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Sesks keeping ERC Junior U27 title hopes in check

1 hour 45 min ago

Mārtiņš Sesks makes his Barum Czech Rally Zlín debut next week leading the Pirelli-supported FIA ERC Junior Under 27 Championship but under no illusions that the title is his.

The Latvian teenager has made a sensational start to his maiden European campaign with two class podiums and a win from three events. He holds a 27-point championship lead as a result with half the season remaining.

“Travelling to Zlín as the leader of FIA ERC Junior U27 is a great feeling,” said the ADAC Opel Rallye Junior Team driver. “But in fact the fight for the championship is not decided. The competition is so tough and anything can happen in ERC Junior U27. The good news is that the Opel ADAM R2 as well as the ADAC Opel Rallye Junior Team have proved their extremely high potential. So it’s all up to my co-driver Renars [Francis] and myself to get the maximum out of our strong package in every contest.”

The sealed-surface Barum Czech Rally Zlín takes place from 24-26 August.

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Why 53 is the magic number for ERC’s Falcón

13 hours 45 min ago

Emma Falcón can’t wait to continue her bid for ERC Ladies’ Trophy glory on Barum Czech Rally Zlín – because she’ll get to run her favourite number 53.

The number is significant for the Spaniard because it adorned the replica Herbie Volkswagen Beetle her father bought her when she passed her driving test 10 years ago.

She wrote on Twitter: “With the #53 I hope to have a lucky number – I used to have it in my previous car.”

Canary Islander Falcón holds a 27-point advantage over Briton Catie Munnings in the ERC Ladies’ Trophy standings.

Photo: twitter.com/emmafalcon1

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World run boosts ERC’s experience-chasing von Thurn und Taxis

Wed, 08/15/2018 - 18:00

Albert von Thurn und Taxis will increase his growing rallying experience this week when he makes his world championship debut on ‘home’ soil.

Although he lives in Rome, ex-GT racer von Thurn und Taxis was born in Germany and flies the German flag on the ŠKODA Fabia R5 he uses in the FIA European Rally Championship.

“Our focus is not on maximum performance, rather we want to take it easy and make some progress in our development,” said von Thurn und Taxis, who will link up with co-driver Klaus Wicha for the first time.

Following ADAC Rallye Deutschland, von Thurn und Taxis will switch his focus back to his second season-long ERC campaign, which resumes on Barum Czech Rally Zlín from 24-26 August.

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Happy Sordo closes in on ERC debut

Wed, 08/15/2018 - 06:00

Dani Sordo is set to be a happy man when he makes his FIA European Rally Championship debut on next week’s Barum Czech Rally Zlín.

Sordo will drive a factory-backed Hyundai i20 R5 on the sealed-surface event from 24-26 August. And after testing the car for the first time in Czech Republic last week, the Spaniard declared himself “happy”.

“I’m happy to drive the car because it was the first time for me,” said Sordo, part of Hyundai’s works team in the world championship. “Of course we need to work on adapting it to the local bumpy roads, but the car has potential [for this event]. And with a little more time and more work it will be much more competitive [on the Czech stages].”

As well as fine-tuning the Hyundai i20 R5 to the unique Czech roads, last week’s test has given Sordo a better understanding of what he will face on Barum Czech Rally Zlín.

“The roads are quite bumpy and difficult because they are narrow and some parts are really, really bumpy,” he said. “I hear experience is very important but I need to be there and need to feel the roads and see what’s happening. Our target is to win the rally and show people are car is fast. We try to do our best.”

Photo: Hyundai Motorsport

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Yates links up with local legend Kresta for Zlín ERC debut

Tue, 08/14/2018 - 18:00

Rhys Yates will join forces with local legend Roman Kresta when he makes his Barum Czech Rally Zlín debut, as he bids to continue his chase of FIA ERC Junior Under 28 Championship honours.

