ERC Junior preview: Rally Liepaja

ERC Junior preview: Rally Liepaja

22.05.2019: A season-high 23 FIA ERC Junior Championship talents aiming for the top of the sport will test their skills on the high-speed stages of Rally Liepāja this week (24-26 May).

A season-high 23 FIA ERC Junior Championship talents aiming for the top of the sport will test their skills on the high-speed stages of Rally Liepāja this week (24-26 May).





Seven drivers will chase points in ERC1 Junior – the category for young stars in R5 cars – while ERC3 Junior for rising hopefuls competing in R2 machinery on Pirelli tyres, has 17 drivers vying to impress on the all-gravel contest based in western Latvia.





Briton Chris Ingram tops the ERC1 Junior table ahead of Toksport WRT team-mate Alexandros Tsouloftas from Cyprus, while the focus among the home fans will be on Liepāja’s very own Mārtiņš Sesks, who is taking part in the first of two prize drives for winning the ERC3 Junior title in 2018.



Having impressed on his step up to R5 level last season, former ERC3 Junior contender Filip Mareš is back with continued support from the Czech federation. Sweden National Team’s Mattias Adielsson has strong pedigree on gravel, as do newcomers Hiroki Arai from Japan and Norway’s Oliver Solberg, the son of 2003 world champion Petter Solberg.



Efrén Llarena is making the most of the support he’s receiving from the RFEDA-initiated Rally Team Spain programme by leading ERC3 Junior after two rounds. However, his opposition is strong in quality and number with Pedro Antunes his closest challenger in the points battle. The FPAK Portugal Team ERC driver switches to a Ford Fiesta R2T for Rally Liepāja having watched Frenchman Jean-Baptiste Franceschi take class honours on Rally Islas Canarias in one of the M-Sport machines.



Erik Cais (ACCR Czech Rally Team) and Estonian Autosport Junior Team pair and ERC3 Junior newcomers Gregor Jeets and Ken Torn also have the new-for-2019 Fiesta at their disposal.



After claiming a podium in the Azores, Norway’s Sindre Furuseth will be aiming to make up lost ground in the title chase following his Canarias retirement. Finn Miika Hokkanen was a podium finisher in Liepāja last season, while Norway’s Steve Røkland has experience from the event when it ran as a winter rally.



Like Furuseth, Elias Lundberg was a podium finisher in the Azores and the Swede has spoken of his preference for gravel-based stages. He partners Belgian hope Grégoire Munster at the ADAC Opel Rallye Junior Team, which has won ERC3 Junior in Liepāja four times out of five.



Petr Semerád, who turned 18 last week, starts his first gravel rally for the ACCR Czech Team. His team-mate Dominik Brož has previous experience of the Latvian roads, as do Austrian Roland Stengg and Hungary’s Kristóf Klausz, who has five Liepāja starts to his name. Germany’s Roman Schwedt is a Liepāja rookie and still aiming for his first points in 2019 after encountering bad luck on the first two rallies.



Action begins with Free Practice and the Qualifying Stage on 24 May followed by two days of action featuring 13 stages over a competitive distance of 207.98 kilometres. And this is what the ERC Junior drivers have had to say ahead of the third event of the season.




Mattias Adielsson (SWE) ERC1 Junior
Co-driver: Andreas Johansson (SWE) Team: Sweden National Team Car: Citroën C3 R5




“It will be a great to be back in ERC after the recce time in Canarias. It was a bit rough to do the recce and not the rally but we are more than ready for Liepāja. I have put a lot of effort into sim-racing to get as much of the feeling as possible. The test before the rally will be great to be back in the car. We will do our absolute best. We are almost on home soil, it’s a little bit faster than what we are used to and a little bit wider but similar conditions to what we have in Sweden.


We went to Liepāja in 2015 when it was a snow rally so a little bit different. But we have seen some of the stages and I can’t wait to get as much advantage as possible with Alexey Lukyanuk as my team-mate. For sure he will be very fast and hopefully he can share some secrets with me. Our aim is to be on top in ERC1 Junior of course and these two rallies – Liepāja and Poland – are very important for us and we will do our best to be on top from the start. We know the car is good, we know the team is good so it’s all up to us. Both me and Andreas are more than prepared. We have practiced a lot and we are feeling confident for the task. I can’t wait to get started.”




