RTRXHRN 
July 13, 2002 
HARRI ROVANPERA FROM FINLAND LEAVES A CLOUD OF DUST IN HIS PEUGEOT AT
NTULELE IN LEG TWO OF THE SAFARI... 
Ngema, Kenya 
HARRI ROVANPERA FROM FINLAND LEAVES A CLOUD OF DUST IN HIS PEUGEOT AT
NTULELE IN LEG TWO OF THE ... 
HARRI ROVANPERA FROM FINLAND LEAVES A CLOUD OF DUST IN HIS PEUGEOT AT
NTULELE IN LEG TWO OF THE SAFARI RALLY.


Harri Rovanpera and his co-driver Risto Pietilainen both from Finland
in their Peugeot WRC Car create a dust storm on a dirt road during leg
two of the world's toughest rally in Ngema 79 Km from Nairobi July 13,
2002. Briton Colin McRae is on course to score his second successive
World Rally Championship victory after opening a commanding lead in the
penultimate leg of the Safari Rally on Saturday. REUTERS/Antony
Njuguna 
SPORT RALLY SAFARI
RTRXHRJ 
July 13, 2002 
Briton Colin Mcrae and his co-driver Nicky Gristt leave a cloud of dust
as they speed in their Ford... 
Ngema, Kenya 
COLIN MCRAE IN HIS FORD FOCUS LEAVES A CLOUD OF DUST DURING LEG TWO OF
THE SAFARI RALLY IN NGEMA. 
Briton Colin Mcrae and his co-driver Nicky Gristt leave a cloud of dust
as they speed in their Ford Focus RS WRC Car in the world's toughest
rally in Ngema 79 km from Nairobi July 13, 2002. McRae is on course to
score his second successive World Rally Championship victory after
opening a commanding lead in the penultimate leg of the Safari Rally on
Saturday. REUTERS/Antony Njuguna

AN/WS 
SPORT RALLYING SAFARI
RTRXHJW 
July 13, 2002 
Briton Colin McRae and his co-driver Nicky Gristt drive in the Safari
Rally in Ntulele, Kenya July 13,... 
Ntulele, Kenya 
COLIN MCRAE TAKES LEAD AFTER SECOND LEG OF THE SAFARI RALLY IN NTULELE. 
Briton Colin McRae and his co-driver Nicky Gristt drive in the Safari
Rally in Ntulele, Kenya July 13, 2002. McRae moved into the lead of the
Safari Rally on Saturday after rival FinnTommi Makinen ran into trouble
on the opening stage of the day.

REUTERS/Antony Njuguna REUTERS 
SPORT RALLYING SAFARI
RTRXHJ5 
July 13, 2002 
Kenneth Eriksson and his co-driver Tina Thorner both from Sweden fly in
the air during leg two in their... 
Ntulele, Kenya 
KENNETH ERIKSSON FROM SWEDEN IS AIR BONE IN NTULELE ON LEG TWO OF THE
SAFARI RALLY. 
Kenneth Eriksson and his co-driver Tina Thorner both from Sweden fly in
the air during leg two in their Skoda Octavia WRC Car No, 14 in the
Worlds Toughest Rally in Ntulele, Kenya July 13, 2002. Briton Colin
McRae moved into the lead of the Safari Rally on Saturday after rival
Finn Tommi Makinen ran into trouble on the opening stage of the day.

REUTERS/Antony Njuguna REUTERS 
SPORT RALLYING SAFARI
RTRXHJ2 
July 13, 2002 
Four-times world champion Tommi Makinen and last year's Safari rally
winner and his co-driver Kaj Lindstrom... 
Ntulele, Kenya 
FOUR TIMES WORLD TOMMI MAKINEN FROM FINLAND CREATES A CLOUD OF DUST IN
HIS SUBARU IMPREZA. 
Four-times world champion Tommi Makinen and last year's Safari rally
winner and his co-driver Kaj Lindstrom both from Finland create a cloud
of dust in their Subaru Impreza WRC Car No, 10 during leg two of the
Safari Rally in Ntulele, Kenya July 13, 2002. Briton Colin McRae moved
into the lead of the Safari Rally on Saturday after rival Finn Makinen
ran into trouble on the opening stage of the day.

