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    Luxemburg: Yann Munhowen/Steve Lanners Ė Subaru Impreza N12

    In a quick check, from Europe itís only missing Belarus, Bosnia and Cyprus.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rally Power View Post
    Luxemburg: Yann Munhowen/Steve Lanners Ė Subaru Impreza N12

    In a quick check, from Europe itís only missing Belarus, Bosnia and Cyprus.
    Indeed, Cyprus has the last round of the championship next week-end. I don't follow Bosnian championship, while Belarus' championship is the most difficult to find info about in Europe.

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    http://ptm-autosport.com/2017/10/15/...o-in-sarajevo/
    Apparently, very few competitors this year at Bosnia champíship; no idea if the title was attributed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by focus206 View Post
    ...while Belarus' championship is the most difficult to find info about in Europe.
    Yes, Belarus, is very interesting country itself and has quite tricky championship, this year it was 3 events in rally championship and 4 in rally sprint, one will be 9th of December. Although I don't find any points table, only points per place table in regulations. But in Belarus you never know which place and why you had, few years ago some Lithuanian crews compete in Belarus, and some championship events was in Lithuania, then it was bit easier to find. From competitors who done rallies there, I heard that some of locals drive on winter studded rally tires in December on gravel-mudish roads, and some foreign crews get penalties from nothing, then going down in start order, after way slower guys, and when they asked why - stewards say ok we will see about it, when rally is over - penalties dropped, because it was for nothing, but you time is bad, because catch slower guys in front.
    In next year calendar for Belarus I found that it will be 1 rally event, and rally sprint cup from 6 events.

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    Quote Originally Posted by electroliquid View Post
    Yes, Belarus, is very interesting country itself and has quite tricky championship, this year it was 3 events in rally championship and 4 in rally sprint, one will be 9th of December. Although I don't find any points table, only points per place table in regulations. But in Belarus you never know which place and why you had, few years ago some Lithuanian crews compete in Belarus, and some championship events was in Lithuania, then it was bit easier to find. From competitors who done rallies there, I heard that some of locals drive on winter studded rally tires in December on gravel-mudish roads, and some foreign crews get penalties from nothing, then going down in start order, after way slower guys, and when they asked why - stewards say ok we will see about it, when rally is over - penalties dropped, because it was for nothing, but you time is bad, because catch slower guys in front.
    In next year calendar for Belarus I found that it will be 1 rally event, and rally sprint cup from 6 events.
    Interesting, thanks for the insight. Those 3 events of this year's championship are listed on ewrc-results: https://www.ewrc-results.com/season/2017/?nat=78
    Based on the results I could guess this year's champion is Sergey Solntsev on a Fiesta ST, but we'd need a confirmation to be sure...

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    Barbados: Jeffrey Panton (Jamaica) - Ford Focus RS WRC 06
    New Zealand: Andrew Hawkeswood - Mazda 2 AP4
    Uruguay: Guillermo Arrieta - Mitsubishi Lancer Evo IX

    FIA Asia-Pacific: Gaurav Gill (India) - Skoda Fabia R5
    FIA Codasur: Gustavo Saba (Paraguay) - Skoda Fabia R5

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    Quote Originally Posted by focus206 View Post
    New Zealand: Andrew Hawkeswood - Mazda 2 AP4
    First championship win for an AP4 car. And I wonder when the last time was that an NZ championship was won without the winner actually winning any of the events?

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    Cyprus: Simos Galatariotis - Mitsubishi Lancer Evo X R4
    Thailand: Wittaya Ruegchan - Mitsubishi Lancer Evo X

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    Argentina: Marcos Ligato - Chevrolet Agile MR
    Canada: Antoine L'Estage - Subaru WRX STI

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