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    "Some famous quote from some famous person"

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    Quote Originally Posted by AnttiL View Post
    Rally Finland was also two days in 2010, except for one super special on the opening day.
    Oh yes, I had completely forgot that. But 2010 is the only edition of Rally Finland I've missed since 1991 so that must be the reason

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    Quote Originally Posted by EstWRC View Post
    Just the most essential parts:

    Father-manager Morten Ostberg has stated there are four alternatives, ranging from a full WRC season, a combination of WRC and WRC2, a combination of selected rallies in WRC and/or WRC2 and Rallycross, and exclusively Rallycross.

    The team are in negotiations at the moment, not helped by the delay before the World Motor Sport Council release the 2018 Sporting Regulations, due next week.

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    Quote Originally Posted by the sniper View Post
    The popularity of rallying has only fallen overall during the 'ever decreasing circles' era of rallying.
    Have you thought that maybe there's other factors affecting the popularity of rallying than just the format of the events? The 80's is over and won't return.

    Besides, 2017 saw a boost in the popularity of WRC and I'm pretty sure the reason is that it's not anymore just one driver and one team winning.

    Again, I would personally love to see longer rallies, but I also understand the financial challenges in that. How did they do it in the 80's then? Well, car industry isn't as wealthy today and having tobacco/alcohol sponsors must have helped as well.
    Last edited by AnttiL; 1st December 2017 at 07:56.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ezboy View Post
    Škoda squad's combined age is going to be around ≈ 60 :-)
    Veiby, Tidemand and Nordgren? Kopecky continuing as well? Rovanperä on Pirellis?

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    Quote Originally Posted by AnttiL View Post
    Well the City of Jyväskylä just reported that they made 14 million euros of profit from Rally Finland 2017. If the stages and services would be partly elsewhere, the money would also go elsewhere.

    Also, it would be very expensive for the teams to move the service trucks elsewhere during the rally. This is not the 90's anymore. You don't fix a rally car with a sledgehammer in the forest while the driver smokes a cigarette.
    You could be right in some way. But the main reason is to expand the interest in rallying. Then it´s maybe increases to 20 millions profit. And enough for some other kaupunki to share.
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    Lets see if they have more luck than M-Sport to rent these money-pits....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rallyper View Post
    You could be right in some way. But the main reason is to expand the interest in rallying. Then it´s maybe increases to 20 millions profit. And enough for some other kaupunki to share.
    Prior comparable study on economic effects of Rally Finland were done in 2013. Then direct profit to Jyväskylä region were 14,7 m€, in 2017 it was 14,4 m€. I don't know how the study is made and the numbers are quite detailed in my opinion. Still, if Rally Finland and Jyväskylä want an increase in the numbers, some new tricks must be brought forth. Maybe those new tricks are named Esapekka, Teemu, Kalle and Jari.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rallyfiend View Post
    Lets see if they have more luck than M-Sport to rent these money-pits....
    M-Sport actually sold one !
    Plus one is out on hire (currently with Kajto)...

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