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    Quote Originally Posted by Mirek View Post
    Can I reserve one back seat?
    Easier to push in winter because rear glass is heated
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    My guess Toyota in their conservative way are testing the waters with the Gazoo Yaris - 1.8 litre supercharged engine. 400 editions to seed the market for a hot hatch yaris road car.
    The body is changing? for the 2019 Yaris so there is little point of doing R5 for one year of the current yaris?
    https://www.autoevolution.com/news/t...ct-119275.html

    So perhaps bigger volume of new model supercharged Yaris in 2019 and sprinkle them between Asia and Europe, then consider R5 model?

    NZ AP4 1600cc Yaris runs 2ZR engine destroked from 1.8 litres. Australian AP4 runs 2zz-ge engine.
    Last edited by Zeakiwi; 10th November 2017 at 03:19.

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    http://www.evo.co.uk/toyota/20238/to...gation-special

    Already announced, that Toyota management want a Yaris performance version of the new car more closely tied to the WRC machine allowing them more flexibility for the WRC and hopefully R5 variants.
    Last edited by Sal the 2nd; 10th November 2017 at 10:56.

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    R5 VW Polo coming along just in time to torpedo the new C3 R5... poor old Citroen.

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    So are there any changes to R5 rules in 2018 or not?

    I know paddle shift was cancelled but I haven’t seen FIA say anything else.

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    No changes to the rules. I think 2020 is when you can make massive upgrades and changes.

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    Thanks, so current rules were confirmed for another two seasons?

    No bigger restrictor then either..

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    Quote Originally Posted by RS View Post
    Thanks, so current rules were confirmed for another two seasons?

    No bigger restrictor then either..
    The rules will stay the same just that is the first window to make any upgrades without paying. Also no plans were made for a bigger restricor.

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    Sorry if I missed this info if its already been given, but is there any news on the Mk8 Fiesta R5 ?
    The Incurable Enthusiast

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    Later in 2018

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