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    WRC ADAC Deutschland Rallye 2018

    2018 ADAC Deutschland Rallye road program include 18 stages : one new super special stage open it (St Wendel) & one new Power Stage "Bosenberg" finished it, check full details ► http://bit.ly/2HssHkp

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    Update ADAC Deutschland Rallye road program with timing + kms + Shakedown in St Wendeler Land : full details ► http://bit.ly/2HssHkp

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    Commentator on BT yesterday said Citroen would have three cars in Germany, Loeb again?

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    Quote Originally Posted by RS View Post
    Commentator on BT yesterday said Citroen would have three cars in Germany, Loeb again?
    Does anyone know what Al Qassimi's program is for remainder of this year ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by KiwiWRCfan View Post
    Does anyone know what Al Qassimi's program is for remainder of this year ?
    The way the guy said it suggested it would be a good driver.

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    maybe Mads again or Loeb then.

    cant see anyone else besides those.
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    I realized that Neuville secured basically road opener position for Deutschland, which will be a great advantage. He would have to retire Finland with Ogier winning and even getting power stage points in order to lose that position.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AnttiL View Post
    I realized that Neuville secured basically road opener position for Deutschland, which will be a great advantage. He would have to retire Finland with Ogier winning and even getting power stage points in order to lose that position.
    On the other hand, Saturday+Sunday runs in reverse rally order, so even if Thierry takes a few seconds out of him by pulling dirt in from the cuts, Ogier will have nicely rubbered-in lines for the next two days, especially on Panzerplatte, where cutting would be ill-advised. Plus, if I were Neuville, I'm not sure how many deep cuts I would be comfortable taking, given what happened last year. Yeah, I'm sure Hyundai think they've fixed the problem, but they've thought that for five years and it keeps coming back in one form or another.

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    We can be fairly sure that if Neuville wins then Ogier will probably blame his road position anyway.

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