Daniel Elena

1972-10-26 (age 48)


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Daniel Elena's protege Sebastien Chardonnet to drive Citroen WRC at home event

Eight-time World Rally champion co-driver Daniel Elena's protege Sebastien Chardonnet will drive a Citroen DS3 WRC on his home Rally de France round next month

Sebastien Loeb's co-driver Daniel Elena amazed by Ford's Portugal crashes

Sebastien Loeb's co-driver Daniel Elena has admitted he was amazed to see both factory Fords off the road during the second day of the Rally of Portugal

Daniel Elena says rule changes to the sport are what kept Sebastien Loeb from quitting

Seven-time world champion co-driver Daniel Elena says the changes to the regulations in the World Rally Championship have kept Sebastien Loeb in the sport

Q & A: Daniel Elena on Sebastien Loeb's decision to carry on rallying

Having already downloaded the Sebastien Loeb's thoughts on remaining with Citroen in the World Rally Championship for another two years, AUTOSPORT's David Evans sought out the opinion of the man closest to him - Daniel Elena

Loeb not dwelling on Elena error

Sebastien Loeb says that he and Daniel Elena have already put the co-driver's error behind them after failing to score points in Rally Japan

Elena thrilled to break record

Sebastien Loeb's co-driver Daniel Elena was overwhelmed after the pair's Rally Italia victory made him the most successful navigator in World Rally Championship history

SS8, Helena South II: Tie at the top

Carlos Sainz fought back from his suspension disaster on SS6 to front the running on the eighth stage of Rally Australia - but the Ford ace had to share the honours with championship hopeful Richard Burns, who set exactly the same time as the Spaniard

SS7, Helena North II: Nip and tuck

Marcus Gronholm took the lead of Rally Australia when the event first went through Helena North earlier on Friday morning, and as Leg 1 nears its conclusion, the Finn again took command as erstwhile leader Colin McRae fell back slightly

SS3, Helena South I: Peugeots on top

Reigning World Rally Champion Marcus Gronholm continued to set the pace down under by setting the second consecutive fastest stage time on SS3 of Rally Australia

SS2, Helena North I: Gronholm leads

After Thursday evening's Super Special in Langley Park, Rally Australia got underway for proper on Western Australia's gravel stages and it was last year's winner Marcus Gronholm who was on the pace, fastest through the 24.14km Helena North stage