Absolute standing in the second place of Rali Vinho da Madeira, Bruno Magalhães was the winner of the event regarding the Portuguese rallies championship. With his first victory of the year, the driver of Hyundai i20 R5 regained part of his disadvantage in the competition.
Second in the Island, José Pedro Fontes also achieved the most important outcome of the year, with his Citroën C3 Rally2. Third in the national position, was Bernardo Sousa, author of a good performance, with the least recent Skoda Fabia R5 and got closer to several drivers who have preceded him in the transitory standing of the championship.
Fourth among the Portuguese Rallies Championship drivers, Ricardo Teodósio in his Skoda Fabia Rally2 Evo had a competition with many drawbacks, nevertheless, his outcome allowed him to shorten the difference for the leadership of the championship. As a leader is still Armindo Araújo, fifth among the national drivers, after a rally set by the lost time with a spin or a punctured tyre. Miguel Correia was the sixth and has now a similar position in the championship with his Skoda Fabia Rally2 Evo.
Right behind him in the competition organized by Club Sports da Madeira, Paulo Neto has a similar position in the competition promoted by FPAK.
Standings: 1st Armindo Araújo, 88; 2nd Ricardo Teodósio, 84; 3rd Bruno Magalhães, 72; 4th José Pedro Fontes, 57; 5th Bernardo Sousa, 55; 6th Miguel Correia, 40; 7th Paulo Neto, 32; 8th Pedro Meireles, 18; 9th Diogo Salvi, 8; 10th Gil Antunes, 7.*
* official standings informative only