Monte Carlo Magic

Monte Carlo Magic

Chris Ingram shows world class pace on the final day of Rallye Monte Carlo, 2nd in WRC2 on the final leg and securing solid points for the championship with a P4 in WRC2 Junior.

Mathematically the British duo would have been intention for the WRC2 overall class win minus the 3 minute 50 second time loss on Leg 1 due to a mechanical problem. An impressive Rallye Monte Carlo debut despite the huge mental challenge to stay focused and keep the car on the road after the heartbreaking first leg problems on the Col du Turini.

Chris commented at the Casino Square finish: “We deserved a lot more from our Monte debut, but the pace was very positive for the rest of the season and I am sure my time will come soon. It has been my dream to compete on this event ever since I started rallying, and it didn’t disappoint. What a rally. The roads are breathtaking and it was an immense challenge over 4 days. Thank you to my loyal partners, team and everyone supporting me!”

Monte 2023, Watch out!

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