ERC Junior preview: Rally di Roma Capitale

ERC Junior preview: Rally di Roma Capitale

15.07.2019: As Nikolay Gryazin and Mārtiņš Sesks prepare to take up their prize drives for winning the 2018 FIA ERC1 Junior and FIA ERC3 Junior titles respectively, the race to follow in their wheel tracks continues apace when Rally di Roma Capitale hosts t

As Nikolay Gryazin and Mārtiņš Sesks prepare to take up their prize drives for winning the 2018 FIA ERC1 Junior and FIA ERC3 Junior titles respectively, the race to follow in their wheel tracks continues apace when Rally di Roma Capitale hosts the penultimate event of the 2019 season from 19-21 July.



Briton Chris Ingram heads ERC1 Junior, the category for young stars in R5 cars, while Norway’s Sindre Furuseth is on top in ERC3 Junior for R2 cars running on Pirelli tyres.



ACCR Czech Rally Team’s Filip Mareš has emerged as Ingram’s closest challenger in ERC1 Junior following a podium in Latvia and maiden victory in Poland. His participation in Rome is still to be confirmed following his car-damaging crash on the Czech championship-counting Rally Bohemia last weekend, although the Kresta Racing-run prospect is “90 per cent” sure he will compete in Italy.



Having contested the last two gravel-based rounds, Japan’s Hiroki Arai gets to show his skills on asphalt in his Team STARD Citroën. However, with regular co-driver Ilka Minor unavailable, Arai links up with another Austrian, Jürgen Heigl, who has worked as STARD’s team co-ordinator of late and has considerable competition experience.



Canary Islander Emma Falcón makes her second ERC1 Junior start in what is being treated as a learning year at R5 level. Mārtiņš Sesks, meanwhile, finished on the podium on Rally Liepāja – his R5 debut – and won ERC3 Junior in Rome last season. His LMT Autosporta Akadēmija-entered ŠKODA Fabia R5 uses Pirelli tyres and is run by Rome-based Motorsport Italia.



While Sindre Furuseth has yet to win in ERC3 Junior this season, the Saintéloc Junior Team driver has been a quick model of consistency and impressed on his Rome debut last year.



Close rival Efrén Llarena has been in a race against time to ready a replacement Peugeot 208 R2 after his original Rallye Team Spain entry was badly damaged in a dramatic crash in Poland, from which Llarena and co-driving mechanic Sara Fernández were lucky to escape unharmed.



Fresh from his class victory on Rally Estonia last weekend, Ken Torn is bidding for a third consecutive ERC3 Junior win but admits his lack of asphalt experience could hold him back in his Ford Fiesta R2T. Gregor Jeets lines-up in a second Estonian Autosport Junior Team entry for his first asphalt rally, while Briton James Williams makes his ERC3 Junior debut reliant on Fiesta power.



ADAC Opel Rallye Junior Team twins Elias Lundberg and Grégoire Munster start Rally di Roma Capitale for the first time hoping for a change of fortune after they retired on the same stage in Poland. Munster scored a confidence-boosting class triumph on Rally Luxembourg last Saturday and has a preference for asphalt, a surface still quite alien to Lundberg. PZM 76th Rally Poland was also tough for FPAK Portugal Team ERC’s Pedro Antunes, but he battled adversity to finish a battling fifth in class.



Erik Cais and fellow ACCR Czech Rally Team driver Jan Talaš are back on their preferred Tarmac in Italy, as is Roman Schwedt, who is reunited with former co-driver Henry Wichura on the back of his career-best fourth in class in Poland. The German was second in class behind Munster in Luxembourg.




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


“I like Tarmac and gravel evenly, but the main target is to get the feedback for Yokohama because this will be the first Tarmac event this year. It’s also my first time on Tarmac with the Citroën C3 R5 and my first time with [Jürgen Heigl] because Ilka [Minor] is not available for this event. We will test in Italy on Tuesday.”





