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    Irish Tarmac Rally Championship 19

    Galway the first round with Craig Breen adding WRC interest to a quality line up. Looks like being a great year with the likes of Alistair Fisher returning after a year off and some of the fomer WRC machinery drivers switching to R5 machinery. Only issue is there has been some controversy over R5 cars being converted to RHD.

    https://results.shannonsportsit.ie/results.php

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    Alastair Fisher leads Breen after SS2 !

    Sam Moffett OTR on the 1st stage.. crew ok.
    Last edited by Fast Eddie WRC; 10th February 2019 at 10:16.

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    The ITC deserves some online result system which doesn't look like from the 90'. Any student of informatics can do that nowadays.
    Stupid is as stupid does. Forrest Gump

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    When I look at that, I changed my mind about ukranian online results system ))

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    Also live facebook reports from the finish of every stage ; https://www.facebook.com/pg/onthepacenote/posts/

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    From Your link - crash of Sam Moffet: https://www.facebook.com/ray.stack.1...4OTkxMTU2NTYy/
    Stupid is as stupid does. Forrest Gump

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mirek View Post
    The ITC deserves some online result system which doesn't look like from the 90'. Any student of informatics can do that nowadays.
    The official Twitter is giving eWRC for times !

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    Real shame Fisher had a spin on SS3. Breen into the lead and will be hard to catch as he gets used to the Fiesta.

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    Fiesher did not give up but in the end Breen won by 14,4 seconds. Also great performance by Damian Tourish with the Escort!

    By the way... I haven't followed ITC in last couple of years but I remember that Irish events used to be some of he longest in whole Europe. Are there some new rules limiting the stage distance or how come that the rally is now maybe 1/3 of what it used to be few years back?
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    Great to see Alastair Fisher back for the 2019 season. He will certainly give the Moffett's some much needed strong competition.

    Youngster Jon Armstrong was impressive here and is looking a very good future prospect.

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