Sibiu Rally (Romania) - 20-22 Jul 12

Posted: August 15, 2012 1:56 PM - 4410 Hits

Round 8 - 2012 Intercontinental Rally Challenge (IRC)

Mikkelsen makes history with largest IRC victory

Posted: August 15, 2012 1:56 PM

ŠKODA UK Motorsport’s Andreas Mikkelsen has recorded the biggest winning margin in the history of the Intercontinental Rally Challenge, when he and co-driver Ola Fløene scored a 5min 33.8sec victory on the Sibiu Rally Romania in their factory-prepared Fabia S2000.

It was also the 25th IRC win for ŠKODA, making it the most successful manufacturer in the series.

Andreas dominated the rock-strewn gravel event, with a mix of rough-terrain technical set-up (the Fabia S2000 was running on its maximum ride height) and no-risk driving strategy paying dividends. His second win (following Rally Azores) and sixth podium of the season gives Andreas a 49 point lead in the IRC Drivers’ category, while ŠKODA moves closer to its third consecutive Manufacturers’ title.

Andreas set fastest time on all seven of Leg 1’s stages, turning the normal disadvantage of running first on the road to his benefit in the dusty conditions. As all his main rivals hit either technical problems, suffered punctures or were slowed in dust, a controlled and faultless performance saw Andreas open up a 2min 44.1sec lead at the overnight halt.

Leg 2 was even hotter and rougher, with two very long stages (repeated) held in mid-30ºC temperatures in the beautiful central Transylvanian region of Romania, followed by a closing superspecial stage.

ŠKODA looked on course for a 1-2 finish, until Sepp Wiegand hit a rock on SS10 and had to retire his ŠKODA Deutschland Fabia S2000 from 2nd place with broken right rear suspension. Andreas hit the same rock, but was able to reach the finish of the stage with a front right flat tyre – his only minor problem of the entire event.

In the end, Andreas set the fastest time on 10 of the event's 12 stages, and led from start to finish.

“We won with a good margin, but it was a very tough event and it’s been a long weekend. The roads were very rough and for us it was a case of taking no risks and driving to avoid all the big rocks.

“This victory is a fantastic feeling for the whole ŠKODA UK Motorsport team, and if it wasn’t for their great work I wouldn’t be here at the end of such a tough event. We’ve been so close in the last rounds with a lot of second places, so it’s great to be back on the top step of the podium.”


Posted: August 15, 2012 1:53 PM

Andreas Mikkelsen and co-driver Ola Fløene have claimed ŠKODA’s 25th victory in the Intercontinental Rally Challenge with a dominant performance on the Sibiu Rally, which finished in Romania’s picturesque Transylvania region this evening.

Mikkelsen, driving a ŠKODA UK Motorsport Fabia Super 2000, led from Friday’s opening stage and drove without fault to claim his second win of the season, a result that puts him 49 points clear in his bid to become the first driver to secure back-to-back IRC titles.

Sepp Wiegand was on course for his maiden IRC podium when broken right-rear suspension forced his retirement on stage 10. The ŠKODA Auto Deutschland driver’s misfortune promoted Patrik Flodin to second place after the Petter Solberg Engineering driver had fought back from 45th position following early delays. His heroics earned him the prestigious Colin McRae IRC Flat Out Trophy.

François Delecour completed the podium after the 49-year-old French legend overcame a spate of damper failures in his Munaretto Sport Peugeot 207 Super 2000. Delecour was also able to celebrate finishing as the leading Romanian championship runner. Vitaliy Puskhar claimed his first IRC Production Cup event win, while Robert Consani bagged his maiden success in the IRC 2WD Cup after former champion Harry Hunt hit trouble in the closing stages while leading.

Mikkelsen began day two with a comfortable 2m44.1s margin having won all seven stages on Friday and by profiting when several of his key rivals suffered significant time loss. Although Wiegand topped Saturday’s opener, Mikkelsen wasn’t flustered, citing his cautious approach – and his decision to carry two spare tyres compared to one on Friday – for his small drop off in pace.

The Norwegian was less circumspect on the mixed-surface ?anta Max run that followed to go fastest before a front-right puncture five kilometres from the finish of stage 10 helped Flodin to a first stage best. But two further stage wins in the afternoon, including the event-closing superspecial on the outskirts of Sibui, ensured a comfortable winning margin of more than five and a half minutes, an IRC record.

