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    Quote Originally Posted by GigiGalliNo1 View Post
    Yes
    do not forget to come back with secret details like how ogier is moving to tesla that are joining next month and how Ingrassia had successful spinal cord transplantation and is now able to compete and not retire...
    The North Will Rise Again
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    Quote Originally Posted by rp View Post
    Yes! Of course the numbers are at the same level, but at least WRC2 is much better...

    Mexico 2018: 31 cars, 25 FIA homologated cars (11 WRC cars, 9 WRC2)

    Mexico 2017: 24 cars, 21 FIA homologated cars (12 WRC cars, 5 WRC2)
    Argentina 2017: 22 cars, 19 FIA homologated cars (13 WRC cars, 6 WRC2)
    Australia 2017: 33 cars, 18 FIA homologated cars (12 WRC cars, 1 WRC2)
    The problem is not only the lack of drivers on the entry list. Is the excess of super special stages and the lack of security with spectators very badly placed.

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    "Some famous quote from some famous person"

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    Quote Originally Posted by EstWRC View Post
    SS12 / SS15 Otates start
    Also shared by SS20 Alfaro. Driven last year also three times, as a part of SS10/13 Lajas de Oro and SS18 La Calera.

    You can't run a non-super special stage three times but you can use parts of a stage multiple times. With the low entry count, it will be less cars on the road than running a Rally Finland stage twice – even with out the national Vetomies clubman rally.

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    Only one test day to Ogier and no one to Suninen cause weather conditions on Spain.

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    Marquito Bulacia, 17-year old driver from Bolivia, will make his WRC2 debut with a Ford Fiesta.

    Today he showed his livery.

    He will also be in Rally Transitapua, first round of the Codasur Championship in Paraguay.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Andre Oliveira View Post
    Only one test day to Ogier and no one to Suninen cause weather conditions on Spain.
    Damn...Suninen also missed his test for last year's Rally Finland because Ogier crashed the car. He only got to do a couple of runs with the car he was doing the actual rally with.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Co-driven View Post
    Marquito Bulacia, 17-year old driver from Bolivia, will make his WRC2 debut with a Ford Fiesta.

    Today he showed his livery.

    He will also be in Rally Transitapua, first round of the Codasur Championship in Paraguay.
    I think it looks great

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    Quote Originally Posted by AnttiL View Post
    You can't run a non-super special stage three times but you can use parts of a stage multiple times. With the low entry count, it will be less cars on the road than running a Rally Finland stage twice – even with out the national Vetomies clubman rally.
    Well, the WRC rules say you cannot use any part of a stage more than two times.

    "13. RALLY CHARACTERISTICS
    13.1 RALLY CONFIGURATION
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    13.1.3 No one stage or part of a stage may be run more than twice in a rally, super special stages excluded."

    But in Mexico that has happened for years now...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Teme View Post
    Well, the WRC rules say you cannot use any part of a stage more than two times.

    "13. RALLY CHARACTERISTICS
    13.1 RALLY CONFIGURATION
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    13.1.3 No one stage or part of a stage may be run more than twice in a rally, super special stages excluded."

    But in Mexico that has happened for years now...
    Oh, thatís interesting...

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