TT Rally Cup:
follow live the Hellas Rally Raid
Seven days of riding on the remote areas of Central Greece mountains from 23 to 30 May.
That’s the Hellas Rally Raid 2021, valid as first round of the TT Rally Cup.
It’s a unique experience in the remote mountains, forests, valleys and more with everyday route between 160-250 kilometres, 90% of them off-road. In the single bivouac in the city of Nafpaktos the organizers provides tires, rider clothing and protections, medical first aid kit, mobile and GPS service and even more.
More than 260 riders from 35 countries are ready to fight for a total of 2000 km over 6 days.
The enduro champion Loic Minaudier is first in the Overall in front of Ebster Tobias and Christian Pastori. Minaudier is first in the Class M3, followed by Davide von Zitzewitz and Ferdinand Kreidl, while Pastori is first in the Class M4. In the other classes the leader are: Class M1 Massimo Prazzoli, Class M2 Guilhem Alves, Class M5 Andrei Iorga, Class M6 Massimo Doretto.
In the Overall Loic Minaudier is always first in front of Ebster Tobias, while Christian Pastori leaves the virtual podium to c. The leader of the European Classes: M1 Massimo Prazzoli, M2 Guilhem Alves, M3 Loic Minaudier, M4 Christian Pastori, M5 Alexandru Radu, Class M6 Massimo Doretto.
Loic Minaudier is strongly first in front of Ebster Tobias and Ziv Karmi. The French rider is always the leader of the European Class M3 in front of Robbie Wallace and Ferdinand Kreidl. First position also for Massimo Prazzoli (M1), Guilhem Alves (M2), Christian Pastori (M4), Alexandru Radu (M5), Massimo Doretto (M6).
Loic Minaudier keeps on ruling the Overall with no opponents. He is not also the undisputed leader in the Class M3 in front of the German rider Davide von Zitzewitz and the Austrian Ferdinand Kreidl. In the other European classes the leader are: Massimo Prazzoli (M1), Guilhem Alves (M2), Christian Pastori (M4), Alexandru Radu (M5), Massimo Doretto (M6).
Incredible turns of events with Davide von Zitzewitz leader of the Overall and in the Class M3 in instead of Loic Minaudier, who passed second in front of Robbie Wallace. Massimo Prazzoli is always first in the Class M1, Guilhem Alves in the Class M2, Christian Pastori in the Class M4, Alexandru Radu in the Class M5 and Massimo Doretto in the Class M6.
Loic Minaudier is back first in front of Davide von Zitzewitz and Robbie Wallace. In the other European classes the leader are: Massimo Prazzoli (M1), Guilhem Alves (M2), Christian Pastori (M4), Alexandru Radu (M5).
Final day for the TT Rally Cup. After 7 days of racing, Loic Minaudier is the winner of M3 class. He ruled the whole competition in front of Robbie Wallace, second, and Ferdinand Kreidl, third on the podium. Massimo Prazzoli won the Class M1, Guilhem Alves the Class M2, Christian Pastori the Class M4 and Alexandru Radu the Class M5. In the Quad category the victory goes to Jurai Varga; with him on the podium the Slovakian riders Jan Stolarczyk and Marcin Talaga.