A good weekend in Argentina
Estonia's Jaan Mölder scored his first ever JWRC points in Argentina with his Atolye Kazaz run Ford Fiesta Super 1600.
Jaan Mölder, youngest JWRC driver, finished in points on his second JWRC event with a fourth place. The young Estonian had
to start the second Leg of the event under SupeRally system after his retirement on SS5 – San Marcos. But unfortunately Mölder hit a rock on SS13 – Ascochinga and ended up with a broken suspension, without being able to finish Leg 2. Mölder – Becker duo cruised to finish the final 4 stages of the event, finishing their second JWRC event claiming SupeRally.
"We have had lots of problems so I couldn't drive as much as I would like to. But thanks to SupeRally system, the team could make the car ready and we managed to continue. It has been a challanging event for us but at the end of the day, it is great to earn some points. We will be going to Sardegnia and hopefully we will do much better."
Ercan Kazaz, Atolye Kazaz Team Director
"It was our first long haul event.
But thanks to JWRC coordinators as well as rally organisers and most importantly YA Logistics, we got everything in one piece. For JWRC I believe Argentina is a tough event, but still I believe it is a good experience for young drivers to learn to drive with their brains. We have enjoyed the rally cause we made good progress with the car, thanks to the hard work of M-Sport engineers who has worked for the last 2 months to help us to avoid problems we have had in Sweden. But this is just the beginning of a long term project. Therefor after Sardegnia, we will have 2 months infront of us to prepare ourselves for Neste Finland Rally with the datas collected during Argentinian event."
Press release Atolye Kazaz