The Junior WRC has returned to its traditional format with the Ford Fiesta R2T from the hand of M-Sport and the tyre manufacturer DMACK. The era Citroën has fallen behind in the JWRC and with it the massive presence of French pilots, who gives way to a list of entries with the presence of pilots of different nations, which represent the leading european schools and also to South America and Central america. For the moment, a dozen pilots from all over the world have sealed their registration, having some names to follow closely during the season 2017.
it Is difficult to speak of favorites at the time of fight both for wins partial every two rallies as per the title all of the JWRC. All in all, the winners of these pairs of rallies and the championship will receive two entries in the WRC2 in 2018, prize without will encourage the younger riders to achieve success. Between the same and despite what has been said include the French Terry Folb, fourth in the Junior WRC in 2016, and Nicholas Ciamin, fully adapted to the Ford Fiesta R2 after participating in the Drive DMACK Fiesta Trophy a couple of seasons.
Rob Duggan will try to attack the title after becoming Junior Champion british, while German Julius Tannert it will also be one of the talents to keep in mind after competing in the European Junior Championships with a great level. The Estonian Miko Niinemae, Georgian Shalva Tsikhelashvili and the Swedish Denis Radstrom are three other pilots key european, while from the other side of the ‘puddle’ are two drivers that hope to give more of a surprise. This is the bolivian Sebastian Careaga and the mexican Miguel Medina. All in all, we expect some last minute confirmation before the start of the JWRC in Corsica.