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    Argentinian Championship

    Starting thread to argentinian championship with Rally de Villa Carlos Paz photos by José Maria Cabrera: http://www.ewrc-results.com/foto.php...arlos-Paz-2014




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    Love the livery of this car, pictures are amazing too:

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    "With that car, your brain can actually never keep up"
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_4IRMYuE1hI

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    Quote Originally Posted by stefanvv View Post
    Love the livery of this car, pictures are amazing too:

    Troubled weekend for Daniel Oliveira. A few punctures, an electrical problem on Saturday and a suspension arm problem on sunday. Overall, it was good that he could come back to rallying.
    Fuchs was impressive, great speed, fighting with Villagra and winning the event.

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    It was first event for David Nalbandian, former pro tennisman

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    nice video with camera inside the wheel showing suspension working
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?featur...&v=9fTEhQMrIOc

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    Today has finished the 5º round of 2015 Argentine Rally Championship, the Rally of Esquel and Trevelín. The winner was Marcos Ligato with a Chevrolet Agile, followed by Miguel Baldoni with Peugeot 208 and third was Federico Villagra with Ford Fiesta. On the championship standings, Ligato is the current leader with 198 points, followed by Baldoni with 169 and Villagra with 163.

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    Abcde
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    "Reis vas pät pat kaar vas kut"
    Tommi Mäkinen, back in the years...

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    As with many other things of my country I have a love/hate relationship. In the case of rally, I was very very enthusiastic back in 2009 when I heard about some guys trying to develop a 4WD rally car kit. Almost ten years passed away, and then I reunited with those cars then called Maxi Rally. So in the last two months I been getting up to date reviewing years of competition, and found a lot of different news, new cars, cars born dead, new drivers, different escenaries etc etc etc.

    To summarize the current state of the Rally Argentino, I could say that it's a category that visit 10 different scenarios throught the year in different provinces, and it's one of the most summoner events at each city. It's not just a race, it's a small revolution once a year for those who live in the deep of the country.

    There are two main differences from each event, it's on the flat field or it's on the mountains. Then you have the road's differences. It's all gravel, but it changes from plain dust to mud with round rocks, from volcanic mud to sharp rock in middle of the snow, from a hill jump to a water ford, from a centenary british concret bridge to the flat field in middle of the palms in the heat of a red earth, from a countryman road, to a very poor village.

    All this is part of Rally Argentino, with the good and bad things. It's what we have now, it isn't the best if you compare it with the rest of the world, but it's good, there is close competition at the end of every stage, and most important, makes people enjoy it.

    Now I'm waiting for the Rally of Toledo, in the flat fields of Cordoba province, in febrery 28.
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