“We won with a good margin, but it was a very tough event,” said Mikkelsen. “The roads were very rough and for us it was a case of taking no risks and driving to avoid all the big rocks, especially after we’d opened up a big gap by the end of day one. This victory is a fantastic feeling for the whole ŠKODA UK Motorsport team, and if it wasn’t for their great work I wouldn’t be here. We’ve been so close in the last rounds with a lot of second places, so it’s great to be back on the top step of the podium.”

Flodin completed day one in sixth place and frustrated after a costly puncture on stage two – caused by a broken wheel rim – and the significant delay encountered in the dust clouds that proved such a menace on stages four and seven. But a brace of top-two stage times on Saturday morning rejuvenated the Swede who moved into third when Delecour had to drive through stage nine with a broken front-right shock absorber. Flodin suffered problems of his own on day two, with a broken driveshaft and powersteering glitch affecting his pace through stage 11. However, with Delecour suffering more broken shock absorber woes, Flodin’s second place was never truly threatened.

Wiegand was almost 2m40s clear in second place when he picked up a puncture on stage 10. Rather than stopping to change the damaged wheel the 21-year-old rising star elected to carry only for his car’s right-rear shock absorber to break and force his retirement when a connection failed.

Having been plagued by a spate of punctures on day one, Swiss Michaël Burri was hoping for a change of fortune on Saturday. Instead, an errant stone broke the timing belt on his Saintéloc Racing Peugeot 207, which caused the car’s engine to fail. His team-mate Mathieu Arzeno didn’t restart following his stage-two exit due to a crack being discovered in the shock absorber top mounting.

Marco Tempestini was in seventh place when his privateer Fabia suffered clutch failure. Dan Girtofan continued under restart rules on day two and set some impressive times in his ŠKODA Romania-backed entry. A broken right-rear wheel ended Gergély Szabó’s challenge after stage eight. The Hungarian had run as high as second in his Eurosol Fabia, which he was using in competition for the first time.

IRC Production Cup

Valeriy Pushkar impressed with his maiden IRC Production Cup win after fighting back from a double puncture on Saturday’s opener. Valentin Porcisteanu started the day leading the category as the top Romanian driver when disaster struck on stage nine: “After three kilometers from the start we got a puncture and it damaged the steering,” he said. “Then the car fell down from the jack, later Vitaliy passed us and we didn't see anything in the dust.” Porcisteanu eventually finished third in class behind team-mate Edwin Keleti. Slovenian lady driver Aska Zupanc took fourth with Bogdan Marisca fifth and Marius Klein sixth. Title leader Andreas Aigner did not restart in his Stohl Racing Subaru Impreza R4 STI following his exit on stage two with broken suspension.


Robert Consani landed his first victory in the IRC 2WD Cup in a hugely impressive sixth overall at the wheel of his Renault Clio R3. The French ace trailed Harry Hunt by almost a minute with three stages remaining but took advantage when Hunt was slowed by a broken right-rear shock absorber, which caused two punctures and his rear brakes to falter. Despite the numerous setbacks Hunt fought his way to the finish in second with Vlad Cosma third and Alexandru Filip fourth in another Clio R3. Serban Tomita gave Honda reason to celebrate by heading home category regular Davide Catania in ninth place. The Japanese make’s lead driver Martin Kangur was a favourite for victory but a succession of punctures wrecked his hopes, which were finally ended when a rock broke his Civic Type R’s fuel tank on Friday’s final run. He elected not to restart on day two.


Posted: August 15, 2012 1:50 PM

1. Andreas Mikkelsen/Ola Fløene (ŠKODA Fabia S2000)….2hrs 15mins 28.0secs
2. Patrik Flodin/Goran Bergsten (Ford Fiesta S2000)….+5mins 33.8secs
3. Francois Delecour/Dominique Savignoni (Peugeot 207 S2000)….+11mins 56.9secs
4. Vitaliy Pushkar/Ivan Mishyn (Mitsubishi)….+13mins 57.2secs
5. Edwin Keleti/Botond Csomortani (Mitsubishi)….+14mins 45.6secs
6. Robert Consani/Cédric (Renault Clio)….+17mins 26.7secs
7. Valentin Porcisteanu/Dan Dobre (Mitsubishi)…+18mins 04.6secs
8. Harry Hunt/Robbie Durant (Citroën DS3)….+18mins 46.6secs
9. Vlad Cosma/Florin Dorca (Citroën C2)….+20mins 56.3secs
10. Asja Zupanc/Spela Trcek (Mitsubishi)….+21mins 14.0secs


Posted: July 13, 2012 3:04 PM

With the dust still settling following the dramatic battle for Intercontinental Rally Challenge glory in San Marino last week, the all-action series heads to Romania for the first time and the mainly gravel-based Sibiu Rally from 19-21 July.

