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    It was damp.

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    A rock, size of a gabbage, can be damp or dry...or you are not doing offtopic.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pantealex View Post
    Gryazin is going to start with Fabia EVO which their team SRT already has received.
    I think he will start with the previous car not the Evo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Got Mail View Post
    I think he will start with the previous car not the Evo.
    It´s possible but he said that he is starting with EVO.
    "quattro best 4wd rallycar ever"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tauri_J View Post
    It was damp.
    Are you referring to Rally Turkey 2018? It was maybe damp for a few kilometres in the beginning of SS2. However, Neuville gained advantage by not having to drive in dust. Also the later cars were already suffering from the roads being rougher and stones being dug up. The Toyotas were also lost with their setup, struggling with grip. Tänak lowered the ride height for SS5 and won it. Remember, this was after Toyotas had suffered really bad on Mexico, Portugal and Sardegna, so they were playing it safe.

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    AnttiL, or any other members... please can anyone tell me where the section is that the Hyundai is on at 25 secs in the video and if it it being used this year:

    https://youtu.be/JyfXUJyOZKo


    many thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by T16 View Post
    AnttiL, or any other members... please can anyone tell me where the section is that the Hyundai is on at 25 secs in the video and if it it being used this year:

    https://youtu.be/JyfXUJyOZKo


    many thanks.
    Aberhirnant. If you look at the rally planner, it's the fast section that runs parallel to Car park H, I'd say between 504 and 651 on the OS map. So it's being run this year but as AnttiL told me, that stage will be run in the opposite direction to that video. Might be even more impressive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by er88 View Post
    Aberhirnant. If you look at the rally planner, it's the fast section that runs parallel to Car park H, I'd say between 504 and 651 on the OS map. So it's being run this year but as AnttiL told me, that stage will be run in the opposite direction to that video. Might be even more impressive.
    Excellent, thanks for the reply.

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    Quote Originally Posted by T16 View Post
    Excellent, thanks for the reply.
    No bother. Thinking of heading there myself, if I can make it work with time off work/ finding some spare cash to head down to wales this year.

    Across a whole weekend/ different stages, i always try to find a variety of really fast sections and slower, technical corners. Was going to head to that section of Aberhirnant in 2017, but instead decided to do other stages in the morning and then when we got there for the 2nd pass, we were at the bottom of car park H and had too long a walk before the stage started. There was horrendous fog and it was dark anyway, so didnt miss much.

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    Are you still able to leave the main spectator areas? Last time I was there was in 2008 back then you could walk the whole stage if you wanted too.

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