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    [WRC] Tour de Corse 2019

    https://www.rally-maps.com/Tour-de-Corse-2019

    The route is out, quite much new again compared to last year, only two stages have remained. Friday driven in the South end of the island, Saturday at North-West near Bastia and Sunday at Nort-East near Calvi (for the first time since 2013). And stage count is now up to 14!

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    entrylist http://www.tourdecorse.com/site/wp-c...Corse-2019.pdf

    only 2 guys in WRC2PRO, Rovanpera and Pieniazek but otherwise amazing WRC2 list with Camilli, Kajetanowic, Veiby, Katsuta, Loubet

    and of course JWRC too.
    "Some famous quote from some famous person"

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    Quote Originally Posted by EstWRC View Post
    entrylist http://www.tourdecorse.com/site/wp-c...Corse-2019.pdf

    only 2 guys in WRC2PRO, Rovanpera and Pieniazek but otherwise amazing WRC2 list with Camilli, Kajetanowic, Veiby, Katsuta, Loubet
    Bonato, maybe Gryazin and especially Ciamin I would find more interesting for Corsica than Veiby or Katsuta.

    WRC2 Pro very weak though.. no Kopecky, Greensmith, Ostberg. I thought European rounds would be better at least.

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    This WRC2Pro turned out to be a real joke...

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    Andolfi was strong last year there.
    Now back to Hyundai, I don't know if he will be able to be as fast.

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    Kajetanowicz is testing his new car with BRR in Austria. Tour de Corse will be his debut.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xlIxA9fhKfE
    Last edited by Jarek Z; 6th March 2019 at 15:07.
    http://www.rallymadness.prv.pl - rally photos and movies!

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    Quote Originally Posted by EstWRC View Post
    entrylist http://www.tourdecorse.com/site/wp-c...Corse-2019.pdf

    only 2 guys in WRC2PRO, Rovanpera and Pieniazek but otherwise amazing WRC2 list
    FIA Rule says that WRC2 numbers start from 41-
    MC and Corsica have their own rules, Sweden and Mexico have used FIA rule.
    Stupid that "french" can do what they want!
    "quattro best 4wd rallycar ever"

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    Quote Originally Posted by pantealex View Post
    FIA Rule says that WRC2 numbers start from 41-
    MC and Corsica have their own rules, Sweden and Mexico have used FIA rule.
    Stupid that "french" can do what they want!
    Yes it is weird that these things seem to happen every year, and it is either Monte or Corsica (or both).

    Talking about numbers, I still dislike the permanent numbers for WRC crews - this idea works fine with F1 or other series that have a very limited number of participants, but not at all with WRC. It is made even weirder with the numbering rules for WRC2 and JWRC, where the numbers start from 21 and 41 (or 71 for some french reason) but if some permanent WRC crew (like Evans) has a number in the middle of these brackets, this number is skipped over.

    Also are the permanent WRC numbers always "frozen", even if the crew is not taking part in a certain rally? I noticed that for Corsica Bertelli's permanent number 37 is used by Solans in WRC2, but Mikkelsen's number 89 is not used, it is skipped over - typical FIA "logic". Also, what constitutes a permanent number - a single entry in WRC in one rally and you can lock that number down? For how long? Idiotic system.

    I truly hope that most of the drivers in WRC will continue to choose small (2-20) numbers in general, so that entry lists don't become totally unreadable. Or that the whole system is ditched in couple of seasons time.

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    Loubet livery for Corsica



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    Quote Originally Posted by pantealex View Post
    FIA Rule says that WRC2 numbers start from 41-
    MC and Corsica have their own rules, Sweden and Mexico have used FIA rule.
    Stupid that "french" can do what they want!
    Or alternatively, 'stupid' that they can't all do what they want.
    aka Rodger Davies

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