Second at the last Estonian WRC Rally, Irishman Craig Breen is due to be seen at the third round of the ERC in Rome this weekend. He only needs one win to complete the almost perfect July. At the beginning of the month (July 1-3) at the Lipaja Rally (Latvia), which is considered for the European Rally Championship (ERC) – behind the Russian Nikolai Grays – the Irishman Craig Breen comes out of a successful weekend in Estonia, predicting the World Championship (WR). Read this too At the rally, Father Harry’s deserving heir, Kale Rowanper Second behind Finn Cale Rowanper, who became the youngest driver in history to win a rally at the WRC, plays the Irishman as his Joker at Hyundai, adding a fourth podium to his record in the Premier Class. From this Friday evening, the Irishman will be at the start of the Rome Rally for the third round of the IRC. “It simply came to our notice then, Told the pilot organization’s website. The course is 20% different than last year, so this will be a big challenge. There is a lot of tarmac through the mountains, and tarmac generally gives a lot of grip. I drove a lot from Poland (First round of ERC). I can’t wait for this to continue in Italy. “ At a European Championship currently led by Alexei Lukyanuk of Russia, ahead of Norwegian Andreas Mickelson, the Roman event can rearrange cards as it is the first event of the season on the asphalt after two shootings with gravel. After the first special on the streets of Rome this Friday evening, the teams will compete around the city east of Rome until 13 Sunday (13 specials, 187.37 km).