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    Quote Originally Posted by Mirek View Post
    There was an interview with Hortek and Kopeckż on Czech TV which I missed but a friend told me that they didn't rule out to continue next year in WRC2. They said they would publish the plans in December (for me that means we continue said in Škoda language). Hortek only said they don't have any plans related to the development of WRC and R2 cars. Kopeckż said he was seeking for a new co-driver and didn't want to end yet.

    I really hope we have proper teams from Škoda, Hyundai, M-Sport and CitroŽn with R5 cars next year.
    Sounds promising.

    I agree potentially WRC2(pro) could be good if all those brands come with proper teams next year.

    Anyone know when regulations for the next generation WRCars will be finalised? I still feel it may be at the back of Skoda’s mind even if they have no plans yet..

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    I take the opposite view.

    Skoda have done it all in WRC2 and proven how good their car and driver's are as a pure R5 team.

    In future I'd prefer to see a new battle with just the WRC team's R5 cars. Hopefully with Toyota too as soon as possible.
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    Nikolay Gryazin will be back in 2020: https://www.lemagsportauto.com/inter...aniques/45152/

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    So did Loubet win the title then?

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    Quote Originally Posted by RS View Post
    So did Loubet win the title then?
    Yes

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    I believe these are the final results of WRC2:
    https://www.wrc.com/en/wrc-2/results...37-256---.html

    They show that you don't need enormous experience in WRC in order to be quick. In their first full seasons in WRC Kajto and Gryazin were much quicker than Veiby, Katsuta and Solberg.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jarek Z View Post
    I believe these are the final results of WRC2:
    https://www.wrc.com/en/wrc-2/results...37-256---.html

    They show that you don't need enormous experience in WRC in order to be quick. In their first full seasons in WRC Kajto and Gryazin were much quicker than Veiby, Katsuta and Solberg.
    Petter Solberg got same amount of wins that Kajto/Gryazin...

    All 3 are great drivers !!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jarek Z View Post
    I believe these are the final results of WRC2:
    https://www.wrc.com/en/wrc-2/results...37-256---.html

    They show that you don't need enormous experience in WRC in order to be quick. In their first full seasons in WRC Kajto and Gryazin were much quicker than Veiby, Katsuta and Solberg.
    Quicker? Have You followed the rallies? The word quick has different meaning than point score.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jarek Z View Post
    were much quicker than Veiby, Katsuta and Solberg.
    Henning? Petter? Oliver?

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    Quote Originally Posted by AnttiL View Post
    Henning? Petter? Oliver?
    I thought it was obvious that I meant Henning. He was the only Solberg competing in WRC2 on a regular basis.
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