Rally Italia Sardegna Hyundai – Celebrates Tanak-Jarvioja in the news

Navalny Staff: 'His Liberation Passes World Leaders' - World

Italia Sardegna won the Hyundai i20 N Rally 1 at the 2022 Rally Ott himself and Martin Jarvija won. The Italian round of the World Rally Championship, organized by the Automobile Club of Italy in collaboration with the Sardinia region, was unpredictable, with many twists and turns during the four-day competition.
Hyundai’s Estonia won the WRC Stage Cup at 03h10’59.1 on Thursday, after 19 special stages between Algerio and Olbia, the headquarters of Rally’s and Service Park. The 2019 World Champion actually won 9 stages.
He is joined by Craig Breen, Paul Nagel, Hyundai, Danny Sordo and Candido Carrera on the Puma of M-Sport. The Irish won the single test of the Tempo Pousania 2, but made no mistakes, always holding the top positions at the end of each scratch. Driving skills allowed the duo to combine excellent performances, thus finishing second on their own at 1’03.2.
The Hyundai Shell Mobis World Rally team won two Tests on the second day of Sordo-Carrera’s absolute one-third match, doubling their success on the podium and on the power stage. A conservative technique in the final laps of the race, Rally Italia rewarded the crew who closed the Sergei at 03h12’32.1 overall, although they did not always have the optimal grip. Despite being in the top five, Kalle Rowanpera of Toyota GR Yaris Rally 1 maintains the leadership of the World Championship with an effective strategy.
With the performances of Tanak and Sordo, Hyundai narrowed the gap at the Constructors’ Championship with Toyota.
The Japanese house with 200 points maintains the lead by 39 points. Instead, the first 3 of the drivers changed as they undermined Tanak Katsuta from third place in the championship. Rowanpera (120 points) and Newville (65 points) are three places away from Estonia. The Japanese overtook Breen and dropped to fifth.

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