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    Yesterday the TAC Rally in Tielt was being held, 3rd round of the Belgian championship. Quite good startlist, 12 R5 cars (of which 8 were Fabia), 10 Porsche GT3's and quite a lot of variety further in the field with R2's, N4's, historic cars and the BMW M-Cup. Dry weather which meant good conditions for the GT cars. Overall most drivers seemed to be pushing hard, which resulted in quite a lot of crashes. Results can be found here: http://www.tac-results.be/ Overall the battle for the first 2 places wasn't very interesting. Princen had the updated engine on his Fabia R5, and was much quicker than Verschueren, especially in the first loop when Verschueren didn't seem as confident as Princen was. Behind those two there was a big gap... Bédoret finished third on his first outing with a Skoda Fabia R5, his times were improving a lot throughout the day, he certainly is a driver to keep an eye on in the future. In GT there was a nice competition between Timothy Vanparijs, Gunther Monnens and Kevin Abbring. After the first loop of 4 stages, all 3 were within 4 seconds. After that Vanparijs got a puncture and Abbring had mechanical issues (clutch, but replacement took too long so he was out of the rally), and Monnens won the category. Van Woensel had issues very early, and Snijers crashed on the third stage already. In R2 Reynvoet was the quickest all day, but he crashed on the penultimate stage. Gilles Pyck, a young driver who did his first national event, won the class then. Historic class was won by Paul Lietaer, who was driving a Manta 400 Gr.B for the first time in many years, it is the same car he was driving more than 30 years ago.

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    Princen - Eelbode, winners


    Snijers - Bouchat, crash on SS3


    Abbring - Vandeputte, retired


    Pyck - Mourisse, winners in R2 and Junior category


    Monnens - Debyser, winners in RGT


    A few more photos for those who are interested: https://www.facebook.com/pg/rallyima...37543579590849

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    Good entry list in Rallye de Wallonie, which will be held on April 27/28/29. 16 R5 cars and 7 RGT machines look quite impressive. I think that from top drivers only Kris Princen is missing:
    https://www.rallye054.be/wp-content/...-rallye054.pdf
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    Verschueren has to win this one to stay in the fight for the title. Princen already won 2 rallies and had a 2nd place in Spa, where Verschueren did not start. Although only the best 6 results count towards the championship, this rally is an ideal opportunity for Verschueren to take back a bunch of point.
    Hi main rivals should be Cherain (if he is back at his old form), Fernémont (lot of confidence after his Spa victory but lacks experience) and Bouche (but he has no rythme and is getting older.
    Other contenders for top 5 will be Bedoret, De Mevius (needs to find his confidence back after crashing in Spa and Corsica PET), Canal-Robles with the Fabia WRC etc.
    Also the field in R2 is quite good, with Belgian youngsters Delhez, Munster, Reynvoet and Dilley against Dutch reference Timo Van der Marel.

    On Friday there is a show stage that is run twice. On Saturday there are 3x4 different stages (first one of the loop is a largely new 23km stage), on Sunday they end with 2x4 different stages.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dupanton View Post
    , De Mevius (needs to find his confidence back after crashing in Spa and Corsica PET).
    http://www.rallylovers.be/live/5/92#92

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    Video Rallye de Wallonie day 2:



    Click on the photo or here --> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qb9IBnruIGU

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    Quote Originally Posted by dupanton View Post
    Verschueren has to win this one to stay in the fight for the title. Princen already won 2 rallies and had a 2nd place in Spa, where Verschueren did not start. Although only the best 6 results count towards the championship, this rally is an ideal opportunity for Verschueren to take back a bunch of point.
    His main rivals should be Cherain (if he is back at his old form), Fernémont (lot of confidence after his Spa victory but lacks experience) and Bouche (but he has no rythme and is getting older.
    Other contenders for top 5 will be Bedoret, De Mevius (needs to find his confidence back after crashing in Spa and Corsica PET), Canal-Robles with the Fabia WRC etc.
    Your predictions were very good. Verschueren wins the rally, Cherain is second and Fernémont third
    This time it's 1-2-3-4-5 for Skoda

    Final results:
    http://wallonie.liverally.be:8080/wa...t.jsp?r=1&s=22

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    It was a nice event. Good battle in front, all in equal machinery, apart from the tyres they were using. Verschueren on Michelin, Cherain on DMack and Fernémont on Pirelli. In the wet this morning, Fernémont managed to set all fastest times. Few photos from the event:











    Few more: https://www.facebook.com/pg/rallyima...68457049832835

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