Hiroki Arai (JPN) ERC1 Junior
Co-driver: Ilka Minor (AUT) Team: STARD Car: Citroën C3 R5



“This is a unique challenge. We are planning for a good result but the main purpose is to work with Yokohama on the development of the tyres. This rally won’t be so easy because the level of the ERC is high and there are lots of young drivers with experience of this event. It’s also going to be a challenging week for me because it will be my first time with my new co-driver and I don’t really know the car. I did a rally in Latvia four years ago so I have an understanding there is more loose gravel than what you get in Finland for example.”





Chris Ingram (GBR) ERC1 Junior
Co-driver: Ross Whittock (GBR) Team: Toksport WRT Car: ŠKODA Fabia R5




“I am really excited. It doesn't feel like long ago since we were there at the end of last year. It was one of my best performances of the season so we hope to build on what we achieved last year finishing second to Gryazin at his home event. We have a great package with the Toksport ŠKODA Fabia R5 and Michelin tyres so we are building confidence on every rally. We know the competition is always strong in the ERC from the regulars or local heroes but we will be doing our best to come away from Liepāja leading the European Rally Championship and keep Toksport in the lead of the Teams’ championship.”





Filip Mareš (CZE) ERC1 Junior
Co-driver: Jan Hloušek (CZE) Team: ACCR Czech Rally Team Car: ŠKODA Fabia R5




“I am very pleased we will be back in such a prestigious championship as the ERC. And of course, we are very thankful to the ACCR Czech Rally Team, that they give us this opportunity again. We will start our mission where we finished in 2018, so we hope we will use the experience from the previous edition. We did a visible step on the gravel between Poland and Liepāja at the end of the 2018 season. Our objective is to continue in this way and make the gap to the fastest guys lower. For sure, the competition is going to be tough so it will be important to finish the rally and to fight for some good points for us and for the team.”





Mārtiņš Sesks (LVA) ERC1 Junior
Co-driver: Krišjānis Caune (LVA) Team: LMT Autosporta Akadēmija Car: ŠKODA Fabia R5




“Our season has started not very good so it will be a big pleasure and very nice to do my home rally in a top-spec car. For sure it’s a different car, but it’s a good opportunity to show our speed again. I hope to have good feelings with the car and with my self-confidence following the tests. They are the main goals. The result is not the main thing – we need to get our confidence to drive a top-spec car on these very fast roads. Then we have a second event, Rally di Roma Capitale, when we can learn the car on asphalt.”





Oliver Solberg (NOR) ERC1 Junior
Co-driver: Aaron Johnston (GBR) Team: Sports Racing Technologies Car: Volkswagen Polo GTI R5



“I did this rally last year in an R2 car and it was very fast. Now I’m driving an R5 car it will be very, very fast. It’s my first time in the Polo on gravel so I will just try to do my best as I have no expectations. We’ve made some good improvements with the car and I’m much more comfortable. I know some of the drivers I will be competing against and I know they will be very fast, guys like Sesks and Ingram. But I try not to focus on them, I just focus on my job and build my experience because I’ve not done many rallies in the car and the two I have done were on snow. So this rally is all about learning and being smart. And I also need to think about the Latvian championship.”





Alexandros Tsouloftas (CYP) ERC1 Junior
Co-driver: Antonis Chrysostomou (CYP) Team: Toksport WRT Car: ŠKODA Fabia R5




“We are second in ERC1 Junior so of course the main goal is to try to keep that position. I know it’s going to be a fast race and, to be honest, I’ve never done one of these Scandinavian-style rallies before. But I do love speed and I’m really looking forward to it. The competition is going to be huge, especially as we have Arai, Solberg and Sesks now and Mattias Adielsson is back. It’s going to be a big challenge but I my main goal is to finish and keep my second position in the championship.”





Pedro Antunes (PRT) ERC3 Junior
Co-driver: Paulo Lopes (PRT) Team: FPAK Portugal Team ERC Car: Ford Fiesta R2T



“After Rally Islas Canarias we had some talks with M-Sport and we are excited to try this car. We are going to do some testing on Wednesday and this will be the first time for me in the Fiesta. The result of the rally will depend on how I think the car is and my adaptation because it’s a different car to the Peugeot and I have never driven with a turbo before. Every driver in R2 is curious about this car because of the fantastic performance we saw on Rally Islas Canarias.