REUTERS/Antony Njuguna REUTERS 
SPORT RALLYING SAFARI
RTRXHIY 
July 13, 2002 
HARRI ROVANPERA FROM FINLAND CREATES A CLOUD OF DUST IN HIS PEUGEOT AT
NTULELE IN LEG TWO OF THE SAFARI... 
Ntulele, Kenya 
HARRI ROVANPERA FROM FINLAND CREATES A CLOUD OF DUST IN HIS PEUGEOT AT
NTULELE IN LEG TWO OF THE ...... 
HARRI ROVANPERA FROM FINLAND CREATES A CLOUD OF DUST IN HIS PEUGEOT AT
NTULELE IN LEG TWO OF THE SAFARI RALLY.


Finnish Peugeot driver Harri Rovanpera and his co-driver Risto
Pietilainen leave a cloud of dust behind them during the second leg two
of the Safari Rally in Kenya July 13, 2002. Briton Colin McRae moved
into the lead of the Safari Rally on Saturday after rival Finn Tommi
Makinen ran into trouble on the opening stage of the day. 
KENYA RALLY
RTRXH98 
July 12, 2002 
Colin Mcrae and his Co-driver Nicky Grist in their Ford Focus RS WRC
Car No.5 both from Britain speeds... 
Kerrerie, Kenya 
COLIN MCRAE FROM ENGLAND SPEEDS THROUGH A STREAM DURING THE FIRST LEG
OF THE SAFARI RALLY IN KENYA. 
Colin Mcrae and his Co-driver Nicky Grist in their Ford Focus RS WRC
Car No.5 both from Britain speeds through a stream during the first leg
of the World's Toughest Rally in Kerrerie 150 Km from Nairobi July 12,
2002.The Safari Rally is the longest and most demanding of the 14
rallies on the calender with 1,010.80 kilometres of competitive stages,
three times longer than a traditional European rally. REUTERS/Antony
Njuguna

AN/AH 
SPORT RALLY
RTRXGRC 
July 11, 2002 
The Earl of Wessex Prince Edward waves a Kenyan flag to start off
British rally driver Colin MCrae and... 
Nairobi, Kenya 
THE EARL OF WESSEX PRINCE EDWARD STARTS SAFARI RALLY. 
The Earl of Wessex Prince Edward waves a Kenyan flag to start off
British rally driver Colin MCrae and Nicky Grist in their Ford Focus RS
in Nairobi July 11, 2002. The Safari Rally is the longest and most
demanding of the 14 rallies on the calender with 1,010.80 kilometres of
competetive stages three times longer than a traditional European
rally. REUTERS/George Mulala

GMM/CLH/ 
SPORT RALLY
RTRWUBC 
June 16, 2002 
British Colin McRae leads the race with his Ford focus RS WRC with
co-driver Nicky Grist, in the Karoutes... 
Itea, Greece 
BRIT MCRAE LEADS RACE WITH FORD FOCUS RS IN 49TH ACROPOLIS RALLY. 
British Colin McRae leads the race with his Ford focus RS WRC with
co-driver Nicky Grist, in the Karoutes special stage during the third
leg of the 49th Acropolis rally, June 16, 2002. McRae won the Acropolis
Rally for the third year in succession on Sunday to score his first
victory of the season. REUTERS/Icon

GS/FMS/CRB 
SPORT RALLYING
RTRWUB7 
June 16, 2002 
Spain's Carlos Sainz drives his Ford focus RS WRC with his co-driver
Luis Moya to third place, during... 
Itea, Greece 
SAINZ OF SPAIN DRIVES FORD FOCUS TO THIRD PLACE DURING 49TH ACROPOLIS
RALLY. 
Spain's Carlos Sainz drives his Ford focus RS WRC with his co-driver
Luis Moya to third place, during the third leg of the 49th Acropolis
rally, June 16, 2002. Briton Colin McRae won the Acropolis Rally for
the third year in succession on Sunday to score his first victory of
the season. REUTERS/Icon