Yates normally drives a ŠKODA Fabia R5 for top British team CA1 Sport. But with Yates using that car for the Ulster Rally in Northern Ireland this weekend, the 26-year-old has come up with the ultimate alternative: a drive in a Fabia R5 run by Kresta’s eponymous team.

Kresta, a former factory Ford driver in the world championship, has 20 starts in Zlín to his name and is a three-time winner of his country’s ERC counter. His team from nearby Luhačovice is highly respected, giving Yates the perfect platform for his first appearance on the challenging sealed-surface event.

“It’s certainly the right package for the rally and it will be interesting to see how we go out there,” said Brettex-backed Yates. “It’s another rally I haven’t competed on, so it will be difficult to be on the pace from the word go. But I’ll certainly be dialling into the experience of the team to make up for that so it should offer us a good chance to have a go at the ERC Junior Under 28 honours.”

He continued: “I've been looking at this clash for a little while now and once I knew we still have a mathematical chance in both championships I had to find a way of doing both events. It was going to be pretty impossible to get the car from Antrim [in Northern Ireland] to Zlin in time for a decent shakedown and we have been lucky enough to work out a great deal with Roman and his team.”

James Morgan will co-drive Yates on the British championship-counting Ulster Rally with regular partner Elliott Edmondson returning for Zlín, an event he’s tackled twice in the past with Chris Ingram.

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Could ex-ERC champion Jan be the 23 man?

Tue, 08/14/2018 - 06:00

Jan Kopecký will start his home round of the ERC aiming to extend his unbroken sequence of Czech championship wins to 23.

Kopecký, who won the FIA European Rally Championship in 2013, began his run of wins on Rally Bohemia in 2014 and is a firm favourite to remain unbeaten when Barum Czech Rally Zlín takes place from 24-26 August with the event counting for ERC and Czech championship points.

However, Kopecký, who is co-driven by fellow Czech Pavel Dresler, has played down the significance of his record despite acknowledging the considerable achievement.

 “This number is really amazing and it will not be so easy for another driver to repeat this in the future,” he said. “But thanks also to ŠKODA because ŠKODA has really great cars, we have a trust in the car. We know it doesn’t break down and we know we can over big rocks or big bumps and it’s working well. It’s not only my work, it’s the team work.”

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Zlín wins: Fantastic entry for ERC qualifier

Mon, 08/13/2018 - 18:00

A fantastic 80-car entry including 36 top-of-the-range R5 machines will contest round six of the 2018 FIA European Rally Championship, Barum Czech Rally Zlín.

The sealed-surface spectacular takes place from 24-26 August and features a number of exciting highlights including:

*36 top-of-the-range R5 cars

*54 ERC/FIA drivers holding priority status, including six in FIA RGT category

*21 ERC Junior drivers including new recruits

*Reigning champions from Czech Republic (Jan Kopecký), Germany (Fabian Kreim) and Hungary (Norbert Herczig)

*World championship event winner Dani Sordo in a factory-supported Hyundai i20 R5

*ERC title chasers Alexey Lukyanuk and Bruno Magalhães

*National federation-backed talents from Czech Republic, Germany, Norway and Spain

*ERC2 champion elect Tibor Érdi Jr

*Emma Falcón and Catie Munnings battling for ERC Ladies’ Trophy glory

*ERC Junior Experience intake past and present including newcomer Erik Cais

The full entry list is available by clicking here.

 

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Gryazin stakes claim for Zlín ERC gold

Mon, 08/13/2018 - 06:00

Nikolay Gryazin underlined his status as a contender for victory on Barum Czech Rally Zlín later this month following a standout warm-up win in Poland last weekend.

One year on from crashing out of Rally Rzeszow when the event formed part of the FIA European Rally Championship schedule, there were no such problems this time for Gryazin and co-driver Yaroslav Fedorov. They they went fastest on eight out of 11 stages in their Sports Racing Technologies ŠKODA Fabia R5 and headed ERC regular and Rzeszow resident Grzegorz Grzyb by almost 90 seconds.

