Bulacia returns back to a Skoda car in Sardinia after one outing with Citroen

Marco Bulacia made a public announcement earlier today in which he states that he unveiled his return back to the wheel of a Skoda Fabia RS Rally2 and the livery of his car ahead of Rally Italia Sardegna after his having competed with Citroen in Portugal.

The Bolivian driver was confirmed by Citroen Racing for its WRC2 squad for 2024 and had Nikolay Gryazin and Yohan Rossel as his teammates. He made his appearance in two Portuguese rallies with the C3 Rally2 as a preparation for Rally de Portugal where he was forced to retire due to steering issues. However, he announced a shock move as he confirmed that he will switch to a Skoda Rally2 car for Rally Italia Sardegna which will be held next week. Last but not least, it must be mentioned that Bulacia has been driving a Skoda car since 2018 and has won only one rally in WRC2 class so far while the Bulacia brothers named Daniel Elena to join their team in 2024 in order to guide them in World Rally Championship.

"New colors, new hopes!", Bulacia said.

"I present to you the beautiful livery of our Škoda Fabia RS Rally2 technically managed by The Racing Factory.

"We are looking forward to returning to the Rally Italia Sardegna, an event that we love and in which we competed for the first time in 2019.

"See you next week!".

Watch below the new livery of Bulacia's Skoda Fabia RS Rally2: 

Photo Credits: Marco Bulacia

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