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TEIN, MUY CONCENTRADO EN LA POSICIÓN FIRME DE TENER NUEVAMENTE AL WRC ?️ EN 2020JAPÓN  CONFIRMA LA FECHA PARA FINALES DE 2019 Y ESPERA GANAR TERRENO EN 2020

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TEIN , MUY CONCENTRADO EN LA POSICIÓN FIRME DE TENER NUEVAMENTE AL WRC  EN 2020

JAPÓN CONFIRMA LA FECHA PARA FINALES DE 2019 Y ESPERA GANAR TERRENO EN 2020

LOS JAPONESES ORGANIZARÁN UN RALLY DE PRE-INSPECCIÓN EN NOVIEMBRE PARA AMPLIAR SU CANDIDATURA PARA SER INCLUIDO EN EL CALENDARIO DEL CAMPEONATO DEL MUNDO DE RALLY, QUE DICTA LA FIA EN 2020.

TOYOTA, SUBARU & MITSUBISHI, ATENTOS A ESTA CUESTIÓN DE LUJO CON LA FACTIBLE ENTRADA EN LA CMR 2020

 

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TEIN, quien estuvo en el Tokio Auto Salón, con su comitiva profesional mostrando sus productos de amortiguadores en la nueva evolución y generación, armados y fabricados en su sede de Yokohama, bajo la directiva del Sr.Yoshio Fujimoto, se mantienen centrados en la selección de elementos para mejorar el rendimiento de sus movimientos deportivos, ejecutivos y técnicos, pensando en tener un amplio soporte técnologico para llegar a buen término, pensando en la confirmación del Rally Mundial de Japón 2020.

La prueba tendrá dos días de duración, se llevará a cabo la semana anterior al Kennards Hire Rallye de Australia, lo que permitirá a los inspectores revisar el parque de asistencia y las pruebas especiales asfaltadas de la ruta antes de ir al Rally de cierre de temporada en Coffs Harbour.

El Comité de Candidatura que origina la prueba de Japón para el WRC, con el que buscan volver al calendario en 2020, tras diez años de ausencia, inspeccionarán & juzgarán los tramos previstos para su inclusión como fecha permanente del WRC en el año próximo. El evento también se utilizará para entrenar a los organizadores y a los marshals, los voluntarios en la seguridad.

El Rally, llamado provisionalmente Central Rally Aichi 2019, se celebrará los días 9 y 10 de noviembre en la ciudad de Nagakute, en la isla principal de Japón, Honshu. En la prefectura de Aichi están previstas siete especiales de 123,26 km.

Nagakute se encuentra a 260 km de la capital, Tokio, y cuenta con una población de unos ocho millones de habitantes.
Japón celebró un Rally muy exitoso, de dos días de duración en 2018, cuando más de 50.000 mil aficionados acudieron a la prueba cercana a la ciudad de Shinshiro.

El evento de 2019 se presentó el pasado fin de semana en el Motorsport Japan Festival de Tokio. Entre los invitados se encontraba el director gerente general del WRC Promoter, Oliver Ciesla con Koji Takahashi, el principal creador del Rally de Japón.

También estuvo presente el doble campeón del PWRC, “Toshi Arai”, quien realizó una demostración con el Subaru Impreza WRC 555 GC8 de Prodrive, que conducía el escocés Colin McRae en 1998.

También el Yaris World Rally Car de Toyota Gazoo Racing WRT, junto con el trofeo de los cosntructores del WRC que la escuadra japonesa ganó la temporada pasada con la dirección finlandesa de Tommi Mäkinen.

