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    Quote Originally Posted by Fast Eddie WRC View Post
    So Seajets did continue to sponsor Magalhaes, even in Poland !
    And in Italy too!
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    Jeeez, before you ever complain about the quality of entry lists in ERC, have look at the entries in Shiraz International Rally 2017, the 5th round of Middle East Rally Championship...
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    Iran have no rally history.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RS View Post
    So with two events to go the championship is not over. Looks like the maximum score available is 39 points per event with six out of eight events counting.

    Kajto has already done six events so will need to score more than six points on both remaining events to improve his score of 120 points.

    Magalhaes only has five scores so is going to have to count one of his 2 pointers, however his strong early season means he could still be in with a shout if he has a good final two events.

    Lukyanuk has only three scores so all his points will count and he will need a very strong final two events to be in contention.

    Griebel only has four scores so both final events could count for him too but he would need two great results with other guys not scoring well.

    Bouffier and Al-Attiyah have theoretical but almost impossible chances too.

    Way I see it is it should be Kajto's with two reliable runs but Magalhaes could do it if he can make a significant improvement on his last two events or even Lukyanuk if he manages to keep it on the road at the same time as delivering his undoubted speed.
    So with one event to go the championship is still not over. But thanks to Kajto's second place in Rome two drivers can be crossed out of the equation. Both Bouffier and Lukyanuk lost their chances for the title. It's all between Kajetanowicz and Magalhaes now. Latvia will decide.
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    Why did Lukyanuk not restart in Rome? Was there other damage to his car?

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    Saving money probably. Title is gone

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    Huttunen won Hyundai's shoot out and will compete in WRC2 next year. I don't know how that would impact his ERC prize if he wins the U27 title this year but presumably he would at least have to drive a Hyundai on ERC events which do not interfere with his WRC schedule.

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    Yes, so it's Huttunen who gets the Hyundai deal. I didn't expect it, but good luck to him!

    Here's more info about it:
    https://www.fiaerc.com/erc-junior-st...yundai-chance/

    And here:
    https://motorsport.hyundai.com/jari-...ins-hmdp-2018/
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    Interesting ... I wonder if Hyundai picked Huttunen hoping he will win the JERC and bring the €100k prize with him ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fast Eddie WRC View Post
    Interesting ... I wonder if Hyundai picked Huttunen hoping he will win the JERC and bring the €100k prize with him ?
    I don't think he will get the €100k in cash. It will be ERC paying his entry fees, tyres etc. For sure he will not be allowed to use it in WRC2.
    Beside that, insinuating that he has won because he would have some money, doesn't do his talent any justice. He was very impressive in jERC and in WRC2 Finland. He is certainly a big talent for the future!
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