A former IRC Supporter Event, the Sibiu Rally ran for the first time in its current format in 2001. It has since become established as one of Romania’s most important motorsport events, which is reflected by the bulging 60-car entry and the prospect of thousands of fans lining the route around the Transylvanian city, a former European Capital of Culture located 280 kilometres north-west of Bucharest.

The Sibiu Rally kicks-off the IRC’s exciting four-event tour of Eastern Europe with Czech Republic, Ukraine and Bulgaria all hosting rounds in the coming months, which will all be shown extensively on Eurosport.

As well as counting as a round of the IRC, the Sibiu Rally is round five of the Romanian national championship, which will ensure a strong turnout of local aces looking to capitalise on their knowledge of the challenging route run in spectacular countryside and consisting of 12 stages with two taking place on the opening night.

Crews will cover 100 kilometres of stage action each day with Friday’s itinerary getting underway at 14:31hrs local time with the first of seven stages. Saturday’s schedule starts at 11:12hrs local time and consists of five stages, including the second run of the superspecial at Sibiu’s rallycross circuit.

The permanent service park will be housed in Sibiu’s historic central square where the start and finish ceremonies will also take place.

While it’s classified as a gravel event, the Sibiu Rally does incorporate some Tarmac sections with the famous Santa Max stage featuring a combination of the two surfaces and the 10-kilometre Paltini? stage run entirely on asphalt.

Sibiu’s gravel roads aren’t the roughest currently in use in international rallying although punctures are a constant threat. With ambient temperatures expected to exceed 30 degrees centigrade, crews will be subjected to a tough test, especially on Gâtu Berbecului, the longest stage of the rally at 28.50 kilometres.

Organisers have worked tirelessly on the route and stage preparation, which has been underway for several weeks as they get ready for what has been described as their most important event yet.

*With a strong international contingent competing in Sibiu the chances of an overseas winner are highly likely. However, it wouldn’t be the first time that a non-Romanian driver has triumphed with the last four victors all born outside of the country.

*Sibiu’s superspecial on Friday and Saturday is based at the city’s rallycross circuit where drivers will tackle the 1.90-kilometre course in pairs.

*Until 1941 the majority of Sibiu’s population was ethnic German. Although many returned to Germany from the 1950s onwards, about 2000 remained including Klaus Johannis, the city’s chairman.

*Tocani??, a meat stew seasoned with onions, sarmale, picked cabbage leaves stuffed with a mix of minced meats, rice and spices, and mititei, small skinless grilled sausages, are among popular entrees served in Romania.

*Transylvania is Dracula country and author Bram Stoker’s fictional Count’s castle is located in Brasov, 143 kilometres from Sibiu.

Having narrowly lost out on winning the previous round in San Marino, Andreas Mikkelsen will be hoping for a maximum score on his preferred surface of gravel in his bid to make it two Intercontinental Rally Challenge titles in succession. Mikkelsen, who will drive a ŠKODA UK Motorsport Fabia Super 2000, is one of several frontrunners with no knowledge of the Sibiu stages.

ŠKODA Auto Deutschland’s Sepp Wiegand arrives in Sibiu on a high following his maiden stage victory in the IRC last time out on what was only the third gravel event of his career. Armed with slightly more experience and knowledge, Wiegand is set to challenge for a podium finish.

Rallying legend François Delecour, who turns 50 in August, starts his first IRC qualifier since Giru di Corsica-Tour de Corse in May only this time he’s switched from a Renault Mégane RS to a Peugeot 207 Super 2000. Delecour has already vowed to fight for victory after winning class nine in 13th overall in Sibiu last year and his progression to a Super 2000 machine will provide the extra power he craves.

Marco Tempestini, a Romanian domiciled Italian, is also switching to Super 2000 technology. Last season’s victor has campaigned a Subaru Impreza R4 STI for much of this year’s IRC but has opted for a ŠKODA Fabia for his home event. He has some knowledge of the Fabia from testing but the Sibiu Rally will mark his first competitive outing in the Czech car.

