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Update on Zelindo Melegari and Corrado Bonato

Sat, 08/17/2019 - 19:30

Zelindo Melegari and co-driver Corrado Bonato are recovering in hospital following a crash on stage four of Barum Czech Rally Zlín earlier today.

Starting the event leading the FIA ERC2 category and making their second appearance in the Abarth Rally Cup, the Italian pair were hospitalised after sustaining rib injuries when they went off the road at high speed.

Melegari and fellow Italian Bonato will remain in intensive care while they undergo continued medical treatment and assessment, but they are fully conscious and in good spirits.

They would like to express their thanks and gratitude to rescue crews and medical staff to all those who have sent messages of support.

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Teenage ERC3 Junior Semerad stars with first stage win

Sat, 08/17/2019 - 19:21

Eighteen-year-old Czech Petr Semerád reinforced his credentials as a star of the future with his first ERC3 stage win on Barum Czech Rally Zlín.

Semerád, who is making only his second career ERC start this weekend, starred on the 11.55-kilometre Semetín test, described by most of the field as a “crazy” stage.

But the youngster, whose older brother Martin competed in the FIA World Rally Championship in the past, fully embraced the challenge, beating Jean-Baptiste Franceschi to fastest time by 0.2s aboard his Pirelli-shod Opel ADAM R2.

“It’s amazing, I love this one. It’s so difficult and so different to every other stage I’ve ever driven in my life, but I love it. So many crests, so many flat out places, I love it,” said Semerád.

Semerád’s pace was reinforced by his result on the first pass of the same stage, in which he went second quickest, only 2.5s slower than category leader Efrén Llarena (Rallye Team Spain).

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Habaj shows tree who is boss in Czech clash

Sat, 08/17/2019 - 18:33

FIA European Rally Championship contender Łukasz Habaj has shown that not even a tree can stop his progress on Barum Czech Rally Zlín, surviving a side-on impact with only cosmetic damage.

Despite the extensive visual damage to his Sports Racing Technologies-run ŠKODA Fabia R5, Habaj was able to continue at full speed after his off.

“We had a big moment and hit the tree. The car is OK, we finish the stage normally,” Habaj told ERC Radio reporter Julian Porter at stage end.

Habaj, who is only six points behind championship leader Alexey Lukyanuk, dropped from eighth to ninth after his off, slotting in 2.3s behind Martin Březík (Samohýl ŠKODA Team).

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Furuseth has “nothing to lose” in epic ERC3 Junior title fight

Sat, 08/17/2019 - 17:54

FIA ERC3 Junior Championship title contender Sindre Furuseth says he has “nothing to lose” in the Junior season finale on Barum Czech Rally Zlín.

Furuseth is the lowest placed of the three ERC3 Junior drivers battling for the grand prize of competing on two rounds of the 2020 FIA ERC in a Motorsport Italia ŠKODA Fabia R5, with 91 points to Ken Torn’s 116 points.

“It is a bit of tension. Of course Ken Torn has an advantage but I feel like I have nothing to lose,” said Furuseth, who is currently second behind fellow title hopeful Efrén Llarena (Rallye Team Spain). “I’m just going to go for it!”

“We just need to continue where we are, try to find those places where the gravel and mud is and go flat out elsewhere.”

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Jakes back to four-wheel drive in ERC

Sat, 08/17/2019 - 16:54

Miroslav Jakeš is back in four-wheel-drive mode on Barum Czech Rally Zlín but out of contention to repeat the career-best fourth place he scored on the FIA European Rally Championship counter in 2018.

Jakeš lost vital time when his Samohýl ŠKODA Team entry lost front-wheel drive. He completed stage five in 20thoverall.

We had this for two stages but it was not broken, it was only out of the gearbox,” Jakeš  said of the transmission problem that’s hampered him this morning. “We fix it and now we go on four-wheel drive. But it’s difficult now to be faster.”

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Nucita focusing on ERC Abarth Rally Cup glory

Sat, 08/17/2019 - 16:46

Andrea Nucita is focused solely on scoring maximum points – and prize money – in the Abarth Rally Cup.

