WRC 2023- Jourdan Serderidis- Mexico is the next stop for Jourdan Serderidis

After his participation in the famous Monte Carlo Rally which was the opening race of this year’s World Championship, Jourdan Serderidis returns to the wheel of the Ford Puma Rally1 to compete in Rally Mexico. With Belgian Fred Miclotte as his co-driver and wearing the official colors of M-Sport, the Greek driver participates in another race of the world’s top rally championship, aiming for a positive result.


Jourdan Serderidis had taken part in the race before, specifically in 2015, a year in which he finished in seventh place in WRC2: “Rally Mexico is a special race and requires special attention“, were the first words of the Cavaliotis driver, who he continued: “We have a first taste of what we will encounter in the race, as we competed again in Mexico 8 years ago. The special stages are mostly hard with lots of stones and we have to be very careful to avoid punchers.


The race will begin at dawn on Friday with the first two super special stages on the streets of the city of Guanajuato: “The atmosphere at the race is always festive. It’s very nice that we are competing in an urban fabric and in front of so many people, although in such cases you have to be doubly careful not to lose valuable time ” said the Ford Puma Rally1 driver and added regarding his goal in Mexico: ” We will aim to improve our driving stage by stage and move carefully to avoid the spots that could hurt the Puma. We will try to enter the rated 10th, although the most important thing is to finish the race and raise the Greek flag at the finish

Rally Mexico starts in the early hours of Friday, March 17, Greek time, with two night special stages and ends on Sunday, March 19. The crews will be invited to compete in 23 special routes, with a total length of 321 racing kilometers.


Follow the course of Jourdan Serderidis in Rally Mexico through the driver’s personal page atfacebook: https://www.facebook.com/Serderidisrallyfans


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