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    Well done Petr! Very important move from ERC!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andre Oliveira View Post
    FIA Regional Rally Championships

    The format of the FIA Asia-Pacific Rally Championship will be changed in 2019 to help competitors with logistics and add value to the title. Two APRC Cups, organised into smaller territories, will be held as qualifiers for a final. The APRC Asia and Pacific Cups for Drivers and Co-drivers will be held over a minimum of three events and all results will be taken into account. After participation in two rallies in an APRC Cup, drivers will automatically qualify for the final, which will be alternately hosted in a different Asia or Pacific country each year. Based on the results of the final, the following titles will be awarded:

    FIA Asia-Pacific Rally Championship for Drivers and Co-drivers

    FIA Junior APRC Championship for Drivers (under the age of 28 years)

    FIA Asia-Pacific Rally Championship for Manufacturers

    APRC Nations Trophy

    APRC Team Trophy

    Competitors will also be permitted to enter categories of cars approved by ASNs holding APRC rounds.

    In order to simplify the naming of titles in the FIA European Rally Championship, the FIA ERC Junior Championship U27 for Drivers will now be known as the FIA ERC 3 Junior Championship and the U28 series will become the FIA ERC 1 Junior Championship.

    R4-Kit and R-GT cars will be eligible in the ERC 2 Championship from 2019.

    https://www.fia.com/news/fia-announc...l-decisions-12
    I just think that APRC Finale in India do the same thing that NASCAR's season finale does.

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    "No WRC 2 registration fee will be requested from competitors who hold a licence from the ASN of the organising country for the first event in which they participate."

    Tbh i don't understand that bit.

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    That means that locals who do only one ERC event don't need to pay ERC registration fee to have better starting position like it used to be in several last years. This is very good news.
    Stupid is as stupid does. Forrest Gump

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mirek View Post
    That means that locals who do only one ERC event don't need to pay ERC registration fee to have better starting position like it used to be in several last years. This is very good news.
    perfect. Thank's a lot!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mirek View Post
    that means that locals who do only one erc event don't need to pay erc registration fee to have better starting position like it used to be in several last years. This is very good news.
    It’s WRC2

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    Ups, why is that in ERC forum then?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Andre Oliveira View Post
    R4-Kit and R-GT cars will be eligible in the ERC 2 Championship from 2019.
    That means R4 won’t run in the same category than R5. Well done. Hope it’ll be the same in the other FIA series and especially on the national championships.
    Rally addict since 1982

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    Quote Originally Posted by dodge33cymru View Post
    What's R4-K ?
    It's the actual name of the new R4 cars built on Oreca's kit. I believe they use this name to make a difference from the previous R4 (FIA N4 upgraded cars), which is still allowed in some series.
    Rally addict since 1982

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    Herczig:



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    They announced that they will be doing 7 ERC rounds next year, no word on which they will skip, but I thibk it might be Italy as it is around Veszprém Rally's timeslot, and I think they will do that event again next year.
    Last edited by TWRC; 7th December 2018 at 14:33.

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