As well as chasing outright success in Zlín, Russian Gryazin will be a favourite for ERC Junior Under 28 Championship glory. The all-asphalt event takes place from 24-26 August.

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Four out of (R) five: ERC Junior ace Wagner triumphs on step up

Sun, 08/12/2018 - 06:00

Simon Wagner made an instant impact on his step up to an R5 car with victory on the Perger Mühlstein Rallye in his native Austria yesterday.

Wagner, a podium finisher in the Pirelli-backed FIA ERC Junior Under 27 Championship, was fastest on all four stages to win by 9.5s on his debut in a ŠKODA Fabia R5. Gerald Winter, also from Austria, co-drove.

Meanwhile, new ERC Junior Experience recruit Erik Cais was the first R2 finisher in P10.

Both drivers will be back in action when Barum Czech Rally Zlín hosts the six event of the FIA European Rally Championship season from 24-26 August.

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Kreim embarks on home run an ERC winner

Sat, 08/11/2018 - 06:00

Fabian Kreim will be an FIA ERC Junior Under 28 winner when he embarks on a challenge of a different kind in his native Germany next week.

Kreim is contesting his home round of the world championship from 16-19 August for ŠKODA AUTO Deutschland, one week prior to the next ERC Junior U28 qualifier, Barum Czech Rally Zlín from 24-26 August.

“We will try to annoy the guys from WRC2 a bit,” joked Kreim, who built his ERC Junior U28 lead with a maiden class win on Rally di Roma Capitale last month.

Kreim, who is co-driven by compatriot Frank Christian, will prepare for ADAC Rallye Deutschland by taking part in a charity bike ride close to his home town, Fränkisch-Crumbach.

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ERC King Kajto continues world adventure

Fri, 08/10/2018 - 06:00

Record-breaking FIA European Rally Championship graduate Kajetan Kajetanowicz will continue his world adventure in Germany next week, swapping gravel for Tarmac in his LOTOS Rally Team Ford Fiesta R5.

Kajetanowicz became the first driver in history to win three ERC titles in succession when he took the prestigious regional crown for a third time in 2017. Since then he’s secured a step up to the world championship, making his debut on Rally Italia Sardegna in June where he finished seventh in class.

The sealed-surface ADAC Rallye Deutschland is next up on the Pole’s schedule and it’s a challenge he’s ready to embrace.

“This is an enormous challenge,” said Kajetanowicz. “However, we are well prepared and we will try to show good speed on some stages but we always keep our target in mind and we pursue it dutifully, step by step. This round is the closest one to Poland. During test plenty of supporters promised that we would meet on the stages. The feeling of support given by fantastic Polish fans always gives me additional strength.”

He continued: “The stages consist of very narrow corners, unseen at places, with plenty of crests. Tarmac, or concrete in many sections, destroys the tyres a lot. The brakes also suffer and high temperatures, prevailing in Europe at the moment, might cause additional problems.”

ADAC Rallye Deutschland takes place from 16-19 August, one week prior to the ERC-counting Barum Czech Rally Zlín.

Did you know? Kajetanowicz is one of 43 drivers with ERC event experience competing on ADAC Rallye Deutschland, proof of the championship’s primary function as a platform for drivers stepping up from national level aiming for the top.

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From four wheels to two: Tour de Barum Rally wants ERC stars

Thu, 08/09/2018 - 06:00

Drivers from the FIA European Rally Championship are being sought for the Tour de Barum Rally, a cycling race held on the 9.51-kilometre Mogul Extreme SSS Zlín ahead of Barum Czech Rally Zlín.

Getting underway at 16h45 on Friday 24 August, the event features categories for men, women and children aged 12-18.

Online registration is available here. A maximum of 800 riders will be accepted and all entrants should leave the course by 17h30.

ACCR Czech Rally Team’s Jan Černý – a frontrunner in the FIA ERC Junior Under 28 Championship – was among the ERC drivers who took part in 2017.

