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    Quote Originally Posted by AnttiL View Post
    Hard to say for me as a Finnish person because I'm used to seeing Finnish drivers on WRC cars all the time but when was the last time we saw a top level German driver? Has there been anyone after Schwarz?
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    In a way it's a bit strange. The French, the British and the Finnish all bring forward a lot of good to very good track and rally drivers. The Germans have crazy good track drivers in many disciplines but in rallying they haven't really had somebody super fast since Walter Röhrl.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Watson View Post
    In a way it's a bit strange. The French, the British and the Finnish all bring forward a lot of good to very good track and rally drivers. The Germans have crazy good track drivers in many disciplines but in rallying they haven't really had somebody super fast since Walter Röhrl.
    And what happened to all the Swedes after Stig Blomqvist? Kenneth Eriksson, Micael Ericsson and Thomas Rådström had some pace in the 90's but not really world champion level (yes I know Eriksson won group A championship in 1986) but since then, what, P-G Andersson stuck in a Suzuki going nowhere? At least they have now a future star with Tidemand.

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    Need some advice please. Having seen posts for other rallys on tickets with different levels of access, is this also the case for Rallye Deutschland? I bought a 4 day ticket - does that get me into all stages (and car parks) or do I need a special pass? My German is not good enough for the small print!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jinu13 View Post
    Need some advice please. Having seen posts for other rallys on tickets with different levels of access, is this also the case for Rallye Deutschland? I bought a 4 day ticket - does that get me into all stages (and car parks) or do I need a special pass? My German is not good enough for the small print!
    There used to be different level rally passes for Rally Germany, but now it's just one rally pass that covers access to all. For parking you have to pay extra each time accessing the parking area, but it's traditionally only one euro for each time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jinu13 View Post
    Need some advice please. Having seen posts for other rallys on tickets with different levels of access, is this also the case for Rallye Deutschland? I bought a 4 day ticket - does that get me into all stages (and car parks) or do I need a special pass? My German is not good enough for the small print!
    There are just daily passes for single days and the 4-day pass for all the event. All have the same access to everywhere.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hartusvuori View Post
    There used to be different level rally passes for Rally Germany, but now it's just one rally pass that covers access to all. For parking you have to pay extra each time accessing the parking area, but it's traditionally only one euro for each time.
    Will remember to get some extra Euros out then. Thanks for the tip!

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    The ADAC really did a nice job on the spectator viewing points map (https://www.adac-rallye-deutschland....170620_web.pdf). Does anybody know if the areas not designated as official spectator sites are off-limits? Most of the sites seem very good, but there are one or two where I'd like to do something different.

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