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Loof learns good in ERC

Sun, 11/28/2021 - 06:00

Nick Loof completed his season of learning in the FIA European Rally Championship by securing third place in the provisional ERC3 Junior standings.

Loof placed sixth in the Pirelli-supported category on Rally Islas Canarias last weekend, which was enough to deny Martin László by four points after the Hungarian finished one place higher in the final classification.

It was Loof’s first season of international competition, but despite his lack of experience, the 20-year-old from Germany scored two ERC3 Junior podiums in the Orsák Rallysport Ford Fiesta Rally4 he shared with co-driver Hugo Magalhães.

“It was quite a tough rally and really hard to get the good rhythm and that was our goal when the stages were repeated in the afternoon,” Loof said. “Our progress was quite good and we were getting closer and closer every stage. The feeling in the car was also good but the rally was a whole new experience for me with a lot of connecting corners. At the same time it was a lot of fun and nice to drive.”

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Alonso: ERC return really wonderful

Sat, 11/27/2021 - 06:00

Juan Carlos Alonso described his return to the FIA European Rally Championship on Rally Islas Canarias as “really wonderful”.

The 2019 ERC2 champion was making a one-off comeback to the ERC before he focuses on his work and national championship commitments in his native Argentina.

After finishing a fine P14 on his debut in the ERC’s top-level category for Rally2 cars, Alonso, who was co-driven by Juan Pablo Monasterolo, said: “It was really wonderful to be here and to finish the rally. The car, my co-driver, everything was perfect. Step by step the weekend was perfect for us. We will miss the ERC very much, it’s like a family, but we enjoyed every stage.”

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FIA Global Rally Ranking to build bridges for all rally drivers and co-drivers worldwide including ERC aces

Fri, 11/26/2021 - 18:00

The FIA is delighted to announce the forthcoming launch of the FIA Global Rally Ranking, a project supported by the FIA Innovation Fund.

New for 2022, with an inaugural publication in the first quarter of the year, the FIA Global Rally Ranking will compare the results of drivers and co-drivers on events at international, regional and national level competing in cars from the FIA Rally Cars Pyramid, which will strengthen the links within the rally community worldwide.

Drivers and co-drivers will be ranked using a calculation formula based on a championship coefficient system, which also takes into account overall position points and class points linked to the number of starters per event.

As is the case in other sports such as tennis and golf, there will be no winner, but a new ranking each week. The FIA Global Rally Ranking will be published at 18h00 CET every Wednesday at FIA.com with drivers and co-drivers striving to reach and remain at the top.

The results of rallies registered on the FIA international calendar taking place from October 15, 2021, and national events from January 1, 2022, will be included in the FIA Global Rally Ranking calculation. The results of an eligible rally are factored in during the 365 days following the publication of the official classification. Only the best 12 results by a driver and co-driver will be considered during a 365-day period.

ASNs can designate up to two national championships according to eligibility criteria detailed in the FIA Global Rally Ranking Regulations 10 days prior to an event taking place. They also reserve the right for a national championship to no longer be included in the FIA Global Rally Ranking providing a 90-day notice is given. Drivers and co-drivers also have the right not to be listed. While they will be invisible, their points will continue to be attributed.

Yves Matton, FIA Rally Director, said: “The FIA Global Rally Ranking will provide a great opportunity to highlight the achievements of all eligible drivers and co-drivers but also showcase events on a worldwide basis. It’s been a long-standing ambition at the FIA to create tangible links within the rally family at international, regional and national level, particularly when we consider most cars are eligible at all levels, such as Rally2. Furthermore, many drivers are competing in multiple championships, while rally is one of the few sports where it’s possible for amateur crews to compete on the same events as their idols.

“By launching the FIA Global Rally Ranking, we are also strengthening the FIA Rally Sporting Pyramid and FIA Rally Cars Pyramid, which provide a clear ladder of progression from the grassroots to the very top of the sport. With FIA championships and FIA-sanctioned events receiving a greater points-weighting, we hope more drivers and co-drivers will compete within the FIA framework, that they will do so more often and that more rally organisers will consider running FIA-sanctioned events.