Photo: Barum Czech Rally Zlín

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World warm-up for Opel ERC Juniors

Wed, 08/08/2018 - 06:00

FIA ERC Junior Under 27 contenders Tom Kristensson and Mārtiņš Sesks will prepare for Barum Czech Rally Zlín in style when they showcase their skills and potential for future stardom on Germany’s world championship counter next week.

Kristensson and Sesks – part of the ADAC Opel Rallye Junior Team in the European Rally Championship – will pilot their Opel ADAM R2s on the all-asphalt event from 16-19 August, ideal preparation for the next ERC Junior U27 round in Czech Republic the following week (24-26 August).

“I had the chance to compete in the ADAC Rallye Deutschland in my two years in the ADAC Opel Rallye Cup,” said Swede Kristensson, 27. “It was an unbelievable experience and I can’t wait to come back in my ADAM R2. For sure I couldn’t imagine a better preparation for the ERC Junior U27 round at Zlín one week later.”

Eighteen-year-old Latvian Sesks, the current ERC Junior U27 leader following his victory on the recent Tarmac-based Rally di Roma Capitale, said: “We will enjoy every moment and try to give our competitors in the RC4 category a hard time. Opel took the RC4 win at the ADAC Rallye Deutschland in the last four years so I know those footsteps are big ones.”

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Poland takes ERC to the MAX

Tue, 08/07/2018 - 12:00

Rally Poland will feature an all-new stage with a difference when it returns to the FIA European Rally Championship schedule next month.

Mikołajki MAX, run twice on 22 September, starts on gravel roads around the rally’s host town and finishes in the purpose-built Mikołajki Arena – located adjacent to the fully-paved service park – after 9.13 kilometres of action.

Rally Poland Clerk of the Course Krzysztof Maciejewski said: “It starts on the gravel roads around Mikołajki and the finish is placed at the circuit – in front of many fans gathered around the track. This is the very first time we run such a stage. It gives fans a chance to see all of the spectacular rally action at the stage, and then to watch rally mechanics during their work in service park.”

Click here to view the Rally Poland itinerary. Before Rally Poland, Barum Czech Rally Zlín hosts round six of the 2018 ERC season from 24-26 August.

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Advantage ADAC Opel Rallye Junior Team in ERC

Mon, 08/06/2018 - 06:00

The ADAC Opel Rallye Junior Team holds the advantage in the FIA European Rally Championship for Teams following last month’s Rally di Roma Capitale.

It capitalised on a tough event for the Saintéloc Junior Team to move to the top of the rankings by nine points with three events remaining thanks to a one-two in the 2WD classification by Mārtiņš Sesks and Tom Kristensson.

Russian Performance Motorsport and Toksport WRT also scored well in Italy and are third and fourth in the standings respectively.

The 2018 ERC season continues with Barum Czech Rally Zlín from 24-26 August.

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Late twist in store on ERC Barum Czech Rally Zlín

Sun, 08/05/2018 - 06:00

The outcome of this year’s Barum Czech Rally Zlín is set to go down to the wire with the event’s longest stage also forming the closing test of the FIA European Rally Championship counter.

Organisers of the all-asphalt spectacular have scheduled the 24.88-kilometre Kašava stage as the final run on Sunday 26 August, with the action due to get underway from 14h46 local time.

Including Kašava on the itinerary is part of a significant route overhaul for 2018, with some 40 per cent of the route different compared to 2017.

Click here to view the full Barum Czech Rally Zlín itinerary.

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Érdi Jr Zlín-bound eyeing second ERC2 title

Sat, 08/04/2018 - 06:00

Tibor Érdi Jr will head to Barum Czech Rally Zlín later this month eyeing his second consecutive ERC2 title.

Érdi Jr has claimed three wins in the FIA European Rally Championship’s production class so far this season and one more victory would put him out of reach of his title rivals based on the new-for-2018 cost-cutting rule that allows drivers to count their best four scores only.

