In the second place of the Greek Rally Championship, Jourdan Serderidis completed this year! Although he did not manage to finish in the last race of the season, at the Olympic Rally, the driver from Kavala for another year finished in second place, having Frederic Miclotte in the right backet of his Skoda Fabia Rally2 Evo.
The Olympic Rally that took place on the special stages of Ilia consisted of 7 special stages, with the duo of Skoda Fabia Rally2 Evo leaving early: “After the spectacular ceremony start in the city of Pyrgos on Saturday night, we started the race with the new, for us, special stage of Alfeiousa that had about 2 kilometers of tarmac. We moved without mistakes, keeping in mind not to take risks in order to maintain the second place in the championship”, said Jourdan Serderidis, who went on to say: “Unfortunately, on the second stage we had contact with a rock, as a result of which we broke the Lower Control Arm of the Skoda Fabia Rally2 Evo, leaving the Olympic Rally prematurely” Despite his unsuccessful attempt in the last round of the Greek Rally Championship, Jourdan Serderidis maintained the second place in the championship, a performance quite important, taking into account the high level of competition of this year’s championship: “Our opponents for the second place in the championship also left, so we finished this year successfully. We are delighted to have made progress on the ground thanks to the help of Eric Camilli. The support we had from the Greek friends of the sport was huge all year and gave us strength”, said the holder of the WRC Trophy, while thanking the sponsors who supported him throughout the year: “We thank ALD Automotive and Fleetback for their help in this year’s championship”
Regarding his plans for 2022, the driver said:“Next year, our program will be different from this year. It is not in our plans to follow the Greek championship, but we are preparing beautiful surprises!”
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