FI A RALLY SWEDIA
in: A-Z Automotive » » at February 5, 2013
Director, Jarmo Mahonen said that he hopes the series World Rally Championship to
be held in Sweden late Sunday (7-10/2) this would be smooth. Following a series of
fault recording time reaped criticism from fans and participants as well as the team
rallied during the series opener in Monte Carlo last month.
While vendors timekeeper Spanish, SIT Sports, who took over from the WRC timing
and trackingtechnology in Stage One 2013 season get a lot of ridicule of the racers and fans
around the world after the one giving record time. Mahonen said that he and the team will assess
the performance of the SIT after last weekend’s title in Karlstad.
“They had to do his homework before WRC in Sweden was held because we expect perfect
service there. Monte Carlo is a fairly difficult rally with the new supplier rugged terrain, so it may be
less prudent assessment there. Communication mistakes can happen, but it gives the
impropertracking of data that is a fatal flaw in terms of safety, “said Mahonen.
While mention of the criticism of the timing and tracking, Mahonen said that he understands what
people say, as he stated, “I am very sorry and I understand true taste. But as I said, Sweden will
be the best location to assess the performance of the SIT and I will make a decision after the