Length: 18,53 km | Surface: Smooth Gravel | Temperature: 31ο C
Alexey Lukyanuk picked up his speed to set the fastest time on EKO Acropolis Rally’s second stage of the day (Divri 1) with a 18 sec. advantage over Lukasz Habaj and Eyvind Brylindsen, who were split by a tenth.
The battle for the lead went to Bruno Magalhaes’ hands this time. The Portuguese found a good rhythm and maintained his large advantage over Norbert Herczig, who had a slight off and stalled his engine. The Hungarian, thus, is now 50,9 sec. behind Magalhaes in the overall standings.
No1: LUKYANUK Alexey - ARNAUTOV Alexey
"It was OK, in the previous stage we had a problem with brakes and struggled for few last kilometers, but now it was good. We changed the wheel and it's OK.”
Νο2: MAGALHAES Bruno - MAGALHAES Hugo
“It felt little bit better now. I didn't take many risk, but we improve and it's under control now. In the previous stage the main mistake was in me.”