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Landa goes 4 it in ERC Junior

Fri, 06/05/2020 - 06:00

Nikolai Landa will upgrade his existing Fiesta to the Rally4-specification version when he makes his debut in the Pirelli-supported FIA ERC3 Junior Championship this season.

Landa, 21, appeared on ERC The Stage, the internet talk from European championship promoter Eurosport Events, on Wednesday evening in the ERC Newcomer section.

He said: “Now it’s time step up my game, go all in and go to the ERC. I just love the rallies. The rallies are amazing, the locations so beautiful, the fans are incredible, crazy but I love that.”

Asked what he thought of the competition he’ll face in 2020, Landa said: “It’s really tough competition but I would like to race against these drivers. I’ve stayed really fit during lockdown with fitness training and simdriving to stay in touch with racing as much as possible.”

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Lukyanuk: I can’t wait to start the ERC show

Thu, 06/04/2020 - 06:00

Alexey Lukyanuk emphasisd his desire to go rallying again when he appeared on ERC The Stage last night.

Lukyanuk joined FIA European Rally Championship rival Craig Breen, plus presenters Julian Porter and Chris Rawes, on the live internet talk show from ERC promoter Eurosport Events.

The 2018 ERC champion, who has spent lockdown in his adoptive city of St Petersburg, is set to drive a Pirelli-equipped Citroën C3 R5 when the delayed European championship gets underway as planned on Rally di Roma Capitale from 24-26 July.

He said: “The most important thing is to start driving again. When everything stops we’re losing the momentum, the sponsor is losing a bit the momentum and people are starting to follow different, strange things so it’s better to start the show and attract everyone back. I’m not thinking about tactics and points, the intention is to drive, be on the spot and have fun.”

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Breen, Lukyanuk next to star on ERC The Stage

Wed, 06/03/2020 - 06:00

With 14 ERC wins and one FIA European Rally Championship title between them, Craig Breen and Alexey Lukyanuk are the latest top duo to guest on ERC The Stage.

The live talk show from ERC promoter Eurosport Events is co-hosted by Chris Rawes and Julian Porter with episode three streaming from 18h30 CET today (Wednesday) on ERC’s official Facebook page and YouTube channel.

While Lukyanuk is preparing for his second season in a Saintéloc Junior Team-run Citroën C3 R5, Breen joins Team MRF Tyres to drive a Hyundai i20 R5.

ERC3 Junior recruit Nikolai Landa is this week’s ERC Newcomer, while double ERC Junior title winner Marijan Griebel will be making an appearance.

ERC The Stage is available at:
Facebook.com/FiaEuropeanRallyChampionship/
or Youtube.com/user/FIAERC

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Lappi’s five ERC wins revisited

Tue, 06/02/2020 - 06:00

Esapekka Lappi’s stint in the FIA European Rally Championship as he navigated his way to the top of the sport not only included the coveted title but five event wins on asphalt, gravel and snow. Here’s a reminder.

Poland, 2012 (photo Janusz Szymanek): Lappi delivered in style on his ERC debut with victory on the gravel-based Rally Poland in 2012, only his third start outside his native Finland and his first in a Škoda Fabia S2000. He was fastest on 12 out of 13 stages with compatriot Janne Ferm co-driving.

Switzerland, 2013: One week after winning Rally China Longyou, Lappi was winning again, this time on the testing mountainous asphalt stages of Rallye International du Valais.

Latvia, 2014: Having won in the ERC on gravel and asphalt, Lappi added snow and ice to the list following a battling victory on Rally Liepāja having overcome an impressive Vasily Gryazin.

United Kingdom, 2014: Lappi led the Belfast-based Circuit of Ireland Rally from start to finish and never was slower than third on the 18 all-asphalt stages.

Switzerland, 2014: One year on from winning Rallye International du Valais for the first time, Lappi took his second victory on the Swiss event to set up a final-round championship decider in Corsica where the title would be his.

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Ace Austrians of the ERC

Mon, 06/01/2020 - 18:00

Several Austrian drivers have aced it in the FIA European Rally Championship. Here are just 10.

Andreas Aigner (photo 1)
Aigner transferred his world championship pedigree to the ERC for the first time in 2012. The following year he took three ERC Production Cup wins on his way to the class title in a Stohl Racing Subaru Impreza. He also heroically claimed an overall European championship podium on the Croatia Rally in 2013 having led outright.

Raimund Baumschlager (photo 2)
Now an established ERC team owner running Albert von Thurn und Taxis and MOL Racing Team’s Norbert Herczig, Baumschlager was also a big hit behind the wheel in the championship. He took a podium on his 50th and final outing as an ERC driver on the Internationale Jänner Rallye in 2014 having claimed six ERC event wins earlier in his career.

