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ERC: Latvia lessons to aid Kajetanowicz in Greece

Four-time Polish Rally Champion Kajetan Kajetanowicz believes he learnt some 'good lessons' in Latvia last month
FIA European Rally Championship event-winner Kajetan Kajetanowicz reckons lessons learned on Rally Liepaja in Latvia last month will help his cause when he contests the Acropolis Rally of Greece for the first time from March 28-30.

Although the events differ substantially in terms of format and character, Kajetanowicz is determined to build on the fourth-place finish he registered last time out in the ERC.

“The experience we gained [on Rally Liepaja] will definitely help in the upcoming events,” said the four-time Polish champion, who turned 35 on Wednesday this week.

“We made plenty of good decisions and it allowed us to stay close with Craig Breen. We took a good lesson [in Latvia] – I'm looking forward to the next challenge,” added Kajetanowicz, who will tackle the Acropolis in a LOTOS Rally Team Ford Fiesta R5.



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Kajetan Kajetanowicz. Rally Poland [Pic credit: ERC]
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Kajetan Kajetanowicz. LOTOS 70 Rally Poland. [Pic credit: ERC]

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