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    Quote Originally Posted by N.O.T View Post
    They are such amateurs that they even jeopardize the health of one of their drivers by letting him drive while he can barely talk...
    only an issue when the co-driver is speechless
    the artist formally known as "smokin'joe"

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    Why those faggots from red bull do not unlock the replay of the midnight recap? They want us to watch it after the third leg begin or what?!

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    Juho is not the first driver to compete while he's ill. For example, his compatriot Toni Gardemeister was also suffering from a flu on the same rally back in its first WRC edition in 2004. Then he was the surprising leader in the standings after Monte Carlo and Sweden, but as far as I remeber his condition was not so bad as we saw poor Juho yesterday...

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    Quote Originally Posted by beta_racing View Post
    Juho is not the first driver to compete while he's ill. For example, his compatriot Toni Gardemeister was also suffering from a flu on the same rally back in its first WRC edition in 2004. Then he was the surprising leader in the standings after Monte Carlo and Sweden, but as far as I remember his condition was not so bad as we saw poor Juho yesterday...
    you mean 2005, when he was leading with Ford. 2004 it was Loeb who won the first two rounds.
    If in doubt, flat out!

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    The thing is he would not have been much faster even at full health.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eli View Post
    you mean 2005, when he was leading with Ford. 2004 it was Loeb who won the first two rounds.
    Yes, my mistake!

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    Maybe Evans is just an SSS master, but would have been interesting to see how he'd have done for the rest of the day if he'd not been running at the front.
    aka Rodger Davies

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    Quote Originally Posted by dimviii View Post
    so what happens to Yaris? any ideas?
    Bit much to judge after one 'normal' event, but maybe too much testing on Finn-type roads which only make up two or three events of the calendar?

    Will be interesting to see how things go in Corsica and Portugal, although we should remember the performance here was probably what we all expected before the season started and they rather exceeded our expectations on the first two rounds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dodge33cymru View Post
    Maybe Evans is just an SSS master, but would have been interesting to see how he'd have done for the rest of the day if he'd not been running at the front.
    Nah, he's not. Mickey mouse stages has alway been his Achilles' heel. Just look through the past results. Those Dmacks are really on it! Furthermore they can even handle very looong, hot stages - it's still early to conclude, but it seems like Dmack has done their mid-season homework pretty good. At least, they exceeded my expectations.
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