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ERC Junior preview: Barum Czech Rally Zlin

ERC Junior preview: Barum Czech Rally Zlin

13.08.2019: The battle for the FIA ERC1 Junior title – and the 100,000 euros to use for the final 2019 European championship rounds in Cyprus and Hungary – will be a straight fight between Briton Chris Ingram (Toksport WRT) and home hope Filip Mareš, who is backed by

The battle for the FIA ERC1 Junior title – and the 100,000 euros to use for the final 2019 European championship rounds in Cyprus and Hungary – will be a straight fight between Briton Chris Ingram (Toksport WRT) and home hope Filip Mareš, who is backed by his country’s ASN, the Autoklub of the Czech Republic, on Barum Czech Rally Zlín this week (16-18 August).




Meanwhile, it’s a three-way fight in the Pirelli-supported ERC3 Junior Championship between Ken Torn (Estonian Autosport Junior Team), Efrén Llarena (Rally Team Spain) and Sindre Furuseth (Saintéloc Junior Team) with the winner getting two rounds in next year’s ERC in an R5 car.



On the sealed-surface Barum Czech Rally Zlín, Nikolay Gryazin will take up his second of two prize drivers from promoter Eurosport Events for winning ERC1 Junior in 2018 with Sports Racing Technologies.



Mattias Adielsson is switching from a Citroën C3 R5 to a Ford Fiesta R5 run by Orsák Rally Sport, the Sweden National Team driver taking advantage of a more affordable financial package for his limited funds as he bids to finish in the top three of the final ERC1 Junior standings.



Japan’s Hiroki Arai once sampled the Zlín stages in the back seat of his father Toshi’s recce car before he was old enough to hold a driving licence of his own. He competes in a Yokohama-equipped Citroën.



Highly-rated Miko Marczyk, whose ŠKODA Polska Motorsport Fabia is run by Czech rallying legend and three-time Zlín winner Roman Kresta – who is also behind the participation of Filip Mareš – is a Zlín rookie.



Tomáš Pospíšilík, one of the original ERC Junior intake from 2014, is returning to the category on his home event, only this time he’ll be at the wheel of an R5 car.



Simon Wagner will build on his potential at R5 level when he steps up to ERC1 Junior on Barum Czech Rally Zlín, a move the ERC3 Junior graduate hopes will lead to more action in the category next season.



Aside from ERC3 Junior title contenders Torn, Llarena and Furuseth, a number of young talents will be chasing success in the Pirelli-supported category. Czechfederation-backed Erik Cais led his class on his Zlín debut last season and starts this year boosted by his breakthrough podium in Italy at the wheel of a Ford Fiesta R2T, the car of choice for Estonian Autosport Junior Team pair Torn and Gregor Jeets.



Having been forced to withdraw from Rally di Roma Capitale with a trapped nerve in his left arm, Elias Lundberg is back in action for his maiden Zlín appearance. The Swede’s fellow ADAC Opel Rallye Junior Team driver, Grégoire Munster, made his ERC3 Junior debut in Zlín last season and demonstrated his strong sealed-surface pace on the last round in Rome.



Belgian Amaury Molle makes his first ERC3 Junior start since 2015, while Czech teen Petr Semerád, gets an Opel ADAM R2 for his second ERC3 Junior run. Hungarian Kristóf Klausz has previous Zlín experience to call on and is aiming for a podium, boosted by a win in an R5 in his homeland recently. Quotes from Klausz and all other ERC Junior drivers competing in Zlín appear below.




Mattias Adielsson (SWE) ERC1 Junior
Co-driver: Andreas Johansson (SWE) Entrant: Sweden National Team Car: Ford Fiesta R5


“For three weeks I was out of making the start in Zlín and was almost having to give up the chance of a top-three finish at the end of the ERC1 Junior season. I couldn’t accept that, so thankfully Jaroslav Orsák gave me this great opportunity to do the rally. I want to thank Vincent [Ducher] and the Saintéloc team for a great understanding and for the previous races, the guys have been doing a great job.


