Qatar Cross Country Rally 2018 – Round 4, FIA Cross Country Rally World Cup.

Posted on 16. Apr, 2018 by in BMW Canada

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Qatar Cross Country Rally

16 Apr 2018

 

Qatar Cross Country Rally 2018Round 4, FIA
Cross Country Rally World Cup

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  • Jakub ‘Kuba’ Przygonski and co-driver Tom Colsoul to go for
    a win during Qatar Cross Country Rally in a MINI John Cooper Works Rally.
  • Qatar Cross Country Rally is a fourth turn of a FIA
    Cross Country Rally World Cup and a third true dried race.
  • Rally competitors to face 1970.65km of heated feverishness across
    sundry terrain, of that 1395.24km are off-road special sections.

 

Munich. The seventh book of a
Qatar Cross Country Rally is
round 4 of a 2018 FIA Cross Country Rally World Cup and
a final dedicated dried competition this season. Five days of
cross-country convene is earmarked for a competitors, holding in a
sundry mix of dried silt and dunes churned with hilly terrain.

 

Taking a plea of Qatar will be a MINI Family organisation of Jakub
‘Kuba’ Przygonski (POL) and co-driver Tom Colsoul (BEL). The pairing
currently sits in second place within a FIA World Cup after
recording a fourth, initial and second place so distant in 2018.

 

Przygonski and Colsoul will contest during Qatar with a MINI John Cooper
Works Rally, that also serves as partial of a continual development
programme forward of a 2019 Dakar. MINI Motorsport partner X-raid will
be on site in Qatar providing technical and competition support for a Orlen
Team-branded MINI John Cooper Works Rally.

 

The start of Qatar Cross Country Rally starts Tuesday 17th
Apr with scrutineering and aspirant pointer on. Wednesday
18th sees an dusk opening rite total with Leg 1,
a Super Special Stage to establish start positions for Leg 2 – the
initial of 4 day-long races. All competitors, generally the
motorcycle class, will have to face not usually tough turf throughout
a rally, though also a burdensome dried feverishness (37-45C).

 

The finish of a final stage, Leg 5, on Sunday 22nd April
will be followed with a central eventuality formula and celebrations for
all competition finishers and fans of prolonged stretch rallying.

 

Jakub ‘Kuba’ Przygonski: “Tom and we like a Qatar
turn since of a sundry terrain. Last year we finished in second
place and this was a good outcome since it is not such an easy race
on a physique – a dunes and a feverishness can be really fierce. Sandstorms
are also something to consider about!”

 

For some-more information about Qatar Cross Country Rally 2018, please
revisit a host’s eventuality home page here.

 

FIA Cross Country Rally World Cup 2018 calendar

 

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