Kurt Göttlicher
Göttlicher’s final ERC campaign in 1996 was perhaps his best when he finished runner-up to Armin Schwarz in that season’s title fight.

Sepp Haider
Haider netted 10 ERC event wins in more than 90 starts between 1976 and 1999. While he rallied Peugeots in his later years, Haider enjoyed significant success with Opel power.

Beppo Harrach (photo 3)
Harrach took back-to-back ERC Production Cup wins on the Internationale Jänner Rallye between 2013 and 2014. He’s since gone on to establish the DriftCompany rally school and rally team, which will run Austrian drivers Niki Mayr-Melnhof and Nikolai Landa in the 2020 European championship.

Hermann Neubauer
The double Austrian champion has sampled a variety of categories in the European championship from ERC 2WD to the top-level ERC1 division. His major achievements so far include an ERC 2WD podium in 2013 and an overall top 10 finish in 2014.

Wilhelm Stengg
A one-time ERC event winner and 1995 Austrian champion, Stengg’s son Roland Stengg scored points on three out of five ERC3 Junior starts between 2018-2019.

Rudi Stohl
Stohl is perhaps better known for his world championship exploits, particularly on events in Africa. But he also has an ERC event win to his name. Son Manfred Stohl (photo 4), meanwhile, made 17 ERC starts and scored three wins. His Stohl Racing concern has achieved success in ERC2, while its STARD offshoot ran Hiroki Arai in last season’s ERC1 Junior Championship.

Simon Wagner (photo 5)
Having shown impressive pace in ERC3 Junior, Wagner scored a debut ERC1 Junior podium on last season’s Barum Czech Rally Zlín. Away from the ERC he’s also notched up seven wins at Rally2 level since 2018, while younger brother Julian Wagner is also highly rated having made one ERC3 Junior start and finished runner-up in last season’s Austrian championship.

Franz Wittmann
With 30 wins (including on his final ERC appearance in 2003) and 43 podium visits from 66 European championship starts, Wittmann’s achievements are significant and the stuff of legend. His son, Franz Jr, started selected ERC events in 2009 and 2010.

Two for the future? Nikolai Landa, 21, has announced an ERC3 Junior campaign in 2020. Niki Mayr-Melnhof, meanwhile, is an ex-GT racer and 2018 Austrian champion and has been quick on sporadic ERC appearances. He will be one to watch when he mounts a full-season bid in 2020 driving a Ford Fiesta R5 MkII.

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ERC governing body FIA joins forces with RM Sotheby’s for #RaceAgainstCovid online auction

Mon, 06/01/2020 - 12:00

An online auction raising funds for the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies has been launch through an alliance between RM Sotheby’s and the FIA, the governing body of the FIA European Rally Championship.

Members of the FIA community, including drivers and teams, have donated items of highly sought-after memorabilia that will be subject to online bids from 15-22 June.

All proceeds from the auction will be donated to the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) to assist with the global response to COVID-19. The FIA Foundation has already made a donation of one million euros to support the fund-raising effort.

Early lots include a race suit worn by Tom Kristensen (pictured), the nine-time Le Mans 24 Hours winner and President of the FIA Drivers’ Commission, as well as a selection of items used by Lewis Hamilton, Damon Hill, Charles Leclerc and more. FIA European Rally Championship drivers have also made donations.

FIA President Jean Todt said: “Since the beginning of the health crisis, the FIA and the entire motorsport community have been committed to fighting the pandemic through many initiatives such as #RaceAgainstCovid. Today, we have another opportunity to show our strength and unity: I very much welcome the FIA and RM Sotheby’s collaboration for the benefit of the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies’ global response to the COVID-19 pandemic. I thank all the drivers and teams for their contributions as well as the FIA Foundation for its generous donation. To ensure this auction the success it deserves, I urge each and every one of our motor sport family to join us.”

Go to rmsothebys.com for more information, including updates on other auction items.

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Introducing… ERC1 Junior recruit Emil Lindholm

Mon, 06/01/2020 - 06:00

Emil Lindholm will be hoping to become the latest Finn to fly in the FIA European Rally Championship in 2020. Here’s what you need to know about the rising star from Team MRF Tyres.

Like father, like son: Lindholm is following in the wheel tracks of father Sebastian – the cousin of two-time world champion Marcus Grönholm – by going rallying.

Opel fruits: The Germany-based ADAC Opel Rallye Cup kept Lindholm busy in 2015 and gave him crucial experience on asphalt. He placed fifth in the standings.

