SKODA driver Andreas Mikkelsen seals FIA European Rally Championship title*
Following second-place finishes at ORLEN Rally Poland and Barum Czech Rally Zlín, victories at Azores Rallye and Rally Serras de Fafe e Felgueiras put Mikkelsen into a dominant championship lead. Coming to Rally Hungary, only two other ŠKODA drivers mathematically had the chance to catch Mikkelsen: Mikołaj Marczyk (Orlen Team) from Poland and Rallye Team Spain’s Efrén Llarena
Result Rally Hungary (ERC)
4. Llarena/Fernandez (ESP/ESP, ŠKODA FABIA Rally2 evo, +1:14.1 min. 5. Campedelli/Canton (ITA/ITA), ŠKODA FABIA Rally2 evo, +1:21.8 min. 6. Mikkelsen/Edmondson (NOR/GBR), ŠKODA FABIA Rally2 evo, +1:30.4 min.
Top 3 Drivers FIA European Rally Championship (ERC), after 7 of 8 rounds
1. Andreas Mikkelsen (NOR), ŠKODA FABIA Rally2 evo, 191 points 3. Efrén Llarena (ESP), ŠKODA FABIA Rally2 evo, 121 points
Top 3 Teams FIA European Rally Championship (ERC), after 7 of 8 rounds
1. Toksport WRT (ŠKODA), 411 points 2. Rallye Team Spain (ŠKODA), 338 points 3. Orlen Team (ŠKODA), 150 points Andreas Mikkelsen is the fifth driver of a ŠKODA becoming FIA European Rally Champion*. Chris Ingram from England drove, like Mikkelsen now, a ŠKODA FABIA Rally2 evo to the 2019 title.
2021 FIA European Rally Championship (ERC)
ORLEN Rally Poland = 18 – 20 June Rally Liepāja (Latvia) = 1 – 3 July Rally Roma di Capitale (Italy) = 23 – 25 July Barum Czech Rally Zlín (Czech Republic) = 27 – 29 August Rally Serras de Fafe e Felgueiras (Portugal) = 1 – 3 October Rally Hungary = 22 – 24 October Rally Islas Canarias (Spain) = 18 – 20 November
Oct 26, 2021 at 04:13