GM | Haute-Amance Rally 2022: Ghislain Barbier left only crumbs.

The second haute amance rally was just as great a success as the first. On Sunday, October 30th, 102 drivers took part in three categories. In Moderns, the best category, Ghislain Barbier drove a Porsche 991 with insane top speed, outpacing the competition. Passion: Mix everything and you get Rallye de Haute-Amance. The second edition took place on Sunday, October 30th and was a delight to the aficionados. The day’s program had six specials, one for the winding and technical route and one for the very fast route. There was something for everyone in all three categories (modern, historical, and sporting regularity). ASA Langres and its volunteers did the job so successful that President Maryse Thomas was delighted. She said, “I wouldn’t have all of this without all these teams and I’m very grateful to them! We talk about local gatherings, but no small ones. Everything that accompanies is worthy of any occasion. “He was worth it because there were fights on (almost) every level. The first haute-amance rally saw Jean-Renaud Marchal and Ludovic Jeudy fight fiercely for an overall victory. The two men were in the game, but the other furious. (Photo: BD) From the first special, Jean-Renaud Marchal took the lead thanks to a serpentine layout in favor of the Citroën C3, but followed closely behind him by the very close Ghislain Barbier (two seconds away). ) and Enzo Lucotte were very astonished at the steering wheel of the Ford Fiesta: the fast route helped the German race car, and pleasantly presented 50 km/h in the eyes of competitors. Result: 7 at a time on Marchal The second was applied and he took the lead in “Scratch.” No one has seen him again since. Lucotte was in the game, but he made a mistake in SS2 and was knocked out of the podium and Jean Renaud Marchal was left alone to finish second. But after that, it was stricter. Always amazing with the 205 GTI, Ludovic Jeudy had to fight 4 other crew members. 3rd and 7th were only 5 seconds apart. Exciting! He found a better tire set-up to push harder at the time. He completes a podium of “big arms” that the winner Ghislain Barbier didn’t do in the race: he was 23 seconds ahead of Jean-Renaud Marchal and nearly a minute ahead of Ludovic Jeudy ( Faced with Porsche, Marshall had nothing to do and didn’t get a second title at Haute Amance Eric Rallet dropped off past SS2… After catching 18 seconds on two specials! But the bouquet couple is delighted On the other hand, the Sporting Regule The championship was over in an instant. point out! Both short haired Laurent Dorey and his daughter Alexia were their first entries. All in all, this Sunday was a motorsports frenzy like them. Bastien Daubyb.dauby@jhm .fr*Complete photo gallery on jhm.frDeclarationsGhislain Barbier (Rallye de Haute-Amance en Moderne Rally Winner): “We were No matter how far you win, we can’t believe the rally won ahead of time. Many things can happen, such as a puncture or a breakdown. We are still happy and we have the car we need for this meeting. It’s their sixth win this season, and it’s iconic. In 2016, he won his first Rally Bourbon-les-Bains. Good result! »Jean-Renaud Marchal (2nd place by Moderns): « The course was too fast to compete with Ghislain Barbier. When there is a monster that gives 50km/h to everyone in a straight line. Unfortunately we didn’t attend the party as some drivers expected it to be a favourite. In the end we finished this rally in 2nd place with a fellow driver because we had a good lead in another field. The Montlandon special was already fast in the wet, and too fast in the dry. This part wasn’t exciting, but we still love this rally! »Ludovic Jeudy (3rd in Modern): «For the first two specials, we decided to go a little slower. Because there was a big accident at Rally Montvelliard. My daughter Estelline drove with me this Sunday and I had to reevaluate myself. Then I did a tire test and it didn’t fit at all and the lap times went down. Then I put on my usual burning rubber and immediately felt better! The fight for the podium was fierce and I was tempted to say to others, “If you want to be third, come and take it!” » Jean-Paul Bouquet (VHC winning driver): « Small cars like the Talbot had to find long hours in very fast sections! But