Top recognition: Lindholm’s talents were recognised when the Finnish ASN, AKK, selected him as the winner of its Flying Finn Future Star scholarship in 2017.

Italian job: Lindholm has experience of rallying in Italy – where the 2020 ERC season is set to begin with Rally di Roma Capitale next month – dating back to 2018 when he took part on three events in the country.

Flying on four: Prior to the coronavirus lockdown taking hold, Lindholm contested four rallies, winning two of them, including the SM Itälralli in his homeland. His Team MRF Tyres stablemate Craig Breen was also in action and finished third.

Photo: Taneli Niinimäki/AKK

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Cais describes Rally2 step up on ERC The Stage: It’s like driving to work after taking the bus

Sun, 05/31/2020 - 06:00

Erik Cais told ERC The Stage that the step up to Rally2 level for only his third season of rallying is akin to driving your own car to work after taking the bus.

Cais will chase ERC1 Junior points in the 2020 FIA European Rally Championship in a Yacco ACCR Team Ford Fiesta R5 MkII.

During his appearance on the ERC The Stage internet talk show on Wednesday evening, Cais said the move up the rallying ranks was: “like if you are every day going to work by bus and you will switch like you own your car it’s absolutely different.”

He continued: “It’s 4WD, you need to be more precise with your steering and everything is so fast, your focus has to be 110 per cent.”

Cais took part in a Spanish Gravel championship round prior to lockdown measures coming into force in late March and has since managed several tests in the Fiesta on asphalt since restrictions began to ease in his native Czech Republic.

The 2020 ERC season is scheduled to begin on Rally di Roma Capitale from 24-26 July.

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Why it’s double the ERC fun in Ostia

Sat, 05/30/2020 - 06:00

The FIA European Rally Championship is set to visit the beach resort of Ostia not once but twice this year.

With every effort being made for Rally di Roma Capitale to host the ERC season opener from 24-26 July, Ostia is due to take on increased importance with stages planned there on both the first and final day of the all-asphalt contest.

Previously Ostia had the honour of hosting the deciding stages on a Sunday evening. But while that tradition will remain from 19h15 local time on 26 July, the rally’s opening two stages will also take place in Ostia from 19h40 on Friday 24 July. All four stages will be located within close proximity of the sea.

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Dinkel’s colours shine through on ERC The Stage

Fri, 05/29/2020 - 06:00

Dominik Dinkel used his appearance on Wednesday’s latest instalment of ERC The Stage to show a graphic design of how his ŠKODA Fabia R5 will look when he mounts his first FIA European Rally Championship campaign.

German Dinkel, who is registered for ERC1 Junior points, will drive for ROMO Motorsport with support of long-term partner Brose.

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Top recognition for ERC Junior stars in British newspaper

Thu, 05/28/2020 - 06:00

Respected British weekly newspaper Motorsport News, which has reported on rallying since it was first published in 1955, has included several ERC Junior drivers past and present in a feature highlighting the drivers it thinks will be at the top of the sport in five years from now.

The article, Who Will Be Making the Next Raft of World Rally Championship Headlines, focuses on 10 talents that it believes can make the grade in the future.

Pep Bassas, Erik Cais, Nikolay Gryazin, Chris Ingram, Efrén Llarena, Miko Marczyk and Julian Wagner are included in the top 10, while Pedro Antunes, Callum Devine, Jean-Baptiste Franceschi, Sindre Furuseth, Tom Kristensson, Emil Lindholm, Filip Mareš, Yohan Rossel, Mārtiņš Sesks, Ken Torn, Simon Wagner, Adam Westlund and Kacper Wroblewski are mentioned as ones to watch.

Click here to find out more about Motorsport News.

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Llarena tells ERC The Stage: Citroen C3 R5 is the best yet

Wed, 05/27/2020 - 21:00

Efrén Llarena used his appearance on this evening’s ERC The Stage, the internet talk show from the FIA European Rally Championship, to praise the Citroën C3 R5 he will use on his step up to the Rally2 category in ERC1 Junior this season.

Rallye Team Spain driver Llarena, who graduates to the category as the double ERC3 and ERC3 Junior champion, sampled the Sports & You-run car shortly before his homeland went into lockdown in response to the coronavirus pandemic.

“It is really easy to drive, I only tested it on gravel but for sure it was the best car I have been driving,” Llarena said on ERC The Stage. “I am really looking forward to start the season. I want to test the car on Tarmac because I know the [level] of the car on Tarmac is really amazing.”