Emma Falcón (ESP) ERC1 Junior
Co-driver: Eduardo González (ESP) Team: Escuderia Fuertwagen Motorsport Car: Citroën C3 R5


“This is one of the rallies that I most like and enjoy, and my team and I have participated in it. Having the start in the centre of Rome is amazing, the entire route is fun it has some similarities with Rally Islas Canarias. This will be my first participation in Rome with the R5 car and this year has been about getting acquainted with the car. Hopefully next year we participate in more events. We are already preparing for next season and the rallies we want to participate in.”





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


“We expect to drive clean and have fun. We are not driving [to score] points because we are not in the championship. We are using the races for the set-up and for the experience and this is really good for us. But it will not be easy because, on Tarmac, it is difficult to be on the limit, to be very fast.”







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

“I’ve been thinking why I am only fast at the end of a rally so I need to go into Rome to enjoy it and the times will come from the start if I am confident. I know I’ve not been able to string [the perfect] rally together for a while but I’m really confident for Rome and I know the rally from the last two years.”




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

“I am a little disappointed after our crash on Rally Bohemia and we are doing everything we can to be at the start in Rome. There is a lot of work to do but I hope it will be possible. We went out of the road and hit a ditch with the front. The damage is expensive, but we won’t know until we can start the engine if it will be possible to do the rally. At the moment it is 90 per cent possible but we don’t know for sure. I have some great memories from Rome from 2017. It was my first and only win in ERC3 Junior and it was a nice experience. The victory in Poland was unexpected so we have to be confident for Rome.”



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


“There is everything on this rally from nice curvy roads to small roads that in a road car it’s not possible to drive through it normally and we are flying through at more than 140kph. It’s really extreme but that means you need to keep focused all the time on your pacenotes – your driving needs to be perfect. I haven’t done much Tarmac this year, but I hope to be back in shape after my test on Tuesday. I am comfortable on Tarmac and I hope I will be in the R5 for the first time.”





Pedro Antunes (PRT) ERC3 Junior
Co-driver: Paulo Lopes (PRT) Team: FPAK Portugal Team ERC Car: Peugeot 208 R2


“I don’t know the rally, but I do know it’s a different rally from Canarias, for example, so we will see what is possible. But we do know there will be really fast guys there. We will try to be in the top five because to be in the top three is maybe difficult. But we will try. I enjoy both surfaces. Honestly, I prefer gravel, but I think I am fast on Tarmac as well.”




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


“I really want to do some great results in Roma, but we will see because there will be lots of fast drivers there. We have to go flat out with these guys and it’s so difficult to do a great result. I hope Tarmac will be lucky for me because it’s a surface I really like and know much better than gravel.”




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


“The championship looks good with three second places, but with the four best scores counting we really need to a victory because the points difference between first and second place is big. It’s vital to get a victory and Rome is a good opportunity. We know the stages from last year, only one stage is new, I’m happy with my driving on Tarmac and we had a good set-up for Tarmac in Canarias. Obviously, there are different challenges in Rome with the cuts and bumpy stages, but we have a detailed plan for our test on Tuesday. We need to put together the package we have in the best way to be in the fight, but we also need to find the right balance.”




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


“It’s my very first Tarmac rally. Last weekend I did Rally Estonia [on gravel] and tomorrow we have one day of testing in Italy. This is my preparation, but we also watch some videos. I have six years of karting behind me so maybe this can help me. Because I don’t have any experience my plan is to collect as much experience as possible. This is the target.”




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


“After the accident in Poland we have a rental car from Mavisa Sport. Of course, it is great we are at the start because we thought it might not be possible. But the Spanish federation has given us good support, they help us a lot to be here in Rome. It’s going to be a challenging rally, it’s difficult with a lot of corners, very bumpy. We have a test on Tuesday where I will work with my engineer and with my team to find a good set-up for the rally.”




