Charbo: Victory for Bonato

The five-time French Champion achieved a masterful victory and took the opportunity to take control of the Championship.

Published on 20/04/2024 à 19:10

Emmanuel Naud

0 View comments)

Charbo: Victory for Bonato

Imperial during the first stage, Yoann Bonato (C3 Rally2-Trajectus Motorsport) saw his opponents make a mistake. Léo Rossel (C3 Rally2-PH Sport by Minerva Oil) rolled over on Friday afternoon then Anthony Fotia (C3 Rally2-PH Sport by Minerva Oil) lost more than 20 minutes at the start of this second stage.
This first success of the season allows him to take sole control of the French Championship.

Determined to forget his retirement from Le Touquet, Eric Camilli (i20 N Rally2-Team Bonneton HDG-2C Compétition) was solid during the second stage to secure his first podium at the wheel of the Hyundai.

Hugo Margaillan (i20 N Rally2-CHL Sport Auto) also reached the podium after showing good speed throughout the rally.

The Danish discovery

Quickly left alone for victory in two-wheel drive, Raphaël Astier (A110 Rally-CHL Sport Auto) finished his rally on the edge of the podium in addition to his undeniable victory in 2WD.

Styve Juif transformed the test at the wheel of the C3 Rally2 that he was discovering. He offered himself a promising fifth place for the next appearances at the wheel of the Citroën.

Kept under pressure by Ludovic Godard (A110 Rally-PH Sport by Minerva Oil), Pierre Roché (A110 Rally-Team FJ) starts the Trophy Alpine Elf Rally in the best possible way.

Dane Jacob Leutenberger Madsen dominated the Stellantis Motorsport Rally Cup from start to finish.

Final ranking of the 76th Rhône-Charbonnières

0 View comments)