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    What's it like spectating in Corsica with marshals and amount of people, similar and relaxed like Sardinia?

    This looks like a good excuse to get off work...
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    Quote Originally Posted by SubaruNorway View Post
    What's it like spectating in Corsica with marshals and amount of people, similar and relaxed like Sardinia?

    This looks like a good excuse to get off work...
    https://www.google.no/maps/@42.89366...7i13312!8i6656
    Beautiful bit of road. I don't think that's the SS route though. I think it's slightly more inland on the D33.

    I'm heading out there for the rally so I'd be interested to know the answer to SubaruNorway's question too. Don't want to get pinned in at a hairpin.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SubaruNorway View Post
    What's it like spectating in Corsica with marshals and amount of people, similar and relaxed like Sardinia?
    Never been to Corsica, but most rally's in France are very strict when it comes to security. Lots of "forbidden zones", marshalls and police.

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    So how crucial is start order for Corsica? I know the later cars will have more grip due the more rubber on the roads, but is there a lot of cutting in Corsica which can throw debris on the roads?

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    Quote Originally Posted by racerx1979 View Post
    So how crucial is start order for Corsica? I know the later cars will have more grip due the more rubber on the roads, but is there a lot of cutting in Corsica which can throw debris on the roads?
    AFAIK it's not as big of a deal as in Deutschland, for instance. Last year Meeke was the fastest starting sixth.

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    Here's my route preview for Tour de Corse 2018 https://itgetsfasternow.wordpress.co...se-2018-route/

    Very much new roads.

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    Sťbastien Ogier (FR) Ford Fiesta WRC
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    Quote Originally Posted by Simmi View Post
    Beautiful bit of road. I don't think that's the SS route though. I think it's slightly more inland on the D33.

    I'm heading out there for the rally so I'd be interested to know the answer to SubaruNorway's question too. Don't want to get pinned in at a hairpin.
    You're right, the view is almost just as good at the end there though
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    Corsica long-term prediction:

    Meeke, Neuville and Ogier are clearly main favorites ( in no particular order).

    Then there is a group of 3 jokers (again in no particular order):

    Loeb, Sordo, Mikkelsen, Tanak

    And additional joker is Evans who used to be much faster on tarmac than gravel, so with Michelins he could be high up.

    Looks like it might be an exciting rally.

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