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RALLY PORTUGAL HISTÓRICO 1
Rally de Portugal Historico 2009 O Kartódromo dos Milagres, Leiria, irá receber a 9 de Outubro, Sexta-Feira, uma das etapas do Rally de Portugal Histórico que o Automóvel Club de Portugal organiza de 6 a 10 de Outubro Aliado a este evento o Kartódromo de Leiria irá receber o Rally de Portugal Histórico na Sexta-Feira, 9 de Outubro, com grande animação. O final da tarde será marcado pela demonstração de Supermoto, PRM, Fórmula Ford, Clássicos e Kart-cross. Por fim a prova especial de classificação para o Rally ainda com a presença de várias equipas de Leiria. Uma das quais vencedora da edição de 2008. http://leiriadesporto.blogs.sapo.pt





Porsche 911 GT3 Rally (José Pedro Fontes)
"Bernardo Sousa venceu este sábado o Rali Torrié - o primeiro desta temporada do Campeonato de Portugal de Ralis - ao volante do Ford Fiesta S2000. O piloto madeirense iniciou asim da melhor maneira a temporada em Portugal, ele que cumpre também um programa com provas do Mundial de Ralis. Desde a segunda classificativa da prova - a primeira na estrada depois da Super-Especial da Póvoa de Lanhoso na noite de sexta-feira -, que o piloto madeirense e o navegador Nuno Rodrigues da Silva estiveram na frente da classificação geral, excetuando no final da quinta especial. "Correu tudo bem até à altura em que tivemos os problemas [a embraiagem e tração dianteira registaram problemas nos últimos três troços]. Mesmo assim, conseguimos vencer com uma margem pequena, mas o que importa é que vencemos e entrámos assim na história dos ralis em Portugal", referiu o vencedor no final, naturalmente satisfeito. Victor Pascoal ficou com a segunda posição e Ricardo Moura na terceira." http://www.record.xl.pt





Rali Torrié 2010 - Miguel Campos !
"Bernardo Sousa venceu este sábado o Rali Torrié - o primeiro desta temporada do Campeonato de Portugal de Ralis - ao volante do Ford Fiesta S2000. O piloto madeirense iniciou asim da melhor maneira a temporada em Portugal, ele que cumpre também um programa com provas do Mundial de Ralis. Desde a segunda classificativa da prova - a primeira na estrada depois da Super-Especial da Póvoa de Lanhoso na noite de sexta-feira -, que o piloto madeirense e o navegador Nuno Rodrigues da Silva estiveram na frente da classificação geral, excetuando no final da quinta especial. "Correu tudo bem até à altura em que tivemos os problemas [a embraiagem e tração dianteira registaram problemas nos últimos três troços]. Mesmo assim, conseguimos vencer com uma margem pequena, mas o que importa é que vencemos e entrámos assim na história dos ralis em Portugal", referiu o vencedor no final, naturalmente satisfeito. Victor Pascoal ficou com a segunda posição e Ricardo Moura na terceira." http://www.record.xl.pt





Rally de Portugal 2011 - Clássicos (Super-Especial)
Prova dos Clássicos na Super-Especial - Rally de Portugal 2011 Imagens e Edição - André Alves www.kartingmadeira.com





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Datsun 1200 Rally Portugal 2010
Datsun 1200 na "ss16 Felizes" do Rally Portugal 2010. Antigamente, quando faltava power era assim que se resolvia a situação...





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The best rally of Portugal "Group B"
Tribute--One of the Best and fastest rally in the World history Group b Rali de Portugal historico Um dos melhores ralis do mundo decada de 80.. SuperCars Audi Quattro S1 Lancia Delta 037 e S4 Peugeot T16 MG Metro Renault Maxi turbo Ford RS200.. In years 1984 85 86 crazy fans loucos locos forever Um dos melhores ralis de sempre no mundo Group B..





