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    [WRC] Tour de Corse 2018 (Apr 5-8)

    I am surprised but I havent found a thread to Tour de Corse yet. So I will start a new one.



    Rally will have a new sponsor this year - Corsica Linea.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PLuto View Post
    Rally will have a new sponsor this year - Corsica Linea.
    Thank goodness for that...

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    Quote Originally Posted by the sniper View Post
    Thank goodness for that...
    Why? You didnt liked energy drinks?

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    A lot of new stages, or stages not used in a long time. Désert des Agriates was driven last in 1994 with another name, for instance. Also some stuff from the IRC/ERC years giving advantage for the drivers who were doing the round back then.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AnttiL;1171604 .
    Also some stuff from the IRC/ERC years giving advantage for the drivers who were doing the round back then.
    So that is Ogier, Neuville, Meeke, Breen and Bouffier
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mintexmemory View Post
    So that is Ogier, Neuville, Meeke, Breen and Bouffier
    Not Meeke or Seb. Can include Mikkelsen though

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    SS2/4 has been driven by Sordo, Neuville, Mikkelsen, Bouffier and Breen in 2011-2013. The power stage ending was driven in 2008 with Latvala, Mikkelsen, Loeb and Řstberg in WRC cars, Ogier in a S1600 Citroen. SS5/8 and the power stage's ending was also done in reverse in 2012, but that probably does not help at all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AnttiL View Post
    SS2/4 has been driven by Sordo, Neuville, Mikkelsen, Bouffier and Breen in 2011-2013. The power stage ending was driven in 2008 with Latvala, Mikkelsen, Loeb and Řstberg in WRC cars, Ogier in a S1600 Citroen. SS5/8 and the power stage's ending was also done in reverse in 2012, but that probably does not help at all.
    Do you think that driving one part of stage 10 years ago should help?

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    Quote Originally Posted by PLuto View Post
    Do you think that driving one part of stage 10 years ago should help?
    Maybe not, but still an interesting piece of information none the less
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    Quote Originally Posted by leighton323 View Post
    Maybe not, but still an interesting piece of information none the less
    Yeah, more of this. The drivers would have a set of old pace notes checked in competitive speed, but the roads could be fixed in 10 years.

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