WRC 2023- Jourdan Serderidis- Monte Carlo Rally- Day 4- Finish in the premiere

Jourdan Serderidis finished in the demanding Monte Carlo Rally. Taking advantage of the privileged starting position on Sunday, the Greek driver picked up the pace, gained places in the classification and finished the opening round of the World Rally Championship in 24th place. ”

We liked the Sunday specials as they were dry and combined with our privileged starting order we pushed as hard as we could to move up the overall classification and enjoy it“, were the first words of Jourdan Serderidis after finishing in the fifth Monte Carlo Rally of his career and continued: “We may not have achieved our initial goal of finishing in the top 20 of the race, but I’m happy with my performance over the four days. The race hid many pitfalls, which thanks to the valuable guidance of my experienced co-driver, Fred Miclotte we managed to avoid” This was the second participation of the Greek driver, holder of the 2017 WRC Trophy, in an asphalt race of the World Rally Championship with the top-spec Ford Puma Rally1: ”

The car ran great. Three months after my participation in the Catalunya Rally I returned to the bucket of Puma and I definitely had to find my steps in the first stages of the race. Already from the Friday morning specials we gained confidence and continuously improved our performances ” said Jourdan Serderidis, concluding: “Our next WRC race it’s Rally Mexico in March. This year we will follow selected races of the championship and, of course, we will also be present at the Acropolis Rally in September ” Follow Jourdan Serderidis, through the driver’s personal page on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Serderidisrallyfans

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