Posted on May 19, 2022 in Car by Swing Féminin.
Rallye des Princesses Richard Mille 2022: summary of stage 4
For this 4th stage of the Rallye des Princesses Richard Mille, our princesses left the Parc Fermé in Dinard this morning around 8:30 a.m. in temperatures that were already high enough for the season to reach La Baule and its nine kilometers of beach. A busy day awaited the competitors for this penultimate stage, beware the engines have overheated.
On the program, four regularity zones and an event on the Lohéac circuit. The participants were able to admire the granite coast of Saint-Briac-sur-Mer, they then ventured into the mystical territories of Merlin L'enchanteur and Arthurian legends. Enough to inspire the crews and their mounts for their quest for the Grail… First place in the general classification, of course!
The passage on the Lohéac circuit offers 2,2 km of a track described as technical and fast. The route alternates beautiful straight lines, tight chicanes and large bends. A nice parenthesis on the country roads which allowed Margot Laffite and Amanda Mille #1 to push their BMW 507 to its limits, the show was on track this afternoon! The German-American team Anji Aron and Corinne Tisserand #26 in their Porsche 356 C 1600 SC were afraid of not keeping their average but loved this first experience on the circuit. For competitors #74 Sabine Kâppeli and Emma Rabiller in their Ferrai 308 GTB Quattrovalvole, the feeling was more radical, regularity on open roads is yes, on circuit it's no! Several crews confronted the race on the circuit for the first time with more or less apprehension but all came out full of adrenaline, ready to face the last ZR (regularity zone) of the day.
Baulois, Bauloises, it's the turn of crew #67 Laure Caucanas and Maria Guessous to return home in their Alfa Romeo SP 1600 and pass the finish arch on the Guérande peninsula. The Baulois duo were not there only to measure themselves against regularity. They came to raise awareness among competitors and the general public about the prevention of cardiovascular diseases in women. A first participation where they wore the colors of the Agir pour le Cœur des Femmes endowment fund.
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