SARR 2021 crowned its winners

Alberto Ontiveros, on motorcycles; Andrés Frini, on quads; the Brazilian Rodrigo Oliveira Luppi, on UTV; and Juan Cruz Yacopini, in cars; they prevailed in the second edition of the South American Rally Race.

After fulfilling 3.000 kilometers across the provinces of The Rioja, Catamarca y Salta the second edition of the South American Rally Race, the most extreme competition in the region that rescues the spirit of Dakar Rally. Of the one hundred participants who accepted the challenge, only 60 passed the final goal.

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Juan Cruz Yacopini (Beta.)

Alberto Ontiveros placeholder image (Beta) suffered an error at the beginning and, averaging the second half, starred in a very strong fall. But it was always behind the highest step of the podium in the motorcycle category. And he reached it surpassing Santiago Micheloud (Yamaha) already Santiago Debeljuh Taruselli (Beta).

In ATVs, Andres Frini (Yamaha) had different situations to carry on. Among them, resignation of not being able to help another competitor and friend with their mechanical problems. However, encouraged by it, he continued to the end to win this SARR 2021. Tomás Barria D'Avis (Yamaha) and Facundo Viel (Yamaha) completed the podium.

Among the UTV the best was the Brazilian Rodrigo Oliveira Luppi (Can-Am), who, reached the top spot upon the end of the test. His escorts were Jeremiah Gonzálo Ferioli (Can-Am) and Federico Echegaray (Can-Am).

While in cars nobody could with Juan Cruz Yacopini (Toyota Hilux), who won from end to end followed by Javier Bobadilla (Chevrolet S10) and Francisco Castro (Chevrolet V8).



Automundo is the blog about news from the automotive industry, motorsport and the culture of the region. Director: Diego Durruty.

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