Nucita leads the one-make series for the Abarth 124 rally after five stages, despite a slow puncture on stage four.

“The first loop was very difficult but for me it’s okay because I am focused on the championship,” said the Sicilian. “I had a slow puncture for the last two or three kilometres of stage four, but I have a lead of 42s and I repeat the focus is on the championship because this is a very difficult race.”

Nucita is 42.1s ahead of Dariusz Poloński, the category winner on last month’s Rally di Roma Capitale. He will take home €12,000 if he stays in front of his Polish rival.

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Llarena heads thrilling fight for ERC3 Junior gold

Sat, 08/17/2019 - 16:30

Efrén Llarena is doing all he can to win the Pirelli-supported FIA ERC3 Junior Championship title on Barum Czech Rally Zlín by topping his class after five stages.

The Rallye Team Spain driver is 3.1s ahead of title rival Sindre Furuseth (Saintéloc Junior Team) with championship pacesetter Ken Torn (Estonian Autosport Junior Team) in fifth place, 12.9s behind Llarena in his M-Sport Poland Ford Fiesta R2T.

After finishing second to Furuseth on Friday night’s Zlín superspecial, Llarena took the lead from the Norwegian with the quickest time through Saturday’s opening Březová test. A second stage win on SS3 followed to give Llarena a 6.1s advantage heading to stage four, which was cancelled for a number of crews – including the entire ERC3 contingent – following Zelindo Melegari’s accident.

Despite a mistake at a junction on SS5, Furuseth was able to cut Llarena’s advantage to 3.1s following the stage, which Jean-Baptiste Franceschi won to move into third in class ahead of Erik Cais and Torn. Local driver Cais, who is 0.1s ahead of Torn, has reported brake issues.

ACCR Czech Rally Team’s Jan Talaš is sixth ahead of ERC3 newcomer Adam Březíkas Yohan Rossel (Peugeot Rally Academy), Renault-powered Florian Bernardi and René Dohnal complete the ERC3 top 10.

ADAC Opel Rallye Junior Team pair Elias Lundberg and Grégoire Munster are seventh and eighth in ERC3 Junior followed by Estonian Autosport Junior Team’s Gregor Jeets and Czech teenager Petr Semerád.

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Lukyanuk and Kopecky 0.4s apart in ERC as Gryazin loses lead

Sat, 08/17/2019 - 15:06

A puncture for ERC1 Junior champion Nikolay Gryazin has ended his hopes of Barum Czech Rally Zlín victory, leaving Alexey Lukyanuk and Jan Kopecký to engage in a thrilling fight up front.

With five sealed-surface stages run, Lukyanuk leads Kopecký by 0.4s as the FIA European champions present and past thrill the thousands of fans watching the action in the stunning South Moravian countryside.

Gryazin (Sport Racing Technologies) had demoted Kopecký (ŠKODA Motorsport) for the lead with a rapid stage best on SS3, Semetín, 8.1s faster than home hero Kopecký, who won Friday night’s Zlín superspecial.

One stage later, Lukyanuk (Saintéloc Junior Team) moved in front on Halenkovice with a second stage win of the rally following his fastest time on SS2, with Gryazin just 0.5s behind in second.

But Gryazin, who is competing on his second of two prize drives provided by ERC promoter Eurosport Events for his ERC1 Junior title success last year, was delayed for two minutes on Kostelany as he was forced to stop and change a puncture.

“After the start it was off the rim. We didn’t hit anything. I don’t know,” explained Gryazin. “I felt like it’s no pressure. I don’t know. [There was] no hit at all. I was driving the first part really nice and clear. We have lost everything. Now we will drive for ourselves.”

Kopecký’s first stage win since Friday’s Zlín superspecial on the loop-ending Kostelany test closed the gap to rally leader Lukyanuk down to just 0.4 seconds, as the 2013 ERC champion continues to chase his fifth consecutive Barum Czech Rally Zlín win and his eighth in total.

