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    Hyundai Manu Champions 2019...

    That's three different winners (M-Sport 2017, Toyota 2018) since the new 2017 Cars arrived.

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    Our review of 2019 aero modifications, test days and jokers. Hope you enjoy it!

    https://www.wrcwings.tech/2019/11/14...ys-and-jokers/
    WRCWings - Aerodynamics of WRC

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    And here's my review of the 2019 stages

    http://itgetsfasternow.com/2019/11/1...n-2019-review/

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    Citroen won't stay in WRC beyond 2021, PSA confirms

    https://www.motorsport.com/wrc/news/...rally/4597532/
    Chris Ingram (GBR) - Ross Whittock (GBR)
    * European Rally Champions 2019 *


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    What do manufacters do with all cars they produced? On ewrc info, each have produced more or less 20-22 '17 spec cars.

    1. So some of them are racing and rotating
    2. Few for testing
    3. Few are sold (only M-sport)
    4. Few are crashed/burned

    And what about others?
    Maybe they are used for sponsor exibitions, dealer centres and etc. ?

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    Yes, or standing in the garage. Not anything irregular amongst factories. Toyota has a few in museums, including Japan i believe. If you look at previous generations, VW for example, then you see that apart from a few (2?) converted into WRX, all are standing somewhere....like their Dakar Touaregs.

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    Yes, or standing in the garage. Not anything irregular amongst factories. Toyota has a few in museums, including Japan i believe. If you look at previous generations, VW for example, then you see that apart from a few (2?) converted into WRX, all are standing somewhere....like their Dakar Touaregs.

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    Redbull TV have posted a season review which includes some driver and team principal interviews filmed in Coffs Harbour. Very interesting answer from Seb Ogier when asked about what he is doing next year
    https://www.redbull.com/int-en/event...ghlights-video
    https://twitter.com/KiwiWRCfan adding a fans perspective to Twitter

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