Además, se cree que TOYOTA, SUBARU & MITSUBISHI, las tres marcas leyendas niponas del WRC en su historial, estarían involucrados muy seriamente en el ingreso de la prueba de asía en el Campeonato Mundial de la especialida a 2 años.
TEIN, y su ambición para ganar terreno en la apertura del WRC japonés, observando con optimismo en las temporadas 2020 y 2021con su nuevos programas de establecimiento técnico en Malasía, Mongolia y China.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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10 de Abril 2019

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HYUNDAI MOTORSPORT 🇰🇷 🇩🇪 ADJUST DRIVER LINE-UP FOR RALLY DE PORTUGAL 🇵🇹 WILL BE JOINED BY SÉBASTIEN LOEB 🇫🇷 FOR THE GRAVEL RALLY PORTUGUESE 🇵🇹

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WILL BE JOINED BY SÉBASTIEN LOEB 🇫🇷 FOR THE GRAVEL RALLY PORTUGUESE 🇵🇹

 

 

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Hyundai Motorsport adjusts driver line-up for Rally de Portugal

Hyundai Motorsport has revealed a revised three-car line-up for Rally de Portugal, round seven of the 2019 FIA World Rally Championship (WRC)
Thierry Neuville/Nicolas Gilsoul and Dani Sordo/Carlos del Barrio will be joined by Sébastien Loeb/Daniel Elena for the gravel rally
The line-up reflects Hyundai Motorsport’s ambitions in an increasingly close and competitively fought manufacturers’ championship.

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May 21, 2019 – Hyundai Motorsport has revealed a change to its crew line-up for the forthcoming Rally de Portugal, round seven of the 2019 FIA World Rally Championship (WRC).

Following a competitive performance at Rally Chile, Sébastien Loeb and Daniel Elena will take part in Portugal alongside the previously announced Thierry Neuville/Nicolas Gilsoul and Dani Sordo/Carlos del Barrio.

Loeb took third place in Chile, securing his first-ever podium in Hyundai Motorsport colours, and finishing as the highest placed Hyundai Motorsport crew. The result helped the team to retain its lead of the manufacturers’ championship after Neuville’s rally retirement.

Hyundai Motorsport holds a 29-point advantage in the title chase as the season approaches its halfway mark. The team has vowed to raise its game against tough opposition in another closely contested championship battle.

Andreas Mikkelsen and Anders Jæger-Amland will return to the i20 Coupe WRC for Rally Italia Sardegna next month.

Team Director Andrea Adamo said: “This decision was not taken lightly. We need to move forward as a team and make the most effective use of our versatile crew line-up. Sébastien and Daniel had a competitive event in Chile, and have found a good feeling in the car on gravel. We felt their contribution would allow us to increase our points-scoring potential in Portugal. We are trying hard to find a way to get Andreas’s confidence back and we are sure he will approach his next event, Sardinia, in the same way he was able to in Argentina. When you have a line-up like ours and look at the results from Chile, it’s necessary to react quickly.”

Sébastien Loeb said: “I had a great feeling with the Hyundai i20 Coupe WRC in Chile, which was shown by our podium finish. I am pleased to have the chance to build some important momentum by taking part in Rally de Portugal. This is an unexpected decision but I am feeling in a positive frame of mind and determined to get another strong result for the team.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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MECHANICAL ISSUES HOLD BACK KELLY RACING TCR PERFORMANCE

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Mechanical issues hold back Kelly Racing TCR performance

Sydney Motorsport Park, NSW (19 May, 2019) Unfortunately mechanical dramas hampered Kelly Racing’s final TCR Australia race for the weekend at Sydney Motorsport Park. The team was able to improve the cars from yesterday and fix the gearbox issues that held up André Heimgartner and Molly Taylor’s Subarus. All four cars were able to complete Race Two with good pace.

In the final race André was able to get into second position in the #777 Kangan Institute Subaru WRX, however a suspension failure during a close battle with Dylan O’Keefe put the car off the track at the second to last corner and out of the race.

Chelsea Angelo went off the track at the same spot in her #37 Dare Iced Coffee Holden Astra due to a steering failure and also didn’t complete the final race.

Alex Rullo’s #62 Castrol Racing Astra had a good chassis balance and was quick in the corners, however it really struggled with straight-line grunt. Molly Taylor’s Castrol Subaru WRX also improved over the day, but suffered a puncture during the final race.

