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Dani Sordo, leader of the national representation in RallyRACC


Salou. Costa Dorada. November 6th, 2012. He started the year with a phenomenal podium in Monte Carlo ... and wants to end it with another similar position in 48-RallyRACC Catalonia GOLD COAST, Rally de España 2012. For Dani Sordo, the imminent end of the championship will be the eighth round of the World 2012 which will take part in almost all shone but for one reason or another, mostly in technical problems, could not finished in the main area. With preparation, enthusiasm and a future that promises to be at least interesting, Sordo available to run the Gold Coast convinced the podium will be his natural position. He attended the last presentation in Barcelona of 48 RallyRACC forward to make it clear that the final global test is very important for him: "I have high hopes for this race in general but this could have gone better season will not be for me, I will try everything in this house that both test and know where everyone is cheering me on. " So far, Sordo took part in six races with the Mini John Cooper Works Prodrive, finishing second in Monte Carlo and sixth in New Zealand, in addition to having driven the Fiesta RS WRC Latvala official to Argentina to be finished third point was to retire with mechanical problems near the end. Do not forget, of course, the excellent victory in the Tour de Corse Dani scoring with a Mini Super IRC 2000. But besides wanting fire season in the best way possible in the test house, Dani Sordo is involved in his plans for 2013, eager to prove his worth with a first class car. Dani Sordo: "I would like to announce where the next year, but for now I'm focused one hundred percent on RallyRACC." The Spaniard has not won any race in the WRC but has led some of them and was ready to get it on more than one, but for one or another reason this victory in a World Cup test has not arrived. His 32 podiums there, demonstrators Dani is a first class pilot: "I'm happy with my riding so far in 2012 and RallyRACC be the culmination of a year in which there was everything." Regarding the characteristics of the next RallyRACC, Sordo says that although the sections are mixed in their preference, Terra Alta known of the two previous seasons, "The first stage is very selective and without dust clouds mark a year ago who really run good times, not who has a better starting position. As for the other two stages, stretches up pretty well and I know where we can do well. " Catalan and Spanish teams in the output Dani Sordo-Carlos del Barrio, the Mini WRC No. 37, as clear leaders of the batch of 32 pilots and co-pilots in Spain, the other major highlights are the Spanish-Andorran team formed by Albert Llovera, Diego Vallejo (Fiat Grande Punto S2000 No. 49) as guests of section SWRC (Super World 2000), and two teams are also invited but in his case PWRC (Production World) Slogans-Yeray Rogelio Penate (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo X n 149) and Josep Maria-Jose Ramon Membrado RIBOLLEDA (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo X No. 150). This category of production can not forget that there are two co-drivers including Spaniards made their task with two Mexican pilots Borja Rozada (with Benito Guerra) and Alex Haro (with Ricardo Trivino). Production vehicles but not to score in the category are Carlos Llinas-Kiko Torra (Mitsubishi Lancer No. 54), Ruben Gracia-Sanjuan Diego (Mitsubishi Lancer No. 56) and Sergio Cruz Arielle Tramont (Mitsubishi Lancer No. 57). Very significant is the presence of former champion of the IRC and Spain, Enrique García Ojeda, Pablo Marcos (Citroen DS3 R3T No. 63). A total of seven Ford Fiesta R2 are driven by individual Spanish teams, one of them forming Jose Antonio Suarez-candidate race (No. 102), runner-up candidates for the WRC Academy. Five of these are registered by RMC Motorsport Fiesta (Victor Senra, Surhayen Pernia, Joan Font, José Antonio Iglesias Lodeiro and Celestino) and PCR Sport (Marian parents). Registration closes local Suzuki Swift No. 76 Anton Joseph Domenech.



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