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January 17, 2022

The best drifters will compete in mountains, on the Rarau massif

30 pilots from Romania, Bulgaria and Hungary will start this weekend the only mountain drift stage in Romania. It is deemed as the most dangerous route of the season, since the controlled drifts will be made right on the superior sector of the county road 175B Pojorata-Rarau in Suceava.
Among the pilots competing within the round in the Rarau massif, held under the aegis of the Romanian Federation of Sports Motoring, are also included the best placed pilots in the overall standings, namely the Bulgarian Krasmir Stefanov, Iulian Jumuga, Razvan Fratianu, Stefan Stefanov and Marius Mitrache.
Double European champion Calin Ciortan will also be present at the start, being returned in the Romanian championship after three years of break, as well as the youngest pilot-woman in Europe, Kristalina Stefanova from Bulgaria.
Originating exactly in Suceava, Fratianu appreciates the round on Rarau as the most spectacular stage of the season. “It’s an area where we cannot afford to make any mistake. If you make a mistake, you can go home with your car. One side is provided with parapet, while the other one is provided with concrete ditch, so everything will be to the limit”, said the experienced pilot, national champion in 2011.
Attendants to this stage will be officially present on Friday, starting at 5.00 pm, on the Culture House’s esplanade in Campulung Moldovenesc, giving the opportunity to the fans to learn all the details about the cars having hundreds of horsepower and to know the pilots.
Free trainings will start on Saturday, at 9.00 am, on the superior sector of the county road 175B Pojorata-Rarau, while qualifications for battles will take place starting at 6.00 pm. A new series of free trainings will take place on Sunday at 9.00 am, while the much awaited battles will start at 4.00 pm.

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