Results Subida a Algar 2017

The Subida a Algar was the second round of the Andalucia Hillclimb Championship. It is a short hillclimb, scheduled between the two major races in Estepona and Ubrique. As a result some drivers decided to skip this event. Still almost 40 drivers were present this weekend.

Jonathan Alvarez absolutely dominated the proceedings in Algar. The BRC B-49 pilot was quickest on Saturday and Sunday and with quite a large margin. Francisco José Aguilar was 5,5 seconds down on Saturday but managed to reduce the gap on Sunday to 3,5 seconds. Gonzalo Ramirez was third on Saturday but retired on Sunday. The touringcars were also dominated by just a single driver. Although Alberto Garcia was quickest in all four timed races this weekend his lead was ‘only’ a second. Antonio Luis Rodriguez was the runner-up on Saturday but the day after he dropped back to fourth. Instead it was Antonio Navarro who claimed second that day. Juan Ruiz placed his little Citroën AX on the third podium step on both days.

01-02/04/2017 – Subida a Algar
Pos.Last NameFirst NameCarCl.Fase AFase B
1 AlvarezJonathanBRC B-49M161:32,4071:32,989
2 AguilarFrancisco JoséSilver CarM161:38,0201:36,303
3 RamirezGonzaloOuteda Racing Pro KWM171:38,649
4 GarciaAlbertoRenault ClioF2 / 71:39,8651:38,982
5 NavarroAntonioRenault Clio Cup IIIA2 / 71:43,0871:40,174
6 RuizJuanCitroën AX SportHA2 / 131:42,0781:40,603
7 RodriguezAntonio LuisLancia Delta IntegraleHA151:42,0381:41,605
8 GuzmanFranciscoPeugeot 205 GTIHF2 / 141:43,0751:41,823
9 De La CalleJaimeHonda Civic Type-RN31:44,2171:44,579
10 PerezFernandoPeugeot 207 RCA2 / 81:46,9721:44,492
11 MarquezJavierCitroën SaxoF2 / 61:46,7211:45,092
12 JaenAmadorRenault 5 GT TurboHA151:46,3481:47,193
13 NietoManuel RamonPeugeot 207 RCA2 / 81:47,7121:46,365
14 AltamiranoIsmaelRenault Clio SportN31:48,0221:47,656
15 TorresSergioRenault Clio SportN31:47,7511:48,145
16 VargasManuel AmadorMitsubishi Lancer EVO VIA121:50,3181:47,802
17 ReyesLuisRenault ClioN31:49,5691:47,947
18 MarquezAdrianHyundai Getz DN41:49,0771:48,316
19 SorianoJacobPeugeot 206N31:48,6031:52,511
20 SanchezPabloPeugeot 106 RallyeHF2 / 131:48,7331:48,961
21 AltamiranoFranciscoOpel Kadett GSiF2 / 141:50,1291:48,834
22 IzquierdoJoséCitroën Saxo VTSN21:49,8881:52,937
23 CalvilloFranciscoCitroën AX GTIHF2 / 131:49,9231:53,230
24 FernandezJuan FranciscoSeat IbizaN81:50,0171:50,031
25 Van LoonMarcelo AlexanderRenault 19HF2 / 141:52,3931:50,660
26 Del BueyFranciscoSeat Ibiza TDiA81:53,2221:51,510
27 PichacoSamuelCitroën SaxoF2 / 61:52,4701:53,351
28 LopezAlejandroRenault ClioHN141:52,5551:53,000
29 CrespoCarlosVolkswagen PoloHA131:55,7001:53,529
30 Cano-CaballeroJuanCitroën Xsara VTSHF2 / 141:55,3441:53,541
31 NavarroJuanPeugeot 106 RallyeHN132:01,0031:55,172
32 GonzalezDomingoPeugeot 106 RallyeHF2 / 132:00,0781:55,234
33 CabelloBrianPeugeot 306 S16HF2 / 141:57,9031:56,239
34 MartinezDanielOpel Kadett GSiHA141:57,4771:56,872
35 BrikJoséCitroën AX GTIHF2 / 142:05,682

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