Now I start the process of working with a new team and, hopefully, getting the result we need in Zlín, which could be very important for our future plans. It will be fun to start this fantastic event for the first time in an R5 car. I have been looking forward for that since I was there 2015 for first time with our R2. The rally is very demanding and difficult, but we have a good plan and I feel confident to follow that.”





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


“When my father did Barum Czech Rally Zlín in the R4 Subaru I was allowed to be in the back seat of the car for the recce before I had my driving licence, so I actually have some experience of the roads but not really much real experience. I know they are faster and not as twisty as what we experienced in Rome. If it rains, then I expect the roads to be really tricky and this will make the stages very interesting. Yokohama has been working hard on the tyre – I hope we can be consistently in the top five positions.”






Nikolay Gryazin (RUS) ERC1 Junior
Co-driver: Yaroslav Fedorov (RUS) Entrant: Sports Racing Technologies Car: ŠKODA Fabia R5


“It’s our fourth time on this rally and for us it’s not easy, a really tricky and bumpy rally, and if it’s raining it’s especially not easy. You have a wide road sometimes then the narrow parts, which are in the forest and dirty – it almost feels like you are driving on gravel. You need to have a good set-up for this type of Tarmac because it’s not like any other rallies.


Because we are using this [second prize drive] to prepare for the world championship rally in Germany, it will not be like a pushing race for us, but we will try to manage our set-up. In Rally di Roma Capitale we were trying to push but after our crash we were not able to set up the car so at the start in Barum I will be more cautious to gain some improvements. Barum is a really iconic race with lots of spectators and competitors who are not easy to beat. Hopefully we can be on the same level as the leaders but with guys like Alexey Lukyanuk and Jan Kopecký it’s not easy.”






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



“The Barum Rally will be very important as it will decide the ERC1 Junior Championship. I am disappointed I have not been able to drive to my potential on the last rounds of the championship and have taken a step back to see what has happened. In Barum last year we had a strong pace at the end of the rally, setting times faster than rally legends like Kopecký, Lukyanuk and Sordo. I know what we have to do – I need to do my job to the best of my ability in every area. Winning the title would be huge and give us the chance to continue our fight for the overall title but I need to step up the game now.”





Miko Marczyk (POL) ERC1 Junior
Co-driver: Szymon Gospadarczyk (POL) Entrant: ŠKODA Polska Motorsport Car: ŠKODA Fabia R5


“We will start Barum Czech Rally Zlín after a really nice result on Rally Rzeszów. I’m very happy to be this weekend in Zlín. I know that this is one of the hardest Tarmac rallies in the world, not only with demanding stages, but also demanding competitors – ERC and local drivers. It’s good to start for the first time in Barum, because hopefully I can get some knowledge for the future.


Because of this it’s more like a training rally but of course I would like to be competitive on a few stages, although I have a full understanding of how difficult it will be. I have done some testing on roads similar to what we have on the rally because my team is run by Roman Kresta, who knows this rally very well and has given advice about how demanding it is. I hope this can be an advantage for us but, for the first time, I know this is a very difficult rally.”





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



“First of all, I have to say we are glad that we even are in the title fight before the Barum, it underlines our good season so far. Now we are 100 per cent ready for the final round, to give everything into the fight for the title and try to make the season even better. Barum will be the highlight of the season in both the ERC and Czech championship. The fabulous stage Pindula is back on the itinerary, while other parts will be new for us. The competition will be very tough, and I am sure we will face many challenges during the rally.


Our plan is to present ourselves with good speed, we want to be consistent in every stage and finish the rally with no big mistakes. I am sure, we are able to do it. From the beginning of the season, the motivation is really high as the budget for the last two ERC rounds is in the game. I trust, we can win the championship and I hope the Czech fans will help us to reach it!”





