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    Very tidy pace from Lefebvre today.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Integrale View Post
    Very tidy pace from Lefebvre today.
    Poland seems to suit him well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by er88 View Post
    That's Jari's championship hopes gone. Shame
    Most likely, but strange things can happen. The current leaders having an off and JML winning.. still a few rallies left. He's done well and next year Toyota will be fierce.

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    Actually, rain was not there yet, it should likely arrive while Ott is driving, for the second part of the stage. shower.
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    Wow Tanak first split. He's crazy.

    Edit: Neuville is pushing though!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Integrale View Post
    Very tidy pace from Lefebvre today.
    Compared to Breen especially and a bit to Mikkelsen he has some road position advantage. The comparison for the leg is 4s ahead of Mikkelsen and 20 ahead of Breen, prbly all 3 about equal if the conditions were the same.

    https://www.ewrc-results.com/leg/364...nd-2017/?leg=2

    Nevertheless compared with other cars all Citroens look ok today (again road position taken into account), also quite consistent between first and second run. They do seem clearly faster than "2nd level" drivers (Evans, Østberg, Sunninen) and even Sordo. Looks far from the top 5 though.

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    Tänak on similar pace with Ogier without the rear wing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by er88 View Post
    That's Jari's championship hopes gone. Shame
    I wanted to discuss that... In the second half of the season the rallies he's got a realistic chance of winning are Germany, Finland, GB and Australia, so if he's going to pull off a championship he needs victories in those and nothing short of fourth in the rest. Since it's highly unlikely, it's sad to say he'll have to wait until next year again

    Then again, he might pull a Neuville and make a monster comeback like I said above. Please, flood me with opinions!

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    Quote Originally Posted by steve.mandzij View Post
    I wanted to discuss that... In the second half of the season the rallies he's got a realistic chance of winning are Germany, Finland, GB and Australia, so if he's going to pull off a championship he needs victories in those and nothing short of fourth in the rest. Since it's highly unlikely, it's sad to say he'll have to wait until next year again

    Then again, he might pull a Neuville and make a monster comeback like I said above. Please, flood me with opinions!
    I'd scratch Australia from that list based on last year. So his chances are not very good. Others can have issues but probably not all 3 of them.

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