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154 rally cars at the start of the France Cup

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Number one on the sides for Mickael Reydellet, the born in 1983 will try to repeat last season’s success, bringing a Fabia RS Rally2 to the race with Stephane Lefebvre playing.

Everything is ready in Trouville-sur-Mer for the 53rd edition of the Rallye de la Cote Fleure, valid for the France Cup. Crazy numbers in terms of entries with 154 crews entered in the modern race and 31 in the race reserved for historic cars. Fifteen Rally2 cars entered the race, a number which confirms that the “queen car” of national races in France is not as loved as it is in our country.

Number one on the sides for Mickael Reydellet, the born in 1983 will try to repeat last season’s success, bringing a Fabia RS Rally2 to the race with Stephane Lefebvre playing. Also in the Rally2 class, all eyes are on Pierre Ragues (Skoda Fabia RS Rally2), Jordan Berfa (Hyundai i20 Rally2) and Sarah Rumeau (Ford Fiesta R5).

As per tradition, the FRallyNat group is large with around thirty crews at the start, interesting challenges are expected between Antoine Margely, Anthony Langlois and Michel Bourgeois. Test race for many crews among the FRC4, the eyes of all the experts will be on Quentin Vialatte and Quentin Ascenzi, while among the Rally3 test race for Victorien Houyelle.

The race includes a menu of eleven special tests (five of which at night) for a total of 121.60 timed kilometres.