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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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ERC3 Junior Torn: Three types of rally – Tarmac, Gravel and Barum!

Fri, 08/16/2019 - 18:00

The FIA European Rally Championship’s ERC3 Junior contingent is well aware of the pitfalls of Barum Czech Rally Zlín, with points leader Ken Torn suggesting it’s neither Tarmac nor gravel.

Though technically a sealed surface event, the roads used on Barum Czech Rally Zlín have a reputation for being very low on grip, with cars sliding around and mud being brought onto the surface as drivers make corner cuts.

Erik Cais, one of ACCR Czech Rally Team’s ERC3 Junior talents, might be at his home ERC round, but knows that scoring a good result will be a tricky task, especially after speaking with Torn.

“Getting a good result on the Barum Rally is really challenging because it's such a long and difficult event,” said Cais.

Cais also suggested that ERC3 points leader Torn (Estonian Autosport Junior Team) had summed up the legendary rally best.

“Ken Torn described it to me really well: he said that the types of rally that exist are Tarmac rallies, Gravel rallies and Barum Rally! I think this is absolutely describes this event.”

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Kopecky selects road-leading ERC honour for first Zlin leg

Fri, 08/16/2019 - 16:25

Jan Kopecký will lead the FIA European Rally Championship field into action on Barum Czech Rally Zlín, choosing to go first on the road for Saturday’s eight stages.

2013 ERC champion Kopecký (ŠKODA Motorsport) has four wins on his home event and earned the right to choose first by winning Friday morning’s Qualifying Stage, just beating reigning ERC1 Junior champion Nikolay Gryazin by less than a tenth of a second.

Barum Czech Rally Zlín is a notoriously slippery asphalt event, with mud often brought onto the road with corner cutting, so an early road order position is considered a premium.

That led to the top 15 drivers on the Qualifying Stage choosing a road order position identical to their QS position, starting with Kopecký first, all the way down to Martin Březík (Samohýl ŠKODA Team) in P15.

ERC crews will travel less than a kilometre from Zlin’s town square to the first stage of the rally, a superspecial around central Zlin.

The first ERC car into the Zlin Czech Republic superspecial will leave the start line at 22h36 CET, with live coverage available on ERC Radio.

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Bernardi targets repeat of Canarias on debut Czech ERC outing

Fri, 08/16/2019 - 15:00

Florian Bernardi is still determined to win the FIA European Rally Championship’s ERC3 category this year, and is targeting a repeat of the podium order on his Barum Czech Rally Zlín debut to make it happen.

The two-time ERC3 winner hopes to win the ERC3 title on his second year in the series, driving a Renault Clio R3T prepared by FA Compétition.

Despite his inexperience on the unique low-grip Czech asphalt, Bernardi still has his sights fixed on the top step of the ERC3 podium.

"Since the beginning of the season, our goal has been to win the FIA ​​ERC3 title. To achieve this goal we need to aim for victory in the Czech Republic,” he said.

“The competition is still particularly fierce between the local drivers and our traditional competitors. We will also battle Jean-Baptiste Franceschi and Yohan Rossel, with whom we shared the podium on Rally Islas Canarias early in the season.

“If we could have the same result as in Spain (where Bernardi won, Franceschi was second and Rossel third), I would sign for it right away!”

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Alonso playing catch-up in ERC2 on Zlín debut

Fri, 08/16/2019 - 14:00

Juan Carlos Alonso, one of four title contenders in the FIA European Rally Championship’s ERC2 category, is playing catch-up on Barum Czech Rally Zlín, making his debut on the event while also hoping to make inroads on his title rivals.

Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution X driver Alonso is fourth in the ERC2 standings but has only competed in three events so far this year, while those ahead of him already have four scores on the board, with only the best four results counted at the end of the season.

Despite starting 17 points behind points leader Zelindo Melegari, Alonso’s hand is a strong one heading to Zlín, remaining the only multiple winner in ERC2 this year after five events.

“We thought carefully about our events this year. We thought Rally di Roma Capitale was not an event for us but we are here on Barum Czech Rally Zlín for the first time and really happy to be here, because it's a really demanding rally,” explained Alonso.

Both Alonso’s wins in 2019 came on the gravel-based events of Azores Rallye and Rally Liepāja, while he failed to finish the sealed-surface Rally Islas Canarias.

“The recce was very difficult for us because Tarmac is not our surface. Our last Tarmac run was in Rally Islas Canarias, which is a long time ago!”

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Adielsson targets Arai in ERC1 Junior podium battle

Fri, 08/16/2019 - 13:05

Matias Adielsson has one goal on Barum Czech Rally Zlín: beat FIA ERC1 Junior Championship rival Hiroki Arai to third place in the standings of young stars in R5 cars.

Sweden National Team representative Adielsson – who has switched to an Orsák Rally Sport-prepared Ford Fiesta R5 for this event – begins the rally 15 points ahead of Arai (Team STARD).