It’s still early days with these TCR cars and team is looking forward to improving them in the coming weeks and hitting the track at Philip Island for round two.

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André Heimgartner, #777 Kangan Institute Subaru WRX

“It was a bit unfortunate we managed to have some good tyre strategy and made some good places up in the races before and we were on for a good result in race three, we had a faster car than Dylan so I think we would have eventually got past but it wasn’t to be today.”

“We had a suspension failure at the second to last corner and that was that so disappointing to say the least after all of the gearbox drama we had to finally be able to get somewhere and then have this, it’s pretty annoying but we’ll regroup and see what we can improve for next round.”

Molly Taylor, #6 Castrol Racing Subaru WRX

“I felt like I made a lot of progress today in the two races, the pace was better than where we ended up so I just need to now work on my overtaking skills to make the most of that. We had that plan going into race two and unfortunately we got a puncture early on and a few issues with the front end that we need to look at once we get back to the workshop.”

“Overall though it was a great weekend, I really enjoyed it all. The team was fantastic to work with and so supportive of me. I just want to thank Nikki too who was my engineer, it was her first time solo engineering a car and she did a great job. Looking forward to the next race at Philip Island.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Kelly Racing completes inaugural TCR Australia race

Kelly Racing completes first TCR Australia race

Sydney Motorsport Park, NSW (18 May, 2019) Today Kelly Racing completed its first qualifying and race in the TCR Australia series at Sydney Motorsport Park. While car issues held back the team’s ultimate performance, we were able to finish the race with all four cars avoiding damage and making it safely through to tomorrow’s races.

Please see below for quotes from Team Owner Todd Kelly and drivers.

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Todd Kelly, Team Owner

“This first race has been an experience, it’s been good and there’s been a few challenges. We’ve had a few teething problems with all four of the cars to be honest. We’ve got a handle on the two Astras now, the two Subarus we’re still working through but keeping in mind we’ve only just received these cars a little over a week ago and it’s early days so I’m sure we’ll get on top of it all but this first round has certainly been keeping us busy.

“But I couldn’t really be happier with the fact that we’ve got all four cars to the finish line and four cars nice and straight at the end of the race and we’ve learnt a huge amount about each and every one of them. The drivers have all done a fantastic job in dealing with the challenges and doing what’s required and I think there’s potential there.”

“I don’t think this track is particularly one of the stronger tracks that the Astra will race on, but I don’t really want to jump to any conclusions until we at least get another race under our belts.”

“Today I’ve been engineering Chelsea’s car and that’s been a really good experience, she has done a fantastic job and I really like how she goes about everything, she did a spot-on job in the race and did everything we asked of her.”

“We made a lot of progress and made some big changes on the car each time and we’ve got the car pretty nice now for her and her feedback is really good so I think there’s definitely potential there for us to improve tomorrow.”

André Heimgartner, #777 Kangan Institute Subaru WRX

“The first TCR was was a bit of a struggle, we had some gearbox issues which really got bad towards the end so we were only able to do what we did but it was a good little taste of what’s to come and hopefully we can get all of the little issues fixed and be able to race tomorrow.”

“It’s a different way of driving with the TCR, obviously being front wheel drive you really have to look after the front tyres because they’ll just run out on you straight away because you’re braking, turning in and accelerating through them.”

“The tyres were really starting to run out by the end of the race, started pushing wide here and there so it is what it is.”

Molly Taylor, #6 Castrol Racing Subaru WRX

“It was definitely a baptism of fire and I was expecting that and I wasn’t planning on spinning on the first lap, I tried to go around Alex around the outside and in hindsight there wasn’t the grip with cold tyres. Lesson learned there.”

“From there I was in no-mans land by the time I got back on the track so unfortunately I just got to cut some laps and feel what the car does over the progression of the race but there wasn’t much I could do from there. It was a good experience and onwards and upwards from here.”

“For me it’s kilometres, you have to experience everything to know what to do so there are going to be a lot of different scenarios that I’m going to have to experience but hopefully we can learn from that and stay a bit more in the race next time.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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