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    Quote Originally Posted by Jarek Z View Post
    I will never forget Sa's beautiful Pug 306 Maxi
    An old video of it: https://youtu.be/qnf1zNBAGp4?t=20
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    Entry list for this weekend CPR event, Rali Terras d’Aboboreira:
    http://terrasdaboboreira.pt/wp-conte...reira-2019.pdf
    live timing: http://cpr.cronobandeira.com/
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    After France, we have another win for Citroen C3 R5 this weekend. This time Jose Pedro Fontes wins Rali Terras d'Aboboreira:

    Final results:
    https://www.ewrc-results.com/results...oboreira-2019/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jarek Z View Post
    After France, we have another win for Citroen C3 R5 this weekend. This time Jose Pedro Fontes wins Rali Terras d'Aboboreira:
    Yep, congrats to Fontes, Pontes and Sports&You for their first CPR win of the season. Fair to say it wasn’t easy as Hyundai Portugal drivers gave Fontes a hard figth. After Aboboreira Magalhães is now P2 in the series just 5 points behind Teodósio and 10 in front of his team mate Araújo; they all got fine chances to become CPR champions and the last 2 events are looking to be epic.

    Aboboreira Video by WRCatedral: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2WuvwOrN74g
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    Rallye Vidreiro, CPR penultimate round, starts tomorrow evening on Marinha Grande fast tarmac stages with the title figth wide open between Teodósio (private Fabia) and Hyundai Portugal drivers, Araújo and Magalhães. Fontes (C3) is also expected to figth for the rally win, but his title chances are slim and so are those of Barbosa (Fabia).

    Entry lists link: http://www.ralisonline.net/pt/index....cpr&Itemid=131
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    After the first 2 stages Teodósio is leading ahead of Fontes (+0.6s) and Magalhães (+1.4s).

    Street-stage live stream from 21.30h (gmt): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oFy7Maa4B0w
    Last edited by Rally Power; 4th October 2019 at 20:50.
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    Photo: https://pt-pt.facebook.com/RaliVidreiro

    Gutted for not being there to watch this epic battle between Fontes and Teodósio; they’ve swap the lead all rally long and eventually Fontes won by just 0.6s! Magalhães was P3 and is now Teodósio main title contender. Nice P4 for Meireles in the Polo ahead of Araújo, who's still in the title fight. Antunes (Clio R3T) won 2wd category and is already the champ. Congrats to all!

    Rallye Vidreiro top 10:
    1. José Pedro Fontes/Inês Ponte – Citroen C3 R5; 1:03:41.0
    2. Ricardo Teodósio/José Teixeira - Skoda Fabia R5; +0.6
    3. Bruno Magalhães/Hugo Magalhães – Hyundai i20 R5; +8.2
    4. Pedro Meireles/Mário Castro - VW Polo R5; +1:03.0
    5. Armindo Araújo/Luís Ramalho - Hyundai i20 R5; +1:19.3
    6. João Barros/António Costa - Skoda Fabia R5; +2:03.2
    7º Pedro Almeida/Miguel Ramalho - Skoda Fabia R5; +2:28.6
    8º Luis Rego/Jorge Henriques - Ford Fiesta R5; +3:33.0
    9º Manuel Castro/Ricardo Cunha - Hyundai i20 R5; +4:05.6
    10º Miguel Correia/Pedro Alves – Skoda Fabia R5; +4:27.2
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    Rallye Vidreiro video, by WRCatedral: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ubMknESa2fM

    Btw, hat off for Ricardo Teodósio; despite managing to figh for the win all rally long, Teodósio was in a real bad shape after a big PET crash; he bravely run with two damaged ribs and eventually extended his CPR leadership. It was later told that Eric Camilli was the passenger on that troubled test although, fortunately, he didn't suffer any injury. Camilli has been here a few times providing tech advices to local drivers.
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