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    Quote Originally Posted by Bartolbia84 View Post
    Yes skoda motorsport italia

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    Does the same team runs Andolfi and Scandola's cars?

    Which team?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Co-driven View Post
    Does the same team runs Andolfi and Scandola's cars?

    Which team?
    No, Andolfi will drive a Fabia run by Motorsport Italia. Scandola will drive a Fabia of his own team, which is Skoda Italy "works" team.

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    Possibility Hoelbling in Sardinia

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    According to www.rallye-sport.fr, besides a WRC2 program, Loubet will also do some ERC events, with FFSA support.

    Still no confirmation on Ciamin; he was trying to run at least 5 WRC2 rallys, after the MC RGT experience.
    Rally addict since 1982

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    HONZA as clockwork, nice...
    #ComebackSkodaFabiaWRC

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    Yes, what a knockout from Honza in WRC2!

    Final results of WRC2:
    1. Jan Kopecky/Pavel Dresler - Skoda Fabia R5
    2. Eddie Sciessere/Flavio Zanella - Citroen DS3 R5 +22:47,7 !!!
    3. Teemu Suninen/Mikko Markkula - Ford Fiesta R5 +33:31,1 !!!
    http://www.rallymadness.prv.pl - rally photos and movies!

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    Not even much better if you count in Rovanperä (+5:15.3) and Burri (+13:28.9). Maybe too many WRC2 guys played it safe and decided to skip Monte. No one knows what the others are going to do before the entries are closed. Hopefully this means a tighter competition in other events.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AnttiL View Post
    Not even much better if you count in Rovanperä (+5:15.3) and Burri (+13:28.9). Maybe too many WRC2 guys played it safe and decided to skip Monte. No one knows what the others are going to do before the entries are closed. Hopefully this means a tighter competition in other events.
    Unfortunately they dropped the compulsory events rule so again one can fight for the title without facing your competitors, although title looks all but guaranteed for one of the Skoda guys again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RS View Post
    Unfortunately they dropped the compulsory events rule so again one can fight for the title without facing your competitors, although title looks all but guaranteed for one of the Skoda guys again.
    Well at least a factory team can spread their drivers along the season but they can't know where their rivals are going to enter in. Maybe that's why Camilli and Tidemand's programs are not announced?

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    Quote Originally Posted by RS View Post
    Unfortunately they dropped the compulsory events rule so again one can fight for the title without facing your competitors, although title looks all but guaranteed for one of the Skoda guys again.
    The positive thing with it, is that other rallies can get a small entrant boost.

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