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    Quote Originally Posted by spiderem View Post
    i am still not sure about the reason why they are splitting up? Anybody knows? Thanks.
    JK is 58 and not getting any younger, it had to happen at some stage and this timing gives a settling in period with Seb before the 2018 season.

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    Quote Originally Posted by spiderem View Post
    i am still not sure about the reason why they are splitting up? Anybody knows? Thanks.
    I'm not sure, but I can guess it's mostly because of his age. John Kennard is 58 years old now, being a codriver on top level is very demanding.

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    2016 WRC Polo to run in the Austrian Rally Championship ?

    Rallye-Mag (translate)
    'Raimund Baumschlager will start with his Skoda Fabia R5 as usual, but it will not be. The preparations for a spectacular vehicle change have long been taking place behind the scenes. Baumschlager wants to compete with a VW Polo WRC at selected ÖRM-runs and be the first private driver to move to the world champion car.'
    The Incurable Enthusiast

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    Quote Originally Posted by spiderem View Post
    i am still not sure about the reason why they are splitting up? Anybody knows? Thanks.
    Not a "splitting up". John is simply standing down from co-driving duties but staying with the team.
    Both have made no secret that John would step aside when the time was right and, as much as we all like to see JK in the car, it's been expected for some time.
    With Hayden always having been focussed on 2018 for a tilt at the title, they've obviously decided now is time to make the change to bring the new guy up to speed.
    Never do anything you wouldn't want to explain to a paramedic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fast Eddie WRC View Post
    2016 WRC Polo to run in the Austrian Rally Championship ?

    Rallye-Mag (translate)
    'Raimund Baumschlager will start with his Skoda Fabia R5 as usual, but it will not be. The preparations for a spectacular vehicle change have long been taking place behind the scenes. Baumschlager wants to compete with a VW Polo WRC at selected ÖRM-runs and be the first private driver to move to the world champion car.'
    Yes : http://www.lemagsportauto.com/raimun...o-r-wrc/22077/

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    its not about rally,but suppose interested some of us

    Gabriele Tarquini joins Hyundai Motorsport as TCR project test driver
    https://motorsport.hyundai.com/gabri...t-test-driver/

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    Quote Originally Posted by dimviii View Post
    its not about rally,but suppose interested some of us

    Gabriele Tarquini joins Hyundai Motorsport as TCR project test driver
    https://motorsport.hyundai.com/gabri...t-test-driver/
    Gabriele is a driver's driver, isn't he? He's been at it since the 80s and doesn't look to have any interest in slowing down. Contrast with someone like Nico Rosberg, who wins the title once and promptly retires.

    It's sort of like Jools Holland vs Don McLean.

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    about Toyota brake and engine problems at Mexico

    http://www.autosport.com/news/report...-mexico-issues

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    Quote Originally Posted by dimviii View Post
    about Toyota brake and engine problems at Mexico

    http://www.autosport.com/news/report...-mexico-issues
    yeah

    "The other thing is the brakes - we don't have enough.

    "The pads were running too hot, there's not enough cooling on the car.

    "If you look at the other [cars], you can see more brake cooling [vents]. This is [a lack of] experience from us."

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    Incredible, we are not part of the organization of a WRC team and we know that where more brakes are consumed is in Mexico


    How could Toyota and the Brake Provider have not figured it out?
    Jesus Christ, Kris!!! (Not again)

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