GS/CRB 
SPORT RALLYING ACROPOLIS
RTRWSPD 
June 15, 2002 
Britain's Colin McRae lands his Ford focus RS WRC with co-driver Nicky
Grist during the second leg of... 
Athens, Greece 
BRITON MCRAE DRIVES FORD FOCUS RS DURING 49TH ACROPOLIS RALLY. 
Britain's Colin McRae lands his Ford focus RS WRC with co-driver Nicky
Grist during the second leg of the 49th Acropolis rally, June 15, 2002.
Scot Colin McRae shot to the top of the leaderboard in the Acropolis
Rally after early leader Estonian Markko Martin was troubled by
punctures in the opening stages of leg two on Saturday. REUTERS/Icon

GS/CRB 
SPORT RALLY
RTRWRDW 
June 14, 2002 
British Colin McRae takes a tight turn with his Ford focus RS WRC with
co-driver Nicky Grist on a rough... 
Athens, Greece 
BRITISH MCRAE TAKES TIGHT TURN WITH FORD FOCUS RS IN 49TH ACROPOLIS
RALLY. 
British Colin McRae takes a tight turn with his Ford focus RS WRC with
co-driver Nicky Grist on a rough special stage during the first leg of
the 49th Acropolis rally, June 14, 2002. The 49th Acropolis rally will
end at Itea, central Greece, on June 16 after a total race distance in
three legs of 1,197 kilometres, with 89 cars participating in the race.
REUTERS/Icon

GS/CMC 
SPORT RALLYING CATALUNYA
RTRU5TV 
March 24, 2002 
British Rally driver Colin McRae waves on the podium ater gaining a
point for finishing in sixth place... 
Loret De Mar, Spain 
BRITISH RALLY DRIVER COLIN MCRAE WAVES ON THE PODIUM AFTER RALLY OF
CATALUNYA. 
British Rally driver Colin McRae waves on the podium ater gaining a
point for finishing in sixth place in the Rally of Catalunya, in Lloret
de Mar, March 24, 2002. McRae's well-earned point was just reward for
the pain he sustained while driving with heavily-strapped fingers
following

his crash in Corsica. Frenchman Gilles Panizzi safely came through the
final leg of the rally on Sunday to win his second World Rally event in
as many weeks for Peugeot. REUTERS/Gustau Nacarino 
RALLY
RTXL5MH 
March 23, 2002 
British rally driver Colin McRae and his co-driver Nicky Grist take a curve during the first leg third... 
Tarragona, Spain 
British rally driver Colin McRae and his co-driver Nicky Grist take a curve during the first leg thi..... 
British rally driver Colin McRae and his co-driver Nicky Grist take a curve during the first leg third stage in Les Lloses (21.80Km) during the Rally of Catalunya, March 23, 2002. [Frenchman Gilles Panizzi maintained his 100 per cent stage-winning record Saturday, extending his lead over Peugeot team mate Richiard Burns after nine runs.] 
SPORT RALLY CATALUNYA
RTRU4B7 
March 23, 2002 
British Rally driver Colin McRae stands by his Ford Focus car during
regrouping service in the Rally... 
Tarragona, Spain 
BRITISH RALLY DRIVER COLIN MCRAE IN THE SECOND SERVICE DURING THE
SECOND DAY OF RALLY CATALUNYA. 
British Rally driver Colin McRae stands by his Ford Focus car during
regrouping service in the Rally of Catalunya, March 23, 2002. The
former world champion McRae broke the little finger on his left hand
after crashing out of the Corsica Rally and he would consider having
the troublesome digit amputated in order for him to take the wheel and
to keep his championship hopes alive. REUTERS/Gustau Nacarino

