Teemu Suninen in WRC

Teemu Suninen has been competing in the WRC2 and WRC since 2014. Since then, he has gone on to win five podiums in WRC2 and WRC rallies. For this year’s campaign, Teemu will be teaming up with co-driver Marko Salminen. Marko has widespread co-driving experience stretching back to Rally Sweden in 2008. The Finnish duo made their cooperation debut at the 2018 Monza Rally Show, finishing runner-up to MotoGP legend Valentino Rossi. We wish Teemu and Marko great success this year and look forward to some more podium finishes.

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We share common ambitions

“We are excited to continue our cooperation with Teemu Suninen and help spread the word about iLOQ to a wide audience in our target markets,” explains Heikki Hiltunen, President and CEO, iLOQ. “iLOQ and Teemu are a perfect match, since we both place great emphasis on teamwork, technological performance and innovation – after all, the key to success for a great driver also requires excellence from his co-driver and team of engineers.”

Teemu Suninen @ Twitter

Testing for #rallyportugal today near Porto. I have such a nice memory of this rally from last year, me scoring my first WRC podium ever. And now I am very much willing to repeat that success, of course with @SalminenMarko and @MSportLtd. #WRC

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Our time on Power Stage (SS16) was 8.02,5 and lost 5,2 seconds to @OttTanak who also won the rally. Finished fifth overall, +3.15,6 to Ott. Satisfied with the result but was wishing for some more speed. As a new event #RallyChile was quite challenging. #WRC

Our time on SS15 was 8.17,6 and we lost nine seconds to @SebastienLoeb with our fifth fastest time. Just PS to drive anymore in #RallyChile.

With our fourth fastest time 10.21,0 we lost 7,5 seconds to the flying @SebOgier on SS14. I’d like to have little bit more speed but in the fight with @EsapekkaLappi we gained 0,1 more advantage. Two SS to go in #RallyChile #WRC

On SS13 we managed to increase the gap to @EsapekkaLappi by 3,5 seconds. We made fifth quickest time 8.19,8 and lost 5,3 seconds to @krismeeke. The fight continues. #WRC

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