Paseo de Sordo in his 'tierruca'

The Cantabrian World Cup did not give his rivals a choice in the Rudagüera Rallysprint at the wheel of the Hyundai of Surhayen Pernía.


Dani Sordo's triumphant walk before his countrymen. In the 'tierruca' where he was born, Cantabria, the World Cup driver has not given his rivals a choice in the Rudagüera Rallysprint, the test with which regional motorsports resumed action after the stoppage caused by the coronavirus.

On the road closest to his parents' house, La Busta-San Esteban, and with the epicenter in the Karting La Roca, the family business, Dani could not refuse to put on his overalls and take the wheel of the Hyundai i 20 R5 that he usually his good friend Surhayen Pernía drives in the Spanish Championship. Of course, this time not with Carlos del Barrio, but with Iván Bajo seated to his right.

Y, how could it be otherwise, Sordo dominated the three passes to the home section, and prevailed without major setbacks in the test. In the absence of participations in the World Cup, the Cantabrian is killing the bug with lower-ranking events while waiting for his return in Sardinia, the rally in which he won last year, in October.

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