Because it has been homologated, the Skoda Fabia RS Rally2 can compete in racing championships worldwide. Nevertheless, work on the new rally car continues. Skoda Motorsport's mechanics are currently honing the Skoda Fabia RS Rally2 to suit the needs of amateur drivers everywhere better. The Skoda Fabia RS Rally2 was tested for four days in Greece to ensure it was perfectly calibrated for the rough terrain everyday in various national championship gravel rallies.

More than 470 units of the Skoda Fabia Rally2 and its successor, the Skoda Fabia Rally2 Evo, have been sold by Skoda to client teams worldwide since 2015. These vehicles compete in rallies on various surfaces, including asphalt, sand, gravel, snow, and ice. Skoda Motorsport aims to provide consumers with a car that can perform well in any environment. As a result of the FIA's recent homologation, the new Skoda Fabia RS Rally2's basic technical configuration is set in stone. That is why the focus of the Skoda Motorsport development team is now on customizing the new vehicle for the worldwide Rally2 category, even better to meet the needs of the customer teams.

Eric Mommey, the company's head engineer, said, "We continue to endeavor to give the greatest overall package for our customers." Mother and his crew recently visited Greece to get their vehicle prepared for the rigors of a gravel rally competition. Every rally car is tested to its limits by the country's forested and dirt roads. "Extreme conditions for the technology include the stony, uneven road surfaces and the high outdoor temperatures." "In Greece, you need a highly sturdy and reliable car," explains Mommey. Greece is the ideal place to get the new Skoda Fabia RS Rally2 ready for any gravel rally you might encounter.

Five-time world champion rally driver Kris Meeke of Great Britain and WRC2 Junior World Champion Emil Lindholm of Finland got two days behind the wheel. They tested the Skoda Fabia RS Rally2 in the Loutraki and Corinth districts on gravel roads evocative of the Greek round of the FIA World Rally Championship, the Acropolis Rally.

Local Skoda Motorsport customer teams and drivers, including Lavrentios Meletopoulos, checked out Mladá Boleslav's new rally car. "The clients of Skoda Motorsport in Greece value these test drives highly." They guarantee the vehicle's peak performance on our roads. "It's what he says, after all." "From what I've seen, the new Skoda Fabia RS Rally2 will be fantastic." Vehicle after vehicle will demonstrate its superiority on Greek roads." The new Skoda Fabia RS Rally2 will once again establish benchmarks.

A rally car's development has yet to be done. After additional drivers and rallies have had a chance to test out the new Skoda Fabia RS Rally2, we can expect more comprehensive feedback and updated data. This lays a solid groundwork for future growth.

Rally cars are known to be tested to their limits on the Greek gravel stages. Extreme heat in the summer places a premium on efficient cooling systems for the vehicle's powertrain, transmission, and passenger compartment. Because the speed limit in many areas is only around 80 km/h, having a consistent flow of air is critical for keeping all systems running cool. Finally, the steep inclines call for a sturdy vehicle that can easily handle the terrain. Testing the Skoda Fabia RS Rally2 in rough terrains, such as that seen recently in Greece, helps us guarantee that it will survive even the most treacherous rallies.

It's usually about finding the sweet spot while setting up a rally car. Specifically, we need to balance speed, reliability, and decent suspension for the rough, bumpy sections of challenging gravel stages like Greece. Differentials should be adjusted, so tires wear evenly during slow speeds and rapid acceleration. Since 2015, Skoda Fabia Rally2 and Skoda Fabia Rally2 Evo models have been victorious in many gravel events. The new Skoda Fabia RS Rally2 is exceptionally reliable, thanks to the experience and data we have gained with these two models over the previous seven years.

We focus on maintaining tight relationships with our clients. We offer replacement parts and technical support to customer teams at selected rallies. Whenever you need them, our top-notch sales staff is here for you. More than 470 Skoda Fabia Rally2 and Skoda Fabia Rally2 Evo models have been sold thus far. The size of our consumer base is a huge responsibility. Our mission is to provide exceptional service to every one of our clients.

With more and more Skoda vehicles on the road, the Skoda Motorsport service crew has expanded to meet demand. It's not uncommon for 100 or so privately owned Skoda Fabias outfitted for Rally 2 competitions to participate in events on any given weekend. These events take place worldwide. Our engineers and technicians work tirelessly to ensure that these vehicles cross the finish line and that their drivers and crews take home trophies.

Our spare parts list, for instance, has been upgraded. The teams can now more easily share technical details. We've kept sending our spare parts service to a few World and European Championship events. Our customer teams' feedback and insights were taken into account as much as possible during the development of the new vehicle. Compared to its predecessors, the new Skoda Fabia RS Rally2 provides an even better user experience. This goes double for everyone on the squad, not just the pilots and copilots.


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