Rally de Portugal historico 2010
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WRC Rally Portugal 2014 Tom Cave Crash!
WRC Rallye de Portugal 2014 t has been a day of intense competition and high drama which saw a close battle for the lead followed by retirement of the two top drivers. José Suárez had his 21.4 second overnight lead slashed after fellow Spaniard Yeray Lemes went fastest on the opening two stages today. Lemes was over 12 seconds quicker on the 31.9km Santana da Serra stage to close the gap to just 3.9 seconds. With stage 10 cancelled for the Drive DMACK Fiesta Trophy runners, the repeat loop of three stages after mid-day service saw conditions turn ultra-tough. Torrential rain earlier in the week left roads in bad shape and the second pass exposed hard bedrock and rutted roads. Suárez responded to the attack to go fastest on stage 11. However, on the following test Lemes damaged a rear wheel and suspension, and was forced into retirement. Then just a few kilometres down the road Suárez slid off and was unable to get his car back on the stage. That handed Frenchman Quentin Gilbert a three-minute lead which he extended to nearly three and a half minutes by the end of the day with a 0.5 second stage win. Sander Pärn moves into second with Brit Tom Cave third. The dramatic WRC debut continued for Finn Max Vatanen. He suffered a road section collision and was late into service but, undeterred, set his first fastest time of the Trophy on stage 12. Quentin Gilbert said: "Today has gone very well for us and we have stuck to our plan, maintaining a comfortable pace. It was important to try and not make any mistakes especially when the conditions were tough on the second pass. Now we are at the front it will be even more important to focus on the finish tomorrow." Sander Pärn said: "My pace was developing well throughout the day and I'm happy to be here in second place. We've had a good battle with Tom Cave today and I was lucky to get away with clipping a tree on stage 12. I'm driving well in the fast sections but we need to see how the battle develops tomorrow." Tom Cave said: "We had a strong morning and I really enjoyed the stages, but the long one today was very tough and difficult to judge the right pace to go. We touched a tree and rolled on the last stage but luckily just lost around 40 seconds. We need to see how tomorrow and the battle for second shapes up." After SS13 1. Quentin Gilbert 3h 34m 27.9s 2. Sander Pärn 3h 37m 57.1s 3. Tom Cave 3h 38m 19.5s 4. Ghislain de Mevius 3h 41m 18.9s 5. Szymon Kornicki 3h 42m 21.9s 6. José Suárez 3h 44m 07.8s





[HD] WRC Rally Portugal 2014 - @BunningsVideo
Sébastien Ogier claimed his fourth Rally de Portugal victory in five years today to extend his lead in the FIA World Rally Championship. The Frenchman won by 43.2sec in a Volkswagen Polo R from Mikko Hirvonen, who took his best result this year in a Ford Fiesta RS. Mads Østberg finished third in a Citroen DS3, a further 29.2sec behind. Ogier won the final live TV Power Stage to take maximum bonus points and leads the championship by 29 points after four of 13 rounds. The victory was Volkswagen's eighth consecutive victory, matching the record set by Citroen in 2011. "Portugal is a place I love to drive and now I have four wins from five starts in a World Rally Car here," said Ogier. "I had a good battle with Mikko for a big part of the rally, and I had good tyre management on every stage yesterday afternoon and that made the difference. To save my tyres, I didn't push like crazy." Ogier opened the road on Friday's first full day and limited his losses in conditions that constantly switched between dry and muddy. He took the lead yesterday morning and was untouchable in the afternoon with a clean sweep of stage wins. He made the most out of soft compound tyres on drying roads, while Hirvonen couldn't match Ogier's pace as his soft rubber wore badly in the abrasive conditions. Both Hirvonen and Østberg showed great consistency throughout, the latter climbing into a podium place when Ott Tänak crashed yesterday after impressing in his Fiesta RS. Andreas Mikkelsen made a cautious start as he regained confidence after rolling in Mexico on the previous round. However, the Norwegian kept out of trouble, steadily increased his pace and overhauled Henning Solberg this morning to take fourth in a Polo R. Martin Prokop completed the top six, the Czech driver moving his Fiesta RS ahead of Thierry Neuville in the last stage. The Belgian dropped more than 30sec with a broken driveshaft and a spin in his Hyundai i20. Juho Hänninen finished eighth after a string of punctures with WRC 2 drivers Nasser Al-Attiyah and Jari Ketomaa completing the top 10. After a string of crashes earlier in the rally that sidelined Kris Meeke and Robert Kubica, and put Jari-Matti Latvala out of contention, Dani Sordo was the only major casualty today. The Spaniard retired his i20 just a few hundred metres after leaving the service park this morning with a broken driveshaft. The championship moves to south America next month for Rally Argentina, which is based in Villa Carlos Paz on 8 - 11 May.





WRC Fafe Rally Sprint 2014 - Portugal Show/Jump ( Full HD ) Pure Sound
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/EspiaCarros http://espiacarros.blogspot.pt Classificação 1. Sebastien Ogier (Volkswagen), 3m40.0s 2. Ott Tanak (M-Sport), +0.5s 3. Dani Sordo (Hyundai), +2.2s 4. Mads Ostberg (Citroen), +5s 5. Jari Ketomaa (Ford Fiesta R5), +9.3s 6. Martin Prokop (Jipocar), +10.4s 7. Ricardo Moura (Skoda Fabia), +14s 8. João Barros (Ford Fiesta R5), +15.5s 9. Pedro Meireles (Skoda Fabia), +16.5s 10. Rui Madeira (Ford Fiesta R5), +16.7s





Rally Portugal ´86 and the tragedy
Rally Portugal ´86 and the tragedy + Interviews + results





WRC Rally Portugal - Fafe Rally Sprint HD
WRC Portugal 2014 - Fafe Rally Sprint Preview HD Best Moments 2013





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