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    Quote Originally Posted by Essaj View Post
    Is "crash in each rally" one of those things?
    For sure those crashes didn't add him points:

    http://www.rallylinkhost.it/images/i...00-600-100.jpg

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    https://fi-fi.facebook.com/KalleRova...8151787266329/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Essaj View Post
    I don't get how Kalle always gets blamed for his season in Italy. IMO With all things considered it was pretty successful and was a perfect learning curve for him.
    I have never blamed Kalle for his season in Italy. I remember it as a very exciting season.
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    Final classification of 2020 Campionato Italiano Rally:
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    Final classification of 2020 Campionato Italiano Rally Terra:
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    It is under the banner of maximum ambition, that aimed at victory, that BB Competition is preparing to archive the 2020 sports season. The La Spezia association will be called upon to defend the primacy achieved in the previous edition by deploying - on the streets of the scheduled "Ciocchetto Event" next weekend - eleven times Italian rally champion Paolo Andreucci.

    A collaboration, that between the Garfagnino driver and the Ligurian team, materialized thanks to the relationship established between the partnership and the PRT team, a structure that will make available to the fresh winner of the Italian Two Wheel Drive Rally Championship his own CitroŽn C3 R5, with the driver supported - as is his custom - by Peletto Racing Team and Pirelli as regards the supply of tires. Expert co-driver David Castiglioni will be called to meet the expectations of the parties.

    "Given the excellent relationships matured with the driver Paolo Andreucci and Daniele Pellegrineschi's PRT team, we have proposed a collaboration for this event - the comment of Claudio Arzŗ, president of BB Competition - it will be a valid opportunity for our team to thank our partner of their fundamental support in a year of general difficulty, giving them the great visibility that a great champion like Paolo can guarantee. A race, the Ciocchetto Event, very dear to us and that I had the opportunity to face and win in the last edition, with David Castiglioni by my side. He will have the honor of supporting Paolo Andreucci next weekend in what we hope will be another occasion to celebrate on these streets ".

    The Ciocchetto Event, scheduled inside the “Il Ciocco” estate in Castelvecchio Pascoli, will start the engines on Saturday, from 3 pm. The next day, Sunday 20 December, the second and last stage will end at 13.50 . Thirteen special stages scheduled, including a Super Special Stage at night, on the opening day.

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    Scandola with hyundai i20 r5 11,32 sec ahead of Ucci with c3 r5 after 7 short stages.

    https://www.ewrc-results.com/results...occhetto-2020/

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    Funny to see times to the hundredth of a second.

    I have no information regarding the event, saw some images with a lot of rain and water on the road. Also first time of Andreucci with C3 on tarmac.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Co-driven View Post
    Funny to see times to the hundredth of a second.

    I have no information regarding the event, saw some images with a lot of rain and water on the road. Also first time of Andreucci with C3 on tarmac.
    The reason for measuring hundreds of seconds is in the length of each stage. Except one stage the length of none exceeded 2,5 km!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ucci View Post
    The reason for measuring hundreds of seconds is in the length of each stage. Except one stage the length of none exceeded 2,5 km!
    Interesting. How does the start timing work? Do they use the actual time the car breaks the start timing beam - like in a sprint or hillclimb, or do they use the allocated start time and give a penalty for breaking the beam early - like most rallies?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Boyd View Post
    Interesting. How does the start timing work? Do they use the actual time the car breaks the start timing beam - like in a sprint or hillclimb, or do they use the allocated start time and give a penalty for breaking the beam early - like most rallies?
    I've checked with one of the participants : the starting procedure was ordinary as on normal rallyies.
    This driver also noticed, that some drivers (starting in front of him) started already one seconds before green light appered on the starting light (and nobody received a penalty!), on the other hand he has started always on "0", that is already 13 sec of delay (13 stages)......

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    Thanks Ucci.

    That timing method does make the driver's start of the stage critical and good timekeeping even more important than usual to report anyone breaking the beam early.
    A lot of national level compeitors in UK say don't wait for zero always go on 1 because you won't get a penalty. It's true because the penaly in UK national rules is 1 minute for a false start (FIA is 10 seconds for the first time) so many organisers won't give 1 minute penalty for 1 second at the start. These competitors then have a shock on international rallies when they find they get 10 seconds added the first time and then 1 minute added the second time.
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