Parallel to the celebration of the Rally of Portugal WRC, this order
week was played in France in the second test of the 208 Rally Cup, the Rally of
Antibes. Four Spanish riders took part in a test in which the
Italian Andrea Carella took the win, but in which the role of the
our was very positive. In fact, Pepe Lopez and Nil Solans reached the two
remaining positions on the podium, which allows Lopez to be a leader of the category with 19 points of income and Solans remain in the hunt for the championship.
Pepe Lopez curdled a rally very regular in Antibes, although
a mishap oblivious to his riding in the third leg made him lose valuable time
about Andrea Carella. The Italian, who was in general terms the pilot
more rapid test, he knew how to handle the income achieved despite the good pace
demonstrated by the pilot of Peugeot Spain Racing Team, which added up to six
scratch during a rally that travels through places like the Col de Turini,
especially known for his charismatic role in the Monte carlo Rally, the
World championship Rallies.
Nil Solans finished third, but at times threatened the
second place of Pepe Lopez. Only output track in the fourth stage fault
the oil spill by another participant, he was deprived of improve this result. The
lost time joined to the unusual wear of the tires to the opening of the
address prevented Solans fight you to you with Pepe Lopez, though
managed to finish four seconds and a half in madrid. All in all, Nil
Solans took the win in the Junior category. Enrolled in RACE Seven, Efren Llarena finished ninth and Jose Luis Pelaez was twelfth in Antibes.