Patrik Flodin is set to challenge in his Petter Solberg Engineering M-Sport Ford Fiesta S2000 having only managed one stage in San Marino before water pump failure led to engine damage and retirement. The Swede is acknowledged as a gravel expert. Capable Finn Kristian Sohlberg will also drive a Fiesta on his long awaited IRC debut.

Frenchman Mathieu Arzeno partners Michael Burri in the two-strong Saintéloc Racing line-up of Peugeot 207 S2000s and will be a contender based on his performances earlier in the season, although his experience in the car on gravel is limited. Local driver Dan Girtofan completes the S2000 runners in Romania in a Fabia.

IRC Production Cup
With two wins from two starts so far this season, Andreas Aigner is the favourite to make it three in a row aboard his Stohl Racing Subaru Impreza R4 STI. The Austrian has a new co-driver for the rally with Ilka Minor deputising for Aigner’s regular navigator Daniela Ertl, who has work commitments. Romanian drivers Valentin Porcistean and Bogdan Marisca will threaten in their Ralliart Lancers, while Hungarian duo Csaba Spitzmuller – the current Romanian championship leader – and Gergély Szabó should also shine. The Sibiu Rally signals the return of Marco Cavigioli to the IRC. The Italian, the inaugural IRC 2WD Cup champion back in 2008, was a Production Cup frontrunner in 2011 and makes his first start of the season in a Ralliart Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution IX. Dream Team Ukraine’s Vitaliy Puskhar is another driver targeting honours. Marco Tempestini’s 17-year-old son Simone will also be in action in a Subaru.

Vlad Cosma and Alex Filip will provide strong opposition to title leader Harry Hunt, who won his class in San Marino where IRC 2WD Cup talents Robert Consani (Renault Clio R3) and Martin Kangur (Honda Civic Type R) both hit trouble. Austrian Michael Kögler makes his second start of the year in a Clio R3, while Italian veteran Davide Catania will bid to score more points having returned to IRC action in San Marino earlier this month.

Romania-domiciled Italian Marco Tempestini won in Sibiu last season and makes his seventh start on the event this year. He offers his views on the rally and reveals why he’s changing cars

What will the IRC community experience in Sibiu?
“They will be happy I hope. It’s a bit like the old Acropolis Rally in Greece but with better roads. It’s not smooth gravel but there are a lot of stones and punctures are a big issue so drivers will have to take care. The night stages will attract a lot of fans and with the IRC coming for the first time it will be a really interesting event.”

Some stages feature Tarmac sections. How tough will that be in a car set up for gravel?
“There is some Tarmac which is very fast and wide so not a problem with gravel tyres. The Tarmac stage is really like an uphill race with some hairpins. We will use the same section for the Santa Max stage, which is on gravel and Tarmac on day two.”

How difficult will the event be for those competing in Sibiu for the first time?
“It’s a little bit different from what they are used to but it’s also a big challenge and really interesting. The temperature will also be very hot so it’s another challenge. Everybody will be fine at the end because it will be a really great experience.”

You’re a regular in Sibiu. How many times have you done the rally?
“I’ve done it six times now and I won last year. The rally has always been a lottery because the driver who makes a full attack in Sibiu normally doesn’t win but the one who waits doesn’t win either. The strategy is very important: you have to be fast but there are places where you have to save the car.”

Having spent 2012 driving a Subaru Impreza R4 STI you’re switching to a ŠKODA Fabia Super 2000 for Sibiu. Why?
“Because we’ve had two retirements in the IRC Production Cup we decided to switch from the Subaru to the ŠKODA for this rally. I’ve done some tests in the car and for me it’s the best choice. Although I know very well the stages and have a Super 2000 car it will not be possible to compete against people like Andreas Mikkelsen who will be very fast.”

Andreas ready to sink his teeth into Transylvania

Posted: July 13, 2012 2:40 PM

You can usually count on Andreas Mikkelsen to stake a claim on anything he sets out to do, and the ŠKODA UK Motorsport driver’s aim for the Sibiu Rally Romania (20-21 July) is to extend his lead in the Intercontinental Rally Challenge. Round 8 takes place in the central Transylvanian region of Romania, made famous by Bram Stoker’s Dracula novel, yet this time it will be Andreas who’ll want to sink his teeth into the 12 stage event – which spookily includes two night time stages and a midnight service!