The 2020 ERC season is due to begin on Rally di Roma Capitale from 24-26 July.

Screenshot captured from ERC The Stage

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ERC Juniors ready to take to (ERC) The Stage live

Wed, 05/27/2020 - 17:40

Having proved their talent on the stages of the FIA European Rally Championship, ERC1 Junior aces Erik Cais and Efrén Llarena will be appearing on the new internet-based talk show, ERC The Stage, from 18h30 CET today (Wednesday).

Hosted by Julian Porter and Chris Rawes, ERC The Stage premiered last week and attracted an international audience.

As well as appearances by Cais and Llarena, Bruno De Pianto, a key member of the Rally di Roma Capitale organising team, will provide all the latest updates on the planned season opener, while Dominik Dinkel is this week’s ERC Newcomer.

ERC The Stage is available at:

Facebook.com/FiaEuropeanRallyChampionship
or Youtube.com/user/FIAERC

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ERC The Stage for rising talents Cais and Llarena

Wed, 05/27/2020 - 12:00

ERC1 Junior rivals Erik Cais and Efrén Llarena will be appearing on the new internet-based talk show, ERC The Stage, live from 18h30 CET today (Wednesday).

Hosted by Julian Porter and Chris Rawes, ERC The Stage premiered last week and attracted an international audience.

As well as appearances by Cais and Llarena, Bruno De Pianto, a key member of the Rally di Roma Capitale organising team, will provide all the latest updates on the planned season opener, while Dominik Dinkel is this week’s ERC Newcomer.

ERC The Stage is available at:

Facebook.com/FiaEuropeanRallyChampionship/
or Youtube.com/user/FIAERC

 

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Rally di Roma Capitale organisers stick to winning formula for ERC counter

Wed, 05/27/2020 - 06:00

Motorsport Italia, the organisation behind Italy’s FIA European Rally Championship counter, have stuck to a winning formula for the planned event from 24-26 July.

Rather than introduce wholesale changes to the itinerary for Rally di Roma Capitale, the organisers have made alternations to two stages only, the Ostia superspecial and Rocca Santo Stefano.

In total, Rally di Roma Capitale is set to include 206.00 competitive kilometres divided between 18 special stages.

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New video celebrates Abarth 124 rally and gets ready for second season of ERC action

Tue, 05/26/2020 - 16:00

Luca Napolitano, Head of EMEA Fiat & Abarth Brands, and Jean-Baptiste Ley, ERC Co-ordinator, are appearing on a new video issued ahead of the Abarth Rally Cup season getting underway.

The Abarth Rally Cup will once again form part of the FIA European Rally Championship and the action from the one-make category for the Abarth 124 rally is hotly anticipated.

Luca Napolitano, Head of EMEA Fiat & Abarth Brands, said: “In their 70-year history, Abarth cars have run on every European course. They have come in victorious on each one. Today, with nearly 100 class wins, the 124 Rally is still the car to beat in the R-GT class.

“At the 2019 European Rally Championship, the 124 rally won 57 of the 88 special stages it took part in. We can't wait to get back on track and win again.”

The Abarth 124 rally has been used in competition in 16 countries and taken part in around 150 international events and 25 national and international championships. It has racked up in the region of 100 victories in the RGT category, establishing itself as the car to beat in the FIA R-GT Cup both in 2018 and 2019. In the three years it has been in existence, the Abarth 124 rally has covered more than 300,000 kilometres in competition.

During the 2019 ERC, of the 88 stage wins it was eligible for, the Abarth 124 rally celebrated 57 fastest stage times and completed more than 4000 kilometres, 1200 of which were timed.

Jean-Baptiste Ley, the ERC Co-ordinator said: “Last year, the Abarth Rally Cup played a major role in the European Rally Championship. We can’t wait to see the Abarth 124 rally in the ERC as soon as the season resumes.”

The 2019 Abarth Rally Cup was made up of Rally Islas Canarias, Rally Liepāja, 76th Rally Poland, Rally di Roma Capitale, Barum Czech Rally Zlín and Rally Hungary.

Italy’s Andrea Nucita took the title in a final-round decider against Poland's Dariusz Poloński. Spain’s Alberto Monarri placed third in the final standings.

Abarth also enjoyed success in the FIA R-GT Cup in 2019 with Italy’s Enrico Brazzoli winning his class on Rallye Monte-Carlo, Tour de Corse and Rallye Sanremo.

Follow this link to view the video: https://youtu.be/jgacGOG8U0w

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ERC Rally di Roma Capitale entries open

Tue, 05/26/2020 - 12:00

Entries are now open for Rally di Roma Capitale, the planned first round of the 2020 FIA European Rally Championship.