Tomáš Pospíšilík (CZE) ERC1 Junior
Co-driver: Jiří Hovorka (CZE) Entrant: BTH Import Stal Rally Team Car: ŠKODA Fabia R5


“I started on only a few races this year because I had two crashes, we had to repair the car and it cost a lot of money. This is my home race and to drive on it is like my dream. I am preparing hard because I will have my sponsors, my girlfriend, family and friends here. Last year we were on the 13th position. Now I want the top 10.”





Simon Wagner (AUT) ERC1 Junior
Co-driver: Gerald Winter (AUT) Entrant: Rallytechnology Car: ŠKODA Fabia R5 Evo


“For me, Barum is the season highlight in ERC, it’s simply incredible to drive there. The spectators, the roads, the unpredictable weather conditions, the different grip, this all makes the Barum one of the most beautiful but also the most difficult rallies in Europe. I really want to thank my sponsors, my co-driver Gerry [Gerald Winter], my family and of course my team Eurosol Racing for making this dream, driving here with an R5 car, come true. I hope I can pay them back with a strong result.


The competition in ERC1 and especially in ERC1 Junior is very high and everybody needs to go to the limit and give everything. It's very exciting to see where we will find ourselves in this fight and how far we will get. For sure fighting with the frontrunners is going to be lots of work, especially as we will start with the brand-new ŠKODAFabia R5 Evo and lack the experience.”





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



“I did Rally Rzeszów in Poland last weekend, which was my test and for sure it helped to work on the set-up. It was going pretty well, and I had good speed before I had to stop with damage to the car. But everything is fine for Barum. It’s going to be little stressful this week because there are a lot of people I know, and people expect. It was going well on my debut in Zlín last year but I think it will be much harder this year because there will be more competition and a lot of really fast guys. I am hoping for rain because I know the roads and I know what to expect in difficult conditions.”




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


“It’s another new rally for me but I’ve always loved to follow this rally because of its particularity and atmosphere. To be honest, I don’t know anything about this rally except that this rally is crazy! Thanks to M-Sport, we will have two day of tests to be perfectly prepared for this event as much as we can. My goal in these tests is to find confidence on this very special and fast Tarmac. Then my main objective for this rally is to give everything I can to make a strong performance in front of a big army of 39 R2 cars. And to do a beautiful result for all the team of course.”





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



“Barum is a really special and difficult event, with always a lot of unpredictability and things happening. We will attack the weekend as we have done all this year, try to be fast, but stay out of trouble. It would mean a lot to win the title because it really helps on making the step permanently to R5 and provides two great opportunities in 2020. After our mistake in Rome the title looks rather difficult for us, but we will definitely try to do our part of the job and win the rally.”





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



“My father [Raul Jeets] has been to this rally before and has given me some tips about what I can expect. Yesterday we watched some videos of the stages and I think if it rains then it will be quite a hard rally. I did a rally in Lithuania last weekend and finished second in class and I have quite a good feeling now.”






Kristóf Klausz (HUN) ERC3 Junior
Co-driver: Botond Csány (HUN) Entrant: Klaus Motorsport Car: Peugeot 208 R2


“I have a lot of past experiences of this rally so I really would like to take this chance to fight for a podium. This rally has many difficult stages, they are bumpy and it’s always difficult to always keep the car on the road. You also have to be careful with the cuts because some corners you can cut, in others there are stones and trees and other things like this. We will do a test session on Tuesday, but I arrive on this rally with a really good feeling after my first outright win in the Mitropa Cup in Hungary. It was a good result in an R5 car.”




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



“My aim, obviously, it to win the rally and get the title. We know it's going to be really difficult because we depend on Ken Torn's result. Barum Czech Rally Zlín is always a big challenge for everybody. We have to attack and give the maximum of us from the beginning. Last year we were on the pace, we finished the first loop in third position, and we had planned to attack much more in the following stages, but, suddenly, we had to retire after a mechanical failure in our car. We could restart for the final leg, so we know all the route.



