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Marco Bulacia to continue with Toksport WRT in 2023

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After a fourth place in the WRC2 class in the 2021 season, the Bolivian Marco Bulacia aimed high for the championship in 2022 where a continuation with Toksport WRT was on the agenda. But this year’s season has been marred by problems and own mistakes with only one of seven start finishing without having to restart or withdraw from the rallies.

But neither was the finish in the Ypres Rally Belgium without a restart any joy for the 22-year-old Bolivian, who had a hard time but now it is clear that he signs a continuation with Toksport WRT for the WRC2 series in 2023.

Since before, the Finn Sami Pajari is ready for a similar program as the Bolivian with seven rallies where the Rallye Monte-Carlo is first on the calendar and it takes place with the brand new Skoda Fabia RS Rally2. Drivers like the 2022 champion Emil Lindholm are predicted to continue in the class and the team, and the same for WRC2 runner-up Andreas Mikkelsen who still looks like going without a WRC contract. Drivers such as Nikolay Gryazin are also expected to continue with the Skoda-backed team.

For the start at Monte-Carlo, the current co-driver Diego Vallejo is unavailable to attend and will be replaced by the Spaniard Axel Coronado.

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