this rally is very selective because the roads are bumpy! When you reach 150 km/h, you have to have a big heart. We are particularly happy that the dynamics have been maintained as we are approaching retirement for the third consecutive year. »Monique Bouquet (VHC co-driver win): « We enjoyed being alone because of the abandonment of the enemy. We decided to attack as if nothing had happened. Otherwise, no fun! My rider pushed as expected and felt great. »Result Hyundai 1. G. Barbier/S. Barber (Porsche 991 Cup) 18’43″8; 2. JR. Marshall/J. Presac (Citroen C3) 19’07″1; 3. L. Judy/E. Judy (Peugeot 205 Gti) 19’38″7; 4. P. Euvard/A. Crisment (Fiat Abarth 124) 19’40″2; 5. S. Bret/L. Brett (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 9) 19’55″8; 6. T. Chkondali/S. Raviot (Volkswagen Polo Gti) 19’57″9; 7. M. Mourey/J. Sponem (Peugeot 207 S2000) 19’58″2; 8. T. Meyer/P. Augier (Lotus Exige Cup) 20’09″3; 9. D.Fores/A. Boban (Porsche 997 GT3 RS) 20’17″2; 10. D. Courtier/L. Shavod (Peugeot 206 RC) 20’24″5; 11. E. Cunin/C. Hoffman (Peugeot 207 RC) 20’38″7; 12. B. Godtler/M. Rondstalder (Porsche 997 GT3) 20’41″2; 13. A. Renoir/C. Ouvry (Citroen Saxo Vts) 20’45″6; 14. A. Grand Claude/A. Sauffroy (Citroen Saxo Vts) 20’56″4; 15. B. Voillaume/JM. Mulot (Renault Clio R3) 20’59″8; 16. R. Perrin/A. Goutry-Andre (Citroen C2 R2 Max) 20’59″8; 17. N. Magnin/S. Perroz (Peugeot 106 S16) 21’01″5; 18. C.Courtoy/S. Barbason (Peugeot 208) 21’12″1; 19. J.Janny/A. Baldwin (Renault Clio RS Line) 21’12″3; 20. A. Didier Laurent/S. Lallement (Citroën Saxo) 21’17″4; 21. N. Micro/B. Pierrat (Renault Clio Rally 4) 21’17″7; 22. F. Aizier/O. Belluce (Renault Clio Lagnoti) 21’18″3; 23. J. Morim/B. Attalah (Mitsubishi Lancer EVO 8) 21’20″9; 24. P.Gy/C. Matter (Peugeot 206) 21’21″7; 25. R. Gillet/J. Allix (Renault Clio Lagnoti) 21’26”; 26. P. Viatte / O. Cruder (Peugeot 208) 21’29″2; 27. S. Delile/J. Disappeared (Citroën AX Sport) 21’34.6; 28. J. Lafarge/F. Peas (Citroen Saxo Vts) 21’42”; 29. J. Dapoigny/A. Lesuisse (Peugeot 206) 21’49″1; 30. F. Jovin/L. Delcambre (Peugeot 106 Xsi) 22’05″1; 31. B. Ferreira/C. Judy (Peugeot 106 S16) 22’05″2; 32. B. Russel/E. Morel (Peugeot 106 Xsi) 22’06”; 33. R.Czwartkowski/E. Vilkes (Citroën Saxo) 22’11″5; 34. B. Machado/S. Erhart (Renault Clio Ragnoti) 22’13”; 35. Q. Houillons/M. Barinsky (Citroen Saxo Vts) 22’20″6; 36. V. Lambrechts/ A. Jeunet (Citroën Saxo Vts) 22’36″8; 37. B. Wolf/C. Boudard (Renault Clio Williams) 22’40″6; 38. G. Briantais/G. Briantais (Citroen Saxo Vts) 22’41″2; 39. JH. Hinger/L. Lambert (Subaru Impreza STI) 22’46″1; 40. D. Muraille/ R. Chariot (Peugeot 106 S16) 22’52″8; 41. Y. Toussaint/C. Colin (Peugeot 106) 23’00″3; 42. J. Da Motta/S. Georges (Peugeot 308 Gti) 23’06″4; 43. J. Rondi/V. Massin (Peugeot 106 Rally) 23’09″5; 44. S. Gouget/A. Gouget (Peugeot RCZ) 23’24″5; 45. M. Simonin/E. Patou (Renault Clio 16S) 23’26″1; 46. ​​​​M. Bresson/N. Bouvard (Peugeot 106 Xsi) 23’38″0; 47. J. Godel/A. Judy (Peugeot 106 Rally) 23’45″8; 48. J. Mercier/P. Francois (Citroën Saxo Vts) 23’49″1; 49. M. Hardy/M. Koepfert (Peugeot 106 Rally) 23’50″7; 50. A. Mathis/K. Revaner (Citroën Saxo) 23’58″2; 51. V. Hulme/P. Chonavel (Citroen Saxo Vts) 24’14″1; 52. A. Barin/A. Maigrot (Peugeot 106) 24’17″7; 53. J. Banerlot/M. Sherry (Peugeot 106 S16) 24’28″3; 54. S. Catania/C. Catania (Peugeot 106 S16) 24’29″2; 55. F. Konarsky/F. Dutu (Citroen DS3) 24’32″3; 56. E. Brugirard/T. Faivre (Peugeot 106 Xsi) 24’35″9; 57. E. Boniel/A. Charton (Peugeot 206 Xs) 24’48″3; 58. L. Bourvar/L. Bouvard (Peugeot 106 Xsi) 24’56″7; 59. D. Nicklaus/L. Nicklaus (Opel Corsa) 25’00″3; 60. C. Benoit/G. Benoit (Citroën Saxo Vts) 25’02”.4; 61. L. Cortot/M. Lapage (Peugeot 106 Xsi) 25’13”.0; 62. F. Billott/A. Rupt (Citroen Saxo Vts) 25’28″3; 63. E. Dessy/ T. Raincourt (Peugeot 106 Xsi) 25’51″6; 64. O. Bonnet/E. Bonnet (Peugeot 206 GT) 25’59″6; 65. C. Flohr/N. Humblot (Citroen Saxo Vts) 26’48″4; 66. B. Bonnet/O. Lehmann (Peugeot 106 Xsi) 26’48″5; 67. G. Thierry/P. Uhlrich (Peugeot 106 Xsi) 27’08″6; 68. C. Collett/T. Bonnet (Citroen AX Sport) 28’20”.VHC1. JP. Bunch/Mr Bouquet (Talvo Samba Rally) 23’41″3.VHRS1. D. Acid/C. Portel (BMW 325 I); 2. J. Dory/L. Perqueen (Volkswagen Golf GTI); 3. L. Dorey/A. Dory (Citroen AX GT).
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