GN 
SPORT RALLY CATALUNYA
RTRU41O 
March 23, 2002 
British rally driver Colin McRae and his co-driver Nicky Grist take a
curve during the first leg third... 
Tarragona, Spain 
BRITISH RALLY DRIVER COLIN MCRAE IN ACTION DURING THE SECOND DAY OF
RALLY CATALUNYA. 
British rally driver Colin McRae and his co-driver Nicky Grist take a
curve during the first leg third stage in Les Lloses (21.80Km) during
the Rally of Catalunya, March 23, 2002. Frenchman Gilles Panizzi
maintained his 100 per cent stage-winning record Saturday, extending
his lead over Peugeot team mate Richiard Burns after nine runs.
REUTERS/Gustau Nacarino

GN 
SPORT RALLY CATALUNYA
RTRU2U7 
March 22, 2002 
British rally driver Colin McRae (front) craddles his injured hand as
he arrives with his co-driver... 
Tarragona, Spain 
BRITISH RALLY DRIVER MCRAE SITS IN HIS FORD DURING RALLY OF CATALUNYA. 
British rally driver Colin McRae (front) craddles his injured hand as
he arrives with his co-driver Nicky Grist, after the first leg second
stage of the Rally of Catalunya, in Tarragona, March 22, 2002. Former
world champion McRae is considering having his broken finger amputated
should the problem threaten his title aspirations. He broke the little
finger on his left hand after crashing out of the Rally of Corsica
earlier this month. REUTERS/Gustau Nacarino

GN/CRB 
SPORT RALLY CATALUNYA
RTRU2TQ 
March 22, 2002 
British Rally driver Colin McRae (L) and Ford's team medic Simon Morris
inspect McRae's hand after the... 
Tarragona, Spain 
BRITISH RALLY DRIVER MCRAE AND MEDIC INSPECT MCRAE'S HAND. 
British Rally driver Colin McRae (L) and Ford's team medic Simon Morris
inspect McRae's hand after the first leg second stage of the Rally of
Catalunya, in Tarragona, March 22, 2002. Former world champion McRae is
considering having his broken finger amputated should the problem
threaten his title aspirations. He broke the little finger on his left
hand after crashing out of the Rally of Corsica earlier this month.
REUTERS/Gustau Nacarino

GN/CRB 
SPORT RALLY CATALUNYA
RTRU2TK 
March 22, 2002 
British Rally driver Colin McRaE and his co-driver Nicky Grist take a
curve during the 27.65km first... 
Tarragona, Spain 
BRITISH RALLY DRIVER COLIN MCRAE IN ACTION DURING THE FIRST DAY OF
RALLY OF CATALUNYA. 
British Rally driver Colin McRaE and his co-driver Nicky Grist take a
curve during the 27.65km first leg second stage in Pratdip during the
Rally of Catalunya, Tarragona March 22, 2002. The first stage of the
rally was cancelled as a safety measure due to the excessiveammont of
spectators at the final part of the stage viewing the race.
REUTERS/Gustau Nacarino

GN/AA 
SPORT RALLYING
RTRRTOB 
January 19, 2002 
COLIN McRAE OF GREAT BRITAIN TAKES A BEND WITH HIS SUBARU DURING THE
6TH SPECIAL STAGE OF THE MONTE... 
Villars Sur Var, France 
COLIN McRAE OF GREAT BRITAIN TAKES A BEND WITH HIS SUBARU DURING THE
6TH SPECIAL STAGE OF THE MONTE... 
COLIN McRAE OF GREAT BRITAIN TAKES A BEND WITH HIS SUBARU DURING THE
6TH SPECIAL STAGE OF THE MONTE CARLO RALLY IN SOSPEL.


Colin Mc Rae of Great Britain takes a bend with his Ford Focus RS WRC
02 during the 6th special stage of the Monte Carlo rally in Villars sur
Var (south of France) January 19, 2002. The Monte Carlo Rally is the
first leg of the 2002 rallying world championship. 
SPORT RALLYING
RTRRSY5 
January 18, 2002 
COLIN MCRAE OF GREAT BRITAIN DRIVES HIS FORD FOCUS WRC 02 DURING THE
FOURTH STAGE OF THE MONTE CARLO... 
Sisteron, France 
COLIN MCRAE OF GREAT BRITAIN DRIVES HIS FORD FOCUS WRC 02 DURING THE
FOURTH STAGE OF THE MONTE CARLO... 
COLIN MCRAE OF GREAT BRITAIN DRIVES HIS FORD FOCUS WRC 02 DURING THE
FOURTH STAGE OF THE MONTE CARLO RALLY.