This will be the first time Andreas and co-driver Ola Fløene have competed in Romania and as the event is new to the IRC, they are keen to have a good test and recce to prepare as well as possible. In addition to challenging for Drivers’ points, ŠKODA will be counting on Andreas to score points in the IRC Manufacturers’ table, as he contests the event in his factory-prepared Fabia S2000.

The Sibiu Rally is a major sporting event in Romania, second only to the UEFA League football final, and with flowing stages located in stunning green mountains and valleys (similar in appearance to the Rhône-Alpes region of eastern France), it promises to be a fantastic event.

“After a good run last time out in San Marino, I have a lot of confidence heading to Romania. I’ve heard good things about the Sibiu Rally and I’m looking forward to finding out exactly what the gravel stages are like. Only the local drivers know the nature of the stages, but normally we are quite fast on new rallies. I like visiting new places and I’ve never been to Romania before, not even on vacation, so it will be an adventure. Of course I’ve heard of Transylvania and Dracula – but hopefully we won’t meet him on the night stages!”

The two-day Sibiu Rally Romania, which is also a round of the Romanian National Rally Championship and the FIA European Rally Cup, contains 12 special stages totalling 127.8 miles (205.8kms) on gravel and asphalt. The event starts from the Sibiu Grand Plaza at 13.30 on Friday 20 July. Leg 1 covers 62 miles (100kms) of stages and includes two passes over the Dobarca and Crinti tests, a superspecial stage held on a rallycross circuit (two cars running head to head) and then two night stages; Paltinis on asphalt and the signature Santa stage on gravel. It will be approaching midnight when the first cars complete the day’s closing 45 minute service.

Leg 2 on Saturday (21 July) contains 66.1 miles (106.5kms) of classic Sibiu stages, beginning with the longest stage of the event, Gatu Berbecului (18.6 miles / 30kms), followed by the mixed surface Santa MAX (13.6 miles / 22kms) test. After both stages are repeated, a final run over the superspecial stage brings proceedings to a close. The finish ceremony takes place at 18.30.

Eurosport will broadcast recorded highlights of the event. Check TV listings for times and details.

