We have 67 drivers here at the parc ferme in Guanajuato after second day. Adrian Klimas keeps showing his strong abilities in Mexican roads while leading the parade. Of course not many place for a mistake as many others follows Pole really closely.
Adrian started the day with increasing his lead after winning the opening stage of day two by almost 8 seconds. Later Polish driver won three more stages and before tarmac stages he had over 40 seconds lead against Raivo Dabins. Unfortunately Adrian made many spins in those tarmac stages and lost quite a much time, so at the end he is just 18 seconds ahead of Latvian. "Not good day for us but OK, we are on the finish. (smiles) Se you tomorrow",- spoke Adrian. Meanwhile another privateer Raivo Dabins with Hyundai i20 Coupe WRC finally showing some stability performance. After stage wins in SS10 and SS12 Latvian was in good mood,- "Overall very safes runs without any risks. Feel confident with my car and now looking forward for the last day.. It depends on stages but maybe ill try to push for Adrian. But then will see. (smiles)". Next up in third place is Toyota Gazoo Racing WRT driver Remus Diaconescu. Romanian is 35.52 seconds behind rally leader and has two M-Sport Ford WRT drivers behind in 4th and 5th places fighting each other.
Arūnas Gylys is quite a big of surprise for day two. Lithuanian who was just 25th after street stages and had lost almost 50 seconds is now leading WRC 2 classification with two overall stage wins and sits behind Mateusz Przyzlakowski in P7. Arūnas with his Škoda Fabia R5 won four stages in his class and has 28.56 seconds lead, this is his comment after second day finish,- "Safe run here. The day was good, if not the mistake on 1st day when I lost 40sec, than this will be perfect start of the rally. Looking forward for tomorrow. Good luck for everyone". PH Sport driver Jan Gais is second with Hyundai Motortsport N driver Echedei Benitez on his tail just 14 seconds behind.
JUNIOR WRC leader after first day Miguel Lopez had to retire due technical issues and Enzo Sagrera took this role from him. Argentinian started to dominate immediately by winning three stages already had almost 30 seconds lead over Jyrki Niemela. Unfortunately this ended really fast after crash in SS7 and Jyrki became the new leader. Finn won 5 stages and build up over 40 seconds lead against current JUNIOR WRC champion Maciej Zawisza. Lithuanian Darius Mackevičius is holding 3rd place with 1min 15.92sec gap from class leader.
Last day of Rally Guanajuato Mexico has 9 more stages to go. Fast, bumpy and slippery gravel roads can make a huge standings change in every corner as gaps between drivers are not so big.