Lukasz Pieniazek (1st WRC 2 Pro) said:
“We were the only WRC 2 Pro crew this weekend so the win isn’t quite what it seems as I made a mistake on Friday afternoon. The stages were very difficult and we struggled to understand the grip levels which were changing all the time. It wasn’t an easy rally, but this is the time to learn and improve and for sure the knowledge and information that we gained this weekend means that we will be stronger in the future. Overall it was an amazing experience and the atmosphere was incredible. I am happy to be here at the finish, and I’m looking forward to our next event which will take place on Tarmac.”
Alberto Heller (3rd WRC 2) said:
“It has been a very difficult rally for us. Yesterday I made a small mistake, but today was much better and I am really happy with that. We got some good kilometres under our belts and tried to gain as much experience as possible. Overall, I think we did a very good job with my co-driver and all of the team.”
Pedro Heller (WRC 2):
Pedro Heller went off the road on SS20 and was forced to retire his Ford Fiesta R5.