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    Quote Originally Posted by EightGear View Post
    I love this sport.


    Neuville gets 16 points back from Ogier!
    I would like Elfyn to win and have a 5th different winner,but now with Neuville taking the win is very close to Ogier,and that's very good for the upcoming rallies.
    Expect moaning before the rallies,at every stage finish,and after the rally.


    Evans mistake that cost his maiden win


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    Very very happy for Neuville. This result puts him back in the fight for the championship too.

    A pity for Evans, he did a good rally, advantage by the tyres or not.
    I hope D-Mack get their first win soon. They deserve it after all the effort they put in rallying, all over the world and in all classes.
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    DMack nearly win karma in use ....

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    Massive congrats to Neuville.
    Impressive job by Evans! He was likely helped by tyres and road order but still very impressive.

    Good job and congrats to Dmack. The Michelin monopoly looks to come under threat!

    Not a single car without a problem this weekend. Some driver induced, some car related. It was a long time since we saw that much attrition in one event.

    Toyota has once again proven to be relatively quick with Latvala and Ogier on similar road conditions but Latvala going quicker on many stages.

    Citroen need to step up their game. It was an embarrassingly bad weekend even by their standards.

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    Evans finally felt the pressure of a strong fight for every second... he did many mistakes yesterday and today but there's hope it can make him better and stronger driver... we'll see.

    Ogier was again a disgrace, this time more than ever.

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    Sorry for Evans, and for DMack, could have had a first win. But it will come for both!
    Neuville is a real fighter, and it pays off today!

    Congratulations to all three for an exiting competition!
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    Quote Originally Posted by A FONDO View Post
    Evans finally felt the pressure of a strong fight for every second... he did many mistakes yesterday and today but there's hope it can make him better and stronger driver... we'll see.

    Ogier was again a disgrace, this time more than ever.
    Did he say something?
    I must have missed it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sulland View Post
    Sorry for Evans, and for DMack, could have had a first win. But it will come for both!
    Neuville is a real fighter, and it pays off today!

    Congratulations to all three for an exiting competition!
    Agreed! What a fantastic battle, and how good is it to see 3 drivers so close in the championship, instead of Ogier clearing off!

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    And that young kid, who enter to narrow bridge by 90deg is still faster on PS than Ogier who saved tyres all Sunday. Great drive Elfyn!

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