Toksport WRT's Chris Ingram, a strong third overall ahead of Václav Pech, holds the upper hand in the race to win the ERC1 Junior crown with a 5.5s advantage over Filip Mareš (ACCR Czech Rally Team) following back-to-back class stage wins.

Mareš is fifth overall with Norbert Herczig sixth for MOL Racing Team. Tomáš Kostka is seventh, Marijan Griebel eighth, Jan Černý ninth and Łukasz Habaj 10th.

Simon Wagner is a fine third in ERC1 Junior on his class debut despite reporting a lack of energy due to illness. Tomáš Pospíšilík, another newcomer, is next up with Gryazin dropping from first in the category to fifth.

Miko Marczyk crashed out on SS5, the Pole's stricken ŠKODA Polska Motorsport entry blocking the road and halting the stage for a time. Sweden National Team's Mattias Adielsson reached the finished of SS5 with a front-left damaged tyre and is currently sixth in class. Hiroki Arai put his Team STARD Citroën off the road on SS2.

The top five in ERC3 Junior are covered by 12.9s after five stages. Efrén Llarena leads but Sindre Furuseth is just 3.1s behind despite a mistake at a junction on SS5. Jean-Baptiste Franceschi, fastest on SS5, is third with fellow Ford Fiesta R2T drivers Erik Cais and title leader Ken Torn fourth and fifth respectively. Local driver Cais has reported brake issues.

Andrea Nucita leads ERC2 and the Abarth Rally Cup ahead of Dariusz Poloński and Juan Pablo Alonso.

Stage four was stopped before being cancelled altogether after Zelindo Melgari and Corrado Bonato crashed heavily in their Abarth 124 rally. The Italians have been taken to hospital for checks according to a team spokesperson.

Following service at the Continental Barum factory in Otrokovice, SS6, the repeat of Březová, is due to get underway at 16h41 local time.

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ERC1 Juniors turn up the heat in sunny Zlin

Sat, 08/17/2019 - 12:17

The FIA European Rally Championship’s young stars in R5 cars are turning up the heat on a sunny Barum Czech Rally Zlín, with Nikolay Gryazin taking the lead and the ERC1 Junior title potentially changing hands.

Gryazin (Sports Racing Technologies) is competing in the Czech Republic thanks to using the second of his two prize drives awarded by ERC promoter Eurosport Events for winning the ERC1 Junior title last year.

A sublime run on the Semetín test by Gryazin gave him fastest time, 3.9s up on reigning ERC champion Alexey Lukynauk (Saintéloc Junior Team) and 8.1s over seven-time Barum Czech Rally Zlín winner Jan Kopecký (ŠKODA Motorsport), promoting him to the lead.

Lukyanuk had taken second from Gryazin on Březová and kept the place despite falling behind his compatriot, as Kopecký fell to third.
Behind Václav Pech (EuroOil - Invelt Team) in fourth place, a thrilling battle for the ERC1 Junior title experienced a potentially crucial early position change.

Filip Mareš (ACCR Czech Rally Team) is on a quest to close down a 30 point gap to ERC1 Junior points leader Chris Ingram (Toksport WRT), and by taking fifth place from Ingram on Semetín, also moved into second in class.

Depending on leg points scored this weekend, finishing in second place and ahead of Ingram is potentially enough for Mareš to win the title, though their positions being reversed would immediately put Ingram in pole position for the title.

Tomáš Kostka (Kresta Racing), Norbert Herczig (MOL Racing Team), Jan Černý (Mogul Auto Šidlo ŠKODA Team) and Marijan Griebel (BRR Baumschlager Rallye & Racing Team) complete the top 10 overall.

Paulo Nobre (Palmeirinha Rally) was caught out by the tricky Semetín test, going off into a ditch with a broken right-rear wheel and retiring.

ERC2 championship leader Zelindo Melegari (Loran SRL) is also in trouble, nursing a driveshaft issue aboard his Abarth 124 Rally machine after dropping behind Juan Carlos Alonso to fourth place on Březová.

