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After the great rally in San Francisco, several binomials from our city took a liking to it and will repeat this weekend in Laguna Larga for the sixth of Cordobés.

The Cordobés Rally returns to the roads this weekend after its important passage through San Francisco. It will be the sixth date of the “Heroes de Malvinas 40 Years” championship, which is supervised by the Regional Federation of Sports Cars of Córdoba.

The test will be in Laguna Larga and will cover 8 special tests with 98 kilometers of launched speed, it will start next Saturday with the dispute of 2 timed sections, while on Sunday the requirement will end with 6 more segments.

From our city there will be several presences. Obviously the continuity of Tomás Perotti, leader of Class N1 who managed to take a considerable advantage in the championship after winning on his land.

In RC5 Ignacio and Thomás Anselmi will seek revenge after retiring in the Luxardo stage aboard the Nissan March; in the same division, Agustín Bollati with Ramiro Massoni will also try to arrive for the first time with their new unit. A similar situation for the brothers Hernán and Juan Manuel Gordo who could barely do a few kilometers in Esmeralda on the Ford Ka.

In the largest category, the Maxi Rally, Sergio Ribodino will debut the brand new VW Gol that he acquired a few days ago. While the “proto” of Carlos and Eduardo Maggi will be in the RC2S.

In the N2, Emilio and Fernando Mere will debut a Nissan March. The sanfrancisqueño will add their third official competition after having been in Bell Ville and San Francisco.

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The San Francisco people in Laguna Larga

Sergio Ribodino / Diego Gandino San Francisco VW Gol / MR – Sr /
Carlos Maggi/Eduardo Maggi San Francisco VW Gol/RC2S
Agustín Bollati / Ramiro Massoni San Francisco Nissan March / RC5
Ignacio Anselmi/Thomas Anselmi San Francisco Nissan March/RC5
Hernan Gordo/Juan Manuel Gordo San Francisco Ford Ka/RC5
Tomas Perotti/Gonzalo Diaz San Francisco Ford Fiesta/N1
Emilio Mere/Francisco Mere San Francisco Nissan March/N2