New Delhi, Jun 11: After a bright start in Greece, Team Sidvin India driver V R Naren Kumar has now set his sights on the Rally of Turkey which gets underway tomorrow.
''This is going to be a tough rally like Greece. The weather is extreme. The Car is looking good for the moment and I am looking to finish the Rally and gain experience in these adverse conditions,'' Naren said. ''I would like to keep the momentum gained in Turkey going. We have made a few changes to the car setup after Greece to overcome a few glitches we have had there. I am keenly looking forward to This event,'' he added. Naren, who finished 10th in the Acropolis Rally in Greece, feels he could have utilised his car better.
''There is a lot of potential in the car. We could not fully utilise it because the stages were very rough,'' he rued. ''I believe the car can do much more.'' Naren's entry is in the Production World Rally Class, the most competitive category in the World Rally Championships.
This category is of particular interest to all the major car manufacturers participating in the championship because the specifications of the rally cars are closest to the production models.