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GP Week : Issue 27
>>WRCnews Bouffier to test Proton PEUGEOT 207 Super 2000 driver Bryan Bouffier is to test the Proton Satria Neo Super 2000 car in South France towards the end of September, with the intention of competing on the Rallye Antibes Cote d’Azur, the final round of the FIA European championship. Bouffier has considerable Super 2000 experience, including winning the Polish national rally series in 2007 in a Peugeot, the first time any foreign driver had become champion in that country. The 29-year-old French driver won Antibes in 2006 at the wheel of a Peugeot 206 Super 1600, and for seven years was exclusively a Peugeot driver. Torlasco gets the vote ANDREA Torlasco has been voted by Italian motorsport journalists as the most appropriate driver for the Kronos BF Goodrich celebrity Peugeot 207 Super 2000 car in the forthcoming Sanremo Rally, eighth round of the IRC series. Torlasco, who comes from Alessandria in Piemonte, started rallying six years ago after spending10 years in karting. At the wheel of Renault Clio group N cars, twice he has won the under 25 Trofeo Asfalto national rally championship, and has also competed in Mazda RX8 racing with Astra Team. No fewer than 133 applications were received for this opportunity. A strong contender for this drive was Simone Campedelli, but Torlasco was preferred by the jury, which judged that he would gain more from the experience. The Peugeot 207 Super 2000 The Kronos BF Goodrich S2000 17