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    Why is Zawada's pacenotes in English? His co-driver is also from Poland.

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    I think that Zawada was born in England and spent most of his life there. I am not sure though.

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    Yes, Zawada is Polish, but he was born in London. You can read about him here:
    https://www.fiaerc.com/driver/aleks-zawada/

    He is a good driver, but I never thought he would be faster than the works Opel drivers!

    Last edited by Jarek Z; 27th August 2017 at 12:17.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fast Eddie WRC View Post
    The fact is that Kajto has nothing to prove here. He is doing enough to win a 3rd ERC title and it was up to the others to stop him which they have failed to do.
    Exactly, that's what Kajto says in the interviews - no risks, no mistakes, stay on the road, keep the championship title in mind:
    https://www.fiaerc.com/stategy-payin...-kajetanowicz/
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jarek Z View Post
    Exactly, that's what Kajto says in the interviews - no risks, no mistakes, stay on the road, keep the championship title in mind:
    https://www.fiaerc.com/stategy-payin...-kajetanowicz/
    Unfortunately such approach gives him no future. As I said previously - likely the last season in serious rallying.
    He never gave any symptom that he deserves WRC2 - such rallies like Barum are great opportunities for this and he fails.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rrysio View Post
    Unfortunately such approach gives him no future. As I said previously - likely the last season in serious rallying.
    He never gave any symptom that he deserves WRC2 - such rallies like Barum are great opportunities for this and he fails.
    Yes, you are right. That doesn't look very promising for the future. But on the other hand - what would you choose if you were in his position? Drive like a maniac and maybe crash on the last stage (like Lukyanuk) or drive safer and win 3 ERC titles in a row?
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    It's a shame but Kajto hasnt had the championship competition required for him to push for a win here.

    Lukyanuk's serious accident plus Magalhaes lack of experience on some events and Bouffier's limited budget has meant a clear run for Kajto.

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    Someone is remembering the victims from Barcelona...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jarek Z View Post
    Yes, you are right. That doesn't look very promising for the future. But on the other hand - what would you choose if you were in his position? Drive like a maniac and maybe crash on the last stage (like Lukyanuk) or drive safer and win 3 ERC titles in a row?
    I'd say that my choice would depend on my plans for the future. If my plan would be to get WRC2 seat/contract/sponsor I would push like hell (but still wisely) to show that I deserved it.
    In my plan would be to finish rallying career and become a celebrity I'd drive like Kajto.

    It's sad that Kajto is the quickest polish driver at the moment (not counting Kubica) - BUT there is a hope for a new star: Aleks Zawada!

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    Is Pindura 2 cancelled, does anyone know?
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