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    Quote Originally Posted by deephouse View Post
    Ostber bought it then sell it to Tanak.
    https://www.ewrc-results.com/carinfo...c-17/?car=1659
    Thought Gross bought the Østberg car, has he sold it again?

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    [WRC] News & Rumours 2019

    Quote Originally Posted by Sulland View Post
    https://www.ewrc-results.com/carinfo...c-17/?car=1659
    Thought Gross bought the Østberg car, has he sold it again?
    Technically OT Racing bought it from Mads and Georg Gross has driven it. OT=Ott Tänak

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barreis View Post
    Janne Tuohino bought fiesta??? remember him as a super quick driver
    In his day, he was really good. One of wasted talents in a way, even though he managed to get a factory deal. But surely he's one of the "what if" guys. Just look what he did in Sweden in 2004. Or even last year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Allez Andruet View Post
    In his day, he was really good. One of wasted talents in a way, even though he managed to get a factory deal. But surely he's one of the "what if" guys. Just look what he did in Sweden in 2004. Or even last year.
    Yes, Tuohino was a great driver. I remember some rallies where he, driving a private car, was faster than many works crews.
    http://www.rallymadness.prv.pl - rally photos and movies!

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    Why didnt get more outings? Lack of money? I remember him being much more promising than Hirvonen for example

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    As far as I remember Tuohino was only really competitive in Sweden and Finland.

    He was quite decent in Sweden last year though in a Fabia R5.

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    Hirvonen had backings and Touhino hadn't. i remember that he let some of the works drivers in front of him (that was in Sweden I think)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barreis View Post
    Janne Tuohino bought fiesta??? remember him as a super quick driver. what about Block's car??
    Lets see what the future brings. “Munchi’s” style

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    Quote Originally Posted by masa90 View Post
    Why didnt get more outings? Lack of money? I remember him being much more promising than Hirvonen for example
    He did have quite a wealthy backer in Finland during early 00's, but ofcourse additional resources would not have hurt. I think the partial season he did with Skoda in 2005 didn't go that well, and after that he never got it going again (few outings in a Xsara in 2006 being the exception). But hey, he's younger than Loeb, so who knows - maybe Tuohino is the next one on Hyundai's wishlist.
    ku ois neljä pyörää ku vetäis ni ois vähän eri sekunnit kyllä pätkillä, sen mä takaan

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    Quote Originally Posted by Allez Andruet View Post
    He did have quite a wealthy backer in Finland during early 00's, but ofcourse additional resources would not have hurt. I think the partial season he did with Skoda in 2005 didn't go that well, and after that he never got it going again (few outings in a Xsara in 2006 being the exception). But hey, he's younger than Loeb, so who knows - maybe Tuohino is the next one on Hyundai's wishlist.
    Go for a Senior Team instead with someone like Frigyes Turan (with Loeb and Tuohino) etc

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