It would be a dream to be ERC3 Junior champions, the best reward for the huge work made since last year by the Real Federación Española de Automovilismo(RFEDA) Rallye Team Spain project, the Mavisa Sport team, my co-driver Sara and me, and all the people behind us, supporting our programme.”





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




“I’m back in good health after Rally di Roma Capitale and both me and my co-driver are focused on ending the ERC3 Junior season on a high. It was a pinched nerve in my left arm that caused our retirement in Italy, but to be honest, it was a trouble-filled season so far.



We are even more determined to leave it all behind and finish the year with a good result. Most of all I would like to bring home a good result for my awesome guys in the ADAC Opel Rallye Junior Team to reward their hard work throughout the whole season. I’m really looking forward to Barum Czech Rally Zlin. It’s a new type of rally for me and the competition in the ERC3 Junior will be as tough as usual. We’ll focus on increasing our pace on Tarmac and do our best.”




Amaury Molle (BEL) ERC3 Junior
Co-driver: Florian Barral (FRA) Entrant: Toksport WRT Car: Peugeot 208 R2



“I only from watching videos and the stories that it’s fast and bumpy. The competition in ERC Junior is really high and I know a lot of the drivers did the last edition of Barum. I will miss this experience, so I’ve been talking with Chris Ingram. He has experience there and we’re in the same team so he’s helping me with onboards from the past few years and telling me about the specifics of the rally.



I am told the roads are very slippery, but you have to know where it’s slippery and where it’s not. For sure it’s better to discover a rally in dry conditions, but if it’s slippery maybe I will know a little more about what to expect, although from what Dani Sordo said when he discovered the rally last year, it’s not easy for the first time.”




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


“Our motivation to deliver a good performance at the ERC Junior season final couldn’t be higher. Louis and I showed an encouraging pace during the last event in Rome but unfortunately were not able to transform it into the expected result. At the Barum Czech Rally Zlín we will try to show the same good pace and finish our ERC Junior experience on a positive note.


While we have experienced the extremely high level of competition in the ERC3 Junior Championship we have also gained the conviction that we are capable of keeping the high pace if we get our act together. We will do everything to prove this during our last outing in the ADAC Opel Rallye Junior Team.”





Petr Semerád (CZE) ERC3 Junior
Co-driver: Jiří Hlávka (CZE) Entrant: GO+Cars GO+Eauto Car: Opel ADAM R2


“Everyone knows this is one of the most difficult Tarmac rallies in Europe. It’s very specific and a really big challenge with the cuts but I can’t wait. The roads can be very slippery with all the things from the trees falling onto the road. The driver who knows how to deal with the situation the best will do very well. I plan to go flat out. I’m much happier with the Opel. I like the suspension with the Öhlins dampers. I used the Opel to win the Czech rallysprint title last year, so I’ve got some experience with this car.”




Jan Talaš (CZE) ERC3 Junior
Co-driver: Tomáš Šmíd (CZE) Entrant: ACCR Czech Rally Team Car: Peugeot 208 R2


“I am bursting to start this highlight of Czech rally scene and the final round of ERC3 Junior Championship. We are doing the maximum to have our car in 100 per cent condition. As my regular co-driver [Ondřej Krajča] is doing the Czech championship with a different driver, I will start with a different one [Tomáš Šmíd].



We did Rally Bohemia together and we will make everything to work at 100 per cent in the car. We would like to fight for the highest places, but we know very well it is a very difficult task as there is lot of fast local drivers from the Zlín region and also fast drivers from abroad so it will be big fight.”




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




“For sure it’s a very big thing. At the beginning of the season I didn’t expect to be taking part in the ERC, but every round has gone well, and we have been getting better and better. Now for the final round it’s possible to take the [championship] win.



The prize is a very good opportunity because for a young driver to find the budget to compete in an R5 car is not easy, but the champion will get two rallies in an R5 car, which is very good. When I’ve watched the videos of the stages, they are different to what we had in Roma. You see some gravel on the road so maybe it will be one of the hardest rallies I have done.”





