ERC: Miko Marczyk makes homecoming with a difference

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Miko Marczyk was back in action in his native Poland last weekend following his impressive FIA ERC 1 Junior Championship campaign with the ORLEN Team.

The 2019 Polish champion was appearing at the first running of the Tor Modlin Rally Show as a course car driver, swapping his familiar Škoda Fabia Rally2 for a production-based, Michelin-equipped Škoda Octavia RS iv.

And there was another change with the vastly experienced Maciej Wisławski deputising for Marczyk’s regular co-driver Szymon Gospodarczyk, who was competing on a FIA World Cup for Cross Country Bajas round in Saudi Arabia.

Driving a Hyundai i20 R5, Jari Huttunen, the 2017 ERC3 Junior Championship runner-up and 2020 Polish champion, won the nine-stage rally, which was organised by seven-time FIA European Rally Championship event winner Leszek Kuzaj.

By: ERC

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