Provisional Seeded Entry List

Posted: July 11, 2012 2:21 PM

1 Andreas Mikkelsen (NOR)/Ola Floene (NOR) (Skoda Fabia S2000 Rally) [2]
2 Sepp Wiegand (DEU)/Timo Gottschalk (DEU) (Skoda Fabia S2000 Rally) [2]
3 Andreas AIGNER (AUT)/Ilka MINOR (AUT) (Subaru Impreza WRX STI) [2]
4 Mikael Burri (CHE)/Stephane Rey (CHE) (Peugeot 207 S2000) [2]
5 Mathieu Arzeno (FRA)/Renaud Jamoul (BEL) (Peugeot 207 S2000) [2]
6 Harry Hunt (GBR)/Robbie Durant (GBR) (Citroen DS3) [5]
7 Martin Kangur (EST)/Andres Ost (EST) (Honda Civic Type R) [5]
8 Francois Delecour (FRA)/Dominique Savignoni (FRA) (Peugeot 207 S2000) [2]
9 Kristian Sohlberg (FIN)/Peter Flythstrom (FIN) (Ford Fiesta S2000) [2]
10 Patrik Flodin (SWE)/Goran Bergsten (SWE) (Ford Fiesta S2000) [2]
11 Marco Tempestini (ITA)/Dorin Pulpea (ROU) (Skoda Fabia S2000) [2]
12 Valentin Porcisteanu (ROU)/Daniel Dobre (ROU) (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo X) [2]
13 Gergo Szabo (HUN)/Karoly Borbely (ROU) (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo X) [2]
14 Csaba Spitzmuller (HUN)/Tamas Szöke (HUN) (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo X) [2]
15 Dan Girtofan (ROU)/Adrian Berghea (ROU) (Skoda Fabia S2000) [2]
16 Dr. Klein Marius (DEU)/Jörn Limbach (DEU) (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo VIII) [3]
17 Bogdan Marisca (ROU)/Sebastian Itu (ROU) (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo IX) [3]
18 Romulus Preda (ROU)/Cristian Baciucu (ROU) (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo IX) [3]
19 Asja Zupanc (SLO)/Spela Trcek (SLO) (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo IX) [3]
20 Edwin Keleti (ROU)/Botond Csomortani (ROU) (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo X) [3]
21 Hermann Gassner (DEU)/Karin Thannhaeuser (DEU) (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo X) [3]
22 Vitaliy Pushkar (UKR)/Ivan Mishyn (UKR) (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo X) [3]
23 Simone Tempestini (ITA)/Lucio Baggio (ITA) (Subaru Impreza N15) [3]
24 Rares Tomita (ROU)/Levente Csegzy (ROU) (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo IX) [3]
25 Alexandru Filip (ROU)/Bogdan Iancu (ROU) (Renault Clio R3 Maxi Evo) [5]
26 Michael KOGLER (AUT)/Juergen HEIGL (AUT) (Renault Clio R3) [5]
27 Sebastian Barbu (ROU)/Marc Banca (ROU) (Citroen DS3) [5]
28 Davide Catania (ITA)/Fabio Salis (ITA) (Citroen DS3 R3) [5]
29 Robert Consani (ITA)/ (Renault Clio R3) [5]
30 Adrian Dragan (ROU)/Valentin Bradateanu (ROU) (Citroen C2R2 Max) [6]
31 Cosma Vlad (ROU)/Dorca Florin (ROU) (Citroen C2R2 Max) [6]
32 Vlad Stoica (ROU)/Gabi Lazar (ROU) (Citroen C2R2 Max) [6]
33 Raul Badiu (ROU)/Sergiu-Sebastian Itu (ROU) (Dacia Logan) [9]
34 Radu Badina (ROU)/Florin Hangu (ROU) (Dacia Logan) [9]
35 Eugen Badina (ROU)/Aurelian Badina (ROU) (Subaru Impreza N15) [2]
36 Horatiu Savu (ROU)/Radu Marginean (ROU) (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo IX) [3]
37 Ferencz Csaba (ROU)/Pap Csaba (ROU) (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo) [3]
38 George Grigorescu (ROU)/Tudor Marza (ROU) (Renault Clio R3 Maxi) [5]
39 Cristian Enache (ROU)/Radu Moraru (ROU) (Renault Clio RS) [5]
40 Serban Tomita (ROU)/Alexandru Simon (ROU) (Honda Civic Type R) [5]
41 Cristian Toader (ROU)/Gheorghe Badea (ROU) (Seat Ibiza Cupra TDI) [5]
42 Bako Laszlo (HUN)/Toth Szabolcs (HUN) (Citroen C2R2 Max) [6]
43 Bogdan Nastase (ROU)/Alex Popidan (ROU) (Dacia Logan) [9]
44 Radu Arhire Madalin (ROU)/Fus Patrick Robert (ROU) (Dacia Logan) [9]
45 Bogdan Vrabie (ROU)/Rares Badea (ROU) (Dacia Logan) [9]
46 Viorel Ivan (ROU)/Dumitru Gheorghe (ROU) (Dacia Logan) [9]
47 Octavian Tirnovean (ROU)/Razvan Hulea (ROU) (Dacia Logan) [9]
48 Tincescu Florin (ROU)/Nicolaescu Iulian (ROU) (Dacia Logan) [9]
49 Costi Stratnic (ROU)/Andrei Mitrasca (ROU) (Dacia Logan) [9]
50 Radu David (ROU)/Mihaela Beldie (ROU) (Dacia Logan) [9]
51 Bogdan Usurelu (ROU)/Marc Esnault (FRA) (Dacia Logan) [9]
52 Ioan Doru Mihut (ROU)/Raluca Magdas (ROU) (Dacia Logan) [9]
53 Bogdan Barbu (ROU)/Doru Vraja (ROU) (Dacia Logan) [9]
54 Adrian Grigore (ROU)/Marius Paunescu (ROU) (Honda Civic) [9]
55 Constantin Raducioiu (ROU)/Mirel Bulearca (ROU) (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo VI) [11]
56 Victor Baldescu (ROU)/Ciprian Solomon (ROU) (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo VI) [11]
57 Ungur Daniel (ROU)/Avram Anton (ROU) (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo VI) [11]
58 Florin Crisan (ROU)/Mircea Onofrei (ROU) (Subaru Impreza STI) [11]
59 Catalin Berari (ROU)/Maior Robert (ROU) (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo) [11]
60 Dan Magos (ROU)/Dragos Ghigolea (ROU) (Citroen Xsara) [12]

Website / Details

Posted: July 11, 2012 2:17 PM

Classified Ads

 Add a Classified

 All Classifieds

Twitter Feed