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    Quote Originally Posted by Sulland
    If VW is coming into WRC with Scirocco, where will that leave the Polo S2000 ?
    Polo is still a private initiative from South Africa. Why couldn't they compete next to eachother: one in PWRC and one in WRC?
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    Pitty this thread does not appear in this view because it is sticky (i think)...
    http://www.motorsportforums.com/foru...play.php?f=120
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    Peugeot-Sport France officially announced today they will take part to the two last rounds of 2008 french tarmac championship(Cevennes and Var)with Guillaume Canivenq and to the last round of ERC08(Antibes)and first round of 2009 IRC(Monte-Carlo)with Stéphane Sarrazin !!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grant_RSA
    Im not really up to date with the ins and outs of FIA homologation, but do understand that SA given the go ahead by Toyota Japan to acquire the full FIA homologation.

    I can say that the SA version is very impressive, i incidently co-drive a lower class version of the Auris which has the same build quality which is awesome. I expect the Auris will make its way to Europe fairly soon.

    Each homologation is only going to be regional - for Australia, and for SA. There will not be a global FIA homologation by Toyota.

    Info from Toyota Motor Compnay, Japan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by milly
    Each homologation is only going to be regional - for Australia, and for SA. There will not be a global FIA homologation by Toyota.

    Info from Toyota Motor Compnay, Japan.
    In the case of the Australian car, regional homologation means it can be used in FIA events within Asia-Pacific. For 2009 this includes all rounds of the APRC and the Australian and Japanese (if on the calendar) rounds of the WRC. Source: Garry Connelly (Australian delegate to FIA World Council).
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    Quote Originally Posted by milly
    Each homologation is only going to be regional - for Australia, and for SA. There will not be a global FIA homologation by Toyota.

    Info from Toyota Motor Compnay, Japan.
    Interesting, i would like to see an official quote on that,

    Information i get straight from Toyota SA is quite different, and all the kits in process for Europe tell me differently.But what would i know!

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    How many kits are you making right now for Europe, which direction will they go in Europe
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    Haco, 6 reverse gears and 1 forward!

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