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The third spherical of the 2021 FIA European Autocross Championship takes place at Saint Georges de Montaigu, France this weekend July 17-18 with five categories on the tournament schedule and featuring over 100 opponents.

The tournament, that will possibly presumably well furthermore unbiased beget some spectator presence, will stage the starting up of the FIA European Crosscar Championship after a 12-month extend as a result of health and safety restrictions owing to the COVID-19 pandemic and the debut of the logo-original Contaminated Automotive Academy Trophy.

The Contaminated Automotive Academy Trophy creates a level playing area with identical 75hp gear for all opponents which has label-control as a key consideration. It is designed to put collectively young drivers from 13 to 16 for Off-Avenue and Rally competition.

The TN05 Contaminated Autos are ready and maintained by Lifestyles Dwell, the corporate founded by FIA World Rally Championship driver Thierry Neuville and his improve team.

“The Contaminated Automotive Academy Trophy is the predominant valuable step on the high-tail for young folk with ambitions of carving out a occupation in Off-Avenue racing. The FIA is elated that competition can eventually originate for these young drivers supported by their ASNs,” Benoit Dupont, the FIA’s Off-Avenue Category Supervisor, stated.

Within the Tall Buggy class, a tight struggle is anticipated between the leading three contenders in the championship standings, France’s Vincent Mercier (57 sides), Latvia’s Ervins Grencis and Jakub Kubicek of the Czech Republic, each tied on 56 sides.

Within the Buggy1600 category, Timo Pahler will see to relish on his spectacular 69 sides from the predominant two rounds. He can request a stable area from the Czech Republic’s Jakub Novotny who lies 2nd on 53 sides.

The Junior Buggy competition looms as a contest between championship leader Styn Jaspers of the Netherlands and his closest pursuer Daniel Pytloun of the Czech Republic.


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