Dani Sordo and Sebastien Ogier will reappear in Mexico

Mexico will be the scene of the reappearance of Dani Sordo and Sebastien Ogier in the 2023 World Rally Championship. The Spaniard and the Frenchman do not follow the contest in its entirety, and they will skip the second event of the year, Sweden, to return to work in the third, which returns to the calendar of the March 16 to 19 after his absence since 2020.

Ogier was precisely the winner of the last World Cup edition of 2020, which coincided with the confinement caused by the Covid-19. In fact, that edition had to be shortened and the final stage was not held to facilitate the return of the pilots to their respective countries. The Frenchman, recent winner in Monte Carlo, He has won the American event six times, so it will be a clear candidate for victory.

deaf on his part also has a great track record in Mexico, where he finished second in 2018, the year in which he was fighting for victory, precisely with Ogier, throughout the entire event. In the last edition of 2020 he could not finish due to an engine failure. Both will benefit from the starting order, as they will start in back positions in the first stage, so they will find the roads with less gravel than their predecessors.

Mexico, which takes place in Guanajuato and León at more than 2,000 meters above sea level, which reduces the power of the motors by 30%, It will be the first appointment on gravel sections of the year. A clear reference for the rest of the season, since most of the tests are held on that floor.

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