Rallye du Condroz-Huy 2017
3rd to 5th November 2017
The Rallye du Condroz didn't known a better happy end. Kris Princen won his 4th victory of the season in Huy. It's the 3rd Mosan succes of the Limburgian, who insure during the day on Sunday. The two last stages of the 44th Rallye du Condroz, falling in the sporran of Kevin Abbring (Peugeot 208 T16 R5), didn't change anything, Kris Princen and Peter Kaspers (Skoda Fabia R5) won the lestest test of the Belgian Rally Championship with a benefit of 27"2 on the Dutchman of the team "Peugeot Belgique Luxembourg", who we had announced as retired yesterday after clutch problems.

The happiest this weekend was Vincent Verschueren, whose 3rd place was enough to allow him the title of Belgian Rally Champion 2017. A consecration for this one who admit have had posters of Freddy Loix in his room when he was young man, whose progress in a few years where incredible. Beautiful reward also for the team GoDrive of Gaby Goudezeune, who merit this crown.

Winner for the fourth time in Junior after having largely dominated the category, Sébastien Bedoret couldn't crown the crown of Belgian Champion. But his best of honor and his performance during the Rallye du Condroz have marked the ghosts!
The mission seemed impossible... But he attacked the challenge with an incredible fighting spirit! Already winner at three times this season at the Juniors, Sébastien bedoret could still become Belgian Champion in this category provided they impose ans score 14 bonus points, every bonus will be given for the best time in the RC4 category (either R2) at the end of a stage.

Belgian Rally Championship and Junior BRC where not the only competitions to know their outcome during this last test of the season. The title in Historic also played on the banks of the Meuse. Once again, the Condroz proved extremely hard for the mechanics in Historic. After the East Belgian Rally, qhere their engine had dropped them in the last kilometers, hopes on the title for Stefaan Prinzie and Sharon Vermeulen, his wife and co-driver, looked lean. Robin Maes landed at the Condroz, lastest test of the championship, with 5 points benefit. And last year, the BMW driver had imposed at Huy. This year again, Maes started hard, but success wasn't with him. Stefaan Prinzie won his first Belgian title just after having celebrated his 50th anniversary.
Renaud Verreydt rallying the finish at a beautiful 2nd place with his Escort Mk I. With only 200 bhp under the bonnet, the local hero amused his numerous supporters. Stefaan Boelens crowned his first participation in Historic with a beautiful 3rd place on his Porsche 911.
Pos. No. Driver / Co-driver Car Team
1 1 Princen / Kaspers Skoda Fabia R5 BMA Autosport
2 7 Abbring / Tsjoen Peugeot 208 T16 R5 DG Sport
3 46 Verschueren / Hostens Skoda Fabia R5 GoDrive Racing
4 18 Fernémont / Maillen Ford Fiesta R5 Team Floral
5 2 Thiry / Prévot Citroën DS3 R5 Burton Racing
6 24 Grooten / Vanneste Skoda Fabia R5 Team Metior
7 4 Bouche / Jamar Skoda Fabia R5 Tok Sport WRT
8 6 Wallenwein / Magalhães Skoda Fabia R5 Wallenwein Rallye Sport
9 16 Demaerschalk / Eelbode Citroën DS3 R5 J-Motorsport
10 5 De Cecco / Humblet Peugeot 208 T16 R5 Pevatec Competition