After three full days, Proton’s first event back in the world rally championship – PG Andersson’s Satria is holding ninth overall, is the top S2000 car, leads the SWRC class, and is ahead of five WRC cars.
“It has been running quite alright, one more important day and then one stage on Sunday. We try keep a steady pace and try to not lose too much and give good feedback to the team on what we can improve on the car.” said Andersson.
Tomorrow (saturday) consists of a total of 4 stages, a loop of 2 run twice. Its a late start with the first stage SS14 Moulinet – La Bollene Vesubie (23.41kms) getting underway at 15:11 local time. The weather tomorrow is forecast to be clear and sunshine.
“It can always get better, for sure,” said Andersson. “You can’t give up, you have to push and try to find out new things all the time.”