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    [WRC] 86th Rallye Monte-Carlo 2018 (Jan 22-28)


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    ACM revealed today new itinerary and road program for next Wrc Monte Carlo 2018 → http://bit.ly/2uPvq49

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    Many news. Who knows the zone? Better?

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    Which one is the easiest way to compare that new route to 2017's route? How much there will be new roads?

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    Quote Originally Posted by KumpuTeemu View Post
    Which one is the easiest way to compare that new route to 2017's route? How much there will be new roads?
    Just by looking at the names, lengths and places on the map:

    Bayons - Breziers and Saint-Léger-les-Mélèzes - La Bâtie-Neuve are about the same as last year.
    La Bollène-Vésubie - Peïra Cava is shortened a bit. Lardier-et-Valença - Oze is shortened to start from Vitrolles. Agnières-en-Dévoluy - Le Motty is stretched to Corps.
    Thoard - Sisteron, Roussieux – Eygalayes, Vaumeilh – Claret and La Cabanette – Col de Braus are new (from 2016).
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    Love to go again, leave the Australian heat at 39degrees to be in the show covered roads and freezing temps! hah
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    New update road program include TIMETABLE of all stages MC'18 → http://bit.ly/2uPvq49

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    Beginning to study the MonteCarlo route!!

    I would like to visit the Roussieux-Eygalayes stage....for me, one of the special stages that probably not has been run in this version.

    It seems that Laborel has to be crossed, and runs trough Col St. Jean, always spectacular, more depending the meteo, if we remember the 2009 edition with a lot of snow in the Col.

    Here I post our video, to remember the last edition!

    MonteCarlo it's coming!!!!

    https://youtu.be/K2VUHXRuAD4
    Catalonia

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    Does anyone have any maps for Sunday stages. I know there on planet marcus but I can't seem to open on phone. Are there any official ones with spectator info yet ? Thanks in advance

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    So Monte-Carlo:

    1 Ogier / Ingrassia
    2 Evans / Barrit
    3 Camilli / Veillas ???

    4 Neuville / Gilsoul
    5 Mikkelsen / Jæger
    6 Sordo / Martí

    7 Tänak / Jarveöja
    8 Latvala / Anttila
    9 Lappi / Ferm

    10 Meeke / Nagle
    11 Lefebvre / Moreau
    12 Breen / Martin

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