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    From what has been said thus far I think there will be more GRC horror stories coming out over the next few months. It seems the divisions within the series have been growing for some time.
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    Forgive the double post, but I just uploaded some pictures from the opening round of the Championship in Barcelona. Few of my faves:













    Loads more pictures here:

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    If any of you are interested!
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    I see that Pucher is back with Topi and Andrew Jordan for a select few events (GB, Germany and something else I think), guess he's regretting having a whinge at IMG and heading over to GRC!
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    Quote Originally Posted by MrJan View Post
    I see that Pucher is back with Topi and Andrew Jordan for a select few events (GB, Germany and something else I think), guess he's regretting having a whinge at IMG and heading over to GRC!
    Pucher is pretty vocal on Facebook: he is still insisting that the GRC Europe Championship is coming in 2019.
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    Could be a possibility to see Sordo in WRX, maybe in a Renault Megane.
    Will be interessting.
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    Times are in for Montalegre free practice and the fastest guy this weekend is...

    *drumroll*


    Petter Solberg!

    Followed by:
    Kristofferson
    I'll-crash-you-if-I-can-Ekström
    Timmy
    Loeb
    Kevin Hansen
    Baumanis
    Timur
    Grönholm
    Chichi
    Bakkerud

    Disappointing pace from Andreas.. But he only did 9 laps, most of the others did 20. Maybe some technical issue?

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    Top 5 Q1
    1. Sébastien LOEB 1 02:41.054 50
    2. Mattias EKSTRÖM 2 02:41.266 45
    3. Johan KRISTOFFERSSON 3 02:42.559 42
    4. Guerlain CHICHERIT 4 02:42.792 40
    5. Andreas BAKKERUD 5 02:43.144 39
    Top 5 Q2
    1. Timmy HANSEN 1 02:39.635 50
    2. Sébastien LOEB 2 02:39.669 45
    3. Mattias EKSTRÖM 3 02:40.044 42
    4. Petter SOLBERG 4 02:40.552 40
    5. Andreas BAKKERUD 5 02:40.554 39


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    Lovely conditions...
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    Well quite an eventful end to the racing in Portugal. EKS and Peugeot both looked stronger than PSRXVW in qualifying, but poor strategy from EKS left the door wide open for Kristoffersson in the semi-final. Good recovery from Solberg as well (helped by the Eriksson/Baumanis contact), thought he had thrown his chances away when he stalled on the line.

    Has Chichiret got a lot better, or is the Prodrive Megane really, really, quick? I thought Grosset-Janin would be the quickest guy in GCK, but Guerlain seems to be doing well, him knocking Ekstrom out was the biggest surprise of the weekend.
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    I think that Chicherit benefited from circumstance rather than legit pace. He managed to get some clear races in qually and then the Hansen/Ekstrom/Bakkerud scrap in the semi so basically gave him a bye to the final....that said, the Prodrive Megane is definitely quick and I think could have been competitive with the right driver. Interesting to note that the manufacturer is GCK,rather than Renault, so possibly a falling out?

    EKS really shot themselves in the foot, although looked to me that Ekstrom got a nudge wide in the semi-final (rubbing's racing and all that). All the f**king about on the first corner was what allowed Petter back into the race. Entertaining weekend, weather looked horrible at times.
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