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    Quote Originally Posted by er88 View Post
    What do you guys think would be the "fairest" time loss they'll give Ogier compared with Meeke's time?
    1 minute slower... you have to take the puncture into account as well.
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    If I will be giving notional times, I should give time of Meeke to Ogier. And for Latvala time of Sordo, same like for the rest of the field.

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    �� ���� @RallyMexico SS10 ��

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    2️⃣ @ElfynEvans +12.1s
    3️⃣ @OttTanak +19.1s
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    (2/2) Red flag stopped the stage before @SebOgier & @JariMattiWRC could set a time. They'll both get notional times so the overall standings are provisional

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    Quote Originally Posted by er88 View Post
    What do you guys think would be the "fairest" time loss they'll give Ogier compared with Meeke's time?
    His last competitive split was 3rd, where his time was -8,5s vs Meeke's -17,9s. Multiply that by the factor of stage remaining and you get predicted loss at the end. That doesn't take into account possible tactics (Ogier often makes most at the end of the stage) or conditions (was his puncture getting better or worse) but it's based on facts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonkka View Post
    Clerk of the Course decides:

    Art 39: When a special stage is interrupted or stopped for any reason, each crew affected will be allocated by the
    clerk of the course a time which is judged the fairest.
    Thank you. I think, this minute, I am glad that I am not the clerk of the course.

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    I think there is two options:

    1. Both Ogier and Latvala get Evans time (same as SS1), that helps Ogier.

    2. The most "fair" they could do is to give Ogier time relative to Meeke based on split 4 (if he didn't get red flag just before) and Latvala after split 2.

    That would mean Ogier looses 18s and is 3s ahead of Meeke

    (Doesn't really matter how it benefits Latvala or not imo as he is in SR and a few tens of seconds don't matter)

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    Quote Originally Posted by dimviii View Post
    i am very curious to see what times they will give.

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    Quote Originally Posted by er88 View Post
    Why did they red flag the stage anyway?

    Meeke and Evans had already gone through and it was only Ogier and Latvala left.

    If you're gonna red flag it, do it after the WRC cars are through. 2nd gear corner and no real danger, worse cases of cars being stuck in Sweden ffs
    It's either dangerous, or it isn't. They can't say they'll wait until after the WRC cars have passed just to keep the show on the road.

    I think the most dangerous element was where the co-driver was stood... probably not an ideal spot and one a spectator wouldn't be allowed to stand in.

    I'm pretty sure it was Meeke who flagged the official down after his brief interview with Colin Clarke after the end of the stage.

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    They just messed up with that red flag. You should either do it immediately, already for the first car passing after Lappi, or you shouldn't do it at all... Now it's impossible to make any correct decision.

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    SS10 and SS13 are same, usually 2nd runnings time has something to with their decicions (SS2 El Chokolade decicions went like that)
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