The Abarth 500 Rally Trophy ends this weekend in Switzerland with the Rallye du Valais.
The general classification sees two pilots in the leading position: Marco Rocchieri, which runs with his brother Francesco, and Manuel Villa, competing with Michele Ferrara.
The two pilots count two wins each: Rally 1000 Miglia and the Tour de Corse for Rocchieri; Rally del Friuli and Oriental Alps and Sanremo Villa.
The Swiss rally, crucial also for the European Championship title, provides three stages. The first from Sion, near Martigny, on Thursday, October 25 at 14 and ends at 18 after three stages. The second takes place Friday from 9 am to 20 and the third Saturday from 7.30 to 17. The course, completely on asphalt, is 695 km long, 293 of which are timed speed, spread over 16 special stages.
A challenging race, which also sees the participation of the swiss team with Beat and Janine Wyssen racing with their Abarth 500 R3T.