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    The R4 runs together in the same class as the Maxi Rally turbo? Or it's a separate class, along the R5?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Co-driven View Post
    The R4 runs together in the same class as the Maxi Rally turbo? Or it's a separate class, along the R5?
    The R4 cars runs together with the MR in the current RC2 class. There is only a Hyundai R5, so it runs alone in his class. I think the plan is to merge everything in the future, but they expect to have at least 5 R5 cars (something I doubt it will happen soon).

    Into the RC2, there is a subclass that runs for the "Copa Pirelli". In this subclass runs the old Maxi Rally cars with atmospheric 2.4 litre engines, and Maxi Rally turbo with a 32mm restrictor (the main class have a 34 mm restrictor). The idea with this class is to allow the drivers to fight for a win and to promote their sponsors.




    In this link you could see the current championship standing, it's a bit confusing.
    https://rallyargentino.com/campeonato.php?anio=2020
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    Continuing with the R4 analysys, here is a video of Castro and Sicolone with the Etios at San Luis Rally. There are more videos of the R4 and the Audi A1 MR on the channel.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cjE91RaiI60


    Is this SS2, they finished seventh overal, just ahead of Arceluz (he's with who I like to compare their performances). Castro finished 16 seconds from the lead.


    San Luis 2019- SS2 results and general standings

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    Castro won the 4th round of Rally Argentino. I still think it's a bit of a surprise, but in the end he beat the likes of Villagra, Ligato, Diaz, besides Cancio and Scuncio with the R5. Most of them had problems, but it's still a great result.

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    Yes, Castro won the 4th event. The reliability of the car put him on top, however he was fast and close to the leaders all the time. The roads equalized the performance of the R4 and MR cars, as it was an event in the mountain.

    Events #4 and #5 were a bit rare, with lot of cars with mechanical problems, and many cars absent (Baldoni, Arceluz, Bonnin, Zeballos, Folledo). Baldoni cancelled his participation because his codriver had a surgery the day before. Ligato suffered a fire on the engine that damaged the electrical system and had to abandon. Villagra has been fighting with his new car to make it ran properly. Villagra went out of the road (to avoid a big rock) and damaged the rear of the car, rejoining the race at the next stage. Ligato went out of the road too on event #5 and abandoned after being the winner of SS1.

    With Baldoni, Ligato and Villagra out of the fight for the titlle, Díaz, D'agostini and Padilla had the possibility to become champions for the first time. Díaz and Padilla were fighting for the RC2 lead until Padilla lost four minutes to change a tire. Díaz had a puncture but was able to continue, losing a bit of time, leaving the lead to D'agostini.

    On event #5 Díaz was the fastest at some SS, but then an antiroll bar got broken damaging a brake line. The brake line was fixed but they had to drive without the antiroll bar for two SS. It was all up and down for the championship contenders. Finally Díaz had a points lead difference to be carefull and make it to the end becoming the new champion. D'agostini won his first RC2 race.

    On the general clasification, Alejandro Cancio was always on top with the R5, even as it was his first race with that car. Scuncio lost lot of time on the first stage.

    It was a short and some kind of emergency championship, but it was a lot better than nothing. Let's hope for a normal next seasson. Cancio said that he was thinking about move his Skoda from Chile to Argentina for the next season, but everything is unknown now. I'm not sure, but I think the R5 class need five cars to be considered on the championship.

    - Ford Fiesta white and green is Díaz
    - VW Polo totally white is Padilla
    - VW Polo black and yellow is D'agostini
    - Toyota Etios R4, is the red one wih Puma advertising on the side
    - Hyundai R5 with Manaos advertising on the side is Cancio
    - white Chevrolet with Infinia advertising is Ligato
    - white and red Toyota Yaris with Elaion on the side is Villagra

    Some videos

    by TonyCosta99
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B4QBeC9RNVg


    by Eduardo Loza
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xc48HTrNsz4


    out of the road with lucky for Scuncio
    https://fb.watch/2oFaZ5A1Is/


    Scuncio onboard SS4
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E8n2Egyca20


    Resume event #4 from Rally Argentino
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ktXaYYZts4s

    Resume event #5 from Rally Argentino
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9ur7YcZSZ5o

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