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    Dalmazzini #wrc2 in Sardegna with Ford Fiesta R5

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    Is there any bettings for WRC2 champ? OneBet really needs step up their game for lower classes.

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    J.A. Suarez in Portugal, Germany and Catalonia with a Hyundai i20 R5.

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    first round for Simone Tempestini in WRC2 will be Portugal Rally with Citroen C3 R5. In the last weekend he won the first round in the national championship.

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    The target we have set Stéphane Lefebvre in entering him in the WRC2 in the C3 R5 is to win the championship.
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    After the Tour de Corse, he will be competing in Portugal and Sardinia, and then we'll see what happens after that.
    http://media.citroenracing.com/en/pr...k=7ce19bbb5774

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    A lot of drivers were involved in testing: Stéphane Lefebvre and Yoann Bonato, as well as the likes of Craig Breen, Kris Meeke, Yohan Rossel, Paolo Andreucci and Simone Tempestini. What was the aim?

    We believe that a fast, powerful rally car must also be versatile, especially when it comes to a customer racing product. This is why we decided to use a small panel of drivers – so we could not only get a comprehensive view but also go quicker in understanding any areas that needed to be corrected on the car, by comparing several opinions.

    The person who asks says for a lot of drivers and the person who answer says for a small panel of drivers!!!!!
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    bring back acropolis rally to wrc calendar

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    Well, seven is not a lot. A small group, yes.
    Never stop dreaming because one day it might happen.

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    what's the major difference between the R5 Katsuta is driving now en the one he crashed in testing??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Daviesalaam View Post
    what's the major difference between the R5 Katsuta is driving now en the one he crashed in testing??
    The bodywork?

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    Official announcement of Guarav Gill's participation, but no details of his 2018 programme. http://indiainf1.com/wrc/team-mrf-an...d-nine-titles/
    "Racing is life. Anything before or after is just waiting." Steve McQueen

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