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    Ok, agreed.
    Maybe he need to borrow the mini to Kalle, Grønholm or Hirvonen, jut to get the car sorted and the set up right.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sulland View Post
    Ok, agreed.
    Maybe he need to borrow the mini to Kalle, Grønholm or Hirvonen, jut to get the car sorted and the set up right.
    Tahko is quite good driver, car just isn´t ready.
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    Daniel Marban at the wheel of the new Dacia Sandero R4 was second overall in Rallysprint de Cobeña (Spain).

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    A week later Daniel Marban was 10th overall in Rallye Ciudad de Granada, a round of Spanish gravel championship. He couldn't keep up with the pace of Sebastien Loeb

    Final results:
    1. Sébastien Loeb/Daniel Elena (F/MC) Hyundai i20 Coupé WRC 1:05.11,9
    2. Xevi Pons/Rodrigo Sanjuan (E) Skoda Fabia R5 +2.32,1
    3. Javier Pardo/Adrián Pérez (E) Skoda Fabia R5 +3.36,9
    4. Alexander Villanueva/Antonio Pintor (E) Skoda Fabia R5 +4.17,4
    5. Gorka Eizmendi/Diego Sanjuan (E) Ford Fiesta R5 +5.51,9
    6. Surhayen Pernía/Alba Sánchez (E) Hyundai i20 R5 +6.26,0
    7. Juan Carlos Quintana/Rogelio Peñate (E) Citroën DS3 N5 +6.51,8
    8. Alfredo Tamés/Ramón Suárez (E) Ford Fiesta N5 +7.01,6
    9. Fran Cima/Alain Peña (E) Renault Clio N5 +7.21,4
    10. Daniel Marbán/Victor Ferrero (E) Dacia Sandero R4 +10.13,5

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    Last edited by Jarek Z; 19th October 2019 at 20:32.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jarek Z View Post
    A week later Daniel Marban was 10th overall in Rallye Ciudad de Granada, a round of Spanish gravel championship. He couldn't keep up with the pace of Sebastien Loeb

    Final results:
    1. Sébastien Loeb/Daniel Elena (F/MC) Hyundai i20 Coupé WRC 1:05.11,9
    2. Xevi Pons/Rodrigo Sanjuan (E) Skoda Fabia R5 +2.32,1
    3. Javier Pardo/Adrián Pérez (E) Skoda Fabia R5 +3.36,9
    4. Alexander Villanueva/Antonio Pintor (E) Skoda Fabia R5 +4.17,4
    5. Gorka Eizmendi/Diego Sanjuan (E) Ford Fiesta R5 +5.51,9
    6. Surhayen Pernía/Alba Sánchez (E) Hyundai i20 R5 +6.26,0
    7. Juan Carlos Quintana/Rogelio Peñate (E) Citroën DS3 N5 +6.51,8
    8. Alfredo Tamés/Ramón Suárez (E) Ford Fiesta N5 +7.01,6
    9. Fran Cima/Alain Peña (E) Renault Clio N5 +7.21,4
    10. Daniel Marbán/Victor Ferrero (E) Dacia Sandero R4 +10.13,5

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    He was also slower than N5 cars

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    Quote Originally Posted by PLuto View Post
    He was also slower than N5 cars
    I think that this result was what I expected for it, N5 cars have developed during those years running, altough all the N5 that were in Granda are from RMC (and ARV ones suchs as the Suzuki are also more developed), otherwise there are some problems in final scrutineering with one of the N5 that was sealed for further inspection

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    The good thing is that the tempo is ok, and that it reaches the checkered flag.
    They will get fine tuned after drivers get to know it, and tuners get data from rallies.

    I still mean R4 is a perfect car for regional and national series. Also new R3awd!

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    Quote Originally Posted by PLuto View Post
    He was also slower than N5 cars
    It’s fair to say that Marban is a tarmac specialist with little gravel experience. At the same event Pryce was P2 last year (only behind Pons Fabia R5) on R4’s world debut.
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    The Sandero is in the Condroz Rally this weekend:
    https://www.facebook.com/enseignespl...type=3&theater
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    Jupsin Florian was finally 35th in the Condroz Rally. I heard an interview with him on the radio. He said he was happy with the chassis, but the car lacks power. He thinks it is limited too much, and only for it not beating R5 category cars (he thinks). He hopes this will improve.

    Hope we will see some video footage of the car going through the dirty slipery roads of the Condroz Rally. First appearance of an R4 in Belgium.
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