Jan Solans will race in Portugal, Sardinia and Catalonia

The former junior champion finishes his international program with three participations in the World Championship.

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Not forgetting the World Cup. Despite the fact that Jan Solans has redirected his career and has become Citroën's mainstay to renew the national titles, the former junior champion finishes his international program with three participations in the World Championship. If nothing goes wrong, he will race in Portugal, Sardinia and Catalonia at the wheel of his C3 Rally2 with his sights set on doing a full program in 2022.

Forced by circumstances, Solans has had to take a step back to relaunch his career. He has retreated to the Spanish Championship with his new brand, Citroën, and new co-driver, Rodrigo Sanjuán. But that does not mean that he has forgotten his World Cup aspirations. Not much less. He is about to close that program with three participations in the events he knows best to return the following year in search of the title in one of the two categories of the second division, WRC2 or WRC3.

One aspect that is being taken care of is that these three participations in Portugal, Sardinia and Catalonia are preceded by their corresponding test days, to avoid what happened last year, in which he arrived at the World Cup rallies without a net, without having done any one kilometer prior to testing. Both the Spanish driver and Ze Pedro Fontes, the head of the Sports & You team that manages Citroën's programs in Spain, are clear that you have to try before you race.All that remains is the confirmation of the sponsors to begin the way back to the World Cup, without neglecting the national front, in which Solans has just finished his debut with the new team with a second place in the Sierra Morena Rally on the stages cordovan asphalt. The next target is the dirt in Lorca, a terrain in which the former junior world champion could be at an advantage over his rivals, who in recent years have focused on asphalt.



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