Efrén Llarena (Rallye Team Spain) continues to lead in ERC3. Erik Cais (ACCR Czech Rally Team) moved up into the final podium place at the expense of Adam Březík, who was off the pace on Semetín and fell to seventh in ERC3.

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Arai’s ERC1 Junior podium hopes end with early Zlin crash

Sat, 08/17/2019 - 11:24

Hiroki Arai’s chances of taking a podium place in the FIA ERC1 Junior Championship standings have suffered a heavy blow after crashing out of the second stage on Barum Czech Rally Zlín.

Team STARD’s young star in an R5 car is one of three drivers hoping to catch current third-placed ERC1 Junior Alexandros Tsouloftas in the championship classification, along with Matias Adielsson (Sweden National Team) and Miko Marczyk (ŠKODA Polska Motorsport).

Arai failed to complete the Březová test, oversteering out of a fast left-hander and dropping his Citroën C3 R5 down a ditch into thick foliage that left him unable to continue further.

The stage was won by Alexey Lukyanuk (Saintéloc Junior Team), who has moved up into second place at the expense of ERC1 Junior leader Nikolay Gryazin (Sports Racing Technologies).

There was also trouble for Miroslav Jakeš (Samohýl ŠKODA Team), who lost a minute with a spin caused by losing drive to the front wheels of his car.

Simon Wagner also had a difficult time on Březová. The ERC1 Junior debutant and graduate of the ERC3 Junior category dropped from fourth to P11, suffering from illness that also led to a lack of sleep last night.

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Three go for ERC3 Junior title gold but world star Sordo backs Llarena

Sat, 08/17/2019 - 11:00

FIA World Rally Championship event winner Dani Sordo is backing fellow Spaniard Efrén Llarena to win the FIA ERC3 Junior Championship.

Llarena is in a three-way battle with leader Ken Torn and third-placed Sindre Furuseth starting the season-deciding Barum Czech Rally Zlín.

And while the title odds are stacked in Torn’s favour, Rallye Team Spain star Llarena (pictured right) is still in the thick of the fight in the Pirelli-supported category.

In a video tweeted by Rallye Team Spain, Sordo said: “I send you a great message for really good luck. It’s a really difficult race but you are in a strong team with great motivation. Go maximum for maximum attack but we support you like hell. Very good luck to you.”

Sordo made his Barum Czech Rally Zlín debut last season and finished third in a Hyundai i20 R5.

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Habaj on Barum Czech Rally Zlín: “No easy rallies in ERC”

Sat, 08/17/2019 - 10:45

FIA European Rally Championship title contender Łukasz Habaj is well aware of Barum Czech Rally Zlín’s challenging reputation, but pointed out that there are “no easy rallies in ERC”.

Habaj (Sports Racing Technologies) had led the points classification for the first half of the season, though fell behind reigning champion Alexey Lukyanuk (Saintéloc Junior Team) after Rally di Roma Capitale following a crash.

Now six points behind, Habaj is focusing on scoring the best possible result in the Czech Republic, and though familiar with the rally’s tough reputation, was quick to point out that the rest of the ERC calendar isn’t any easier.

“In the European Rally Championship there are no easy rallies but for sure this is one of the toughest,” said Habaj.

“Maybe here it’s tougher competition in terms of the stages and the length of the rally and the weather conditions and road characteristics.”

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Herczig plans ‘careful’ start in ERC

Sat, 08/17/2019 - 10:30

Norbert Herczig is planning a different strategy for his second Barum Czech Rally Zlín appearance.

The four-time Hungarian champion crashed out of the FIA European Rally Championship counter in 2018 and doesn’t want to make the same mistake again.

“We were not lucky in the last year, we made a mistake and therefore we had an accident,” the MOL Racing Team driver explained. “So, we will start a little bit carefully on the first loop and after we will see but from the second loop we would like to push a little bit more.”

Herczig is P15 following Friday night’s superspecial through the centre of host city Zlín.

