Sergio Vallejo and Pronto Racing face up to a new challenge.

With his participation in next Catalunya Rally, Sergio Vallejo assume the biggest challenge of his sporting career: the Super1600 World Rally Championship. Vallejo will try to do as best as possible. In his country event, he will try to be on the ...

Sergio Vallejo and Pronto Racing face up to a new challenge.

With his participation in next Catalunya Rally, Sergio Vallejo assume the biggest challenge of his sporting career: the Super1600 World Rally Championship. Vallejo will try to do as best as possible. In his country event, he will try to be on the firsts places, and try to fight for the win if possible. Super1600 World Championship, was created by FIA to substitute Gp.N as the point of entrance of new drivers to World Rally Championship. This category will be very disputed with the presence of 24 drivers and 4 different makes.

Sergio will be accompaned by andorran driver Albert Llovera, with whom will share the services of Pronto Racing team. Llovera is the only paraplegic driver who has succeded in motorsports.

Both drivers will drive both Fiat Punto Rally Super1600, Llovera's one was adapted by Guidosimplex to allow Albert manage all control with only his hands.

Team will stay at Marsol Hotel in Lloret de Mar. During the celebration of the rally, you could contact team at +34 649 968 108.

-Pronto Racing

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