It might make sense from an engineering point of view, but to me that is not rally. Being at least loosely based on real road cars is what makes/made
That is not really a side note to me. That seems like a big advantage for him, loix is perhaps the best ouvreur one could find for ypres.
The problem is that for African market WRC is hardly relevant. IMHO It has an impact in Europe or South America but very little if any elsewhere. I believe
You are right. But such is probably the case for 80% of drivers competing in WRC3. Most private drivers have to work to survive. It has always been like
I mostly agree with this. The stages aren't very similar to Ypres nor Spa. However it's a bit like comparing Finland to Poland for example. Is it exactly