From least to most. This is how Benjamín Israel has developed the championship, next to his co-driver Marcelo Der Ohanessian. They have become used to the Citröen DS C3 little by little. At the Pichilemu trophy, “Kirra’s” task of reading pace notes for Benjamín was a fundamental one to achieve a positive result and gain confidence, as the Motorshow is ahead of them, for the future plans the Monter Procircuit Team has.

The co-driver from Córdoba,  Argentina, supplemented all of Israel’s knowledge on the roads of Pichilemu through his good reading and accompanied a driver who has had ups and downs in 2018 in a solid way. Der Ohanessian’s task stands out over the whole team, since his presence during the training days in France in the Citröen DS C3 R5 was vital to test the Israels’ future car in the best possible way.

The seventh round was probably this duo’s best race up to now; it attained second place in RallyMobil’s major category. The merit is in the progress and complicity of the crew of “The Beast”, which roared loud this time and ran as fast as a surfer does on Pichilemu waves.