“Underpinning the FIA Global Rally Ranking is a bespoke software system that not only calculates the results with complete accuracy, but guarantees the rankings are presented on time each week using a platform that’s totally reliable and easy to understand. The support of the FIA Innovation Fund has been integral in the realisation of this project.”

The first FIA Global Rally Ranking will be published in the first quarter of 2022. Click here to view the ranking’s regulations.

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The ERC champions of 2021: Jean-Baptiste Franceschi**

Fri, 11/26/2021 - 12:00

Jean-Baptiste Franceschi secured a dream FIA ERC3/ERC3 Junior title double** on Rally Islas Canarias following a season-long performance that underlined his ability and potential as a future world champion.

FIA ERC3 champion driver, FIA ERC3 Junior champion**

Part of the Toksport WRT line-up that secured the FIA European Rally Championship for Teams**, the 25-year-old from France drove a Pirelli-equipped Renault Clio Rally4 to two wins in ERC3 and three in ERC3 Junior alongside co-driver Anthony Gorguilo.

“I still can’t believe it, I’m still dreaming and, to be honest, I’m lost for words because it’s the dream I had since the start of the season,” said Franceschi. “Of course we had a strong season but at the same time some difficult moments. But finally we did it and this is the result of a lot of work with Toksport and Renault Sport. It’s just amazing and I’m so, so happy. It’s a dream season, to do a full season in ERC is just crazy.”

Despite the successful outcome, Franceschi’s campaign got off to a troubled start when he retired his all-new Clio Rally4 on ORLEN 77th Rally Poland following a mechanical issue. However, that disappointment simply provided added motivation for the subsequent events on gravel and asphalt.

“After Poland I was thinking it was going to be very difficult because the car was completely new. But we developed the car in each rally and now the car is so amazing and on Rally Islas Canarias it was absolutely perfect. From Poland to the end of the season it’s absolutely amazing what we did.”

Franceschi’s prize for winning the Pirelli-supported FIA ERC3 Junior Championship is a step up to the ERC Junior Championship and a guaranteed three rounds in a M-Sport Poland-run Ford Fiesta Rally3 on Pirelli tyres with the option available to expand that programme to a full campaign.

Asked what this meant to his career prospects, Franceschi said: “To be honest I don’t know because I still can’t believe it!  I need some time to realise what has happened and what we did. For sure it’s a good step for me because next season we will drive the Ford Festa Rally3, a four-wheel-drive car and that’s just amazing. I will do my maximum to prepare for next season.”

Jean-Baptiste Franceschi’s standout moment of 2021
“The Pindula night stage on Barum Czech Rally Zlín was amazing when I took all that time, that was very important for winning ERC3 Junior on that rally. But there were so many amazing memories although one special moment was the victory on Rally Liepāja. It was just after Poland so it was a really important result. But when I look back all the season was amazing.”

**Subject to confirmation of the results by the FIA

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ERC Canarias regular Lemes scores in all-new Hyundai

Fri, 11/26/2021 - 06:00

This is Yeray Lemes in action in the all-new Hyundai i20 N Rally2 on last week’s Rally Islas Canarias.

A regular in the car’s predecessor, the Hyundai i20 R5, Lemes placed 10th overall on the 2021 FIA European Rally Championship season decider, his home event.

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Bonato advice helps Fotia to Canaris ERC double

Thu, 11/25/2021 - 18:00

Rally Islas Canarias rookie Anthony Fotia said advice from Yoann Bonato and Bonato’s co-driver Benjamin Boulloud was key to his double ERC success last weekend.

Fotia and co-driver Arnaud Dunand partnered Bonato and Boulloud in the French CHL Sport Auto team on the deciding round of the 2021 FIA European Rally Championship.