Did you know?



Tomáš Pospíšilík took part on the very first ERC Junior round on Rally Liepāja in 2014 driving a ŠKODAFabia R2. He returns to the ERC Junior after five years, this time with the Czech firm’s R5 equivalent.




ERC Junior Barum Czech Rally Zlín essentials


What: FIA ERC1/ERC3 Junior Championship round 6 of 6
When: 16-18 August 2019
Where: Zlín, Czech Republic
Headquarters: Regional Authority - Building 21, třída T. Bati 21, 761 90 Zlín (Building 21, Zlín)
ERC appearances (since 2004 restructuring): 15 (2004-2018)
Stages: 15
Stage distance: 219.63 kilometres
Liaison distance: 545.68 kilometres
Total distance: 765.31 kilometres
Surface: Asphalt
ERC1 Junior winners 2018: Nikolay Gryazin (RUS)/Yaroslav Fedorov (RUS) ŠKODA Fabia R5
ERC3 Junior winners 2018: Mārtiņš Sesks (LVA)/Renārs Francis (LVA) Opel ADAM R2
Autograph session: 19h00, Tuesday 13 August, Zlaté Jablko Shopping Centre, Náměstí Míru, Zlín
Free Practice: 08h00-09h30, 16 August, Pohořelice (4.40 kilometres)
Qualifying Stage: 09h35-10h20, 16 August, Pohořelice (4.40 kilometres)






 Richard Rodgers, photos FIA ERC

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13.08.2019 / MaP

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FIA ERC Rally di Roma Capitale 2019 SS 6 - Santopadre-Arpino 2, SS length: 21.17 kmSaturday, July 20th 20191     11ITA     1     Basso G. / Granai LorenzoŠkoda Fabia R5 more >>
Rally di Roma Capitale stage 5 classification - top 20
20.07.2019
FIA ERC Rally di Roma Capitale 2019 SS 5 - Roccasecca-Colle San Magno 2, SS length: 13.93 kmSaturday, July 20th 20191     11ITA     1     Basso G. / Granai Lorenzo&Scar more >>
Rally di Roma Capitale Stage 4 standings top 20
20.07.2019
FIA ERC Rally di Roma Capitale 2019 SS 4 - Pico-Greci 2, SS length: 19.46 km  Saturday, July 20th 20191     11ITA     2     Basso G. / Granai LorenzoŠ more >>
Driving parade brings FIA European Rally Championship to the centre of Rome
20.07.2019
  Drivers from the FIA European Rally Championship enjoyed a motorised tour of central Rome on Friday evening as the traditional Rally di Roma Capitale parade attracted significant interest from members of the public in the historic Italian city. more >>
Rally di Roma Capitale Stage 3 full revised classification
20.07.2019
FIA ERC Rally di Roma Capitale 2019 SS 3 - Santopadre-Arpino 1, SS length: 21.17 kmSaturday, July 20th 20191     16ITA     1     Crugnola Andrea / Ometto P.Ško more >>
Rally di Roma Capitale Stage 3 classification - top 20
20.07.2019
FIA ERC Rally di Roma Capitale 2019 SS 3 - Santopadre-Arpino 1, SS length: 21.17 kmSaturday, July 20th 2019provisional top 201     16ITA     1     more >>
Rally di Roma Capitale Stage 2 classification
20.07.2019
FIA ERC Rally di Roma Capitale 2019 SS 2 - Roccasecca-Colle San Magno 1, SS length: 13.93 kmSaturday, July 20th 20191     16ITA     2     Crugnola Andrea / Ometto P. more >>
Rally di Roma Capitale Stage 1 overall classification
20.07.2019
FIA ERC Rally di Roma Capitale 2019 SS 1 - Pico-Greci 1, SS length: 19.46 kmSaturday, July 20th 20191     10LVA         Gryazin Nikolay / Fedorov Y.&Sca more >>

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