CHRISTIAN LAVIEILLE AND JEAN-PIERRE GARCIN WIN THE 2014 CHINA GRAND RALLY!
SEPTEMBER 12th 2014
After a long journey all the way from the foot of the great wall of China in Beijing to Dunhuang in the Gansu province, Christian Lavieille and Jean-Pierre Garcin are the winners of the second edition of the China Grand Rally...
CHRISTIAN LAVIEILLE AND JEAN-PIERRE GARCIN CLOSE TO THE VICTORY!
SEPTEMBER 11TH 2014
At the end of Stage 11 of 2014 China Grand Rally, Christian Lavieille and Jean-Pierre Garcin should be the next winners of China Grand Rally in the car category unless mechanical problem. Wen Win Su on Jincheng is close to win the bike category.
THE LEADERS SOLIDIFY THEIR POSITIONS!
SEPTEMBER 10TH 2014
In Dunhuang in the province of Gansu, Christian Lavieille and Jean-Pierre Garcin (Haval) in the car category and Wen Min Su (Jincheng) in the motorcycle category win another first place victory in this stage, taking tem that much closer to a final victory in the China Grand Rally 2014.
In today’s 605km long stage, of which 246km were timed, Christian Lavieille and Jean-Pierre Garcin speed along towards Dunhuang and finish in first place, thereby consolidating their first place in general ranking for cars. Wen Min Su (Jincheng) remains the leader in motorcycle general ranking even though he suffers from an ankle injury.
The duel remains thoroughly exciting between the two rivals as they fight for first place in general ranking. In this 8th stage of the China Grand Rally 2014, spanning 360km of which 169km were timed, Christian Lavieille and Jean-Pierre Garcin finish with a minute advantage over their teammates Wei Han and Cheng Feng.
Following a difficult stage in central Mongolia, the competitors were able to charge their batteries and take a break until the afternoon’s 2km stage in Zhangye. Christian Lavieille and Jean-Pierre Garcin win yet another stage.
Christian Lavieille and Jean-Pierre Garcin leave Mongolia with another first place victory, their third so far in the China Grand Rally. Nothing it set in stone in the general ranking. In the motorcycle category, Jincheng continue their fantastic winning streak with another double victory.
The day ends with a double victory for Team Haval on the dusty terrain of the racetrack in Alxa Youqi with Wei Han in first place and Christian Lavieille in second place. Wei Han’s victory allowed him to steal a few precious seconds and is now first in general ranking. Similarly in the motorcycle category, team Jincheng remains uncontested at the forefront of the ranking, coming in first yet again.
Christian Lavieille and Jean-Pierre Garcin made the day by taking the lead of the rally following their victory in the fourth race. Haval’s other driver, Wei Han, is close behind and remains a strong and dangerous competitor. Once again showcasing an impressive performance, Wen Min Su remains the man to watch, dominating the entire motorcycle category.
At this short and fast special Bin Liu took home the victory with his buggy while Christian Lavieille and Jean-Pierre Garcin finish third, losing a few seconds in their general ranking at Haval, Wei Han. For motorcycles, Wen Min Su (Jincheng) won his second victory at 2014 China Grand Rally.
The second stage of 2014 China Grand Rally was the field of the first win of the crew Lavieille/Garcin in China. During a loop of 132 kilometers around Alxa Zuoqi, the French duo made a good impression. In the bike category, Shi Yumeng wins the stage on Honda.
TWO HAVAL AT THE TWO FIRST PLACE!
SEPTEMBER 1ST 2014
2014 China Grand Rally is now on its way. At the end of a stage of 198 kilometers, Haval wins the two first place, Wei Han ahead of Lavieille. Jincheng wins the two first place as well and put two bikes at the top of the stage ranking.
SCRUTINEERINGS AND OPENING CEREMONY AT THE GREAT WALL OF CHINA!
AUGUST 31ST 2014
Following its initial success, China Grand Rally is back for another edition in 2014, equal to its predecessor in the richness of its plateau quality as well as in its racetrack diversity ingeniously designed by Hubert Auriol and Gilles Picard.