While Fotia and Dunand were competing on the Las Palmas event for the first time, Bonato and Boulloud had experience from their run to second overall on Rally Islas Canarias in 2020 to count on.

Following his ERC3/ERC3 Junior victory double, French Renault Clio Rally4 driver Fotia said of Bonato and Boulloud: “They gave us a lot of help, all their advice was really important.”

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Feofanov’s second best in ERC2

Thu, 11/25/2021 - 12:00

Dmitry Feofanov completed a hugely successful second season in the FIA ERC2 Championship with third place in class on Rally Islas Canarias, a result that secured the runner-up spot in the provisional standings.

The Latvia-based driver has been on fine form throughout the season, shrugging off his limited experience to post a number of impressive results, including a breakthrough maiden ERC2 category victory on Rally Liepāja in July.

He started Rally Islas Canarias in the fight for the ERC2 title with Javier Pardo only for a puncture on leg one to wreck his hopes of championship success.

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It’s Cruz time as Enrique shines in ERC

Thu, 11/25/2021 - 06:00

It was a case of double delight for top local driver Enrique Cruz on Rally Islas Canarias last weekend.

One year on from his debut in the FIA European Rally Championship on the all-Tarmac event, when he finished in 15th position, Cruz placed a fine fifth overall in his Ford Fiesta Rally2.

In doing so, Cruz scored a fifth victory of the season in the Canary Islands championship to successfully defend his title from 2020.

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History-making ERC champion** co-driver Fernandez ready for more

Wed, 11/24/2021 - 12:00

Sara Fernández said becoming the first woman to win the FIA European Rally Championship for Co-Drivers** was a “big step” in her career with her focus now on becoming even better.

Her second place on Rally Islas Canarias alongside driver Efrén Llarena was enough to clinch the prestigious title by a two-point margin ahead of Szymon Gospodarzyk from Poland.

After the event, the 36-year-old Spaniard said: “I feel very happy and I want to say thank you to all my team, all the mechanics and engineer and Rallye Team Spain for all their support. It’s the prize for everything not only for me and I want to say thank you Efrén because he is very young and very fast. For me I have to learn more to improve but this is big step for me.”

Llarena, who finished runner-up to Andreas Mikkelsen in the provisional ERC Drivers’ standings, added: “We needed to fight for the Co-Drivers’ championship and we did it, I am so happy for Sara and all the team. I am working with Sara from five years ago, we start to improve both together. I am sure that she is the best co-driver in Europe or in the world.”

**Subject to confirmation of the results by the FIA

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Campedelli shows more ERC pace for Team MRF Tyres

Wed, 11/24/2021 - 09:00

Simone Campedelli demonstrated plenty of pace as he finished fourth overall on his Rally Islas Canarias debut last weekend.

Driving for Team MRF Tyres, Campedelli was competing in his Škoda Fabia Rally2 Evo on asphalt for the second time but impressed throughout, overcoming the challenge of Canary Islands champion Enrique Cruze to finish 14.4s behind third placed Miko Marczyk.

“The top four – a step higher than Hungary,” said Campedelli, who was co-driven by Tania Canton. “It was a proper Tarmac rally. It was a positive rally for MRF Tyres. We are proud to have been consistent during the rally. We pushed a lot and set many times inside the top five.

“We are so proud of MRF Tyres with the level of development they have achieved in just a short time. We could not expect this positive environment and effort from everyone.

“We have more experience and we know where our limits are and what is positive. In the last couple of months, we have brought everything to MRF Tyres for positive results but we must aim for higher next year!”

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Who won what and how they stand in ERC

Wed, 11/24/2021 - 06:00

Last weekend’s 45th Rally Islas Canarias provided a fitting finale to the 2021 FIA European Rally Championship.

Click HERE for a reminder of who won what and click HERE for the provisional standings after eight all-action rounds.

