The season 2015 of the WRC comes to an end. The Rally of Wales was drawn as the last and muddy obstacle to finish a World Rally that brings all of decided to their sections. The last test is synonymous with the last specific test and as is logical, the manufacturers present in the championship have done their homework. M-Sport with its two pilots, Citroen and Hyundai have been particularly active, although they have also had their days of work pilots, and private computers such as Lorenzo Bertelli and PH-Sport. to Get feeling with sections very muddy is key.
Ott Tanak has had a few test positive, at least in comparison with those made with the last week around the headquarters of M-Sport. That test ended so rugged as Ott Tanak suffered a rollover. On this occasion, has been able to work without problems. For his part, Elfyn Evans has also completed a day of testing of face-to-rally house. Lorenzo Bertelli has also tested his Fiesta RS WRC in sections similar to those of the forests of Myherin. The Italian has a special affection for the Rally of Wales and you want to close the year with a good result.
Kris Meeke also competes at home, in a few stretches that you know very well. Despite this, pilot officer Citroën has been at the controls of the DS3 WRC to be prepared to fight for the podium. Mads Ostberg has also been taking their particular contact with a few muddy stretches that resemble those that make up the test. PH-Sport, partner, Citroën has also worked with their drivers in WRC2 and WRC3, while Hyundai has had its first day of test, with Hayden Paddon, your bet alternative to fight for the runners-up of builders.