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ERC1 Junior Wagner aims higher after standout superspecial run

Sat, 08/17/2019 - 10:10

Young star in an R5 car Simon Wagner stole the show on Barum Czech Rally Zlín’s night-time superspecial, going fourth fastest overall on his first FIA European Rally Championship outing in a four-wheel drive car.

Despite his inexperience in R5 equipment at international level, Wagner was immediately quick and now feels he can aim even higher than his pre-event ambitions.

“Before the rally I thought top 10 would be a dream but after yesterday’s first stage, of course there could be more,” said Wagner.

“You know, Barum is so difficult but of course it would be a dream to continue like this.”

Wagner’s speed out of the blocks was even more impressive considering he missed both free practice runs with a seized handbrake.

A quick turnaround by his Rallytechnology team got him out in time for the Qualifying Stage, and Wagner was full of praise for his new machine.

“ŠKODA built a great car with the Fabia R5 Evo, so we try to improve and get faster every stage.”

Wagner resumes leg two second in ERC1 Junior in addition to fourth place overall, 3.3s behind reigning class champion Nikolay Gryazin (Sports Racing Technologies).

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Barum Czech Rally Zlin live on ERC Radio and Facebook

Sat, 08/17/2019 - 09:00

ERC Radio will broadcast live coverage of Barum Czech Rally Zlín throughout today (Saturday).

Julian Porter and Chris Rawes will be reporting from the end of all stages to capture the instant reaction of drivers as they discover their stage times. Porter and Rawes will also provide their usual expert insight and analysis from the FIA European Rally Championship counter.

Meanwhile, stage five (Kostelany) and stage seven (Semetin) will be broadcast live on the official ERC Facebook page.

ERC Radio is available at FIAERC.com and via the ERC app.

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Melegari sets out his ERC2 goal

Sat, 08/17/2019 - 06:00

Zelindo Melegari has one goal in mind on Barum Czech Rally Zlín: to preserve his lead of the FIA ERC2 standings.

Melegari, who is 12 points in front in the class title battle, is making his second start on the sealed-surface event and his second in an Abarth 124 rally following his recent switch from Mitsubishi Lancer power.

“To confirm my position in the championship is the best goal,” said the Italian, runner-up in ERC2 in 2017. “I hope to have a fight with [Dariusz] Poloński and maybe also [Andrea] Nucita would be a very good goal for me.”

Following Friday night’s Zlín superspecial, Melegari is third in both the ERC3 and Abarth Rally Cup after a time-consuming spin in the bus stop section of the street stage.

Photo: Chris Rawes/ERC Radio

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Night moves give Kopecky ERC lead after Zlin superspecial

Sat, 08/17/2019 - 00:23

Jan Kopecký kicked off his quest of a fifth consecutive Barum Czech Rally Zlín win in style in the rally’s opening superspecial, beating his FIA European Rally Championship rivals to fastest time.

Thousands of fans poured into Zlín city centre in the darkness of night to watch ŠKODA Motorsport’s main man top the times, though Kopecký had ERC1 Junior champion Nikolay Gryazin (Sports Racing Technologies) on his coat-tails in second.

Reigning overall ERC champion Alexey Lukyanuk (Saintéloc Racing) was third fastest in his Citroën C3 R5 buwas t only 0.7s ahead of ERC1 Junior star in an R5 car Simon Wagner, who starred on his debut in a four-wheel drive car in the ERC by going fourth quickest in his Rallytechnology ŠKODA Fabia R5 Evo.

Wagner, who had previously been a front-runner in the ERC3 Junior category, was followed by a string of Czech drivers, with Tomáš Kostka (Kresta Racing), Václav Pech (EuroOil - Invelt Team), ERC1 Junior title contender Filip Mares (ACCR Czech Rally Team), Stajf (ACCR Czech Rally Team), and Roman Odložilík (SK DER Rally Team) picking up positions five through nine respectively.

Łukasz Habaj (Sports Racing Technologies), who is only six points behind Lukyanuk in the overall ERC title battle, completed the top 10 overall, heading into Saturday 6.1s behind Lukyanuk.

