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Previous N3 Light: Semameris, one step away from the 1-2
Previous N3 Light: Semameris, one step away from the 1-2
July 27, 2012
Emilio Cuevas and Jaime Luttecke want to ensure in Pucón the first two places in the category for the Semameris team and take Germán Lyon's competition out of the way. (See more)
Andrés Margozzini changes motorbikes by car
Andrés Margozzini changes motorbikes by car
July 27, 2012
The driver will join the Movistar Honda Racing team and will appear at the Concepción Grand Prix in a Honda Civic. (See more)
Tamarugal goes to Pucón with only one car
Tamarugal goes to Pucón with only one car
July 27, 2012
Fernando Baile will be the only representative of the team and said that Claudia Fuentes will be the official driver of the team at 2013. (See more)
Eliseo Salazar would run again in the RallyMobil
Eliseo Salazar would run again in the RallyMobil
July 27, 2012
The former Formula One participates in the Motorshow on board of one of the R3 that will acquire the production of the event. (See more)
The road map of Concepción is already available
The road map of Concepción is already available
July 27, 2012
13 special contemplates this new stop of the RallyMobil in the capital of Biobio. (See more)
Luis I. Rosselot takes revenge in the Biobío
Luis I. Rosselot takes revenge in the Biobío
July 27, 2012
The Viñamarino is leaving bad fortune behind and transitorily leads the N4 in the Grand Prix of Concepción. (See more)
The solid walk of Semameris in the N3 Light
The solid walk of Semameris in the N3 Light
July 27, 2012
The 1-2 achieved in Concepcion was an almost deadly blow for its competitors and the future looks auspicious for Emilio Cuevas and Jaime Luttecke. (See more)
The Aguirre brothers sell their Hyundai Accent
The Aguirre brothers sell their Hyundai Accent
July 27, 2012
Luz María Aguirre confirmed that the car they prepared to compete this year will be offered to the highest bidder and will seek to continue with the Nextel team. (See more)
Antilibvista: Alberto Álvarez
Antilibvista: Alberto Álvarez
July 27, 2012
The Argentine navigator Jorge Martínez Fontena believes that there is a good level of national co-drivers, but that they should improve more and is very respectful of the codes. (See more)