The Hungarian made it a hat-trick of ERC2 event wins on last month’s Rally di Roma Capitale although it emerged afterwards that his Italian adventure hadn’t gone quite to plan. A brake issued plagued Érdi Jr throughout the first morning and it needed the fitting of a replacement master brake cylinder at final service on Saturday to eradicate the fault.

“We try to defend our ERC2 title on the Barum Rally so we start to check the parts of the car and prepare for the Czech event,” said Érdi Jr. “We have a big chance.”

Érdi Jr will start Barum Czech Rally Zlín on 24 August four points ahead of Sergei Remmenik, who has claimed three seconds plus a third on Rally di Roma Capitale, which he contested in a replacement car after his own Mitsubishi Lancer was damaged beyond immediate repair in testing. Although the Russian was quick to praise the work of his Prospeed mechanics for getting him to the start in Rome, like Érdi Jr his rally wasn’t without problems.

“The fuel pump stopped working a few times and also the differential pump,” said Remennik at the finish in Ostia. “But it’s okay, it’s a finish and we collected some points. The team did a great job to turn a gravel car into a Tarmac car for the rally. It’s incredible.”

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World Rally Car chance for ERC Junior champion Griebel

Fri, 08/03/2018 - 12:00

Marijan Griebel will get the chance of a lifetime when he contests his home round of the FIA World Rally Championship later this month – using part of his prize for winning the FIA ERC Junior Under 28 crown in 2017 to secure the opportunity.

Griebel, winner of the recent German championship ADAC Rallye Wartburg, was offered a one-off drive on a European round of the world championship in a previous-generation World Rally Car by ERC promoter Eurosport Events for winning the category for young stars in R5 cars last season.

At the time he opted to swap that opportunity for an expanded programme of rallies in a PEUGEOT 208 T16 with Eurosport Events’ full blessing. But with his 2018 schedule in the French car adjusted, Griebel has secured a home run on ADAC Rallye Deutschland in a Citroën DS3 WRC instead. It’s the same PH Sport machine he used to win the recent Rallye Lëtzebuerg alongside local co-driver Johny Blom.

“ADAC Rallye Deutschland is in the middle of my home area with everything around 20 kilometres of Hahnweiler where I live so it’s a special event for me,” said Griebel, who will link up with German co-driver Alexander Rath. “After my overall win in Luxemburg, I talked to PH Sport then talked to my sponsors about my idea of doing this special home rally in a very special car. They were all very interested and gave me some additional support. My main sponsor is Armin Kremer but a lot of other people and companies, including Eurosport Events, are involved, too, and this has made the project possible.”

Griebel, 29, won the ERC Junior crown in 2016 driving a Pirelli-equipped Opel ADAM R2, and was rewarded with a drive in a ŠKODA Fabia R5 on the season-closing Cyprus Rally as his prize. After finishing the event second overall on his debut in an R5 car, he secured an ERC Junior Under 28 bid in 2017 driving a Fabia for Baumschlager Rallye & Racing, taking the inaugural title with three wins.

He’s relishing the challenge of contesting ADAC Rallye Deutschland as the only German to do so in a World Rally Car. “It will be even faster and more impressive than an R5 car and, for sure, more fun as well. It’s a good opportunity to learn, to get some media coverage and promote myself for the future. Okay, I don’t have a chance against the drivers in the 2018-specification World Rally Cars but I can run in a really fast car in a WRC field, which is great for me. My aim for the weekend will be to stay on the road, beat all the R5 competitors and finish in the top 10 to get some real world championship points.”

Jean-Baptiste Ley, the ERC Co-ordinator, said: “We’re very pleased Marijan has secured this opportunity and we’re happy to have played a part in helping him turn his plans into reality through the support we have given him for winning the ERC Junior Under 28 title in 2017. Marijan is a fantastic talent so it’s great he has this platform to showcase that to a big audience both nationally and internationally.”

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Habaj has ERC hope

Thu, 08/02/2018 - 09:00

Łukasz Habaj hopes his “tough experiences” on Rally di Roma Capitale will help him when he makes his next FIA European Rally Championship appearance.

