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    Senior Member EstWRC's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by denkimi View Post
    Far from perfect, corrections for oversteer everywhere.
    Yet, the fastest off them all.
    Well no surprise because he said after morning loop he had understeer. Although you mention oversteer

    Anyway, he wasn’t satisfied with the morning loop
    Last edited by EstWRC; 23rd August 2019 at 21:11.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mise View Post
    Why can't it be like:
    first place showing all cars
    Second place showing all cars

    Very hard to compare the lines when the first place in vid is showed again after
    26 cars from 15 different places?
    This.

    The explanation I've heard that the shuffle-edited videos get more views, and that all the best shots must be in the beginning of the video.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Indreq View Post
    One Estonian reporter asked Ott why is his lead over Neuville so small at the end of day - Ott was clearly amused by stupidity of the question and responded that not all rallies can be decided on 1st day and obviously other drivers also can drive fast.

    That said - Thierry is somewhat anomaly, rest of the pack are 20+ secs behind already, something we are not surprised to see this year. Seems that changed rear wing of Yaris did not change the balance of things much.
    Neuville & Hyundai are suited really well for this rally. They should be happy that Tanak is even leading.
    "With that car, your brain can actually never keep up"
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    I didn't see it mentioned here or in the highlights, but Ogier had a pretty heavy touch with a haybale when he slid wide. This was in the forest at the end of Mittelmosel 2.

    Very nice rally to follow. Neuville and Tanak both impressive and committed in the fast sections. Tanak - or the Toyota - very nimble, clean start-stop driving is what gets him those tens of seconds.
    Ouninpohja!

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    Quote Originally Posted by AnttiL View Post
    This.

    The explanation I've heard that the shuffle-edited videos get more views, and that all the best shots must be in the beginning of the video.
    The point is that for every one geek who uses the video for analytical purposes there is like thousand others who just want to enjoy some fun watching it.
    Stupid is as stupid does. Forrest Gump

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    How much of the Panzerplatte stage is in poor condition ( as shown by the Finn reporter)? Would the organisers have been better to run the 'virtual chicanes' through the broken 'concrete' sections?
    IMO consider an organisational fail to run the stage like that. Guess summer NATO tank training has caused the damage and the military does not want to fix it and the organisers don't want to pay to repair the track?
    The 'virtual chicanes' can be run through the rough or too fast sections with RallySafe and road cones marking the start/ end of the sections.

    Teams will be fuming if their rally is ruined by lumpy concrete on what is supposed to be a hard surface event.

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    Will be interesting to see how it pans out.

    Remember in corsica all the drivers were very concerned about the gravel section on one stage, where only half the road had been finished with tarmac. In reality it wasn't an issue at all.

    Could be the case here where everyone thinks punctures will effect at least 4/5/6 of the top 10 or so, but in reality everyone is extra alert and has marked the worst spots in their notes to drive around/avoid.

    Or..., a lot of the road really is as bad as stated/shown, and it's an absolute demolition out there and a total lottery which nobody wants.

    Remains to be seen whether drivers will drive at current full pace or back off and play it sensible, hoping others slip up.

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    No chance to follow the rally today but from the results and some comments here it seems the C3 is preventing Ogier to match Tanak and Neuville brilliant pace; hope that tomorrow some tech miracle will allow the French to get closer to the lead, keeping the title figth as open as possible. Incredible job from Rovanpera in WRC2 and a big disappointment from the Fiesta Mk2 R5; those having doubts about the car performance were, regrettably, right.
    Rally addict since 1982

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    Quote Originally Posted by AnttiL View Post
    This.

    The explanation I've heard that the shuffle-edited videos get more views, and that all the best shots must be in the beginning of the video.
    Important to get the first 5 min really good as that's the average watch time usually, you can go from a few thousands on a stage by stage video to a few hundred thousand or even millions on a shuffle video. That's why
    "Die with memories, not with dreams" Scott McIsaac
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    It will be interesting to see what Sordo can do with a better start position, not that he is in contention for anything now sadly. Same with Gus with that start order he has the best chance of showing his ability.

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