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    Quote Originally Posted by Allez Andruet View Post
    Maybe such proposal wouldn't sound too attractive if you're a rim supplier... But sure there is work to be done at TGR. Mäkinen confirmed in a Finnish interview that they had stronger rims in Corsica than they had in Monte but that obviously didn't fix the issue.
    Maybe they should just ask to have the same strength as others. If I remember correctly at the Monte they admitted they were pushing to have lighter rims and maybe they went too far.

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    so all categories at Corsica changed leader at power stage.
    Have it happened again?

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    WRC2 Pro didn't change

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    Quote Originally Posted by mknight View Post
    WRC2 Pro didn't change
    this couldnt change ,just 1 crew finished lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by dimviii View Post
    i am almost sure that thats performance is under Adamo orders.
    Neuville worst stage at Corsica was stage 4 where he lost 6,5 sec at 17,6 stage kms.This stage was the worst for all hyundais
    take a look at Sordo and Loeb too
    https://www.ewrc-results.com/results...2019/?s=218773

    Sordo with brake problems midstage while he is slow at 1st split.
    After midstage with the brake problem lost less than from stage start(strange brake problem)

    and Neuvilles comment that car is good but it moves a lot.
    How is it good when moves a lot?
    Also if you take a look Hyundai with this result is leading manufacture points,and seems that this is the target at all costs.
    It was quite a big battle this weekend. What was the feeling when Thierry won?
    AA:
    Honestly, I was ready to accept the defeat. I’m very clear with myself, the team and the car performance. I couldn’t ask Thierry and Nicolas for miracles because they already exceeded the physical limits. I was pretty ready to accept the second place. It would have given us the lead in the Manufacturers’ FIA World Rally Championship. I’m happy but I’m realistic. Meeke’s puncture helped us to gain a place.

    https://www.fia.com/news/wrc-t-neuvi...ns-not-bad-one


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    "Q:
    Andrea Adamo, yesterday you felt that Thierry was the one leading the rally and not the team. How do you feel now?
    AA:
    I cannot say that I’m not happy but without the punctures, we wouldn’t have won. We have to recognise that the team wasn’t at its best this weekend. I don’t think we won as Hyundai. Thierry won, Hyundai didn’t."
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    Sounds like it's aimed both on the car and Sordo +Loeb.

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    How confident are you moving forward to Argentina?
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    I’m realistic: we have to be more competitive. We have two crews well-placed in the starting order. I hope we won’t have any crashes in Argentina. We lost an opportunity in Mexico. We have to focus on being more competitive.
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    This is clearly aimed at both Mikkelsen (Mexico) but also Loeb here.

    Fun chap to work with I guess
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    "Some famous quote from some famous person"

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    look how Neuville takes that corner at 1:45, compared to Ogier in the beginning of the video, Tänak at 2:25 and Evans at 2:55. Amazing late braking by Ciamin at 3:05, i was sure he was going straight

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6TM3tWbff-w
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    Quote Originally Posted by EstWRC View Post
    look how Neuville takes that corner at 1:45, compared to Ogier in the beginning of the video, Tänak at 2:25 and Evans at 2:55.
    Huge differences indeed! Good video, thanks for posting!
    http://www.rallymadness.prv.pl - rally photos and movies!

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