Alejandro Cachón makes the leap to the World Cup

A new ray of hope opens for the future of Spain in the World Rally Championship. Alejandro Cachón, revelation pilot of the 2022 season in Spain, will make the leap to the world championship next year. As AS announced, the 23-year-old Asturian will run in 2023 in the maximum contest framed in the WRC2 category.

Cachón has surprised this year in the Spanish Championship. Despite it being his first season at the wheel of a top-level vehicle, he has meddled without complexes in the fight for the title, scoring two absolute victories in the Princesa de Asturias and Villa de Llanes rallies. In addition, he has begun to get to know the World Cup, driving in Portugal as a 0 car, and competing in the rounds in Belgium and Spain, where he showed his speed in some sections.

And now it’s time to give the ‘do chest’ in WRC2, where next season several top-level drivers will race, such as Oliver Solberg which, after passing through the Hyundai team, has announced that it will compete with the Skoda team in that category. Cachón, who had the opportunity to sit as Dani Sordo’s co-driver a couple of weeks ago in Cantabria, He will drive a Citroën with the latest specifications, the same one that in 2022 has allowed him to jump to the front row of rallies in Spain.

It is a two-year program, in order that the first serve to accumulate experience and the second to try to win the title. He will debut in Monte Carlo in January and will run seven events: Croatia, Portugal, Italy, Estonia, Finland and Germany.

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