The Baja Aragon has opened its doors with a small assault of 9.5 km in the form of a foreword that in the case of the category of cars was essential as the end result determined the order of choice of the position of the output face to the stage on Saturday. Knowing this detail, Nasser Al-Attiyah has scored the scratch in ‘Valdecedro’ lead of 12.9 seconds to Xevi Pons. Third, for its part, has been Nani Roma in his debut competitive with the Toyota Hilux V8, while Carlos Sainz has had to be satisfied with the fourth position.
In the order set by these results, the car you have chosen your starting position facing the decisive stage of the Saturday in the face 266 kilometres against the clock. Ricardo Porem will be in charge of opening track while Nasser Al-Attiyah has opted out in fifth position, behind the backs of ‘Orly’ Terranova, Mikko Hirvonen and spaniard Nani Roma, but ahead of Xavi Pons and Carlos Sainz. A departure order thus fairly neutral in which Al-Attiyah plays in two bands if the rain makes an appearance in Teruel.
For his part, Joan Barreda has been the fastest rider in the bike category after marking a time of 6:00.2. The official pilot of HRC has excelled in 2.6 seconds with Gerard Farrés in a home well matched, as Xavier de Soultrait has been three seconds slower. Michael Metge has finished fourth, while Joan Pedrero has left with 20.7 seconds. Finally, in the truck category, victory in the prologue has been for Martin Kolomy with the Comes with a minimum lead of 0.9 seconds with respect to Martin Macik.