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    Quote Originally Posted by ESTR View Post
    Always this reliable source. But no name, just source...
    He said a few posts back it was Julian Porter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fast Eddie WRC View Post
    Now if Ogier makes a deal with Citroen, it's probably longer than just one year. But if they could scrape together a budget for staying at M-Sport in 2018, he would probably be welcomed to Hyundai for 2019 with Sordo's and Paddon's contracts expiring.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kaspark View Post
    Margus Murakas, rally driver from Estonia, created Audi S1 rallycar for Rally Saaremaa, and it looks so damn nice

    Audi S1 AP4 in NZRC as well

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ClvNNJJSb5Y


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    A guess to 2018:


    M-Sport Ford WRT

    #1 Sébastien Ogier
    #2 Teemu Suninen
    #3 Pontus Tidemand
    #4 Elfyn Evans


    Hyundai Motorsport

    #5 Thierry Neuville
    #6 Andreas Mikkelsen
    #7 Dani Sordo
    #8 Hayden Paddon


    Toyota Gazoo Racing WRT

    #9 Jari-Matti Latvala
    #10 Ott Tänak
    #11 Juho Hänninen
    #12 Esapekka Lappi


    Citroën Total Abu Dhabi WRT

    #14 Kris Meeke
    #15 Craig Breen
    #16 Stéphane Lefebvre
    #17 Khalid Al-Qassimi


    OneBet Adapta Ford WRT

    #18 Mads Østberg
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    Quote Originally Posted by Andre Oliveira View Post
    A guess to 2018:


    M-Sport Ford WRT

    #1 Sébastien Ogier
    #2 Teemu Suninen
    #3 Pontus Tidemand
    #4 Elfyn Evans


    Hyundai Motorsport

    #5 Thierry Neuville
    #6 Andreas Mikkelsen
    #7 Dani Sordo
    #8 Hayden Paddon


    Toyota Gazoo Racing WRT

    #9 Jari-Matti Latvala
    #10 Ott Tänak
    #11 Juho Hänninen
    #12 Esapekka Lappi


    Citroën Total Abu Dhabi WRT

    #14 Kris Meeke
    #15 Craig Breen
    #16 Stéphane Lefebvre
    #17 Khalid Al-Qassimi


    OneBet Adapta Ford WRT

    #18 Mads Østberg
    I think we'll only have three car teams.
    Hänninen will be gone.
    Tänak will go Toyota.
    Ogier will stay at MSport, with Evans.
    Have a feeling Paddon will got to MSport.
    Meeke, Breen & Lefebvre/Loeb with a couple of one-offs.
    Whoever has the most backing between Suninen & Tidemand will number 3 at MSport. Or a split campaign and take both their money



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    Not a surprise if Adapta appears with two cars with Østberg and Tidemand.

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    My guess...

    WRC 2018:

    M-Sport (probably not Ford backing):
    -Elfyn Evans
    -Teemu Suninen
    -Tidemand/Camilli (DMACK-Maybe they will have with two cars)

    Citroen Total Abu Dhabi WRT:
    -Sebastien Ogier
    -Kris Meeke
    -Breen/Loeb/Qassimi (Maybe Lefebvre too)

    Toyota GAZOO Racing:
    -Jari-Matti Latvala
    -Ott Tanak
    -Esapekka Lappi

    Hyundai Motorsport:
    -Thierry Neuville
    -Andres Mikkelsen
    -Sordo/Paddon (Share third car-maybe have 4 for some events)

    OneBet Adapta WRT (if team will have enough money):
    -Mads Ostberg

    WRC2:

    Skoda Motorsport (if they stay in sport):
    -Juso Nordgren
    -Jan Kopecky

    Hyundai HMI Italia:
    -Jari Huttunen

    PH-Sport (Citroen):
    -Stephane Lefebvre (Maybe Breen too)

    M-Sport:
    -Kalle Rovanperra
    -Eric Camilli

    Proton, Opel & Volkswagen will probably not competing.

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    Škoda Motorsport for sure stays. The question is only with which drivers. I expect Ole-Christian Veiby to be one of them.

    VW Polo will be likely homologated only before Rally Germany so no WRC2 for VW for sure.
    Stupid is as stupid does. Forrest Gump

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