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The Racing Factory is ready for a weekend of decisions

The 2021 season is nearing its end and The Racing Factory will be, next weekend, in three events where several triumphs can be decided for the Santa Maria da Feira team's drivers. Armindo Araújo and Ernesto Cunha will be at the start of Rali de Mortágua and both have ambitions to become National Champions (Absolute and 2WD, respectively). Diogo Gago will fight in Spain for the Clio Trophy, while Rafael Botelho, in the Azores Rally Championship, will try to keep up the fight for the Azorean Champion title at the Picowines Rally.

A weekend of many decisions that leaves The Racing Factory's CEO very satisfied. "There is no doubt that, whatever happens, next weekend, our team/structure is already congratulated. It is only possible to reach this decisive stage of the season fighting on all fronts when the internal work is well thought out, planned, and executed. The drivers trusted us, they are where they wanted to be, in the fight for titles, and we can only be satisfied and proud of our team", he highlighted.

Justino Reis, for his part, is also motivated for the weekend of many emotions. "Of course, I am happy that we reach this stage of the season with possibilities to win on all fronts. We know that, in continental terms, Armindo Araújo is in a good position to revalidate the National Champion title and that Ernesto Cunha, Ernesto Cunha, despite having an arduous task ahead of him, depends only on himself to win the title of 2WD National Champion. In the Azores, although this is not the last race of the Championship, Rafael Botelho's mission is very important to keep close to the deserved front positions after the work he has been developing. In Spain, in the last round of the Clio Trophy, Diogo Gago still has ambitions to win the competition, even though it doesn't depend only on him", he explained, before assuring that "even in 3 fronts, we hope to leave the weekend with all our goals fulfilled".

The Rali de Mortágua, the last round of the Portuguese Rally Championship, starts next Friday with the Qualifying Stage, and all the decisions concerning the national titles are scheduled for Saturday. In the Azores, the Picowines Rally, the race that counts for the Azores Rally Championship, will start on Friday with the Super Special Stage, with six stages scheduled for Saturday. In Spain, the Shakedown and four stages are scheduled for Friday, while on Saturday the drivers will face another five stages against the clock.

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