The Peugeot 206 has enjoyed great success at the World Rally Championship (WRC), winning the Manufacturers' Title three years in a row from 2000-2003. The most compact machine in the WRC, the Peugeot 206 has a powerful two-liter turbo engine, advanced electronic 4WD system and features optimum balance and maneuvering. Bozian Racing, Peugeot's main satellite team, has chosen the reliable 206 as its 2005 WRC machine. The No. 61 206 WRC of the 2005 opening race in Monte Carlo was driven by fan-favorite Didier Auriol, 1994 WRC Champion and triple Monte Carlo Rally winner.