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    M-Sport WRC Champions Fast Eddie WRC's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by bomber21 View Post
    Is Ingram coming to Acropolis?
    His full program is not decided but Rally Acroplis & Cyprus are not part of the U28 JERC, so not likely.

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    Any live stages from local TV planned like in Acores?

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    No FP1 run by Chris Ingram ??

    Or FP2...
    Last edited by Fast Eddie WRC; 3rd May 2018 at 10:16.

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    Ingram was sick so no FP.

    (11 - Ingram Chris / Whittock Ross): I feel pretty rubish, I just needed to get through and get ready for tomorrow. I have a temperature, I hope to be a different man tomorrow.

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    Ingram ran the qualifying but is not feeling well.

    Lukyanuk quickest so far, Kreim good and von Thurn und Taxis quite impressive - I think he has done some circuit racing and these roads are the closest you can get to that in rallying I suppose.

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    Gryazin fastest in the end. Good results for Suarez and Ares, proving the i20 can compete with the Fabia and Fiesta.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dupanton View Post
    Gryazin fastest in the end. Good results for Suarez and Ares, proving the i20 can compete with the Fabia and Fiesta.
    The i20 proving able to compete will take more than a qualifying stage. Lets see in the rally and also check for reliability.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fast Eddie WRC View Post
    The i20 proving able to compete will take more than a qualifying stage. Lets see in the rally and also check for reliability.
    Yes, I think there are still questionmarks..

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    Is there something to prove? The car has been around for nearly two years. I think that we can safely say that in its current shape it's neither the worst nor the best car around. Most likely somewhere in the middle of the pack.
    Stupid is as stupid does. Forrest Gump

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