We saw it has more power, mostly on Tarmac, but I think we will see a good performance on gravel. Of course this rally will be a big challenge for me because I have never been to this rally before. We have some rallies on gravel in Portugal in similar conditions but not with the same speed. I have seen some images and it looks like a nice rally. Whatever happens, I just want to take advantage of the opportunity I have and do the best result I can.”




Dominik Brož (CZE) ERC3 Junior
Co-driver: Petr Tĕšínský (CZE) Team: ACCR Czech Rally Team Car: Peugeot 208 R2



“After missing Rally Islas Canarias due to logistical reasons, I am very happy that we will start Rally Liepāja. I must say big thanks to my partners and the Czech federation for making this possible. There are very nice stages in Latvia and we will try again to do our best.”





Erik Cais (CZE) ERC3 Junior
Co-driver: Jindřiška Žáková (CZE) Team: ACCR Czech Rally Team Car: Ford Fiesta R2T



“From looking at the on-board footage it looks like a very fast so I’m full of expectations just how fast it will be. But it will be quite hectic for me because I will go straight from my final exam at school to the airport – I will change my civil suit for a P1 racing suit!”




Jean-Baptiste Franceschi (FRA) ERC3 Junior
Co-driver: Jacques-Julien Renucci (FRA) Car: Ford Fiesta R2T




“It’s a very special event, especially for me because I’m really not used to the fast roads we will find. I know it won’t be easy to be in front of the other drivers but we will prepare as well as we can. Thanks to M-Sport I will do two days of testing, which will be perfect for me to help me learn. The objective is to be in the fight for the victory but let’s see.”




Sindre Furuseth (NOR) ERC3 Junior
Co-driver: Jim Hjerpe (SWE) Team: Saintéloc Junior Team Car: Peugeot 208 R2




“We are for the first time this year visiting a rally I went to last year. Even though we had an early retirement last year I feel we got a taste for the rally, and we will try to use that advantage this year. It is one the fastest rallies in Europe, so to find the confidence to push will be the key for us. I have prepared well with what we have from last year, and the goal is to get the win. We have been strong so far this year, but now we need the results.”




Miika Hokkanen (FIN) ERC3 Junior
Co-driver: Rami Suorsa (FIN) Team: Mavisa Sport Car: Peugeot 208 R2



“Rally Liepāja is a nice event with very beautiful stages. I did the rally last year in autumn and this year it will be in spring. I think it’s even better for the spectators because the weather may be warmer. Our first event of the season didn’t go well after two punctures and hopefully we can make it better this time. We will make a one-day test with Mavisa Sport and let’s see if we can find a good set-up for the race.”





Gregor Jeets (EST) ERC3 Junior
Co-driver: Kuldar Sikk (EST) Team: Estonian Autosport Junior Team Car: Ford Fiesta R2T



“It’s my debut in the ERC so it’s my first big event. In fact, I have only done seven rallies and the two rallies I have done this year were winter rallies. Before rallying I did five years in karting in Estonia, Finland and Europe and I also did the world championship for one year. My father Raul Jeets did the ERC so rallying is in my family. Also when you have Ott Tänak and Markko Märtin coming from your country you realise everything is possible. I am getting support from the Estonian Autosport Union, it’s new for this year but to have this support is a very good feeling.”




Kristóf Klausz (HUN) ERC3 Junior
Co-driver: Ágnes Farnadi (HUN) Team: Klaus Motorsport Car: Peugeot 208 R2



“I know Rally Liepāja really well, this will be my sixth time, so we will try to finish on the podium. I really love the speed of the stages and after not being able to show the speed in Gran Canaria, I am really waiting for Rally Liepāja. I really like the speed and the fast corners. I will do my best.”





Efrén Llarena (ESP) ERC3 Junior
Co-driver: Sara Fernández (ESP) Team: Rally Team Spain Car: Peugeot 208 R2



“It’s going to be a very difficult rally for me. I did the recce last year but really it’s a completely new rally for me because I have never driven on these very fast roads before and the first time will be in the Free Practice. It won’t be easy but I will do the best I can to score as many points as possible.”




