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    Quote Originally Posted by katxal View Post
    Suzuki Ibérica in 2 Portugues Rallys with the new Swift R4lly S (Rali Serras de Fafe and Castelo Branco).
    Also in Portugal Rally (WRC)

    https://www.laregion.es/articulo/mas...641920500.html
    Like and belive on the Suzuki R4.
    Expect in will get fast.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Co-driven View Post
    Is Magalhães really confirmed with Hyundai? His former codriver Hugo will be co-driving Pedro Almeida in R2 car, so I thought maybe Bruno Magalhães doesn't have a program anymore...
    Magalhães is already registered in the series and Sports&You confirmed they’ll run an i20 for him, on behalf of Hyundai Portugal (it’s not clear if a 2nd crew will be entered). On his former co-driver Hugo, the new partnership wit Almeida may be seen as a long term bet. Almeida is a talented and well sponsored 22 years driver wishing to develop his career abroad; already this season he’ll run some ERC rallys, besides the 208 Iberica Cup and the 2wd national series, on a total of 16 events.
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    Magalhães will be codrived by Carlos Magalhães again according infos here at Portugal.

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    Hyundai Portugal Team presentation can be seen live tommorow from 12.30 GMT:
    https://www.facebook.com/teamhyundaiportugal/
    Besides Magalhães new co-driver revelation, hope we’ll also learn about a second car being entered for a young crew. Fingers crossed.

    Btw, one of Rali Serras de Fafe attractions is already testing: Vallejo’s Racing 911 GT3 (using Tuthill gravel kit), driven by local driver ‘Mex’. It’ll be great to hear the flat6 on a forest again!
    Video by Rosmanão: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fwgf...&feature=share
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    Photo: autosport.pt

    Mixed felings about today’s announcements; it’s great to see Hyundai Portugal and its partners raising their investement in the sport by supporting Magalhães on a full scale ERC program but it’s a bit disappointing not having a younger driver using their car in the national series. Guys like Diogo Gago, Pedro Paixão or Pedro Antunes have been struggling to advance their careers and any of them would deserve Hyundai’s CPR seat.

    Anyway, with 5 former CPR champs (Magalhães, Araújo, Fontes, Meireles and Teodósio) and hopefully some more fighting for this year CPR with top cars and top teams, we can hardly complain about the national rally scene. Best luck to all of them and to all the others competing at this great rally series.
    Rally addict since 1982

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    Any news on Citroën Portugal plans for 2020 we're 10 days before start of Rali Serra de Fafe after all

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rally Power View Post
    Besides Araújo in the Fabia, all last year main contenders are already confirmed for 2020 CPR: Teodósio (Fabia), Magalhães (i20), Fontes (C3) and Meireles (Polo). Others top crews can also be announced soon, at least for the major events. For Rali Serras de Fafe, besides Tanak and Sordo on the WRC’s we’re still hopefully expecting a Yaris from TGR and a couple of WRC2/3 entrants. It’d be a brilliant season start!
    OK so Citroën continues with Fontes

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom206wrc View Post
    OK so Citroën continues with Fontes
    You can follow Citroen PT here: https://www.facebook.com/CitroenVodafoneTeam/

    Btw, besides JP Fontes, gentleman driver Alfredo Barros will also run the CPR on a C3, switching from a Fiesta. Diogo Gago will run the first 2 rounds on a C3, although his target is Açores regional series. In Madeira series, reigning champ Alex Camacho has switched from a Fabia to a C3. Apart Barros, all the C3’s will be run by Sports&You (Fontes team).
    Rally addict since 1982

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    Good news for Rali Serras de Fafen, Gryazin will be in the start

    https://www.laregion.es/articulo/mas...412926241.html
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    Pedro Heller also in Rali Serras de Fafe e Felgueiras.

    https://www.laregion.es/articulo/mas...010926415.html
    Andrés H.-Cachalvite "katxal" -- Spanish Photographer. www.andrescachalvite.es

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