Seska’s crew slips off the road and withdraws from the second day of the JWRC season

Along with the penultimate WRC season, Stage 11 – the Rally of Catalonia – is the last, fifth stage of the JWRC season.

After six stages on Friday, Seska’s crew was in fifth place, with leader John Armstrong from Britain losing more than a minute. On Saturday’s first stage, Sesks was fourth, but had an accident in the second.

“In the eighth special stage, we broke the disc in one of the right corners and in the next law it was no longer possible to cut, slipped out of the way and we are not going out ourselves.” stages.

Armstrong also crashed in the first stage of the day, thus Finn Sami Pajari took the lead.

Before the last two days of the championship, Sesks took the third place in the overall rating of the season with 89 points. The leader with 141 points was Armstrong, but 122 points were scored by Pajari.

Six crews compete in the JWRC and all of them drive Ford Fiesta vehicles.

The Latvian rally driver was second in Croatia in the first stage of JWRC, won in Portugal in the second stage, in third place in Estonia in the third stage, but was sixth in the previous race in Belgium.

The crew of the LMT Motorsport Academy Sesks / Francis are so far the only Latvian rally drivers who have climbed to the highest step of the JWRC podium. Last year, in three of the four stages of the competition, the crew finished in the top three.

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