This was the final event of the 2014 season, and also the final event of Mikko Hirvonen's storied 12-year career as the Finn announced his retirement from the WRC prior to the rally, following that of Sébastien Loeb in 2013.
Double World Champion Sébastien Ogier won the event in his Volkswagen Polo R, as the soon-to-be-retiring Hirvonen finished second, receiving a podium in his WRC swansong and a third place finish from Mads Østberg. Jari-Matti Latvala suffered an off on stage 9, eliminating his hopes for a fourth victory of the season. Shakedown winner Andreas Mikkelsen suffered intercom problems, but not before crashing out on Stage 19.
|1||Sébastien Ogier||Julien Ingrassia||VW Polo R WRC||3:03:08.2|
|2||Mikko Hirvonen||Jarmo Lehtinen||Ford Fiesta RS WRC||+37.6|
|3||Mads Østberg||Jonas Andersson||Citroën DS3 WRC||+1:03.6|
|4||Thierry Neuville||Nicolas Gilsoul||Hyundai i20 WRC||+1:14.9|
|5||Elfyn Evans||Daniel Barritt||Ford Fiesta RS WRC||+1:24.3|
|6||Kris Meeke||Paul Nagle||Citroën DS3 WRC||+2:03.0|
|7||Ott Tanak||Raigo Mõlder||Ford Fiesta RS WRC||+2:29.7|
|8||Jari-Matti Latvala||Miikka Anttila||VW Polo R WRC||+2:47.9|
|9||Martin Prokop||Jan Tománek||Ford Fiesta RS WRC||+3:43.9|
|10||Hayden Paddon||John Kennard||Hyundai i20 WRC||+3:48.5|