He had warned, if he returned to Ypres, he was going to conquer it. He held his word, Craig Breen, in his fourth outing in Ypres took the victory where he seemed to be in total control. For the rest, this last part of rally we still reserved some surprises. As usual…
The first was the retirement of Vincent Vershueren who had been lying fourth after the exit of Bedoret, after breaking his gearbox in the Skoda Fabia on Langemark (ES20).
Another surprise came from Kevin Demaerschalk, finally in sync with his Citroën C3, which was on rails and took the last three stages. As a result, was able to beat Timothy Van Parijs (Porsche 997 GT3) and get back into the top 10. Tim will console himself with an indisputable victory in the RGT, 36 seconds “in front of Frédéric Delplace and more than 2 minutes ahead of Claudie Tanghe, the other Porsches.
(Ok so Facebook messed up. I have uploaded it again. The video stops but the audio keeps going. Totes soz :/)
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