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    I'm excited for Neuville's moans about the "whules" being unfair in the "whace"

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    Manufacturers championship is interesting and close. Hyundai went from last to first in one event!
    Edit: And M-sport Ford in the opposite direction!!
    "Racing is life. Anything before or after is just waiting." Steve McQueen

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    Quote Originally Posted by itix View Post
    Also impressed by Takamoto for beating Tidemand on his home ground. 4.5 seconds.
    I really thought he wasn't anything special. I'll have to reevaluate now...
    Both the japanese drivers impressed on ice. But they owe some of the success to Pirelli.
    but I think Tommi have coached thrm on the white stuff before sweden. That payed off!
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    "On the Power Stage I made a few mistakes, I wasn't used to so much grip, but finally we archived out objective and took some points."

    Priceless, can't fault him.

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    Hyundai 14 + 40 = 54
    Toyota 33 + 20 = 53
    Citroen 18 + 28 = 46
    Ford 33 + 10 = 43


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    Greatest championship in decades !!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by N.O.T View Post
    Greatest championship in decades !!!
    Neuville fan?

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    Ott has been the most impressive Toyota driver yet is behind Jari and Lappi in the standings. However I'm sure he's pretty content (once he gets the frustration of this weekend out of his mind), as he goes to Mexico with a better road position.

    Tanak, Mikkelsen, Meeke and Loeb the early favourites? Loeb has been clever in choosing his rallies this year, 3 rallies where the car worked well last season and a good road position for Mexico and Spain. Plus, the C3 has improved since last year too...

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    [WRC] WRC Rally Sweden 2018 - February 15-18:

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    Tanak, Mikkelsen, Meeke and Loeb the early favourites?
    Sordo. Evans?

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    Clever move by Ogier IMO and I cant blame him for trying to get some advantage on a rally that has otherwise hugely disadvantaged him.

    I wonder if a world champion and championship leader has ever scored so poorly through no fault of their own ? They may as well have handicapped Ogier by one less rally to give the others a chance.

    I think Rally Sweden will be referenced a lot for the rest of the season.

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