US News Kalle Rovanpera logs to Finland crash fit (almost) back

11:25  14 october  2021
11:25  14 october  2021 Source:   de.motorsport.com

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Kalle Rovanperä's dreams of home success came to an abrupt halt on SS10 at Secto Automotive Rally Finland on Saturday morning. After ploughing into a pile of stones, his Yaris was left beyond repair. Secto Automotive Rally Finland is back ! Get ready for the fastest rally in the championship and the one that every driver wants

Kalle Rovanpera says he’s not feeling 100% following his accident at Rally Finland but has no fitness concerns ahead of this weekend's penultimate World Rally Championship round in Spain. Rovanpera heads to the fast sweeping tarmac of Spain with mixed results from the championship’s previous asphalt events this season. The Finn crashed out on the opening stage at Croatia in April before producing a head-turning performance to finish third in Belgium, only finishing behind former event winners and Thierry Neuville and Craig Breen.

The effects of his accident at the Rally Finland make Toyota driver Kalle Rovanpera also just over two weeks to create even a little later. Ahead of Rally Spain, the eleventh round of the World Rally Championship (WRC) 2021 reports, the 21-year-old Finn in principle fit back, but complains more than mild pain in the back.

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"I feel pretty good, but I am not at 100 percent. When I sit in the car and the straps are tight, I feel something," he says. "That should be okay but for the rally and we do not interfere," hopes Rovanpera.

The Finn was taken to his home rally on Saturday after a mistake in a wall of sand. On Sunday, he went first again at the start despite back pain, had but then abandoned before the Power Stage .

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Kalle Rovanpera and Elfyn Evans have logged their first miles in the new hybrid Toyota GR Yaris that will contest the 2022 World Rally Championship. Up until now testing has been conducted by Toyota's test driver Juho Hanninen, but this week's tarmac test in France, held near to the Monte Carlo rally route, saw Evans and Rovanpera take the wheel for the first time. That is significant as neither of the drivers have been officially confirmed to drive for Toyota next season, but it is widely expected both will be retained for next year along with Takamoto Katsuta.

Sebastien Ogier says Toyota Gazoo Racing teammate Kalle Rovanpera can make World Rally Championship history and become the series' youngest-ever winner in this week's Arctic Rally Finland . The snow-based event is a new addition to the WRC calendar and replaces Rally Sweden, which was cancelled in December due to After Kalle Rovanpera ’s historic feat at Rally Estonia, the Finn scaled new heights at the Rally of the Gods with a commanding victory. And this time Toyota’s young star demonstrated why the future is bright with his devastating speed and consistency at the Acropolis Rally.

A study no injuries were found on the spine, and the currently remaining complaints are caused by a strain of the muscles, according Rovanpera. "It's nothing serious. We would not go if there was a danger that I break my bit," he says.

The Rally Spain is a pure asphalt rally this year. Last was run in August in Belgium on this rubber, and it Rovanpera has good memories. In the Ypres Rally Rovanpera was driven behind Thierry Neuville and Craig Breen, who both had already won in the past, the rally in third place. but

Rovanpera believes that this experience will help only partially this weekend in Spain him. "I think the entire tuning and driving style are different because we have right here curves. In Belgium, there have been many short curves, turns and cuts, here we have long corners," he compares the two rallies.

"I think that the pace notes are really difficult here, and you have to trust them very much and know where the peak is. It's a bit more like on the track, so I can not take too much from Belgium. I think that I will learn a lot, "said Rovanpera.

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