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GP Week : Issue 110
WRC news >> Weekend of surprises in Rallying ... 1 ... The new Mini John Cooper Works S2000 won outright on only its third appearance in competition. The driver was Andrea Navarra at the wheel of a Grifone team car, and the event was the Italian gravel championship Adriatico Rally, based at Numana. The car was fitted with the 30mm restrictor. Presentation of the official WRC team will be held on April 11. (Pic courtesy CSAI Federation). 2 ... First major win for 22 year- old Elfyn Evans, son of former British champion Gwyndaf, who won the Bulldog Rally, round 2 of the Dulux Trade British series, on only his second event in a four wheel drive car. 3 ... The British based Proton Satria Neo S2000 team scored a first championship rally victory in their spiritual home country when Chris Atkinson won the Asia Pacific Malaysian Rally, with team-mate Alister McRae third. Pic courtesy Linear. 4 ... The new Maxi Rally formula in the national Argentina championship got off to a good start on an event severely disrupted by rain. Cars from five constructors (Ford, VW, Kia, Chevrolet and Fiat) appeared at the Areco Rally near Buenos Aires, and ended up with four of the top five places, headed by second- placed Gabriel Pozzo’s VW Golf Trend. World championship driver Federico Villagra had fuel and then gearbox trouble with his new special Ford Fiesta. The winner was the orthodox Group N Mitsubishi of Juan Marchetto. 12 34