Monday | 05 Nov 2018

ANONIMO Timing Feat Award

The latest accolade that needs your vote ahead of the WRC Gala Night in Sydney later this month is the ANONIMO Timing Feat Award that focuses on successes decided by split-second timing.

We’ve selected four breath-taking moments from the 2018 season that were dramatically influenced by time and we’ve put them into the compilation video below. All you need to do is choose your favourite and vote.

The nominees are:

Thierry Neuville’s last-gasp victory in Sardinia
The Hyundai driver was eating into Sébastien Ogier’s lead throughout Sunday and went into the Live TV Power Stage just 0.8sec behind the M-Sport Ford driver. He was 1.4sec quicker than Ogier through the final stage – securing victory by just 0.7sec!

Kalle Rovanperä’s Dayinsure Wales Rally GB triumph
The Finn celebrated his 18th birthday in the week leading up to the Welsh test and handed himself the perfect present by dominating the WRC 2 class. The Skoda Motorsport driver won 15 of 23 stages and his winning time was 1min 34.2sec better than his rivals could muster.

Mads Østberg’s Finnish podium
Østberg secured his best result of the season with second in Finland. Setting the fastest time in the two tests that preceded the Live TV Power Stage, Jari-Matti Latvala closed to within 2.5sec of Ostberg. But the Norwegian’s response was swift and firm in the final stage as he closed the door on Latvala’s advances by edging the Toyota driver's time by just 0.2sec.

Latvala’s Welsh Power Stage win
The Toyota driver said he’d take his hat off to Ogier if the Frenchman could beat his time through the Gwydir Live TV Power Stage at Rally GB. But no one came close to besting Latvala’s stage-winning time as he snatched the rally lead away from the reigning champion by turning a 1.7sec deficit into a 3.6sec advantage.

Cast your vote and you will also be entered into a competition to win an ANONIMO watch

The winner of the ANONIMO Timing Feat Award will be announced during the dazzling gala, which follows the final round at Kennards Hire Rally Australia (15 - 18 November).

More than 250 guests, including drivers, co-drivers, team bosses, senior officials, city personalities and government representatives will celebrate at Sydney’s Museum of Contemporary Art, across the water from the famous Opera House, on Monday 19 November.

While casting your vote, you will also be entered into our fantastic competition to win a stunning ANONIMO Militare WRC Special Edition watch, worth 4500 euros.

Featuring the instantly recognisable black and green colours of the WRC, the attractive design continues the spirit of the Militare collection’s eye-catching timepieces.

In addition, you will also be in with a chance of winning one of three fantastic annual subscriptions to our WRC+ All Live interactive digital service, worth 89.99 euros.

The lucky winners won’t miss a minute of the 2019 WRC, with coverage of every special stage from all 14 rounds, expert analysis from the WRC TV studio, interviews and reactions from across the service park, on-demand highlights programmes, live timing, exclusive onboard videos and much more.

Three more gala winners will be decided by fan votes here on so don’t forget to check daily for the latest. Voting closes for all categories on 12 November.

Coming up tomorrow: OneBet Jump of the Year

1. All votes and WRC+ competition entries must be received by 22.00hrs CET on Monday 12 November 2018.
2. No more than one entry per person per voting category.
3. Competition entries will be entered into a draw that will take place on Thursday 15 November 2018.
4. The winners will be notified by email following this date.
5. Entry excludes employees of WRC Promoter GmbH, members of their families, their agents and anyone connected with the competition.
6. The prize is non-transferable and must be accepted as offered.
7. There are no cash alternatives or cash substitutes for the prize.
8. Any personal data collected as part of this competition will be used only for notifying the winner and delivering the prize.
9. By entering the competition, all participants will be deemed to have accepted and be bound by these terms and conditions.

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