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    Quote Originally Posted by focus206 View Post
    Croatia, Greece, Cyprus, Denmark, even Netherlands are in the same class of Lithuanian championship more or less; championships of Belarus, Serbia, Ukraine, Iceland and Bulgaria are worse... well, it's not easy to "rate" the level of a championship anyway
    I didn't know those Lancers were group A+, since when?
    And I'm from Italy.
    From around 2014 most of leaders converted Evos into A+ cars, basically when R4 kit for Evo became popular. This year only Vaškys and Šiugždinis drove with N4 Evos. https://www.ewrc-results.com/season/...at=4377#points
    LARČ1 - R5, S2000, RRC/ LARČ2 - N4/ LARČ3 - A+ (L8 national class) Example: http://rallycarsforsale.net/ads/mits...ncer-evo-x-r4/ And this one is not far from homologated car.

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    Quote Originally Posted by focus206 View Post
    Croatia, Greece, Cyprus, Denmark, even Netherlands are in the same class of Lithuanian championship more or less; championships of Belarus, Serbia, Ukraine, Iceland and Bulgaria are worse... well, it's not easy to "rate" the level of a championship anyway
    I didn't know those Lancers were group A+, since when?
    And I'm from Italy.
    oh, now we have r5 cars in the croatian championship more and more but without foreign crews we would be in really bad condition

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barreis View Post
    oh, now we have r5 cars in the croatian championship more and more but without foreign crews we would be in really bad condition
    I feel you, bro. Hope Croatia get WRC event, we had one near, now your time

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    Quote Originally Posted by electroliquid View Post
    From around 2014 most of leaders converted Evos into A+ cars, basically when R4 kit for Evo became popular. This year only Vaškys and Šiugždinis drove with N4 Evos. https://www.ewrc-results.com/season/...at=4377#points
    LARČ1 - R5, S2000, RRC/ LARČ2 - N4/ LARČ3 - A+ (L8 national class) Example: http://rallycarsforsale.net/ads/mits...ncer-evo-x-r4/ And this one is not far from homologated car.
    Partly same kind of cars also allowed in Finnish rally championship.

    http://www.rallism.fi/content/en/1/10090/FRC.html

    FIN R 4WD (part of SM1 class) cars are basically group A cars with expired FIA homologation. The WRC cars must be homologated 31.12.2002 or earlier and S2000 with expired FIA homologation. If using normal pump fuel the restrictor size is 35 mm and with E85 fuel 34 mm. The WRC and S2000 cars must be in their original homologation specs.

    FIN N 4WD (part of SM2 class) cars is group N cars (R4 homologated parts also allowed) with expired FIA homologation or some modifications are made that’s not allowed in group N. The expired homologation can’t be more than 5 years old. If older homologation the cars are transferred to FIN R4 WD. For cars with expired homologation replacement from parts from the manufacturer can be used although the parts are not homologated. Non homologated brakes can be under certain conditions. If using normal pump fuel the restrictor size is 34 mm and with E85 fuel 33 mm.

    FIN R 2WD (part of SM4 class) cars follow mainly the group A regulation with some national exception / freedom. Engine NA-engine up to 2000 cc.
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    Raimund Baumschlager (14th title), VW Polo WRC (first two rallies with Fabia R5)
    2WD: Julian Wagner (younger brother of Simon Wagner), Opel Adam R2
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    Chile: Cristobal Vidaurre - Citroen DS3 R3
    Wales (Welsh Forest): Callum Black - Ford Fiesta R5+

    Euro Rallye Trophee: Andreas Konrath (Germany) - Opel Kadett GSI 16v

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    Portugal: Carlos Vieira/Jorge Carvalho – Citroen DS3 R5
    Rally addict since 1982

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    Australia: Nathan Quinn - Mitsubishi Lancer Evo IX
    Ukraine: Ruslan Topor - Mitsubishi Lancer Evo IX

    FIA Nacam: Ricardo Trivino (Mexico) - Citroen DS3 R5

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    Brazil: Ricardo Malucelli - Mitsubishi Lancer Evo X

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