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    Although I think it is a little bit utopic...I will share information that comes from the facebook of a journalist from Gran Canaria:


    "The gossips tell and say that the Monza Rally may be suspended and that several team leaders of the World Rally Championship have been in direct contact with Germán Morales, organizer of the Rally Islas Canarias

    It seems that Germán Morales, president of the organizing committee of the Rally Islas Canarias, has supposedly been called by Hyundai Motorsport team leader Andrea Adamo, and M-Sport team manager Malcom Wilson to be interested in coming to compete in Gran Canaria and that in the He will do so in the next few hours if not the Toyota Gazoo Racing team boss Tommi Makkinen has already done so to come to Gran Canaria.

    We are still waiting for official confirmation. And up to here we can write and share information."

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    Looks like Adrien Formaux (Fiesta R5) have been entried by M-Sport.

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    Will be interesting how well the new Canary Islands champion Enrique Cruz compares against the ERC crews now he's in R5/Rally 2 machinery. Was always quick in the Porsche.

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    It will probably be one of very few Fiestas Rally2 in this event.
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    After his withdrawal from Rally Hungary Tempestini hopes to be present in Canarias.
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    The entries deadline for the Rally Islas Canarias (Gran Canaria) is extended until November 14

    https://rallyislascanarias.com/index...il-november-14

    The FIA has authorized the extension of this period. Many of the main teams have already entered for the event that will take place in Gran Canaria from November 26 to 28. After the rallies of this weekend, Alexey Lukyanuk is the leader of the FIA ​​ERC and Pepe López, who defends the victory achieved in 2019, will do the same in a tight CERA.

    The Rally Islas Canarias is two weeks away from entering its big week and just one week away from its official presentation, which will take place on Monday, November 16 in the press room of the Gran Canaria Arena, in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria. By that time, the organizing committee will already know the number and names of those entered for this 44th edition of the European event. Recently, the FIA has authorized the extension of the entries period, which goes from the 11th to the next 14th. In this way, the teams that intend to participate in this event of the FIA ​​ERC, the CERA, the S- CER and the rest of the local competitions have a little more time to comply with this procedure. In accordance with the established COVID protocols, all teams coming from the Peninsula and the rest of the continental European territory must prove that they have carried out a test and that the result is negative. On the other hand, the FIA ​​European Rally Championship held its appointment in Hungary this past weekend, just the previous one before landing in Gran Canaria. There, the Norwegian Andreas Mikkelsen and his co-driver Ola Floene imposed their Skoda Fabia R5. The championship leaders, after four races, are Alexey Lukyanuk and Dmitry Eremeev (Citroën C3 R5).

    The Spanish Championship and the Superchampionship were also protagonists last Saturday. The Rally La Nucía saw the victory of José A. Suárez-Alberto Iglesias's Skoda Fabia R5, achieving essential points to close the gap against the provisional leaders, Pepe López-Borja Rozada. Those of the Citroën C3 R5 will defend their leadership in the CERA upon their arrival in Canary Islands, in addition to their triumph in the Rally Islas Canarias in 2019. On the other hand, the Superchampionship will celebrate one more event before its culmination in Gran Canaria between 26 and November 28.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 106 sport View Post
    Although I think it is a little bit utopic...I will share information that comes from the facebook of a journalist from Gran Canaria:


    "The gossips tell and say that the Monza Rally may be suspended and that several team leaders of the World Rally Championship have been in direct contact with Germán Morales, organizer of the Rally Islas Canarias

    It seems that Germán Morales, president of the organizing committee of the Rally Islas Canarias, has supposedly been called by Hyundai Motorsport team leader Andrea Adamo, and M-Sport team manager Malcom Wilson to be interested in coming to compete in Gran Canaria and that in the He will do so in the next few hours if not the Toyota Gazoo Racing team boss Tommi Makkinen has already done so to come to Gran Canaria.

    We are still waiting for official confirmation. And up to here we can write and share information."
    I dont believe in it so much...

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    Quote Originally Posted by 106 sport View Post
    Looks like Adrien Formaux (Fiesta R5) have been entried by M-Sport.
    Not true

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    Every year "106 sport" is spreading rumours which are "out of no where"

    Why ?

    Please don´t give us false hope!
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    Quote Originally Posted by pantealex View Post
    Every year "106 sport" is spreading rumours which are "out of no where"

    Why ?

    Please don´t give us false hope!

    I'm sorry. It is not my intention to create false hopes.

    I simply try to put news that appears in the media of Gran Canaria.

    https://automovilismocanario.com/m-s...slas-canarias/

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