Teemu Suninen who grew to become the WRC2 class winner in Secto Rally Finland was disqualified on Sunday night after the entrance bumper on his Hyundai i20 N Rally2 was discovered to be underweighted in the course of the scrutineering which resulted in Toksport WRT´s Emil Lindholm is handed the win.
Suninen who had dangerous luck over the season within the WRC2 class had all of it settled for a primary win of the season on the house rally however as soon as once more the win acquired taken away this time by a easy human error, final time it occurred he was on route for a win however he crashed on the ultimate stage of Rally Portugal and handed the win to Yohan Rossel.
The stewards’ choice mentioned that within the scrutineering the burden of the entrance bumper was measured at 3,931g which is beneath the minimal allowed weight of 4,510g required to adjust to homologation and Suninen’s staff supervisor Pablo Marcos and Andrea Cisotti who’s the supervisor at Hyundai Buyer Racing agreed the half was underweight because the entrance bumper was not an unique half produced by the staff.
The copied half was fitted on to Suninen´s automobile by the Crimson Gray staff as a human error, the staff are additionally working the WRC2 outfit for the South Korean producer.
This implies the disqualification resulted in Lindholm being promoted to rally win, he completed earlier than the steward choice in second place with 7.7 seconds behind Suninen, Estonian´s Egon Kaur was moved as much as second place whereas WRC returneer Hayden Paddon ends with a 3rd place.
Official rally outcomes for WRC2:
|Pos.||Quantity||Driver / Co-driver||Nation||Crew||Mannequin|
|1.||#20||Emil Lindholm / Reeta Hämäläinen||Finland||Toksport WRT 2||Skoda Fabia Rally2 evo|
|2.||#22||Egon Kaur / Silver Simm||Estonia||M Rautio OY||Volkswagen Polo GTI R5|
|3.||#25||Hayden Paddon / John Kennard||New Zealand||Hyundai New Zealand||Hyundai i20 N Rally2|
|4.||#23||Teemu Asunmaa / Ville Mannisenmäki||Finland||TGS||Skoda Fabia Rally2 evo|
|5.||#28||Eerik Pietarinen / Antti Linnaketo||Finland||Printsport||Volkswagen Polo GTI R5|
|6.||#29||Mikolaj Marczyk / Szymon Gospodarczyk||Poland||Orlen Crew||Skoda Fabia Rally2 evo|
|7.||#34||Fabrizio Zaldivar / Marcelo Der Ohannesian||Paraguay / Argentina||Hyundai Motorsport N||Hyundai i20 N Rally2|
|8.||#31||Martin Prokop / Michal Ernst||Czech Republic||MP Sports activities||Ford Fiesta Rally2|
|9.||#37||Freddy Loix / Pieter Tsjoen||Belgium||Pieter Tsjoen Racing||Skoda Fabia Rally2 evo|
|10.||#27||Sami Pajari / Enni Mälkönen||Finland||Toksport WRT||Skoda Fabia Rally2 evo|
|11.||#50||Thierry Colney / Florian Zingle||France||Eric Mauffrey||Skoda Fabia R5|
|12.||#46||Kees Burger / Teemu Arminen||Netherlands / Finland||Kees Burger||Skoda Fabia Rally2 evo|
|13.||#47||Jari Tuuri / Arto Kapanen||Finland||Dynamo||Skoda Fabia R5|
|14.||#49||Fabio Friserio / Giovanni Agnese||Italy||Munaretto||Skoda Fabia Rally2 evo|
|15.||#51||Peter Thomson / Antti Haapala||Canada / Finland||Riku Taho Rally Consulting||Skoda Fabia R5|
|16.||#32||Guarav Gill / Gabriel Morales||India / Brazil||Motorsport Italia||Skoda Fabia R5|
|17.||#24||Mikko Heikkilä / Samu Vaaleri||Finland||TGS||Skoda Fabia Rally2 evo|
|18.||#35||Josh McErlean / James Fulton||Eire||PCRS Rallysport||Hyundai i20 N Rally2|
|DSQ,||#21||Teemu Suninen / Mikko Markkula||Finland||Hyundai Motorsport N||Hyundai i20 N Rally2|
|RET.||#45||Anssi Rytkönen / Juho-Ville Koskela||Finland||SePen Ralliautoilu ja Elämys Oy||Skoda Fabia R5|
|RET.||#48||Enda McCormack / Liam McCormack||Eire / USA||PCRS Rallysport||Hyundai i20 R5|
|RET.||#36||Riku Tahko / Sami Ryynänen||Finland||Riku Tahko Rally Consulting||Hyundai i20 R5|
|RET.||#26||Nikolay Gryazin / Konstantin Aleksandrov||RAF||Toksport WRT 2||Skoda Fabia Rally2 evo|