Miko Marczyk (ŠKODA Polska Motorsport) and Chris Ingram (Toksport WRT) completed the top five in ERC1 Junior, holding P11 and P13 overall after the Zlín superspecial.

Andrea Nucita (Loran SRL) immediately made an impression in the ERC2 production category and Abarth Rally Cup, going 20.1s faster than Dariusz Polonski (Rallytechnology).

Third-placed Zelindo Melegari (Loran SRL) is third in ERC2 and Abarth Rally Cup, with the ERC2 championship leader held up by a spin in the bus station section of the superspecial.

Adam Březík repeated his Qualifying Stage performance to go fastest of the ERC3 runners, one second ahead of fellow Pirelli-shod ERC3 Junior title contender Sindre Furuseth (Saintéloc Racing).

Fellow championship challenger Efren Llarena (Rallye Team Spain) was third quickest, only 0.1s behind Furuseth. Current points leader Ken Torn (Estonian Autosport Junior Team) was only P11, 11.5s off the pace.

Florian Bernardi had been targeting an ERC3 victory aboard his Renault Clio R3T but was immediately on the back foot, losing 17.8s after overshooting a chicane, the same issue that cost him second place on the final stage of Rally di Roma Capitale last month.

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Listen to the opening Zlín superspecial live on ERC Radio!

Fri, 08/16/2019 - 21:00

The wait is over: crews from the FIA World Rally Championship will begin Barum Czech Rally Zlín this evening, starting with a night-time superspecial around Zlín city centre, which will be broadcast live on ERC Radio.

The 9.51 kilometre test, which takes in three laps around central Zlín, is no ordinary spectator stage, with a reputation for catching out naïve and unwary drivers.

All the action will kick off at 22h15 CET, with ERC Radio reporters Julian Porter and Chris Rawes reporting from the stop line.

Visit https://fiaerc.com/live-radio/ to listen live.

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Griebel hoping Zlin memories can boost ERC bid

Fri, 08/16/2019 - 20:00

Marijan Griebel is back at the scene of one of his greatest triumphs in the FIA European Rally Championship.

On Barum Czech Rally Zlín in August 2017, Griebel captured the ERC1 Junior crown one year after winning the ERC3 Junior crown.

He’s back for a fifth time aiming to add to his points haul in the ŠKODA Fabia R5 he shares with co-driver Pirmin Winklhofer.

“I like this event, it’s my fifth time here and I have very good expectations,” said the German champion.

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Like father, like son: ERC3 Junior Jeets gets family advice

Fri, 08/16/2019 - 19:00

FIA ERC3 Junior Championship competitor Gregor Jeets (Estonian Autosport Junior Team) didn’t need to look far for advice ahead of Barum Czech Rally Zlín, with previous experience on this event running in the family.

2014 Latvian R5 champion Raul Jeets, Gregor’s father, spent two full seasons in the ERC between 2015 and 2016, scoring two fourth places in the latter season.

Four years after Raul’s ERC appearance on Barum Czech Rally Zlín, his son Gregor knew where to turn first for some advice.

“My father has been to this rally before and has given me some tips about what I can expect,” explained the younger Jeets, who is racing a Ford Fiesta R2T.

“Yesterday we watched some videos of the stages and I think if it rains then it will be quite a hard rally.

“I did a rally in Lithuania last weekend [Samsonas Rally Rokiškis] and finished second in class and I have quite a good feeling now.”

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Kalendarz 2019

21-23.03.2019:

Azores Airlines Rallye (Portugalia)

02-04.05.2019

Rally Islas Canarias (Hiszpania)

24-26 05.2019

Rally Liepāja (Łotwa)

28-30.06.2019

Rajd Polski

19-21.07.2019

Rally di Roma Capitale (Włochy)

16-18.08.2019

Barum Czech Rally Zlín (Czechy)

27-29.09.2019:

Cyprus Rally (Cypr)

08-10.11.2019:

Rally Hungary (Węgry)