Citroen ZX Oficial Rally – Scratch Monte Erice – Assetto Corsa

Citroen ZX Oficial Rally - Scratch Monte Erice - Assetto Corsa

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Citroen ZX Oficial Rally
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Monte Erice
Assetto Corsa
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Citroen ZX Oficial Rally
1990–1998 seasons
The Citroën ZX Rally raid won the Rally raid Constructors’ Championship in 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, and 1997 with Pierre Lartigue and Ari Vatanen.

Citroën also won the Dakar Rally in 1991, 1994, 1995, and 1996. In addition, Citroën won the Pharaons Rally in 1991, the Tunisia rally in 1992 and the Paris-Moscow-Beijing Rally, also in 1992
1998–2000 seasons

Citroën Xsara Kit car at the 1998 Rallye Cantabria
In 1998, following its withdrawal from Rally raid competition, Citroën Sport began competing in rallying with the Xsara Kit Car. Equipped with a 2L engine developing 280 hp more than 8 000 rpm, this car started competing in the French Rally Championship in 1998. At the wheel, Philippe Bugalski won drivers titles in 1998 and 1999, and Sébastien Loeb won the driver title in 2001.
In addition to the French championship, Citroën also entered the Xsara Kit Car on asphalt rounds of the World Rally Championship, Bugalski finishing fifth on the cars WRC debut on Rally Catalunya in April 1998, while Jesús Puras retired with engine problems. On Tour de Corse, Fabien Doenlen finished seventh and Patrick Magaud finished tenth. Bugalski retired with broken suspension. On Rallye Sanremo, Magaud finished 11th, Puras retired with engine problems and Bugalski crashed out.
In 1999, Bugalski and Puras were entered in Xsara Kit Cars on the three asphalt rallies again, and Bugalski won in Catalunya and Corsica, Puras finishing runner-up in Corsica.

Monte Erice
Monte Erice, or ancient Greek Mount Eryx, is a mountain of Sicily, in the province of Trapani.

The mountain is to the east of Trapani and encompasses an area of 18.3 km2. The Lenzi River has its source on the mountain.

The city of Erice is located on the summit, the frazione of Casa Santa (it) and the suburbs of Trapani are located on the western slopes, and the comune of Valderice is on the eastern side of the mountain.
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