Fastest in 5 of the 6 stages, Eduardo Antunes / Hugo Bentes (Mitsubishi Lancer EVO VI) won the competition reserved for the South Rally Championship in the Casinos of the Algarve, leaving the João Martins / Pedro Conde team (Mitsubishi Lancer EVO VII) – who won the last special – to 1m10.2s in second place, both being matched to the podium by the pair Filipe Silva / Diogo Elias (Citroen Saxo) who spent more 1m21.7s than their predecessors, being the fastest among the competitors of the Two Driving Wheels.
Nuno Venâncio / André Barras (Mitsubishi Lancer EVO VII) finished the race in 4th place, spending 51.8 more than Filipe Silva, ahead of José Martins / Miguel Luz (Citroen Saxo) who closed the top five with more 1m30,9s than the pilot of Loulé.
In the 6th place to 34.0s of the 5th place, finished the team João Colaço / Ricardo Batista (Mitsubishi Lancer EVO IV), being preceded by the pair José Carlos Paté / Hermes Banza (BMW 325 IX) that spent more 1m00,2s than Colaço.
The return Luís Nascimento, navigated by Gonçalo Assunção at the helm the Opel Corsa 2.0 finished in 8th place, in front of the pair Luís Mota / Alexandre Ramos (Mitsubishi Lancer EVO IX).
In the closing stages of the top ten, the young Spanish rider Garcia Alonso, navigated by his mother, Eva Rodriguez, it is said that she was the one who drove the Peugeot 106 XSI on the links, because the son did not have a driving license and not be able to drive on the open road.