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Hungarian Championship: Trapped in the round track



The Balázs Szalay, Dénes Tóth, Opel Frontera trio - as the rest of the field - completed two specials ont he first day of the "Hungarian National Field Rallye Championship’s" 4th run, the "Auto Port4-Cup". They are awaiting the new day’s start from rank 6 in the totals. The fist special at June 10th was 26, while the second was 28 kilometers long, however the longer one for the duo was the first one.

"Dénes fell in love with the first stage so much that he wanted to go another round, where we lost two more minutes. Despite that we really enjoyed it, since we could drive energetically. So we had to hold back and drive more careful. The Opel is fine, we are waiting for the next day, which seems to be longer than day 1. I think we do have a good chance for catching up since differences aren’t so big compared to the front runners."

Results

01) László Ács/Róbert Bagics | Nissan Pickup | RTL Motorsport Klub
02) Zoltán Rigler/Péter Maurer | VW Touareg | R&R Motorsport | +0:00:18
03) László Palik/Gábor Darázsi | Nissan Pickup | RTL Motorsport Klub +0:00:19
06) Balázs Szalay/Dénes Tóth | Opel Frontera | Szalay Dakar Team +0:01:24

2006/07/05 I 13:31 CET I Editor: marathonrally.com/dakar.hu






















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