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The smallest gap in the history of North American rally

Always very popular event in the landscape of Canadian quebecois rally and North American Similarly, the Rallye de Charlevoix is ​​also one of the most media. And the 2011 edition, which took place last weekend did not fail to add a page of history with the victory of the North American champion, the Quebecois Antoine L'Estage, with a priority of only a second face to Torontonians of Russian origin, Leo Urlichich.

L'Estage as usual had his Mitsubishi Lancer Evo.X with which he rounded up the latest Canadian and North American titles, but instead of his usual co-driver, he chose his mentor and technical preparateur, John Buffum . A gift that the two comperes wanted to be taking part in the 2011 edition of the Rallye de Charlevoix, followed by thousands of enthusiastic spectators. It must be said that the rally began with two timed stages in the heart of the city of Clermont. A perfectly safe track while being a spectacular desire.

Promising young Canadian rally Urlichich continues to bring good performance since it Irishman Martin Brady for the co-pilot in his Subaru Impreza WRX STi. In Charlevoix, L'Estage and Urlichich have never been separated by more than five seconds throughout the rally.

The victory of Antoine L'Estage and John Buffum by a second gap is the lowest ever recorded in more than half a century of competitions performance rally in North America.

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