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    hahah those glasses.

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    Loeb looks so tiny. Is that correct scale?

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    Harry Potter, Ron and two house elves

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oliverk View Post
    Harry Potter, Ron and two house elves
    Τhe Daltons.

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    "I am delighted to take on this new role as team manager and their respective additional responsibilities," said Adamo in an official statement from Hyundai. "I hope to unify and merge our diverse motoring activities, both of the WRC and the Customer Career Department. We have a great team of people in Alzenau, so my goal is to optimize resources and continue building on the foundations that have been established so far. "
    Regarding his priorities for the WRC, Adamo said: "I'm not the kind of person who comes and changes things suddenly. I need to take the time to understand what works well and what we should improve. They asked me to help the company succeed, but this is a team effort. We need to continue the work that was done up to here. The team fought for the title in recent years, so I will do what I can to take the extra step that is needed. "
    Adamo himself explained that his growth was linked to the world of motor sport from an early age. "My father worked as a technical commissioner in the Italian national association and when I was 14 years old I decided that I wanted to be a motor racing engineer. I attended a technical school and then I went to study engineering in Turin. During that time I was cooperating with Abarth in rally and on track. "
    "Then I worked as a junior aerodynamic in the DTM, until I started working with super touring cars," said Hyundai team director. "I was a track engineer in Italian and Spanish championships and I worked with the FIAT Group until 2008. Then I became a consultant working on rally car projects for Lotus and N Tecnología until 2012. I had a position in Honda Racing for the WTCC until 2015 and at the end of that year I finally joined Hyundai. "
    "When I joined the client racing department, we were only three members and the focus was only on the R5 Rally program," said Adamo. "We had to create the whole department from scratch, build and develop a car to increase the customer base in a short time. It was ambitious and difficult, but we did it. Since then, we have added a successful TCR project. This program, together with that of the WRC and R5, is helping us to create a solid reputation for Hyundai in motor sport. "
    http://motorboxradio.com.ar/2019/01/...a-tener-exito/

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    Thierry Neuville and co-driver Nicolas Gilsoil have different personal sponsor stickers.

    Other Hyundai pairs have same together.
    "quattro best 4wd rallycar ever"

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    "Some famous quote from some famous person"

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    I like it overall but there are a few places that stand out in negative way:
    - the red parts on the dive planes
    - the red step in front of rear wheel
    - not sure the rear black rims fit that well

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    Quote Originally Posted by mknight View Post
    I like it overall but there are a few places that stand out in negative way:
    - the red parts on the dive planes
    - the red step in front of rear wheel
    - not sure the rear black rims fit that well
    I agree on most points, but rear wheels are actually blue.

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    with Huttunen entered to Rally Sweden in a Fabia, he must be out of Hyundai?

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