The supplementary regulations, event programme, itinerary, maps, the COVID-19 protocol and other important documents can are also available and can be downloaded at: www.rallydiromacapitale.it/competitors

In addition, the new Motorsport Pass platform is available. All those attending the event must register for a free-of-charge pass as part of strict COVID-19 measures implemented by event organiser Motorsport Italia and ACI Sport.

Entries must be submitted with the FIA via this link: https://registrations.fia.com/rally.

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Access pass web platform and tutorial for ERC Rally di Roma Capitale now online

Tue, 05/26/2020 - 06:00

Drivers, teams, staff members, officials, media and spectators* can register for their free-of-charge access pass for Rally di Roma Capitale via a new web platform developed by Motorsport Italia in partnership with ACI Sport.

It’s part of extensive efforts by Max Rendina and his team at Motorsport Italia to ensure the event complies with government restrictions and other directives in place.

More information is available here:

https://www.rallydiromacapitale.it/the-new-and-innovative-web-platform-to-regulate-access-to-the-rally-di-roma-capitale-is-now-ready/?lang=en

A short video tutorial with information of how to use the app can be found here:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NEDzRFR0iPk&feature=youtu.be

Rally di Roma Capitale is set to open the 2020 FIA European Rally Championship from 24-26 July.

*The procedure to request spectator passes will be announced as soon as COVID-19 regulations allow

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Vita reveals new ERC Junior look

Mon, 05/25/2020 - 06:00

Mattia Vita has revealed the livery he will use when he bids for glory in the Pirelli-supported FIA ERC3 Junior Championship.

The 23-year-old is set to begin his campaign in Peugeot 208 R2, before switching to the new-for-2020 208 Rally4.

Vita, who will be co-driven by fellow Italian Max Bosi, completed one test prior to lockdown restrictions taking hold in March. But he can’t wait to drive for real in the European championship.

“I’m really looking forward to getting back to driving,” Vita said. “I’ve got more experience now after rallying in Italy last season, so I’m definitely aiming for the top places.”

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ERC drivers who’ve raced: pt. 3

Sun, 05/24/2020 - 18:00

To conclude the series highlighting FIA European Rally Championship drivers who’ve also raced, here are another 10 who crossed the divide.

Stéphane Sarrazin (pictured): A two-time Le Mans Series champion who has also made one start in Formula One claimed victory on his last ERC appearance, the Tour de Corse in 2014.

Petr Semerád: Too young to rally in his native Czech Republic, where drivers must be 16 and over to take to the stages, this ERC3 Junior promise raced single-seaters in the FIA CEZ series before he was old enough to go rallying.

Ricardo Teodósio: The reigning Portuguese champion and Azores Rallye regular used to be a racing driver, with stints in Formula Ford and Formula Opel appearing on a lengthy and impressive CV.

Henri Toivonen: A winner of six ERC events and destined for the world title until his fatal crash in Corsica in 1986, Toivonen test-drove a Formula One car and raced for Eddie Jordan in Formula 3. Brother Harri, who also won in the ERC, tried circuit racing as did father Pauli (see below).

Pauli Toivonen: The Finn’s career not only included lifting the ERC crown in 1968, but success in sportscar racing as well.

Mattia Vita: Vita reached the heights of Formula 3 after karting successfully. He’s now preparing for an assault on the Pirelli-supported FIA ERC3 Junior Championship.

Adrienn Vogel: Vogel, who will compete in ERC3 in 2020, has raced in the Kia Platinum Cup for three seasons.

Albert von Thurn und Taxis: Von Thurn und Taxis used to race GT cars but, after 10 years, with the “limit time-wise and the costs really exploding”, the Rome-based German decided to follow his dream of being a rally driver. “Everybody told me it was too dangerous and too difficult and too much work, but the fascination is so much bigger,” he said recently.

Sobiewsław Zasada: Poland’s first three-time ERC champion raced on two and four wheels.

Aleks Zawada: The London-born Pole was a single-seater racer before becoming a force in ERC Junior, challenging for the title in 2017.

Photo: Toyota Hybrid Racing

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Kalendarz 2020

24-26.07.

Rally di Roma Capitale (Włochy)

14-16.08.

Rally Liepaja (Łotwa)

28-30.08.

Barum Czech Rally Zlín (Czechy)

17-19.09.

Azores Rallye (Portugalia)

16-18.10.

Cyprus Rally (Cypr)

06-08.11.

Rally Hungary (Węgry)

03-05.12.

Rally Islas Canarias (Hiszpania)