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    I think that Černư may join.

    Other tree (maybe more) drivers will do 2WD JERC - Mareš, Kupec and Brož.
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    Russians Artur Muradian and Pavel Chelebaev are planning to compete in JERC driving Peugeot 208 R2 from Neiksans Rally Sport. Interesting name of their sponsor
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    Quote Originally Posted by dodge33cymru View Post
    Seeing as I put the link in the BRC thread, here's a potential snippet aibout Josh Moffett targeting ERC.

    http://www.irishexaminer.com/sport/o...se-442589.html
    They have clearly not seen any benefit for entering the BRC again. Not a good sign for that series in 2017, but I can see why they want to go onto the European stage now.

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    Marijan Griebel seems to be enjoying his success
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    Quote Originally Posted by mousti View Post
    So, 2015 Junior ERC winner, Emil Bergkvist, after winning the title decides to leave ERC and steps up to WRC2. One year later, after a series of bad results he disappears in mediocrity.

    Meanwhile, 2016 Junior ERC winner, Marijan Griebel, after winning the title decides to stay in ERC and fight fot another title - “It’s better for me to drive an R5 car in the ERC and be a main player than go to WRC2 to drive for 16th overall" - says the young German at https://www.fiaerc.com/erc-junior-ch...he-big-league/

    It will be interesting to see who made a better decision.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jarek Z View Post
    So, 2015 Junior ERC winner, Emil Bergkvist, after winning the title decides to leave ERC and steps up to WRC2. One year later, after a series of bad results he disappears in mediocrity.

    Meanwhile, 2016 Junior ERC winner, Marijan Griebel, after winning the title decides to stay in ERC and fight fot another title - “It’s better for me to drive an R5 car in the ERC and be a main player than go to WRC2 to drive for 16th overall" - says the young German

    It will be interesting to see who made a better decision.
    As always it is all about sponsors and money. The DS3 is far off the Skoda and Fords when it comes to Gravel/snow. Put Bergkvist in a top R5 and he will probably shine again, in either RC2 or ERC.
    ERC will keep sponsors more happy if the ERC org can get enough press in 17.
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    Of course it is all about sponsors and money, but Bergkvist did great job back in 2015 (IMHO he was shining much more than Griebel in 2016) so it is just fault of his management he is now driving in the middle of field in the WRC2. You can´t blame DS3 or even Serderidis for his kindness.
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    Isn't Bergkvist supposedly involved with developing the C3 R5? At least, that was my guess from the phrase "official Citroen test driver".

    Whilst I agree it's not been ideal for him since winning ERCJ, I'm hoping he's not done just yet!
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