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    Quote Originally Posted by Ucci View Post
    Indeed, always positive to have a new winner in the championship.
    Not like Czech Republik....
    I know that it's boring but honestly can You say that Ogier would beat Kopecký yesterday? And if not him who else?
    Stupid is as stupid does. Forrest Gump

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    Andreucci still leads the championship with a big margin:
    http://www.rallylink.it/pdf/classifiche/2018/cir.pdf
    http://www.rallymadness.prv.pl - rally photos and movies!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jarek Z View Post
    Andreucci still leads the championship with a big margin:
    http://www.rallylink.it/pdf/classifiche/2018/cir.pdf
    One lost battle for Andreucci doesn't mean a lost war. But, nothing is decided yet, because last two events (Adriatico & Due Valli) have a coefficient 1,5 ! On Adriatico (gravel) Andreucci has no chance to win, but on the tarmac he is still capable to win.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mirek View Post
    I know that it's boring but honestly can You say that Ogier would beat Kopecký yesterday? And if not him who else?
    Well Mirek, it is nice that you protect your driver, but to think that Ogier would not beat Kopecky (in an equal vehicle, of course), is a bit to overwhelming.
    Like a song from Kim Wilde & Nena: Anyplace, Anywhere, Anytime.....Ogier beats any local Nb.1 driver on his local soil. He is 5x WC. Period.

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    You didn't get the point. I meant that without bringing one of the few very best drivers in the whole world You can't expect anyone to defeat Kopecký here. Therefore it's boring if You watch it only through results and not live on stages but there is absolutely no chance for anyone to do anything about it. On the other hand believe me that as a spectator I really want him driving here because he's pure pleasure to watch.
    Stupid is as stupid does. Forrest Gump

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    Pure pleasure to watch...Exactly. You can´t describe it better.
    Visit South Moravia. It is the real paradise

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    It was the same when Evans did the British Championship in 2016. In some places watching him it was like he was in a WRC car compared to everyone else in an R5, such was the difference in speed carried and spectacle provided by a top driver. It was great to see as a spectator. He was a big draw for me making the effort to attend numerous rounds that year, a similar effort I haven't made since he left...

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    Rally del Casentino has started in Italy. Luca Rossetti leads after the first special stage today. Remaing 9 stages tomorrow.

    Live results:
    http://rally.ficr.it/default.asp?p=Y...xpbmd1YT1JVEE#

    Video from the shakedown:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_c...&v=tQXs5HMoj38

    http://www.rallymadness.prv.pl - rally photos and movies!

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    Italians are too fast for foreign crews. After 9 stages it is the old fox Luca Rossetti who leads the rally. Alessandro Re is second. The best foreign crew is Frenchman Pierre Campana who is third. There is only one stage to go - the 36-km long night stage Talla.
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    Reading the locals say how tough this rally is for newcomers... very, very twisty.

    Gryazin did some good times, as did Yates. Ingram just steady.. saying he was only 'knocking off the rust."

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