Colin McRae and his co-driver Nicky Grist of Great Britain drive their
Ford Focus WRC 02 past spectators during the 36.73 km fourth special
stage of the World Championship Monte Carlo rally between Sisteron and
Thuard, January 18, 2002. Sebastien Loeb of France leads the race. The
three-day Monte Carlo rally ends on Sunday. REUTERS/Jean-Paul
Pelissier 
McRAE
RTXL06L 
January 17, 2002 
Scotland's Colin McRae adjusts his safety belt in his Ford Focus RS WRC 02 prior the shakedown of the... 
Sospel, France 
Scotland's Colin McRae adjusts his safety belt in his Ford Focus RS WRC 02 prior the shakedown of th..... 
Scotland's Colin McRae adjusts his safety belt in his Ford Focus RS WRC 02 prior the shakedown of the Monte Carlo rally in Sospel, southern France, January 17, 2002. [The Monte Carlo Rally, which starts January 18, is the first leg of the 2002 rallying world championship.] 
SPORT RALLYING
RTRRRSY 
January 17, 2002 
SCOTLAND'S COLIN MCRAE TAKES A CURVE DURING THE SHAKEDOWN PRACTISE
SESSION OF THE MONTE CARLO RALLY... 
Sospel, France 
SCOTLAND'S COLIN MCRAE TAKES A CURVE DURING THE SHAKEDOWN PRACTISE
SESSION OF THE MONTE CARLO RALLY... 
SCOTLAND'S COLIN MCRAE TAKES A CURVE DURING THE SHAKEDOWN PRACTISE
SESSION OF THE MONTE CARLO RALLY IN SOSPEL.


Scotland's Colin McRae takes a curve with his Ford Focus RS WRC 02
during the shakedown practise session of the Monte Carlo rally in
Sospel, southern France, January 17, 2002. The Monte Carlo Rally, which
starts January 18, is the first leg of the 2002 rallying world
championship. REUTERS/Eric Gaillard 
SPORT RALLYING
RTRRRRP 
January 17, 2002 
Scotland's Colin McRae adjusts his safety belt in his Ford Focus RS WRC
02 prior to the shakedown (training... 
Sospel, France 
SCOTLAND'S COLIN MCRAE ADJUSTS HIS SAFETY BELT PRIOR THE SHAKEDOWN OF
THE MONTE CARLO RALLY IN SOSPEL.... 
Scotland's Colin McRae adjusts his safety belt in his Ford Focus RS WRC
02 prior to the shakedown (training session) of the Monte Carlo rally
in Sospel, southern France, January 17, 2002. The Monte Carlo Rally,
which starts January 18, is the first leg of the 2002 rallying world
championship. REUTERS/Eric Gaillard

EG/JES/ 
SPORT RALLY
RTR14W03 
November 23, 2001 
Finland's Marcus Gronholm makes the final checks to his Peugeot 206 WRC
in the service area before stage... 
Cardiff, UK 
FINLAND'S MARCUS GRONHOLM MAKES HIS FINAL CHECKS BEFORE STAGE SEVEN OF
THE RALLY OF GREAT BRITAIN IN... 
Finland's Marcus Gronholm makes the final checks to his Peugeot 206 WRC
in the service area before stage seven of the Rally of Great Britain in
Wales, November 23, 2001. Contenders Great Britain's Colin McRae and
Finland's Tommi Makinen were out of the rally after stage three.
REUTERS/Ian Hodgson

IH/ASA 
SPORT RALLY
RTR14VZZ 
November 23, 2001 
GREAT BRITAIN'S RICHARD BURNS WAITS IN THE SERVICE AREA BEFORE STAGE
SEVEN OF THE RALLY OF GREAT BRITAIN... 
Cardiff, UK 
GREAT BRITAIN'S RICHARD BURNS WAITS IN THE SERVICE AREA BEFORE STAGE
SEVEN OF THE RALLY OF GREAT BRITAIN... 
GREAT BRITAIN'S RICHARD BURNS WAITS IN THE SERVICE AREA BEFORE STAGE
SEVEN OF THE RALLY OF GREAT BRITAIN IN WALES.


