Baja Aragon 2018 – Round 7, FIA Cross Country Rally World Cup.

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Baja Aragon 2018

18 Jul 2018


Baja Aragon 2018Round 7, FIA Cross Country
Rally World Cup



  • Jakub ‘Kuba’ Przygonski and co-driver Tom Colsoul prepared
    for a hurdles of Baja Aragon 2018.
  • MINI John Cooper Works Rally motorist Przygonski aims for top
    3 finish to connect his lead of a FIA Cross Country
    Rally World Cup.
  • 2018 is a 35th book of Baja Aragon.


Munich. The seventh turn of 2018
FIA Cross Country Rally World Cup is a prolonged dynamic Baja
Aragon, that celebrates a 35th year of being a leading
venue for cross-country convene action. The 2018 book of Baja
Aragon is also a sixth time a eventuality has been hold in and around
a towering regions of Teruel, eastern Spain – a plcae that will
yield MINI Motorsport and motorsport partner X-raid’s engineers
with glorious framework and engine feedback as partial of the
credentials for Dakar 2019.


Jakub ‘Kuba’ Przygonski (POL) and co-driver Tom Colsoul (BEL)
now lead a 2018 FIA Cross Country Rally World Cup. The MINI
Family organisation have dominated a competition movement in this year’s World Cup,
though with 4 rounds of a deteriorate still to go, they are wakeful they
have to keep aggregation points to keep their MINI John Cooper Works
Rally forward of a really dynamic chasing pack.


2017 was a initial time Przygonski had competed within Baja Aragon.
His competition outcome was sixth altogether and usually mins off a race
winning time, so he knows usually too good that Baja Aragon will produce
close, rival racing.


Baja Aragon 2018 comes to life on Thursday 19th Jul with
scrutineering of cars and motorcycles and their crews/riders. Race
movement starts Friday 20th Jul with a Special Stage of
13.46km. Three some-more stages will follow, with Stage 4 being a final to
run on Sunday 22nd July. Of a 809.92 racing kilometres,
521.42km will be off-road Special Stages, where a competition can be won or
mislaid depending on conditions and, of course, a small bit of Lady Luck.


Jakub ‘Kuba’ Przygonski: “2017 was a year we done my
Baja Aragon entrance and we schooled that it is not an easy event. Tom and
we will have to pull from a start in sequence to measure as many points as
possible. The conflict for a 2018 FIA World Cup pretension is fun though it is
also proof to be intensely tighten right to a end.”


For some-more information about Baja Aragon 2018, greatfully revisit a host’s
eventuality home page here.


FIA Cross Country Rally World Cup 2018 calendar