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ERC2 champion** Pardo to star on Eurosport’s ERC All Access show tonight

Tue, 11/23/2021 - 18:00

Javier Pardo, who secured the FIA ERC2 Championship title** for 2021 with an unprecedented sixth class victory on Rally Islas Canarias last weekend, will be the star attraction on the ERC All Access magazine programme on Eurosport tonight.

As well as highlights of the 2021 ERC season decider, ERC All Access goes behind the scenes with Pardo, co-driver Adrián Pérez and their Suzuki Motor Ibérica team as they bid to clinch the production-based title on their home event.

The programme covers the dramatic moment when Pardo’s Suzuki Swift R4LLY S loses power and also features the scenes of celebration at the finish.

Tonight’s ERC All Access ends with a spectacular sequence of onboard footage and images captured by the ERC’s camera in the sky. There’s also a wrap up of the provisional ERC title winners.

The final ERC All Access will be shown on Eurosport at 23h00 CET today (Tuesday November 23) but viewers are advised to check listings for full details.

**Subject to confirmation of the results by the FIA

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Discovery Sports Events successfully completes tenure as ERC promoter as it switches focus to developing its electric motorsport activities

Tue, 11/23/2021 - 12:00

Rally Islas Canarias, which finished on Sunday, not only marked the deciding round of the 2021 FIA European Rally Championship, but the final rally of Discovery Sports Events’ (formerly Eurosport Events) tenure as ERC promoter under a long-term agreement with motorsport’s world governing body, the FIA.

With Discovery Sports Events preparing to pass the baton to WRC Promoter to write the next exciting chapter in the long-running and hugely successful history of the FIA European Rally Championship, Jean-Baptiste Ley, the ERC Co-ordinator, reflects on what has been achieved and celebrated since 2013.

“It was a great honour for Eurosport Events to be appointed promoter of the ERC by the FIA but also a reflection of the great job we did on the Intercontinental Rally Challenge for seven years beforehand.

“We look back on the last nine years with a real sense of pride and satisfaction. We set several goals and over-achieved in all areas thanks to the incredible efforts of our team but also thanks to the cooperation of so many people and organisations, such as the FIA, the teams, drivers, suppliers, manufacturers, ASNs, rally organisers, partners, journalists, photographers and broadcasters.

“From the outset we established a strong and successful partnership with the FIA, we delivered an extremely consistent and attractive sporting, commercial and marketable product that was also economically viable for a wide range of competitors and a fantastic platform for customer racing departments and tyre companies.

“We gave the opportunity for more than 150 young talents to step up from national level and experience international competition – often for the first time – in our ERC Junior categories, which we created in 2014 and watched with delight as they set new standards in the sport thanks to their accessibility and the incentives that were offered. We have also watched a number of drivers step up to the World Rally Championship or progress their careers at a higher level in the series after gaining experience in the ERC.

“In signing off after nine memorable seasons we wish to thank the FIA for the trust they put in us and everyone who contributed to the tremendous success of the ERC. We now wish WRC Promoter every success in building on what has already been achieved while maintaining the ERC’s positioning in line with the FIA Rally Sporting Pyramid. Bringing the promotion of international rallying under one roof is very sensible and logical and we have every confidence in WRC Promoter and the job they will do for many seasons to come.

“For Discovery Sports Events, the focus switches to developing its electric motorsport activities.”

Here’s a reminder of just some of what’s been achieved and celebrated during the last nine seasons.