Both appear likely to eclipse current third-placed ERC1 Junior Alexandros Tsouloftas – who is not competing in the ERC1 Junior season finale – which sets up a two-way fight for the final podium place in the championship standings.

“We have one mission on this rally: it is to finish and be separate from Arai's points. There is a podium to fight for!” said Adielsson.

Adielsson and Arai qualified P19 and P21 on Friday’s Qualifying Stage respectively, though the Swede was encouraged by his rapid improvement in pace across three runs of the Pohořelice test.

“We have to look at the whole picture. There are very small margins and we are 5.7s from Kopecký, who was fastest and is obviously very, very fast here.

“In the first run of free practice we were almost 2.5s per kilometre (slower), and now we are 1.3s, so the improvement on three runs is good. The car feels perfect. It's just me and Andreas [Johansson, co-driver] just have to do the work.”

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ERC leader Lukyanuk explains Zlin practice accident

Fri, 08/16/2019 - 12:00

FIA European Rally Championship points leader Alexey Lukyanuk (Saintéloc Junior Team) escaped an off-road excursion during free practice for Barum Czech Rally Zlín, after going off into a field.

Lukyanuk took his Saintéloc Junior Team-run Citroën C3 R5 off-road during the second pass of the Pohořelice free practice test, which also doubled up as the Qualifying Stage on which he set the third-quickest time.

But luckily for Lukyanuk, his trip wide at a medium left only sent him into a shallow ditch on the edge of a field, and was pushed back onto the road by spectators.

"Yes, luckily it was a very soft off-road excursion, so not bad. [There was] no damage to the car," explained the reigning ERC champion.

"I'm building feeling with these tyres; you cannot brake as hard as you feel. It was good to check it on the free practice and not have any big problems!"

Photo: Rallypl

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Březík beats ERC3 title contenders in Zlín qualifying

Fri, 08/16/2019 - 11:02

Adam Březík used his local knowledge to great effect on the Qualifying Stage of Barum Czech Rally Zlín, going fastest of the FIA ERC3 Championship runners and ahead of a trio of ERC3 Junior title contenders.

Former downhill mountain biker Březík was 0.478s ahead of Jean-Baptiste Franceschi, who topped the Qualifying Stage times amongst the FIA ERC3 Junior Championship runners.

Driving an Orsak Rally Sport-prepared M-Sport Ford Fiesta R2T, Franceschi was 0.688s up on ACCR Czech Rally Team’s Erik Cais, who also competes in a Pirelli-shod Fiesta R2T.

The first of three contenders for the ERC3 Junior title went fourth quickest, as Sindre Furuseth (Saintéloc Junior Team) went only 0.025s slower than Cais in his Peugeot 208 R2.

Peugeot Rally Academy’s Yohan Rossel, who competes in the senior ERC3 category, split Furseth and ERC3 Junior points leader Ken Torn (Estonian Autosport Junior Team) in fifth place.

Torn needs only 18 points in the ERC3 Junior classification this weekend to guarantee himself the spoils and the pair of ERC1 Junior prize drives in R5 machinery next year.

Behind seventh-fastest Florian Bernardi, the last of the ERC3 Junior title contenders, Efrén Llarena (Rally Team Spain), was eighth quickest, 2.184s off Březík’s benchmark.

Czech pair Jan Talaš (ACCR Czech Rally Team) and Petr Semerád (GO+CARS GO+Eauto) completed the top 10 ERC3 runners.

Photo: Chris Rawes

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Kopecky kicks off ERC Zlin win defence by topping Qualifying

Fri, 08/16/2019 - 10:34

Reigning four-time Barum Czech Rally Zlín winner Jan Kopecký (ŠKODA Motorsport) began his home round of the FIA European Rally Championship on top, going fastest on Friday’s Qualifying Stage.

2013 ERC champion Kopecký was made to work hard for fastest time by reigning ERC1 Junior champion Nikolay Gryazin (Sports Racing Technologies), who clocked in only 0.075s behind.

Overall ERC points leader Alexey Lukyanuk survived an off into a ditch during free practice to go third fastest on the Qualifying Stage, 1.118s off second-placed Gryazin.

Filip Mareš (ACCR Czech Rally Team) has taken the first scalp in his ERC1 Junior title battle with Toksport WRT’s Chris Ingram, going fourth quickest despite running wide at one corner that cost him “maybe one second”.

Ingram meanwhile only managed P13 and will be amongst the last drivers to choose their road order position later today. With mud often kicked up from frequent corner cutting, a higher road order is often of benefit in Zlín to avoid the most slippery conditions.

Czech drivers put their specialist knowledge to good use by populating most of the top 10, with Mareš followed by Tomáš Kostka (Kresta Racing) and Václav Pech (EuroOil - Invelt Team) in fifth and sixth, while Jan Černý (Mogul Auto Šidlo ŠKODA Team) and Miroslav Jakeš (Samohýl ŠKODA Team) went eighth and ninth fastest respectively.

