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2017 Tour de Corse

Elfyn Evans and Daniel Barritt have always performed strongly at the Tour de Corse, but this year’s edition will be one to forget for the British pairing.

Having suffered a hydraulic issue through the opening day of competition, the Welshman haemorrhaged time and things would go from bad to worse as the crews embarked on the second day of competition – sliding off the road on SS6 with no chance of returning his DMACK-clad Fiesta to the stage.

Re-joining under Rally 2 regulations today, Evans used the remaining mileage well – collecting valuable knowledge and data to further his season’s ambitions.

FINAL RESULT: 21st Position
Stage Performances:

SS1: 9th (+31.9)
SS2: 25th (+2:10.2)
SS3: 20th (+1:59.4)
SS4: 21st (+1:58.8)
SS5: 9th (+39.3)
SS9: 9th (+1:05.0)
SS10: 7th (+6.7)

Elfyn said:

This has always been one of my favourite events so it’s disappointing not to have been in a position to have challenged for a strong result. What with the problems on the opening day, and the mistake yesterday, it’s just not been our rally.

But it’s not been a wasted weekend by all means. We’ve learnt a lot and collected a lot of information that we can use to be stronger at the next asphalt event. Now, all focus is on Argentina – and it’ll be all guns blazing there!

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