thu12octAll Daysun15RALLY LEGEND - SAN MARINO (RSM)Events, cars and champions(All Day) UTC+2 Multieventi Sport Domus, Via Rancaglia, 47899, San Marino Event Organized By: Rally Legend Event Type :Classic race
in a Porsche 911 RS, a Subaru Impreza group A and a Citroen C3 WRC Plus won the three categories Historic, Classic and WRC respectively. Rallylegend seen by some great
in a Porsche 911 RS, a Subaru Impreza group A and a Citroen C3 WRC Plus won the three categories Historic, Classic and WRC respectively. Rallylegend seen by some great guests
MUSTI-ZANET, CAIROLI-MORI, PEDERSOLI-ADAMO THE WINNERS OF THE 21ST RALLYLEGEND 2023
With a Porsche 911 RS, a Subaru Impreza group A and a Citroen C3 WRC Plus they won the three categories Historic, Classic and WRC respectively. Rallylegend seen by some great guests. This marks the end of the 21st extraordinary edition of Rallylegend
Republic of San Marino.
Dominant in the three stages of Rallylegend among the “Historic” is Matteo Musti from Pavia, with Marsha Zanet, new Italian Rally Auto Storiche 2° Raggruppamento champions, here at the start with Porsche 911 RS. Simone Brusori, chasing the third category victory at Rallylegend, here with Salvatore Tridici and also on a Porsche 911 RS, only managed to get close, for a while, to the winner who, however, extended his pace again, up to the victory. Third place for the first of the San Marino crews, the one composed of Stefano Rosati, with Salvatore Tontini aboard of Talbot Lotus with which they were present in almost all editions of Rallylegend.
Among the “Classic” it was a clear victory for the nine-time world motocross champion Tony Cairoli, paired with Eleonora Mori, a very talented co-driver, who were immediately at ease with Colin McRae’s Subaru Impreza 555 Best. Cairoli is at his second participation and second target at Rallylegend. Behind Cairoli a couple of South American champions, both among the top protagonists of the World Rally Production Championship a few years ago. The Argentinian Marcos Ligato, making his debut at Rallylegend, with Ruben Garcia at notes, who finished 12″9 behind Cairoli, preceding the Uruguayan Gustavo Trelles, with Jorge Del Buono, further behind. Ligato and Trelles, like Cairoli, also drove Subaru Impreza 555s from the Best project, for an all-blue and yellow podium, very exciting colours. Two San Marino crews in fourth and fifth position: in this order Marcello Colombini, a regular presence at Rallylegend, with the BMW M3 E30, a position which allowed his co-driver Marco Selva to win the trophy named in memory of Silvio Stefanelli, which rewards the first in the ranking of the codrivers of the Republic of Titan, followed by Loris Baldacci and the experienced local co-driver Enzo Zafferani.
In the “WRC” category, Luca Pedersoli, multiple Italian champion in various Italian series, and Andrea Adamo, former Hyundai Motorsport team principal, were the “masters” of the field, on board of a Citroen C3 WRC Plus., taking the lead at the start and increasing the lead until the final 1’16”6. Second place for the Swiss champion Sebastien Carron, with Romain Lambiel, aboard a Skoda Fabia R5, who gave a “legend” tone to their recent Skoda Fabia R5 by dressing it in a Martini Racing style livery. Closing out the podium is another Swiss crew, the one made of Mirko Puricelli, with Nicola Medici, on Citroen DS3 WRC, in their third place at Rallylegend, but still very happy to have once again been part of this great event.
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