Ricardo Teodósio/José Teixeira finally managed to free themselves from the misfortunes that were chasing them and now on the asphalt they will be among the favorites, and to prove it, just remember that they were the ones who won the last asphalt race that took place at CPR. However, the car is different, the Algarve driver knows it less on this type of surface, but if he ‘gets it right’ with the settings, he will be in the fight.
The Castelo Branco Rally marks the entry of this competition in the asphalt pavement phase and Team Hyundai Portugal will approach it with the determination of who wants to take the Hyundai i20 N Rally2 to the victory discussion, following a productive test session , earlier this week, which left good feelings for drivers Bruno Magalhães and Ricardo Teodósio.
“I felt quite comfortable driving the Hyundai i20 N Rally2 on asphalt and I liked the way the preparation day for the next rally went. With the victory in the CPR race at the Rally de Portugal I feel more moralized than ever. In previous years I’ve won once in Castelo Branco and been runner-up two or three times. If it’s possible now, it’s time for me to win again and repeat the result of the previous race.”, commented Ricardo Teodósio, the driver who is the national champion in title and recorded an excellent performance in the Portuguese World Championship event.
The Castelo Branco Rally, with a total of 11 stages (102.90 km) divided between Saturday and Sunday, presents this year a completely new itinerary that CPR drivers will travel for the first time, which is still challenging .
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