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    Paddon chosen for manu points, but Sordo in car 6, because of linked rallies?

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    Quote Originally Posted by AnttiL View Post
    Paddon chosen for manu points, but Sordo in car 6, because of linked rallies?
    Mexico and Argentina were linked. I believe Australia is in that link also, not sure about that.

    Portugal should be linked with Sardinia ?

    btw. there is evo9 marked RC2 which is not possible, evo9 is national car. (car #97)
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    Also decent lineup for WRC2, Tidemand should have it easily but fight for the other podium places should be interesting. Mainly looking for Huttunen vs. Nordgren

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    Quote Originally Posted by Essaj View Post
    Also decent lineup for WRC2, Tidemand should have it easily but fight for the other podium places should be interesting. Mainly looking for Huttunen vs. Nordgren
    Tidemand was supposed to have easily won Sweden, it's indeed a decent WRC2 entry list going on in Portugal as always so he might be challenged.

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    Only one C3 R5 this time?

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    Fontes will have one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AnttiL View Post
    Paddon chosen for manu points, but Sordo in car 6, because of linked rallies?
    http://www.rallydeportugal.pt/Resour...TUGAL_2018.pdf

    Its changed: Paddon is #6 and Sordo #16
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    Quote Originally Posted by racerx1979 View Post
    Will be a great event. I think Lappi is one to look out for in Portugal. He's done these stages before and should set some fastest times. JML needs to come back to reality and focus on a finnish (pun intended). Tanak will also be one to look out for... or in his own words "basically we just have to drive our rally"

    The Fords claim to have issue with sandy surfaces, so I'm not sure how they will do in Portugal. Ogier will can easily win this event as he's done so many times in the past, but the other teams are also developing cars. Evans still having issues and way off pace. I don't see any reason why he would do any better in Portugal, but I sure hope he does.

    Hyundais looking good. I think Sordo and Paddon will be trying hard to let Hyundai know who is best. Sordo has had some good events this year and has been fast on gravel so far. Paddon has been out of a WR car for too long so it will be interesting to see if he still has his pace. With all 4 cars in this event it will be interesting.

    Citroen seems to be divided with Meeke loving the new rear end set up and Breen not so much. They will start with good road position so they can do well even though they will not be testing for this event. Meeke actually did some set up tests while in Argentina and had some high hopes for the new set up. Lets see where he lands. Breen confirmed that his roof and cage are good for future rolls.


    You forgot about Mads stberg among the Citrons drivers in Portugal

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andre Oliveira View Post
    Fontes will have one.

    I thought Simone Tempestini shoud have driven a C3 R5 in WRC2 too

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