Great Britain's Richard Burns waits in the service area while final
checks are made on his Subaru Impreza WRC before stage seven of the
Rally of Great Britain in Wales, November 23, 2001. Contenders Great
Britain's Colin McRae and Finland's Tommi Makinen were out of the rally
after stage three. REUTERS/Ian Hodgson 
SPORT RALLY
RTR14VZS 
November 23, 2001 
Didier Auriol of France, driving a Peugeot 206 WRC, makes his final
check in the service area before... 
Cardiff, UK 
DIDIER AURIOL OF FRANCE MAKES HIS FINAL CHECK BEFORE STAGE SEVEN OF
RALLY OF GREAT BRITAIN. 
Didier Auriol of France, driving a Peugeot 206 WRC, makes his final
check in the service area before stage seven of the Rally of Great
Britain in Wales, November 23, 2001. Contenders Great Britain's Colin
McRae and Finland's Tommi Makinen were out of the rally after stage
three. REUTERS/Ian Hodgson

IH/ASA 
SPORT RALLY
RTR14VZL 
November 23, 2001 
Finland's Marcus Gronholm (R), with co-driver Timo Rautainen, drives in
a Peugeot 206 WRC round the... 
Cardiff, UK 
FINLAND'S MARCUS GRONHOLM DRIVES ROUND THE RHONDDA STAGE OF THE RALLY
OF GREAT BRITAIN IN WALES. 
Finland's Marcus Gronholm (R), with co-driver Timo Rautainen, drives in
a Peugeot 206 WRC round the Rhondda stage of the Rally of Great Britain
in Wales, November 23, 2001. Contenders Great Britain's Colin McRae and
Finland's Tommi Makinen are out of the rally after stage three.
REUTERS/Ian Hodgson

IH/ASA 
SPORT RALLY
RTR14VZK 
November 23, 2001 
France's Didier Auriol (R) with co-driver Denis Giraudet drives round
the Rhondda stage of the Rally... 
Cardiff, UK 
FRANCE'S DIDIER AURIOL DRIVES ROUND THE RHONDDA STAGE OF THE RALLY OF
GREAT BRITAIN IN WALES. 
France's Didier Auriol (R) with co-driver Denis Giraudet drives round
the Rhondda stage of the Rally of Great Britain in Wales, November 23,
2001. Contenders Great Britain's Colin McRae and Finland's Tommi
Makinen are out of the rally after stage three. REUTERS/Ian Hodgson

IH/ASA 
SPORT RALLY
RTR14VYQ 
November 23, 2001 
British Subaru driver Richard Burns speeds through the Rhondda stage of
the Rally of Great Britain,... 
Cardiff, UK 
BRITISH SUBARU DRIVER RICHARD BURNS DRIVES ROUND THE RHONDDA STAGE OF
THE RALLY OF GREAT BRITAIN IN... 
British Subaru driver Richard Burns speeds through the Rhondda stage of
the Rally of Great Britain, in Wales November 23, 2001. Britain's Colin
McRae and Finland's Tommi Makinen are out of the rally after stage 3.
REUTERS/Ian Hodgson

IH 
SPORT MOTOR RACING RALLY
RTR14VYP 
November 23, 2001 
British Subaru driver Richard Burns and co driver Robert Reid speed
through the Rhondda stage of the... 
Cardiff, UK 
BRITISH SUBARU DRIVER RICHARD BURNS SPEEDS THROUGH THE RHONDDA STAGE OF
THE RALLY OF GREAT BRITAIN IN... 
British Subaru driver Richard Burns and co driver Robert Reid speed
through the Rhondda stage of the Rally of Great Britain, in Wales
November 23, 2001. Britain's Colin McRae and Finland's Tommi Makinen
are out of the rally after stage 3. REUTERS/Ian Hodgson

IH/CRB 
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