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


“This season has been a tough one for us and the team. But we will never stop continuing to work hard in order to gain good results until the end. We are hoping for a trouble-free rally and will aim to develop our experience on Tarmac together with our ADAC Opel Rallye Junior Team. I’d say less than 10 per cent of the rallies I have contested in my career were on Tarmac, so I still have something to learn. But our big improvement on Rally Islas Canarias was quite encouraging so I can’t wait to take on Italian Tarmac with my Opel ADAM R2.”





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

“While our retirement in Poland was very disappointing of course, the rally was also an encouraging experience. Louis and I developed our performance on gravel and continued gaining precious experience on that surface. Rally di Roma Capitale obviously will be completely different, a tricky challenge on Tarmac which I know much better. After we finished fourth on the second round in Gran Canaria our goal in Italy will be to equal or even improve this result. I feel the whole ADAC Opel Rallye Junior Team and the ADAM R2 are capable of achieving this goal, even if the competition in ERC3 Junior is so incredibly tough.”




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


“I started my career on Tarmac in Germany so for me it’s much easier to drive on Tarmac than gravel and I hope I can really do good in Rome. We need to see how the others are there but I’m happy for Rome and I hope it’s going to be all good. I didn’t know anything about the rally so the day after [Poland] I started [my preparations]. I am confident with the experience I have on Tarmac.”





Jan Talaš (CZE) ERC3 Junior
Co-driver: Ondřej Krajča (CZE) Team: ACCR Czech Rally Team Car: Peugeot 208 R2


“I am really looking forward to what is another new rally for me. A lot of new experiences are waiting for me and we are returning to Tarmac, which is my favourite surface as all rallies in Czech Republic are done only on Tarmac.”





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


“I’m quite a rookie on Tarmac actually but after two Corsica rallies, I love Tarmac, it’s quite fun. I’m actually going to treat this rally more like a Test on Tarmac because I still need more experience. We are aiming for a clean run and for sure we will go there with a good feeling after our victory on Rally Estonia.”





James Williams (GBR) ERC3 Junior
Co-driver: Tom Woodburn (GBR) Team: Ford Fiesta R2T


“I’ve only done the BRC before so it will be a big step up, but it will be interesting. I quite like Tarmac, it’s a strong surface for me. Going to Rome will be new. I have to find my feet, but Tuesday’s test will give me a chance to see what the roads are like, the characteristics. I’ll be sussing it out a little bit but it’s a good opportunity.”





Did you know?



Andrea Crugnola, who battled Stéphane Lefebvrefor the inaugural ERC Junior title in 2014, steps up to the European championship’s top tier for the first time on Rally di Roma Capitale armed with a Fabia R5.




ERC Junior Rally di Roma Capitale essentials




Starts: 19h00, 19 July, Castel Sant’Angelo, Rome
Finishes: 20h30, 21 July, Lido di Ostia
Headquarters: Best Western Hotel Fiuggi Terme Resort & Spa, Via Capo i Prati 9, 03014 Fiuggi
ERC appearances (since 2004 restructuring): 2 (2017, 2018)
Stages: 16

Stage distance: 203.34 kilometres
Liaison distance: 740.67 kilometres
Total distance: 944.01 kilometres
Surface: Asphalt



ERC1 Junior winners 2018: Fabian Kreim (DEU)/Frank Christian (DEU) ŠKODA Fabia R5

ERC3 Junior winners 2018: Mārtiņš Sesks (LVA)/Renārs Francis (LVA) Opel ADAM R2

Free Practice (for priority drivers): 07h30-09h00, 19 July, Fumone – Frosinone (4.02 kilometres)
Qualifying Stage (for priority drivers): 09h30, 19 July, Fumone – Frosinone (4.02 kilometres)
Start order selection: 17h30, 19 July, Castel Sant’Angelo, Roma

Ceremonial start followed by Rome parade: 19h00, 19 July, Castel Sant’Angelo, Rome

Finishing podium: 20h30, 21 July, Lido di Ostia



 Richard Rodgers, photos FIA ERC


 

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