References

1975European Champion Formula 2 with Jacques Laffite (Martini -BMW ) 
1976Champion France of the mountain category prototype with Marc Pozet .
1977Champion of France of the mountain category prototype with Freddy Roland .
1980Champion de France de la montagne, catégorie prototype, avec Freddy Roland.
1986Victory at the 24 Hours of Chamonix.
Champion of France Rally -Cross Coppier with Alain and Max Mamers (BMW 325i ) 
1987Winner Rally Monte Carlo, group N, with François Chauche .
Victory at the 24 Hours of Chamonix.
1988Winner of the Criterium Touring with Jean- Claude Basso .
1989European Champion mountain Andrés Vilariño ( Osella -BMW ) 
Champion of France Touring with Jean -Pierre Malcher (BMW) 
Victory at the 24 Hours of Chamonix
1990European Champion mountain Andrés Vilariño ( Osella -BMW ) 
Champion of France Touring with Jean -Pierre Malcher (BMW) 
Victory at the 24 Hours of Chamonix
1991 European Champion mountain Andrés Vilariño ( Osella -BMW ) 
1992Champion d'Europe de la montagne avec Andrés Vilariño (Osella-BMW).
European Champion mountain Andrés Vilariño ( Osella -BMW ) .
Vice Champion of Spain Touring with " Bepe " Bassas ( BMW M3) .
Winner of the 24 hours of Chamonix with Michel Ferté and Jean -Pierre Malcher on BMW M3.
1993European Champion of the mountain with Pancho Egozkue ( Osella -BMW ) .
Andros Trophy wins with Ballas Bertrand , Jean -Pierre Malcher , Yvan Muller and Marcel Tarrès .
1994European Champion Mountain 1994 Pancho Egozkue ( Osella -BMW ) .
Champion of France Touring with Laurent Aiello Peugeot 405 Mi 16.
Champion of France of the mountain with Christian Debias (Martini -BMW ) .
Andros Trophy wins with Yvan Muller and Marcel Tarrès .
1995winner of the Trophée Andros, 2l with Paul Belmondo, Jacques Laffite , Jean -Pierre and Christophe Vaison Malcher (Peugeot 306) .
Vice Champion of France Touring with Laurent Aiello Peugeot 405 Mi 16.
1996Champion of France rallies with Gilles Panizzi Peugeot 306 Maxi .
Second in the Rally Monte- Carlo with François Delecour Peugeot 306 Maxi .
1997German Champion Touring Car (STW) with Laurent Aiello Peugeot 406.
Champion of France Gilles Panizzi Rally for Peugeot 306 Maxi .
Rally Champion in Belgium, Italy , Portugal, and Switzerland Meeting (Peugeot 306 Maxi and Peugeot 306 S16, group A).
Vice Champion South American Touring Car with Juan Manuel Fangio Jr. Peugeot 406.
1998Champion South American Touring Car with Carlos Bueno Peugeot 406.
Rally Champion in Belgium, Spain , Italy, Portugal, Reunion , Switzerland (Peugeot 306 Maxi) .
Vice Champion of Germany Touring with Laurent Aiello Peugeot 406.
Second at the 24 Hours of Spa- Francorchamps with Anthony Beltoise , Frédéric Bouvy and Collard Manual Peugeot 306 Procar .
1999 Champion South American Touring Car with Carlos Bueno Peugeot 406.
Winner Rally Championship in Belgium, Spain, Italy, Portugal, Reunion , Switzerland (Peugeot 306 Maxi) .
Winner of the 24 Hours of Spa -Francorchamps with Frédéric Bouvy , Didier Defourny and Kurt Mollenkens Peugeot 306 Maxi .
2000World Rally Champion , as builder and title for Peugeot driver Marcus Grönholm Peugeot 206 WRC , winner of Rally Sweden, Finland, New Zealand and Australia.
Rally Champion in Belgium, Spain , Italy, Portugal, Reunion , Switzerland (Peugeot 306 Maxi) .
Gilles Panizzi victory at the Tour de Corse and San Remo Rally (Italy) Peugeot 206 WRC.
2001World Rally Champion , as manufacturer , Peugeot 206 WRC and winning the Rally Catalunya ( Didier Auriol ) , Finland, Great Britain (Marcus Gronhölm ) , San Remo (Gilles Panizzi ) and Sweden ( Harri Rovanperä ) , the second Rally of Kenya ( Harri Rovanperä ) and the Tour de Corse (Gilles Panizzi ) , third at Rally San Remo and the Tour de Corse ( Didier Auriol ) .
Spanish champion Luis Monzon Rally with Peugeot 206 WRC .
Portugal Rally Champion with Adruzilo Lopes Peugeot 206 WRC .
