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Three out of three for Javi Villa at Ubrique.
Ubrique 21st of April. Javi Villa leads the Spanish Hillclimb Championship after taking two more wins today at Ubrique to add to the victory he secured yesterday. The Sunday climbs saw the Asturian driver set the fastest time in the CM class in the Spanish Hillclimb Championship, easily winning races 2 and 3 that completed the program at the Cadiz event, the opening round of the contest.

First thing in the morning saw the practice session, in which Javi and his car tried some changes in the settings of the BRC B49 that did not bear the expected fruit. In view of this and  facing the two upcoming races it was decided to return to the setup from the previous day and, with this, Javi took the fastest time in the official ascent and his second victory of the weekend was recorded. Although the time he set was a little slower than the one from Saturday it was sufficient to take the win by almost two seconds over the next driver who, on this occasion, was Toni Alarcón in the Silver.

In the last race of the weekend, Villa virtually repeated the same time as yesterday and, as earlier, took first position, this time with a little more two seconds advantage over the next classified CM car, once again the Silver of Alarcón. With this triumph, Javi closed his second run at Ubrique with a perfect score of three victories in three races, repeating  the success from last year on his debut at the  Andalusian climb.

The triple triumph of Javi moves him to the top of the provisional classification of the Spanish Hillclimb Championship, the next round of which will be the Falperra climb in Portugal. Due to a clash with the next round of the European NASCAR it will mean that, as last year, the Asturian driver will be unable to attend. 

Javi Villa's own words: "We have completed the weekend and the truth is that we cannot complain, three out of three wins for the first time the car has run and although there were a few problems it was the weekend than we hoped for before arriving. We expected some difficulties because it was a new car and to take it out for the first time on the track anything can happen. I think that the important thing is that we have already learnt a little more about the car, and we know that there is work to do so that in the next race we are working at one hundred percent, this is the important thing, as much for us as for the other drivers using the BRC equipment."
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