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    Vodafone Rally de Portugal 2017 [May 18-21]

    Rally Guide 1 out -> http://www.rallydeportugal.pt/Resour...VRP2017_GB.pdf

    Maps: http://www.rallydeportugal.pt/Resour...ppendixes2.pdf



    Montim is monday test stage of past years. Comeback of the "destroyer" stage Luílhas

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    Time to get some flights booked!
    My rally photos: https://www.flickr.com/photos/94998505@N03/albums

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    I'll be there from 15 to 21

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    Working on my budget tonight, so I have few questions.
    day pass is €90, and full pass is €210
    How is that compared to other events?
    Are the designated spectators areas the only place to whatch the rally? If no, is pass still required for the rest?
    Thanks

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    in finland full pass is 65 (last year) ... 210 is a lot man but i dont know maybe finlands pas sis very cheap? in spain they dont have a pass at all as far as i know
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    Quote Originally Posted by EstWRC View Post
    in finland full pass is 65 (last year) ... 210 is a lot man but i dont know maybe finlands pas sis very cheap? in spain they dont have a pass at all as far as i know
    pass is comming with parking, food, access to service area, but still looks very expensive
    https://rallydeportugal.facestore.pt/rally-pass-sabado

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    I was told by Tommeke that it's some VIP pass. Normal entry is free.
    Stupid is as stupid does. Forrest Gump

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    As far as I know no passes are needed to watch the rally. I think these are comparable to for example the Gold pass in Sardinia, or VIP pass in Poland. They'll give you some extra access (for example tribunes) on certain places, but definitely not a must have.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mirek View Post
    I was told by Tommeke that it's some VIP pass. Normal entry is free.
    No, just regular one. Gold pass is €990
    https://rallydeportugal.facestore.pt...ss-gold-single

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    Hi guys, I was considering visiting an European round of the WRC this year and after thinking about Corsica, my opinion was swayed to consider another one and naturally my choice fell on Portugal. So now plane tickets and hotel booked, but as you may know from the Corsican thread, I am more interested in the technical matters than watching the whole event, so I am planning to be there for only two days, arriving on 17th May in the morning and staying for the shakedown on 18th May. My question following the discussion above is, do I need to buy a pass or is the access to the service park and the shakedown stage free? Any help and advice will be genuinely appreciated.

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