Vice champion of France with Pascal Enjolras Rally Peugeot 306 Maxi .
Vice champion of Rally Finland with Sebastian Lindholm Peugeot 206 WRC .
Vice rally champion Italy ( Renato Travaglia ) and Poland ( Krzysztof Holwczyc ), both on Peugeot 206 WRC.
Third and fourth places in the South American Championship 2000 TC for Emiliano Spataro and Carlos Bueno, both on Peugeot 306 TC 2000.
2002World Rally Champion for the third consecutive year with Peugeot 206 WRC.
Marcus Grönholm is crowned for the second time in his career .
Champion Rally Finland ( S.Lindholm ) and Portugal ( M.Campos ) both on 206 WRC .
2003 European Champion Rally with B.Thiry 206 WRC .
Champion Rally France ( A.Bengué ) and Finland ( S.Lindholm ), both of 206 WRC.
World Championship Rally Marcus Gronholm wins Rally of Sweden , New Zealand and Argentina. Gilles Panizzi won the Rally of Catalonia. Peugeot with the 206 WRC , finished second in the Constructors' World Championship .
2004 206 WRC motors powered by PIPO win championships Rally Finland ( S.Lindholm ) and Czech Republic ( S.Vojtek ) . Championship Rally Portugal was won by M.Campos Peugeot 206 SP 1600 .
For its first participation in the World Rally Championship , the 307 WRC won the Rally Finland in the hands of Marcus Grönholm . Peugeot finished fourth in the constructors' championship .
2005206 WRC pursue their career and won national championships Rally France ( N.Bernardi ), Hungary ( J.Toth ) and Réunion ( P.Ardouin ) . They also earn championships gravel rallies in France ( JM.Cuoq ) and Italy ( G.Grossi ) .
The championship was won by Portugal M.Campos (Peugeot 206 SP 1600) .
For his last appearance at the World Championship Rally Peugeot 307 WRC and the hands of Marcus Gronhölm win rallies Finland and Japan.
2006With his experience and success , PIPO Motors continues the adventure of the WRC. It is now with Ford but always with Marcus Gronhölm supported by Mikko Hirvonen as Pipo Moteurs conquered new title of world champion constructors 
2007Pipo Motors won his fifth title of world champion constructors WRC with the BP- Ford team.
2008 Wins the Focus WRC Sweden and Jordan and two doubles in Turkey and Japan.
2nd place driver and constructor championship for Hirvonen and Ford.
2009 Four wins Mikko Hirvonen with the Focus WRC Greece , Poland, Finland and Australia.
Hirvonen finish the driver championship in second place 1 point Sébastien Loeb.
2010PIPO Motors brand once again rally the world thanks to its new engine fitted to the Ford Fiesta S2000 .
Victory in Monte Carlo for his first outing with Mikko Hirvonen demonstrating the strength of this new car .
WRC Mikko Hirvonen wins Rally of Sweden and Jari- Matti Latvala wins in New Zealand and Finland.
2011First motor 1600 Turbo Petrol Direct Injection Engines produced by Pipo to equip the new Ford Fiesta WRC.
Fiesta WRC wins Rally 3 : Sweden and Australia with Mikko Hirvonen and Latvala England .
Hirvonen finished second driver championship points 8 Loeb.
2012Fiesta WRC wins Rally of Sweden and England with JM Latvala and Portugal with Mr. Ostberg .
2013WRC manufacturer's championship 3rd place with Ford Fiesta WRC
French Rally championship winner with Julien Maurin (Ford Fiesta WRC)
Rally US 2nd place with Ken Block
GRC championship 3rd place with Ken Block
2014

3 podiums including one 1st and 2nd place in Germany with Hyundai i20 WRC
French Rally championship winner with Julien Maurin (Ford Fiesta WRC)
GRC championship 2nd place with Ken Block
Sillverstone and Paul Ricard winner with Bentley Continental GT3
FIA WRX world champion with Petter SOLBERG

2015FIA WRX world champion with Petter SOLBERG
4 podiums with Hyundai i20 WRC
2016WRC manufacturer 2nd place with Hyundai i20 WRC
WRC driver 2nd place with Thierry NEUVILLE
GRC US 3rd place with Brian DEEGAN (Ganassi Racing)