The former Polish champion is expected to contest Barum Czech Rally Zlín later this month on the back of a frustrating trip to Italy in mid-July.

“It was a tough rally,” said Habaj. “We got a puncture out of nowhere actually because we didn’t hit anything. But the puncture was not the biggest problem because later on we lost the powersteering in a really fast corner and nearly crashed the car.

“But [on the final day] we were trying different things and it’s nice to be [at the finish]. I will try on another rally, hopefully the pace and experience [from Rome] will help me.”

Barum Czech Rally Zlín takes place from 24-26 August.

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ERC 2018: the season ahead

Wed, 08/01/2018 - 06:00

The 2018 FIA European Rally Championship is building up to an exciting climax with three all-action events in store: Barum Czech Rally Zlín, Rally Poland and Rally Liepāja.

Barum Czech Rally Zlín (24-26 August)

The rally in 100 words: Ever-present in the ERC since the championship’s streamlining in 2004, Barum Czech Rally Zlín is based in the South Moravian university city, 300 kilometres south of the Czech capital Prague. It is a Tarmac test like no other due to the bumpy and sometimes broken nature of the road surface. To add to the challenge, several stages feature high-speed blasts through forests and intermittent showers are always possible. While the weather might be hard to predict, huge numbers of fans follow the action, especially on the opening night-time Zlín superspecial stage. The rally has a long-term contract with the ERC.

What’s new for 2018? Some 40 per cent of the route is different compared to 2017 as the organisers of the 48th Barum Czech Rally Zlín usher in the changes, including the new event-closing Kašava stage, the longest of the rally at 24.88 kilometres. The event will welcome world championship star Dani Sordo for the first time when the Spaniard takes on the demanding Czech stages in a Hyundai i20 R5 for what will be his ERC debut.

Rally Poland (21-23 September)

The rally in 100 words: One of the world’s oldest rallies is back on the ERC calendar in 2018 after a four-year break as Rally Poland replaces Rally Rzeszow as the country’s round of the European championship for its 75th edition. First run in 1921, Rally Poland’s home since 2005 has been Mikołajki in the picturesque Mazurian lake district, a three-hour drive north from the capital Warsaw, where high-speed all-gravel stages are commonplace. And it was in Mikołajki where Kajetan Kajetanowicz first emerged as a major force in the ERC, taking the win in 2013 prior to beginning his record-breaking title treble sequence in 2015.

What’s new for 2018? The Mikołajki MAX test starts on gravel roads around the rally’s host town and finishes in the purpose-built Mikołajki Arena – located adjacent to the fully-paved service park – after 9.13 kilometres of action. There’s also a renewed focus on spectator safety, while the majority of the stages have been altered with Talty selected as the new venue for Free Practice and the Qualifying Stage.

Rally Liepāja (12-14 October)

The rally in 100 words: The brainchild of rally driver turned promoter Raimonds Strokšs and first run to great acclaim in 2013, Rally Liepāja was originally a winter event but switched to the autumn for 2016. The new date effectively made for an all-new rally as crews adjusted to gravel stages free of snow and ice. Although the time of year had changed, the high-speed stages in western Latvia continued to thrill drivers and spectators alike. And with its new format now firmly established, this forward-thinking rally serves as a fitting season finale with Liepāja proving to be a popular destination for fans and competitors.

What’s new for 2018? Again forming part of the Festival of Speed Kurzeme, event organises are keeping details of the route under wraps for now but fans can already buy tickets at the discounted rate, which is valid until 8 October. More details are available here.

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2018 Calendar

22-24 March

Azores Airlines Rallye (Portugal)

3-5 May

Rally Islas Canarias (Spain)

1-3 June

Acropolis Rally (Greece)

15-17 June

Cyprus Rally (Cyprus)

0-22 July

Rally di Roma Capitale (Italy)

24-26 August

Barum Czech Rally Zlín (Czech Republic)

21-23 September

Rally Poland

12-14 October

Rally Liepaja (Lativa)