BarcelonaA few days ago Oriol Mena (Canyamars, Maresme, 1987) returned home. These last few hours have been crazy: interviews, calls, visits… But the most important thing has been making up for lost time. “I left for the Dakar when my daughter was crawling. Now I’m back and she’s already walking,” he confesses to ARA. From the Dakar, however, he returned with a smile from ear to ear and the champion’s trophy, which he has already put in the office. The co-driver was crowned in the buggy category accompanied by the youngest driver in the history of the toughest rally in the world to win the trophy, the 18-year-old Polish Eryk Goczal. The milestone is historic, but the reality is bittersweet: he is without a team for the rest of the year.