We are before one of the competitions tightest of the year. The final meeting of the SEAT León Eurocup 2015 will take place this weekend at the Catalan track in Barcelona. Two pilots tied to the event with 72 points each. Among them will play a title that has already awarded its second year of life. A final tight for a competition on the rise.
Two pilots, two runs and a single winner. This is the last race of the SEAT León Eurocup
23 points are for the final, 10 points in each of the two sleeves and three in the classification. The spaniard Pol Rosell, current champion, they will have to do with the which has been his main rival throughout the season, the Norwegian Stian Paulsen, who finished fifth at the last edition of the Leon Eurocup organized by SEAT.
The scenario chosen, coincidences of life, it is the Circuit of Barcelona, home of the Spanish brand. Its convoluted path that we all know, 4.655 metres length, 16 corners, nine right and seven left, you will witness a battle lidiada two manas, one on Saturday and another on Sunday.
In both races will take part the ambassador of the brand, the pilot more successful in the Dakar Rally, Laia Sanz. The Spanish will be at the wheel of a SEAT León Cup Racer racing to try to be measured before the experienced members of the competition, something they already did last year with excellent results.
remember that the Leon Cup Racer part of a SEAT León conventional to which is added a series of improvements and approvals agreed to by the FIA. The transformations give a maximum power of 330 HP extracted from a turbocharged engine of two liters and an automatic gearbox double-clutch DSG and six-speed. This engine souped-up added safety measures such as brakes competition, competition suspension and a roll cage certified.
Stian Paulsen (left) will try to beat the spaniard Pol Rosell (right)
So is the classification after six previous races at Paul Ricard, Estoril, Silverstone, Red Bull Ring, Nürburgring and Monza:
|1||Pol Rosell||1||Baporo Motorsport||72|
|2||Stian Paulsen||34||Stian Paulsen Racing||72|
|3||Mikel Azcona||6||PCR Sport||55|
|4||Julien Briché||3||JSB Competition||43|
|5||Jordi Oriola||33||Target Competition||35|
|6||Alexander Morgan||22||Baporo Motorsport||36|
|7||Mario Dablander||61||Target Competition||35|
|8||Fran Wheel||28||Monlau Competition||34|
|9||Shane A. Williams||8||Wolf-Power Racing||24|
|10||Lucile Cypriano||9||JSB Competition||14|
|11||Mauricio Hernandez||10||Target Competition||16|
|12||Thibaut Mourgues||5||JSB Competition||14|
|13||Loris Hezemans||50||Target Competition||13|
|14||Jonathan Cocker||8||Wolf-Power Racing||11|
|15||Manuel Gião||2||Baporo Motorsport||6|
|16||Norbert Kiss||15||B3 Hungary KFT||5|
|17||Jürgen Schmarl||11||Targer Competition||5|
|18||David Cebrián||4||Monlau Competition||4|
|19||Andrina Gugger||24||Target Competition||2|
|20||Lourenço Beirão Da Veiga||20||Liboro Rancing Team||1|