The crew Roma-Haro set a winning time of 08:30:39 in the more than 600 kilometres through the mountains of Cuenca.
Nani was very satisfied with how things went on this last day of the race. “The day went well. We ran well, trying to maintain a high pace, because sometimes when you have a big gap to the second you tend to lose concentration and make mistakes. Therefore, we have maintained a good pace, and everything went well,” he commented after the prizegiving.
The Catalan driver also praised his co-driver, Alex Haro, “who did a great job” and all his team. “The Mini worked marvellously and it was a pleasure to drive it in this Rally TT Cuenca, a very well organised race,” he added.
This race served as the last training for the Mini driver, who says it was “a very good “preparation for the Dakar, which is the next stop now.”