SS 3 – SEAJETS ATHIKIA 1
Special Stage: 3
Weather conditions: cloudy
Road condition: wet tarmac & mud
Length: 17.43 km Flash N°: 6
1 BREEN Craig - MARTIN Scott PEUGEOT 208 T16 R5
"Everything is fine. The stage was OK, I got a big shock, I left my braking a little bit late, the escape road was full of people, about half way through the stage. If you miss your braking there was no way to go. Difficult to read".
2 KAJETANOWICZ Kajetan - BARAN Jaroslaw FORD Fiesta R5
"I just drive, my driving is just careful at the moment. Like always, we want to do our job, you will see that. Time was not good but we have a different plan for today".
3 LUKYANUK Alexey - ARNAUTOV Alexey FORD Fiesta R5
"It is possible to go much faster. The stage is quite tricky, the first part on the tarmac was extremely slippy, we were too cautious."
6 TARABUS Jaromir - TRUNKAT Daniel SKODA Fabia S2000
"After start, very slippery tarmac in some places. We try to pass, a lot of slippery places and I think I was a little bit careful. Not bad driving, but not good too".
7 MARTIN Charles - SALVA Thierry PEUGEOT 208 T16 R5
"Everything is OK, it was first time on tarmac, it is difficult. At the beginning (on tarmac) no (confidence), at the end on tarmac, it was better".
9 JEETS Raul - TOOM Andrus FORD Fiesta R5
"Very slippy, only sliding. One little spin and absolutely no trust with the pace note in the tarmac sections. The gravel sections okay."
10 ATHANASSOULAS Lambros - ZAKCHEOS Nikolaos SKODA Fabia R5
“The car is OK, we are not taking any risks. We want to preserve the tyres”.
11 BUTVILAS Dominykas - HELLER Kamil SUBARU Impreza WRX STI
“Extremely slippy on the tarmac with the gravel tyres. For us the stage was good and we did not make any mistakes. They (brakes) are a little overheated in the end".
12 BOTKA David - SZELES Peter MITSUBISHI Lancer Evo IX
14 KIRKOS Lambros - POLYZOIS Giorgos MITSUBISHI Lancer Evo IX
“Stage was slippery, muddy in some places”.
Kajetan Kajetanowicz set the fastest time in SS3 and is now leading the overall classification by 6,1s to Lambros Athanassoulas, followed by Craig Breen who is only 0,3s behind.