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    Quote Originally Posted by Jarek Z View Post
    Because he has budget for 4 or 5 rallies only (with 3 rallies already driven) and he wants to use it in WRC2.
    Kajto isn't a businessman-driver and he isn't a bored son of a reach father. Despite his numerous successes he has to fight for his budget each year.
    Keep cool... I was just asking.
    Lotos is a big sponsor, by the way. And I read that he got some plans to start Rajd Polski and some WRC-2 events. That's why I was wondering why he don't start his home rally. That's it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sub_Skoda View Post
    Keep cool... I was just asking.
    Lotos is a big sponsor, by the way. And I read that he got some plans to start Rajd Polski and some WRC-2 events. That's why I was wondering why he don't start his home rally. That's it.
    Am I not cool?
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    I presume Huttunen’s appearance in Poland was part of Hyundai’s ongoing promo programme for the i20 R5 on key European rallies.. any chance to see him again in Latvia?

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    Huttunen certainly impressed in the i20 in Poland and did a great job against the mass ranks of Škoda's.

    I hope he gets a chance of a full season for Hyundai somewhere next year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RS View Post
    I presume Huttunen’s appearance in Poland was part of Hyundai’s ongoing promo programme for the i20 R5 on key European rallies.. any chance to see him again in Latvia?
    If there are no changes, original plans for him were only for Poland.

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    Pirelli wins ERC for the fourth time in a row
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    next year ERC need a driver with big name for better rallies like kopecky,Paddon,Bouffier..I think gryazin is the only driver that can beat Lukyanuk

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    Luky is more likely to take part in WRC2 than any big name joining for a full season of ERC.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Antreas View Post
    next year ERC need a driver with big name for better rallies like kopecky,Paddon,Bouffier..I think gryazin is the only driver that can beat Lukyanuk
    Kopecky has won ERC so wont come back; Paddon is already at WRC level; and Bouffier struggles for funding.

    Are there any big names in national championships that could enter ?

    If not, and Lukyanuk moves on, it might be Gryazin vs the Rest next year.

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    I think Gryazin is capable of a Lukyanuk level performance given a whole season. Let’s not forget he beat Rovanpera on ERC Latvia last year and was mixing it with Kopecky, Luky and Sordo on Barum before easing off for U28 points.

    Would like to see more of Filip Mares and Miko Marczyk next year too, maybe Griebel to return for a go at the full ERC title.

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