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WRC 2

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    WRC France: ŠKODA Customer Teams finish strongly in Corsica

    The 2017 Tour de Corse proved to be an unforgettable event for all sorts of reasons. It was a hugely demanding rally for drivers and cars with plenty of punctures and other issues on the twisting mountain roads. But there were plenty of positive stories to emerge from this 10-stage, 316km long event, including the impressive debut in a ŠKODA FABIA R5 of Stéphane Sarrazin. And of course, there was a FABIA R5 victory to celebrate as well.

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    PHOTO: ŠKODA Customer Teams at the 2017 Tour de Corse

    This year sees the Tour de Corse moving forward to the fourth round of the FIA World Rally Championship (WRC). In 2017, the famous rally comprises 10 stages and 317km of competitive distance around the picturesque Mediterranean island of Corsica.

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    WRC Tour de Corse: ŠKODA claims top two spots in the WRC 2 table

    Andreas Mikkelsen and co-driver Anders Jæger-Synnevaag led the field from start-to-finish in their ŠKODA FABIA R5 to score a convincing victory that never looked at risk in the WRC 2 category at the Tour de Corse. Jan Kopecký and co-driver Pavel Dresler put in an impressive performance in the second works ŠKODA FABIA R5 following steering problems on the first day. The fight back, including two fastest stage times, put them in seventh place in the WRC 2 rankings, scoring important championship points.

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    WRC Tour de Corse: Andreas Mikkelsen remains the man to beat

    Andreas Mikkelsen and co-driver Anders Jæger-Synnevaag remain unstoppable with their ŠKODA FABIA R5 in the hard-fought WRC 2 category at the Tour de Corse. After two of three legs, the Norwegian pair is in the lead ahead of Finns Teemu Suninen / Mikko Markkula and currently occupy an outstanding seventh place in the overall classification. Having suffered steering problems during the first leg on Saturday, Jan Kopecký and co-driver Pavel Dresler in the second works ŠKODA FABIA R5 fought their way up to seventh place with a series of excellent times. As a result, they still have their sights firmly set on valuable championship points in the WRC 2.

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    WRC Tour de Corse: Andreas Mikkelsen with a convincing lead

    Andreas Mikkelsen and Anders Jæger-Synnevaag (NOR/NOR) storm into a convincing lead in the WRC 2 category in their ŠKODA FABIA R5. “In contrast to the works teams in the WRC, we have to drive in our category without the gravel crews that provide us with information on loose gravel and dirt on the road. Controlled risk is the order of the day. I’m really pleased that our ŠKODA FABIA R5 is running so well,” said Mikkelsen at the end of the first leg in Bastia.

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    ŠKODA Motorsport faces the challenge of the 10,000 corners at the Tour de Corse

    After the icy mountain passes of the Rallye Monte Carlo, high-speed snow-covered tracks in Sweden and gravel trails through the mountains of Mexico, the world’s toughest tarmac rally, the Tour de Corse (6-9 April 2017), awaits the ŠKODA teams. The organisers call it the rally of the 10.000 corners – although nobody so far has actually counted them. In Corsica, the fight against the clock faces virtually no straights longer than 50 metres.

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