Elias Lundberg (SWE) ERC3 Junior
Co-driver: David Arhusiander (SWE) Team: ADAC Opel Rallye Junior Team Car: Opel ADAM R2



“My co-driver David and I are really looking forward to Rally Liepāja. It feels good to be back on gravel after the trouble-filled rally in Gran Canaria. I know the ADAC Opel Rallye Team has the right knowledge and will to win. Our ADAM R2 is strong and has proved to be fast on gravel in the past. This leaves it up to us in the car to perform on top. This year’s competition in the FIA ERC3 Junior Championship is extremely hard and a lot of the drivers have been to Liepāja before so we need to do our best from the preparation of the rally until the last stage. We had a good start on gravel in the Azores so I hope we can fight for the podium again in Latvia.”





Grégoire Munster (BEL) ERC3 Junior
Co-driver: Louis Louka (BEL) Team: ADAC Opel Rallye Junior Team Car: Opel ADAM R2



“After our good appearance in Gran Canaria I am very much looking forward to those super-fast Latvian gravel stages. Even if we didn’t have the opportunity to reduce our lack of experience on this surface very much in the Azores, my co-driver Louis and I will give all we have to clinch a good result again in Liepāja. So gaining speed and confidence on gravel will be the main objective during our next ERC Junior adventure! I am confident that together with our great boys from the ADAC Opel Rallye Junior Team we will be able to reduce the gap to the fastest guys in the extremely competitive ERC3 Junior Championship.”





Steve Røkland (NOR) ERC3 Junior
Co-driver: Marius Fuglerud (NOR) Team: Steve Røkland Motorsport Car: Peugeot 208 R2




“I am back in my Peugeot for this rally but I’ve had this car since 2014 so I have lots of experience and hopefully it will be fast enough to challenge for my first win. The roads have quite a similar surface to what we have in Norway, just a bit softer. I’d not driven my Peugeot for six or seven months but we had a short test in Norway, not too many runs but enough to be ready for the rally.”




Roman Schwedt (DEU) ERC3 Junior
Co-driver: Lina Meter (DEU) Team: Team ROMO Car: Peugeot 208 R2


“I’ve seen the videos and it looks really, really fast, not so many jumps but the speeds look like they will be really, really high. To me it looks really crazy to drive a car on gravel roads that are so fast but I have two days of testing to get the feeling with the car on gravel. I’ve not had such good luck this season but that’s rally.”




Petr Semerád (CZE) ERC3 Junior
Co-driver: Jiří Hlávka (CZE) Team: ACCR Czech Rally Team Car: Peugeot 208 R2



“This will be my first gravel rally in my career and I hope it will be a successful one. We went to Liepāja last year for the ERC Junior Experience training programme and did a small test and the recce. It was quite nice and at least I know how the roads look, very fast, quite wide and I like that.”




Roland Stengg (AUT) ERC3 Junior
Co-driver: Alessandra Baumann (DEU) Team: Stengg Motorsport Car: Opel ADAM R2



“Rally Liepāja is my favourite gravel event of the season. The wide and fast roads are fun and challenging. The goal for us is to get under one second per kilometre to the top guys which is extremely hard because of their experience on the surface. Unfortunately, we can’t test before so our first metres will be the Free Practice on Friday.”




Ken Torn (EST) ERC3 Junior
Co-driver: Kauri Pannas (EST) Team: Estonian Autosport Junior Team Car: Ford Fiesta R2T



“I’ve not done this rally before but I think the stages will be similar to what we have in south Estonia. My aim is to prepare well, to finish the rally and to enjoy the weekend. For sure we want a good result and the new Fiesta is a very good R2 car, I enjoy it a lot and it’s a good step up from the previous Fiesta. I don’t know many of the drivers but I do know Jean-Baptiste Franceschi because we competed together in the world championship last season.”




 Richard Rodgers,  photos FIA ERC

     

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22.05.2019 / MaP

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- Former French Junior champion joins hugely competitive category - Frenchman to campaign M-Sport Poland Ford Fiesta R2T - Franceschi: “I can’t wait to push on Rally Islas Canarias stages”Jean-Baptis more >>
Third-generation Tejpar builds experience at European level, targets ERC3 Junior points
30.04.2019
*Tejpar registers for European championship on Rally Islas Canarias *Experience-building key on challenging asphalt event *Rally di Roma Capitale entry under considerationNabila Tejpar will continue to build he more >>
ERC Junior preview: Rally Islas Canarias
29.04.2019
An expanded 19-strong entry featuring some of rallying’s most exciting young talents has been assembled for this week’s Rally Islas Canarias with drivers building their experience on the all-asphalt stages following the gravel-based season opener in the Azores las more >>

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