Brand ambassador and exceptional testimonial of Easywrite, the French driver Eric Camilli conquered the prestigious success in the Wrc2 category at the recent Rally of Spain where he also achieved an extraordinary ninth place overall with the Citroen C3 Rally2 in what was the penultimate round of the World championship 2021.

Having taken the lead from the second of the 17 timed sections in the program, Eric Camilli and Maxime Vilmot first bent the resistance of their brand mate Mads Ostberg and then got the better of a wild Teemu Suninen, two drivers who come from the Wrc Plus category and they certainly need no introduction.

Easywrite‘s first victory in the World Rally comes just 15 months after the launch of the revolutionary system for reading the route and writing the pacenotes that quickly gained the attention of the entire world rallying community, confirming its goodness and versatility.

A system, Easywrite, accessible to all types of competitors, including audiovisual tools and tutorials designed to accelerate the learning process of the most effective ways of reading the path and writing notes. Also available on the Easywrite website are all the useful information not only to learn the most correct methodologies but also to improve their performance, which makes this system particularly suitable also for established professional drivers and codrivers who want to refine their personal methodologies and improve still its own performance.

Congratulations from Easywrite to Eric Camilli and Maxime Vilmot, with the hope of seeing them again at the top in the Monza Rally which will close the exciting 2021 World Championship season of the Wrc!