Almost 130 kilometres divided into eight special stages – this was the challenge for competitors in Rally Estonia today. Round seven of the 2021 World Rally Championship marks fourth outing for Kajetan Kajetanowicz and Maciej Szczepaniak this year. The Poles showed good pace today, fighting at the top of their category and defeating many factory
The opening leg of Rally Estonia, round seven of the 2021 World Rally Championship, is underway. Top competitors from all over the world arrived in the gravel land of high speed, taking part in extremely spectacular event which appears in the WRC calendar for the second time. Kajetan Kajetanowicz and Maciej Szczepaniak show great pace
For sure they do not lack motivation. Kajetan Kajetanowicz and Maciej Szczepaniak, currently in second position in the WRC-3 standings, begin the competition in Rally Estonia. This is fourth start of the LOTOS Rally Team crew in the 2021 World Rally Championship – and they have already scored two rally wins. The fastest event in
The LOTOS Rally Team enter one of the fastest and craziest rallies in the World Rally Championship calendar! Round seven of the WRC season – Rally Estonia, famous for high speeds and long jumps – starts on 15 July. Kajetan Kajetanowicz and Maciej Szczepaniak will compete in idyllic scenery of forests, small villages and lakes.
Kajetan Kajetanowicz and Maciej Szczepaniak with second-fastest time on the Power Stage Aglientu-Santa Teresa – the final test of Rally Italia Sardegna, with bonus points on offer! The Polish crew scored more valuable points in the 2021 World Rally Championship standings. The LOTOS Rally Team crew again showed excellent pace in Sardegna and despite their
Kajetan Kajetanowicz and Maciej Szczepaniak started Saturday’s leg of Rally Italia Sardegna with huge motivation to make up for time losses after yesterday’s incident. They did a great job and were the fastest WRC-3 crew on the stages today. The LOTOS Rally team duo finished six special stages in top three, including one stage victory
Leg two of Rally Italia Sardegna, round five of the 2021 World Rally Championship is underway. Kajetan Kajetanowicz and Maciej Szczepaniak, rally leaders until the final metres of the last stage on Friday, returned to action after being forced to retire yesterday. With additional motivation, they showed excellent pace right from the start, setting second-fastest
Kajetan Kajetanowicz and Maciej Szczepaniak were leading Rally Italia Sardegna until special stage number eight. They set top-three times on all seven previous tests, winning two of them. Unfortunately, the day ended in unlucky fashion. Wit less than two kilometres to go, the Polish crew slid off the road. There were no spectators on site.
Kajetan Kajetanowicz and Maciej Szczepaniak have started Rally Italia Sardegna on a high note. The LOTOS Rally Team crew showed brilliant pace on the opening loop, winning special stage number two and setting top-three times on remaining three tests. The Polish duo holds second position in the WRC-3 standings, trailing the leading duo of Rossel/Coria
Over 300 kilometres of special stages, almost 30 degrees centigrade and the fastest rally drivers in the world. Round five of the 2021 World Rally Championship – 18th edition of Rally Italia Sardegna – gets underway. Kajetan Kajetanowicz and Maciej Szczepaniak, currently second in the WRC-3 standings, enter this event for the third time. Double
Just over a week after winning Rally de Portugal, Kajetan Kajetanowicz and his LOTOS Rally Team returns to action! Round five of the 2021 World Rally Championship takes place in Sardegna, where temperatures are expected to reach 30 degrees. Fierce competition will turn up the heat even more! Kajetanowicz, co-driven by Maciej Szczepaniak, enters his
Second start this season and second victory for Kajetan Kajetanowicz in yet another career-first outing, this time in Rally de Portugal! The LOTOS Rally Team driver, co-driven by Maciej Szczepaniak, won one of the most difficult and longest rounds of the World Rally Championship in style, setting top-three times on most of the stages and