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Baja TT Dehesa de Extremadura 2023: BP Ultimate Adventure Team at the front of the World and European Baja Cups

Baja TT Dehesa de Extremadura 2023: BP Ultimate Adventure Team at the front of the World and European Baja Cups

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The BP Ultimate Adventure Team was this afternoon in the Baja Dehesa Extremadura with the pilots David Megre, driving a Kawasaki KX 450 X, and Lourenço Rosa, navigated by Nuno Morais driving a Toyota Hilux T1+, winning in their respective categories the prologue of the Spanish event that started this afternoon in Badajoz. David Megre leads the FIM Bajas World Cup and the Bajas European Championship, and Lourenço Rosa leads the FIA Bajas European Championship.

Luís Portela Morais, navigated by Tomás Neves and driving an OT3, had a setback in the prologue, but he leaves tomorrow in search of a good result.

The competition continues tomorrow with a stage composed of two selective sectors. The first, which takes place in the morning, starts in Alconchel and will go through the towns of Higuera de Vargas, Oliva de la Frontera and Valencia del Mombuey and Zahínos, for a total of 130 km. In the afternoon the competitors will face 200 km disputed to the chronometer, with passage in the same localities. On Sunday the final stage will take place with 155 km divided into two selective sectors: the first between Santa Marta and La Albuera will have 78.7 km and the second between Solana de los Barros and Santa Marta with 76.3 km.

Automatic translation from the original Portuguese press release available also on www.todoterreno.pt
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ource: BP Ultimate Adventure Team official press release

 

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