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    Jwrc 2018

    Entrants for 2018 JWRC are expected to be announced on Friday December 15th.
    Link to what 2018 JWRC involves https://rallysportmag.com/changes-2018-jwrc/
    Key points include
    5 rounds - Sweden, Corsica, Portugal, Finland and Turkey
    139,500 euros for 5 events
    Results from 4 out 5 events will count
    Usual WRC points 1st = 25, 2nd = 18, 3rd = 15 etc.
    Double points for Turkey
    One point for each JWRC stage win
    Winner of 2018 Junior WRC will win a new Ford Fiesta R5 with a supply of Pirelli tyres
    Last edited by KiwiWRCfan; 13th December 2017 at 07:42. Reason: spelling correction
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    Quote Originally Posted by KiwiWRCfan View Post
    Winner of 2018 Junior WRC will win a new Ford Fiesta R5 with a supply of Pirelli tyres
    Win as in, they get a car for free? Or they can do a WRC2 program in a Ford Fiesta R5 (for free)?
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    They get the registration papers so yes, a very nice "trophy". Pirelli also supplies the winner with free tyres for all 7 wrc2 events, pays registration and fuel is free. The car will be the new Fiesta mk8 R5 if i remember correctly.

    M-Sport: "As well as their very own Fiesta R5, the champion will also receive free WRC 2 registration as well as free fuel and a generous tyre package for the 2019 WRC 2 season."
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    If you count some amount to experience (5 WRC events) this JWRC is maybe cheapest way to buy new model FIESTA R5.
    "quattro best 4wd rallycar ever"

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    The costs are quite high, but if you can win you get a very nice price!
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    This is also the cheapest way to get your driving footage to the WRC broadcasts or your name and picture on the wrc homepage.

    https://twitter.com/MSportLtd/status/940275499305177089 here you can see some of the contenders at the M-Sport Poland factory. There's a scene with their badges on the table, including Callum Devine, Jesse Turunen, Josh Mc???lean, Joseph Matar, Jani Luhtaniemi, Dave Holder, Rodolphe Asmar
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    Only one I know is Callum Devine. Saw him in Ypres and was impressed by his speed, I think he had a change for the title!
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    Quote Originally Posted by dupanton View Post
    Only one I know is Callum Devine. Saw him in Ypres and was impressed by his speed, I think he had a change for the title!
    Jesse Turunen drove a Hyundai R5 this year in the Finnish championship, best position 4th.

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    This was the meeting for anyone who is interested about the JWRC. Arranged by M-Sport Poland and Pirelli. There is a difference to be interested and to be a contender, approximately 200 000 reasons I guess...

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    Julian Wagner (austrian 2wd champ 2017) is also in that video...
    Juha Kankkunen: "The speed was o.K., but the corner was to tight"
    Marcus Grönholm: "... tell corrado .... three gears are enough..! "

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