From 2013 to 2021: Eurosport Events was appointed promoter of the ERC for the 2013 season

80 rounds: During that time, Eurosport Events oversaw the promotion of 80 rounds of the ERC

20 rallies: Eurosport Events worked in partnership with the organisers of 20 different rallies

17 countries: Those events took place in 17 countries

9 appearances: Rally Liepāja took place in each of the nine seasons Eurosport Events was ERC promoter, the only event to do so after the COVID-19 pandemic led to the cancellation of several rallies

1210 teams: A total of 1210 teams entered drivers or co-drivers on ERC events between 2013-2021

1207 unique drivers: The number of unique drivers and co-drivers stands at 1207

6 champions: Eurosport Events celebrated six different outright ERC champions

6561 broadcast hours: Between 2013-2019, 6561 hours of ERC coverage was shown by broadcasters around the world

ERC CHAMPIONS 2013-2021
2013: Jan Kopecký (Czech Republic)
2014: Esapekka Lappi (Finland)
2015: Kajetan Kajetanowicz (Poland)
2016: Kajetan Kajetanowicz (Poland)
2017: Kajetan Kajetanowicz (Poland)
2018: Alexey Lukyanuk (Russia)
2019: Chris Ingram (Great Britain)
2020: Alexey Lukyanuk (Russia
2021: Andreas Mikkelsen (Norway)*
*Subject to confirmation of the results by the FIA

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There’s much more to come, says ERC ace Marczyk

Tue, 11/23/2021 - 06:00

Miko Marczyk reckons his “biggest successes” are still to come after he narrowly missed out on finishing runner to Andreas Mikkelsen in the FIA European Rally Championship rankings.

ORLEN Team driver Marczyk has been on strong form throughout the 2021 ERC season with third place on his home event, ORLEN 77th Rally Poland and a career-high second on Rally Hungary last month. He rounded out his campaign by completing the top three on Rally Islas Canarias on Saturday.

Marczyk was also the best-placed ERC-MICHELIN Talent Factory member in the provisional standings after six rounds, which earned him the full allocation of MICHELIN tyres for the final two events of the season.

Away from the ERC, the 26-year-old and co-driver Szymon Gospodarczyk claimed their second Polish championship title.

“I’m very happy because it was a great season for us, probably one of the best in my career because of the development and progress we did is impressive from my perspective,” Marczyk said. “I’m happy because this year we are Polish champions and additionally we are in the third place in the European Rally Championship in the overall classification and we are are also the winner of the ERC-MICHELIN Talent Factory prize.

“We were fighting with Efrén [Llarena] and Sara [Fernández] to the end of this rally and I hope it was interesting for all the fans. Efrén and Sara were very fast and they deserve it and in such a big fight it’s not a problem [not to beat them]. We have a lot of new experience from this season and I hope the biggest successes are ahead of us and we will achieve them in the future.”

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ERC team Sainteloc takes world title with Rossel**

Mon, 11/22/2021 - 18:00

Leading FIA European Rally Championship entrant Saintéloc Junior Team had double reason to celebrate last weekend.

As well as guiding Alexey Lukyanuk and Alexey Arnautov to victory on Rally Islas Canarias, Saintéloc driver Yohan Rossel claimed the FIA World Rally Championship WRC3 title on ACI Rally Monza, just edging out three-time ERC champion Kajetan Kajetanowicz.

Rossel also made selected ERC appearances earlier in his career, which means the winners of the WRC2 (Andreas Mikkelsen), WRC3 (Rossel) and Junior WRC (Sami Pajari) titles** all have experience of competing in the ERC, the established training ground to the sport’s top level.

**Subject to confirmation of the results by the FIA

Photo: Facebook.com/YohanRossel

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Why Llarena was two times on the limit in ERC

Mon, 11/22/2021 - 12:00

Efrén Llarena has explained why he was “on the limit” before as well as during Rally Islas Canarias, the eighth and final round of the 2021 FIA European Rally Championship.

After securing second place on the Tarmac event to clinch the runner-up spot in the provisional ERC standings behind champion Andreas Mikkelsen**, the Rallye Team Spain ace revealed the financial struggles he’s faced to complete the 2021 season.

“We are so happy,” said Llarena, who is co-driven by Sara Fernández. “It was really hard to be here, we were just on the limit to not come. Okay after that we tried to do our best and we started the rally very well, we take the second position in the first stage and continue all the rally in the second position.

