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    Chris Ingram back into the lead of U27.

    Can someone work out what he needs in Latvia to be champion ?
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    So has anyone worked out a decent comparison between ERC and Italian times. How did Kalle compare for example?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mirek View Post
    by notional times Bouffier is given 4 seconds advantage...
    Did those 4 seconds decide about the rally winner?
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    For sure they played a role.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Munkvy View Post
    So has anyone worked out a decent comparison between ERC and Italian times. How did Kalle compare for example?
    For what it's worth, Campedelli and Scandola were generally slightly quicker than the leading ERC crews. Rovanpera was a bit further back, but I expect a different story in Latviia..

    It would have been a better competition and easier to compare times if all crews had run together as they do on other ERC rounds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fast Eddie WRC View Post
    Chris Ingram back into the lead of U27.

    Can someone work out what he needs in Latvia to be champion ?
    All I know is that Huttunen needs a win for championship title.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pantealex View Post
    All I know is that Huttunen needs a win for championship title.
    Ideal territory for him to deliver that..

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    Full SS12 with Kajto: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=UxD4MkbS1x4

    Like watching it live, only one day late..

    Nice to see Kajto pushing more on this rally, a champions drive one might say.

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    How are Leg points in ERC? 7 points for fastest driver, 6 points for 2nd?

    So, Huttunen has now 106 points and from Latvia he can score maximum 39 points = 145 points in total.
    Ingram has 115 points. If Huttunen leads all the way and wins in Latvia and Ingram stays second all the time, he get 18+6+6 points = 145 points in total.
    Both would have 2 victories, but Huttunen would have 2x 2nd places whereas Ingram would have only one. And there is a slight chance Ingram could be the faster driver too...

    And let's not forget that neither of Opel drivers is currently the championship leader. It's Mares. In theory Zawada has a chance for the title too.

    And this is rallying, so anything can happen.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hartusvuori View Post
    How are Leg points in ERC? 7 points for fastest driver, 6 points for 2nd?

    So, Huttunen has now 106 points and from Latvia he can score maximum 39 points = 145 points in total.
    Ingram has 115 points. If Huttunen leads all the way and wins in Latvia and Ingram stays second all the time, he get 18+6+6 points = 145 points in total.
    Both would have 2 victories, but Huttunen would have 2x 2nd places whereas Ingram would have only one. And there is a slight chance Ingram could be the faster driver too...

    And let's not forget that neither of Opel drivers is currently the championship leader. It's Mares. In theory Zawada has a chance for the title too.

    And this is rallying, so anything can happen.
    You need to take dropped scores into account too. Best four count, so Huttunen's best score would be 139.

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