Opel Corsa Rally Electric

(Oilandgaspress) The ADAC Opel Electric Rally Cup “powered by GSe” made a brilliant impression its first guest appearance in Switzerland. The 100 kW/136 hp Opel Corsa Rally Electric also cut a fine figure in the foothills of the Swiss Alps and impressed with its strong performance. The decision about victory was only made on the last special stage.

At first, Terence Callea put himself in the spotlight. With two best times in the first two special stages, the Frenchman pushed himself to the top of the 15-strong field and held his position until the ninth stage. After an error due to a wet spot on the road, a gripping duel broke out between the son-father team Calle and Torbjörn Carlberg and Max Reiter/Cornelia Nemenich, in which Christian Lemke and co-driver Stephan Schneeweiß also got involved after their best time in SS9. Only in the last two stages did the cup veteran Reiter turn up the heat and catch the Swedish opponent by 4.3 seconds. Third was Lemke, who thus celebrated his first podium finish in the ADAC Opel Electric Rally Cup, ahead of the impressive lady duo Sarah Rumeau and Julie Amblard.

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