“In the last stage we need to fight for the Co-Drivers’ championship [for Sara] and we did it and I’m really happy for Sara and all the team.”

Visit FIAERC.com soon for more on Sara Fernández’s history-making capture of the FIA European Rally Championship for Co-Drivers**

**Subject to confirmation of the results by the FIA

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Four for Torn: Estonian claims and ERC Junior quartet

Mon, 11/22/2021 - 06:00

Ken Torn made it four wins from six starts in the FIA ERC Junior Championship with an unchallenged class victory on Rally Islas Canarias last weekend.

The Estonian graduated to ERC Junior for 2021 as the reigning ERC3 Junior champion and made full use of his prize drive in an M-Sport Poland Ford Fiesta Rally3 by taking the first ERC Junior title for Rally3 cars.

“It was a nice rally and we are here at the finish and the car is like new so it’s a good way to end the weekend,” said Torn, who is co-driven by compatriot Kauri Pannass. “We did a lot of pacenote changes but it was getting better and better and after we adjusted our pacenotes we could improve our pace on the first afternoon. There was some oil on the road after a few kilometes [on the penultimate stage] probably from the Suzuki [of Joan Vinyes] but luckily we are here.”

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ERC experience helped secure World crown, says Junior runner-up Pajari

Sun, 11/21/2021 - 18:00

Sami Pajari might have missed out on the FIA ERC3 Junior Championship by a five-point margin to Jean-Baptiste Franceschi but has been quick to highlight the role the category played in helping him win the FIA Junior WRC title earlier this season.

Pajari started Rally Islas Canarias locked in a tight battle with Franceschi to land the Pirelli-supported ERC3 Junior crown at his first attempt but just missed out on overall glory, despite finishing ahead of his French rival on the Tarmac counter.

“A couple of events should’ve gone better in the middle of the season for a better shot at the European championship, but still the ERC season did what it was for and helped a lot with the Junior WRC season,” said Pajari, who drove a Ford Fiesta Rally4. “Especially the asphalt events in ERC gave crucial experience and allowed us to find the next level of speed on that surface.”

The ERC is the established feeder series to the FIA World Rally Championship and provides the opportunity for a host of stars to step up to the sport’s top tier each season.

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ERC3/ERC3 Junior champion Franceschi still dreaming**

Sun, 11/21/2021 - 12:00

Jean-Baptiste Franceschi said he was “still dreaming” after he clinched the FIA ERC3 and FIA ERC3 Junior titles** on Rally Islas Canarias.

Franceschi edged Pep Bassas to the former and Sami Pajari to the latter following a controlled drive in the Renault Clio Rally4 he shared with co-driver Anthony Gorguilo.

“I can’t believe it, I have to find the words,” said the Pirelli-equipped Toksport WRT ace. “Of course I want to thank my team and Renault sport for trusting me all this season, this is amazing. I am still dreaming.”

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Garcia’s winning return in ERC Abarth Rally Cup

Sun, 11/21/2021 - 06:00

Carlos David García marked his return to the FIA European Rally Championship and the Abarth Rally Cup by winning the one-make category on Rally Islas Canarias yesterday.

He moved ahead when title winner Dariusz Poloński stopped with an electrical issue on Friday’s second stage and remained in front to the finish.

“The stages were very good for me, the car was also very good and I am very happy with this result for my first ERC rally since 2019,” García said afterwards.

Poloński, meanwhile, restarted on Saturday morning and finished second in class.

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SS-14 Rally Poland 100th Anniversary
- ORLEN 77. Rally Poland

2021 Calendar

18-20.06.

ORLEN 77th Rally Poland

01-03.07.

Rally Liepāja

23-25.07.

Rally di Roma Capitale

27-29.08.

Czech Rally Zlín

16-18.09

Azores Rallye

01-03.10.

Rally Serras de Fafe e Felgueiras

22-24.10.

Rally Hungary

18-20.11.

Rally Islas Canarias