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    Rally Sweden will allow national cars for this edition of RS. http://www.emotorsport.se/nyheter.ph...yhets_id=14684
    Allowed 4WD cars are Mbi Mirage R5 + EVO 7-9, Subaru Impreza 2002-2005, older Super 2000 cars from Ford, Peugeot and Skoda.
    Allowed 2WD cars are Honda Civic Type R, Ford Fiesta St and 3 Renault Clio models.
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    http://rallysweden.com/wp-content/up...tions-2018.pdf

    4.3.2 Classes

    New R4 is not included

    (and luckily they dont call that Mirage "R5", its just Mirage)
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    BTW. Interesting thing is that eligible S2000 cars for national championship are Ford Fiesta, Skoda Fabia and Peugeot 207. I think it is the same for international championship. Does it mean all other brands have outdated homologation? I know Punto S2000 is useless for racing but I thought it has still valid homologation.
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    Quote Originally Posted by liposh View Post
    BTW. Interesting thing is that eligible S2000 cars for national championship are Ford Fiesta, Skoda Fabia and Peugeot 207. I think it is the same for international championship. Does it mean all other brands have outdated homologation? I know Punto S2000 is useless for racing but I thought it has still valid homologation.
    Those national "S2000" cars are all outdated, with FIA spec you can (and must) enter RC2-class.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pantealex View Post
    http://rallysweden.com/wp-content/up...tions-2018.pdf
    4.3.2 Classes
    New R4 is not included
    I’ve read somewhere that R4 will only be allowed in WRC from 2019, although they’ll run in Regional and National series next year. As it’s a new category (the kit will be homologated during the next days), probably FIA doesn’t want to have another “full house” category, like this year WRC Trophy…
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rally Power View Post
    I’ve read somewhere that R4 will only be allowed in WRC from 2019, although they’ll run in Regional and National series next year. As it’s a new category (the kit will be homologated during the next days), probably FIA doesn’t want to have another “full house” category, like this year WRC Trophy…
    But it should be inside RC2, S2000 and old N are in there without many entries. I see no problem.
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    There is a point that you miss with R4. It is market purpose is different. Cars will be eligable for Non-european WRC events as Oreca mentioned.
    The reason is creating your R class car with local ASN approved car.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Andre Oliveira View Post
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    I actually like this and it's great for spectators too.

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