AMV rider Marc Coma crown in Sardinia
AMV rider Marc Coma is the winner of the 23rd edition of the Rally of Sardinia, the third scoring round for the Raid World Championship.
AMV rider Marc Coma won again today proclaimed winner of the 23 th edition of the Rally of Sardinia, the third scoring round for the World Championship Rally Raid. The last stage, linking the towns of Gavoi / Fonni and San Teodoro, consisting of 228 kilometers, of which 151 were timed witnessed the coronation of the new emperor of the test. Again, the demanding course, which they had prepared the island has again become the hero of the day, that if, with the consent of the brand and the new winner of the Italian rider Marc Coma AMV.
The consistent pace carried out by AMV, over the previous days to today, allowed to address the victory under a clear margin. With an eye toward his cherished goal and without hesitation or a moment, the mount of Avia KTM faced the last few miles of the demanding test with calm and determination needed to be awarded, again, a new victory in the land Italian Sardinia.
AMV The pilot, who had unfinished business with the island since last season was forced to abandon because of a fall, when he was leading it, could taste this time, the sweet taste of his deserved victory. Winner of the only evidence of the Raid World Championship which takes place on the European continent, consisting of 1655 km, segmented into six stages, one a super special of only 3 km, the pilot firm AMV walks toward his new challenge, the championship World of Raids.
Again, the Avia, displayed the great potential offered after dealing with demanding stages, all of great technical difficulty, which required large doses of navigation and concentration.
MARC COMA AMV Pilot (KTM): "When something is good, do not change. I'm very happy with myself, with the team, the people who support us and all the sponsors who make this all possible. I dedicate the victory to a very special person to me, who these days has really helped us and I thank him for his great contribution greatly ... .... thanks Luca Manca. I appreciate all your support, your help and your way of being. It's been a really tough rally, most stages, requiring many highly technical sailing skills, we are not provided at all, that victory. We have been very consistent and I think as a team have done a great job, here's the result. I'm leaving the island with a very good taste. Thank you all! ".