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RS14: Eneko Conde wins and moves up…

The final night of the 7th E-Rallye Monte-Carlo started with a regularity stage familiar to WRC competitors, between Coaraze and La Cabanette (15.041 km). The only surprise, and a very relative one, was that the great favourite, Eneko Conde, partnered by Lukas Sergnese in the number 1 Kia E-Niro, won his very first stage of the rally, despite having been in a waiting position at the front since Wednesday. It was a good way of showing his main rivals that he was going to be a force to reckon with. Highly concentrated at the start in Place du Casino, he had just one thing in mind: to win this 7th edition, as a reigning Bridgestone FIA ecoRally Cup champion.

So in RS14 the Spanish duo beat off the Nissan Ariya of Jérôme Aymard and Christophe Marques, flying the colours of the eBorn recharging network (present in 11 French departments), and the Tesla Model 3 of Romain Haut-Labourdette and Yan Spano, entered by Société Monégasque d’Electricité et de Gaz (SMEG). Two crews that won stages this week and livened up the race from start to finish. In the roll of honour, Belgians showed up again, but for the first time the superb Porsche Taycan of Dirk van Rompuy and Michel Decremer, joint 4th with Czechs Zdarsky-Nabelek (Hyundai Kona), the current leaders of ecoRally Cup 2023. Ahead of another team from the flat country, Bernard Heine and Valérie Piette (6th), in their red ID3 entered by the Belgian VW Club, having already won two stages this week. So most of the favourites were ready for the grand finale in Col de Turini…

Download the classification of the RS14

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