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    Quote Originally Posted by KKS View Post
    Supply and provide are different words.
    Of course they are, but the meaning is almost the same. Supply is more of economic term and has more global meaning. And in the context of that, "supply" is more justified to receive something, by someone else on behalf of the supplier.
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    "With that car, your brain can actually never keep up"
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_4IRMYuE1hI

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    Quote Originally Posted by m-ast View Post
    Not fully that, it also applies in the media zone before the entrance in the reagroup, so maybe there was the case
    did we have any boards which defines a start of media zones? But it does not matter. After SS19 and before La Pedraia regroup was no media zones.

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    Quote Originally Posted by N.O.T View Post
    Its a clear exclusion... simple as that.

    Not fair of course, but still rules are rules...
    Well now that you've cleared it up for everyone I guess the discussion is over.

    I thought the Greeks basically invented philosophy and legal reasoning. You can't just say "It's a clear exclusion... simple as that" without explaining how such an exclusion would follow from reasonable interpretation of the written rules.



    Quote Originally Posted by stefanvv View Post
    Of course they are, but the meaning is almost the same. Supply is more of economic term and has more global meaning. And in the context of that, "supply" is more justified to receive something, by someone else on behalf of the supplier.
    You are right, although it would good if we could have a native French-speaking member try to interpret the French text of the rulebook, since that's the one that matters anyway.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sonnybobiche View Post
    So what the article says is this: The crew are not allowed to use or receive any manufactured material except those supplied by the organizer... The term "supplied" refers to the nature of the manufactured material, i.e. only manufactured materials supplied by the organizers are not prohibited. If "supplied" were intended to refer to the process of how an item is received by the crew, it would come at the end Art. 2.13, because it would also apply to the use or receipt of "spare parts, tools or equipment..."
    You see that marshals at the end of stage offer a bottle of water? It must be water from a rally HQ in a rally organisers bottle, otherwise it does not refers to the nature of the material

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    Quote Originally Posted by KKS View Post
    You see that marshals at the end of stage offer a bottle of water? It must be water from a rally HQ in a rally organisers bottle, otherwise it does not refers to the nature of the material
    For sure the manufacturer of that bottle didn't meant it to be supplied to the crew Nwhatever in whatever competition
    "With that car, your brain can actually never keep up"
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    so we started to produce "if"'s and "what"'s

    Only real rule of 2.13 that crew can accept everything what organisers give it. Timecards, water, spare alternator belts.. whatever.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KKS View Post
    so we started to produce "if"'s and "what"'s
    Please exclude from that "we".
    "With that car, your brain can actually never keep up"
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    Quote Originally Posted by dimviii View Post


    read the description... - https://www.gettyimages.ae/detail/ne...re-id970960316

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    Quote Originally Posted by danon View Post
    The marshal should not be allowed to hand over one's crew time card to another crew/member.
    Probably right, imagine the uproar if the marshall gave the time card to another competing crew to take to him, who then lost it (or 'lost it' ).

    The fault is still with the driver/codriver who left it behind to start with, but they would not be happy if they went back for it and someone else had taken it and not passed it on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wrc2017 View Post
    no excitement without Meeke
    Meeke gone and we got probably the most exciting rally of the season.

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