¡he Began the work! The Monte carlo Rally, and therefore the start of the season 2016 is very near, and manufacturers are started to accumulate miles in the face of this peculiar test. Lorenzo Bertelli and the team name of the M-Sport have already been able to test the Ford Fiesta RS WRC in stretches similar to those you will find in the test-held in the vicinity of the Gap. Also the pilots of Hyundai have worked with the i20 WRC 2016 preparing the Monte carlo Rally, although Hayden Paddon has only been able to rise to the World Rally Car of 2015.
Mads Ostberg has returned to driving the Fiesta RS WRC, a vehicle that has evolved in great measure in his absence. In addition to retrieving sensations, these first tests we have served the Norwegian working with Emil Axelsson. The former co-pilot Pontus Tidemand could be the dance partner of Ostberg in 2016, while Jonas Andersson would be very close to perform the reverse path and be co-pilot of the own Tidemand. For his part, Eric Camilli is learning to forced marches on the World Rally Car, while Lorenzo Bertelli has also amassed its first kilometres next to Simone Scattolin.
Without much change of co-drivers and with conditions more typical of the
Monte carlo Rally, has also begun its test Hyundai Motorsport.
Searching for the snow and the icy patches so characteristic of the
test, Thierry Neuville and Dani Sordo have been able to work with the Hyundai
i20 WRC 2016, while Hayden Paddon has done so with a unit of
2015. The pace of both cars looks different and lack of
find the real competition, you could say that the new i20
WRC has taken several steps forward with respect to its predecessor.
next step for Hyundai will be to move to Scandinavia to test the
i20 WRC 2016 on snow, following the path marked by Volkswagen
Motorsport. The German team has been this week in Sweden testing
on the target element, but not with the model that will be used in 2016
to compete in the rally of this country, but with the Polo R WRC 2017. Ogier has been the protagonist of this test, rolling in
conditions day and night, although the weight of the development of the
model 2017 for the moment what leads Marcus Gronholm, tester
Volkswagen and former champion of the WRC.