Heading to Germany, the country where the Toksport WRT team in which he competes belongs, the Chilean Emilio Fernández will travel tomorrow with enough anticipation to prepare in the best possible way with a view to his continuity in the WRC 3 class of the World Rally Championship.

In the current healthcare context, most countries that allow foreigners to enter require, predictably, that visitors for sporting purposes go to events in advance.

Emilio will take the opportunity to catch up with the members of his squad, study in depth the details of the Estonian test scheduled for Friday, September 4 to Sunday, September 6 as the fourth date on the calendar and the first since the dispute in Mexico in mid-March.

In turn, the pilot Susaron will begin to define plans beyond that race in Eastern Europe, since he maintains his intentions to be the game also in Turkey, from 18 to 20 of the same month, in this case as the fifth appointment of the eight that are on the agenda so far.

Fernández will arrive on German soil and will move west, specifically to the town of Quiddelbach, the headquarters of Toksport located not far south of Cologne and Bonn while he waits a couple of days later for the arrival of his navigator Rubén García from Argentina.