Miko Marczyk (ŠKODA Polska Motorsport) once again displayed his prodigious talent, the ERC1 Junior driver going seventh quickest on his first ERC event outside Poland. He had also been third fastest in second free practice.

Gryazin’s ERC overall title-contending Sports Racing Technologies team-mate Łukasz Habaj completed the top 10 times on the Qualifying Stage.

The ceremonial start formally kicks off the rally in Zlín’s city square at 16h00 CET, followed by the opening Zlín Czech Republic superspecial at 21h15 CET.

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Early stoppage for ERC Junior Wagner delays Zlin Qualifying

Fri, 08/16/2019 - 09:33

Simon Wagner’s preparations for his ERC1 Junior debut on Barum Czech Rally Zlín have been disrupted by a small off during free practice, with the Qualifying Stage now set to start 20 minutes later than scheduled.

Wagner went off on the 4.4 kilometre Pohořelice Barum free practice stage – which also doubles up as the Qualifying Stage – and needed his ŠKODA Fabia R5 Evo towed clear.

Due to the brief stoppage to clear Wagner’s car, the Qualifying Stage start has now been pushed back to 09h55 CET.

Four-time Barum Czech Rally Zlín winner Jan Kopecký was fastest in FP1 in a factory-run ŠKODA Fabia R5 Evo.

Kopecký was 1.435s ahead of reigning ERC1 Junior champion Nikolay Gryazin in second, who is taking up the second of his prize drives from series promoter Eurosport Events for his title success last year.

ERC Radio Reporters Julian Porter and Chris Rawes will be broadcasting live from the Qualifying Stage at 09h30 CET. Click here to listen live.

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Munster aims for “positive” ERC Junior finale

Fri, 08/16/2019 - 09:00

Grégoire Munster wants to end his maiden FIA ERC3 Junior Championship campaign on a “positive note” following a season of mixed results in the Pirelli-supported category.

The ADAC Opel Rallye Junior Team driver has been fast but frequently out of luck in his Opel ADAM R2.

After a dominant victory in an ADAC Opel Rallye Cup in Germany last weekend, makes his second Barum Czech Rally Zlín start with his confidence boosted, particularly following his strong display in a ŠKODA Fabia R5 on Finland’s round of the world championship earlier this month.

“Our motivation to deliver a good performance at the ERC Junior season final couldn’t be higher,” said the Belgian. “Louis [Louka] and I showed an encouraging pace during the last event in Rome but unfortunately were not able to transform it into the expected result.

“At the Barum Czech Rally Zlín we will try to show the same good pace and finish our ERC Junior experience on a positive note. While we have experienced the extremely high level of competition in the ERC3 Junior Championship we have also gained the conviction that we are capable of keeping the high pace if we get our act together. We will do everything to prove this during our last outing in the ADAC Opel Rallye Junior Team.”

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Cais schooled for home ERC Junior run

Fri, 08/16/2019 - 06:00

Erik Cais will make his second Barum Czech Rally Zlín start this week – one year on from a debut performance that signalled his emergence as a rally driver following a prolific career in downhill mountain bike racing.

Cais was leading the RC4 category until a puncture on the penultimate stage dropped him to fifth in class.

It led to him being called up by his national federation-backed ACCR Czech Rally Team to contest this season’s Pirelli-supported FIA ERC3 Junior Championship and he starts his home event boosted by a breakthrough podium on the last round in Italy and a strong showing on the Polish championship Rally Rzeszów last weekend.

“Rally Rzeszów was my test for Barum and for sure it helped to work on the set-up,” the 20-year-old Cais explained. “It was going pretty well, and I had good speed before I had to stop with damage to the car. But everything is fine for Barum.

“It’s going to be little stressful this week because there are a lot of people I know, and people expect. It was going well on my debut in Zlín last year, but I think it will be much harder this year because there will be more competition and a lot of really fast guys. I am hoping for rain because I know the roads and I know what to expect in difficult conditions.”

Ahead of this week’s Barum Czech Rally Zlín, Cais, co-driver Jindřiška Žáková and team boss Jaroslav Orsák took part in a promotional video filmed at his school, the Střední průmyslová škola polytechnická – Centrum odborné přípravy Zlín. Watch the ERC’s Facebook Live from 15h30 CET to find out what happened.

Photo: Julian Porter/ERC Radio

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2019 Calendar

21-23 March

Azores Airlines Rallye (Portugal)

02-04 May

Rally Islas Canarias (Spain)

24-26 May

Rally Liepāja (Latvia)

28-30 June

76th Rally Poland

19-21 July

Rally di Roma Capitale (Italy)

16-18 August

Barum Czech Rally Zlín

27-29 September

Cyprus Rally

08-10 November

Rally Hungary