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Rali Transiberico 2007 Special-Newssection (FIA Cross Country Worldcup)

This is the single-news section of the special of the Rali Transiberico 2007, 1st round of the FIA Worldcup for Cross Country Rallys. To see all news please use the link under the article or navigate with the left main-navigation.

Transiberico: What they said after first part of Leg 3 (Saturday)

Luc Alphand: "I'm afraid, I lost 10 minutes in the bank."

Carlos Sousa: "We remain blocked in the river. I could pass, but lost 1 or 2 minutes. After that we reduced a little bit our attack, not to force the car."

Carlos Sainz: "I was faster than than yesterday. I’ve enjoyed very much the track, but it was difficult because there was much water in the bank. After that we did a great race."

Joan "Nani" Roma: "It was very hard. There was much water in the river, and we’ve lost many time."

Colin McRae: "The breaks problems are solved. The stage it's very narrow, but the car is now OK."

Miguel Barbosa: "I hit a three near km 80 from the end. The car remain very difficult to drive"

Rui Sousa: "It was a pitty what happened yesterday. We could be in the front group today."

Helder Oliveira: "I amo nod driving well today. We stop and after that I couldn’t get the rithm."

Nuno Inocencio: "We have hit a three by the start of the SS. Than we have stopped to help Nuno, who was with problems."

Pedro Grancha: "My starting order was not correct, so I think, I prefer to restart tomorrow. Abandon."

2007/06/02 | 20:35 CET | Editor: MR/HS/Press

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