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    TÄNAK AWARE “BIG THINGS” STILL NEED TO CHANGE WITH HYUNDAI

    “It’s definitely a big job for the guys, because we haven’t done any development on gravel for this car at all. So I mean now every rally is like a development for us, and step-by-step we are learning and just have to see how fast we can react.

    https://dirtfish.com/rally/wrc/tanak...-with-hyundai/
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    Quote Originally Posted by EstWRC View Post
    TÄNAK AWARE “BIG THINGS” STILL NEED TO CHANGE WITH HYUNDAI

    “It’s definitely a big job for the guys, because we haven’t done any development on gravel for this car at all. So I mean now every rally is like a development for us, and step-by-step we are learning and just have to see how fast we can react.

    https://dirtfish.com/rally/wrc/tanak...-with-hyundai/
    Still maybe a possibility to fight for a win in Estonia/Finland, perhaps New-Zealand? I mean, he did manage to win last weekend, sure he had a bit of luck but Sardegna was one of the tougher challenges of the season.
    If in doubt, flat out!

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    Quote Originally Posted by logic View Post
    just remember this for posterity. This will not age well.
    May I just say... LOL...

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    https://dirtfish.com/rally/wrc/neuvi...e-to-be-fixed/

    It looks like a long road ahead before Hyundai get back on it’s two feet, I hope they manage that sooner rather than later and get things sorted so at least they'll have a (probably slim) chance winning the manufacturer’s title.
    If in doubt, flat out!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eli View Post
    Still maybe a possibility to fight for a win in Estonia/Finland, perhaps New-Zealand? I mean, he did manage to win last weekend, sure he had a bit of luck but Sardegna was one of the tougher challenges of the season.
    Maybe it's a bit too much at the moment to hope win's from fast rallies. Yes, Tänak likes them, but I'm not sure about Hyundai. Sardinia was relatively slow rally compared to those mentioned ones. At the same time - there are 3 pilots for low-altitude-flying jobs in (The Aero) Toyota.

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    Quote Originally Posted by meh View Post
    Maybe it's a bit too much at the moment to hope win's from fast rallies. Yes, Tänak likes them, but I'm not sure about Hyundai. Sardinia was relatively slow rally compared to those mentioned ones. At the same time - there are 3 pilots for low-altitude-flying jobs in (The Aero) Toyota.
    Well in any case, I hope their win in Sardegna won't be their one and only win this season.
    If in doubt, flat out!

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    As they have now base in Finland, I am quite positive that they can find some good setups from there as there are no restrictions for testing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by flat_right View Post
    As they have now base in Finland, I am quite positive that they can find some good setups from there as there are no restrictions for testing.
    Exactly. And the speed was good at fast Rally Sweden.
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    Quote Originally Posted by EstWRC View Post
    Exactly. And the speed was good at fast Rally Sweden.
    They just need to sort out their reliability (not on the account of speed of course).
    If in doubt, flat out!

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    I've never been a fan of Hyundai, but even I was glad to see the progress they seem to have made. It's so mportant for the WRC to keep them in the series and to have them and their drivers competitive.

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