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    Quote Originally Posted by Mirek View Post
    So the rally ended but nobody knows who finished on which place. This is a major fuck-up from the organizers.
    They don’t know the times or they just put the wrong ones online?

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    STILL waiting for Lukyanuk, Campedelli and Ingram's times. Crazy.
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    Big mess for the end of the rally, the organizers must be proud....

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    From FIAERC.com

    Giandomenico Basso has scored his 19th FIA European Rally Championship victory on Rally di Roma Capitale, resisting late pressure from Simone Campedelli.

    Basso (Loran SRL) is now eighth on the all-time ERC win list, tied with rallying icon Walter Röhrl and four-time French national champion Bernard Béguin, who was runner-up in the 1980 ERC season.

    A two-time ERC champion himself, Basso used his near two-decades of experience to hold off the challenge of Campedelli (Orange 1 M-Sport Rally Team), who scored a debut podium finish for the new M-Sport Ford Fiesta R5.

    “I’m really happy, it was a really hard race. Thank you to Loran SRL and to my co-driver Lorenzo Granai,” said Basso.

    Filip Mareš (ACCR Czech Rally Team) scored his second consecutive ERC1 Junior championship victory to keep his title hopes alive, beating championship leader Chris Ingram to the top spot, also finishing fifth overall.

    Dariusz Poloński (Rallytechnology) scored his first ERC2 production class victory in his Abarth 124 Rally, also picking up his first Abarth Rally Cup win of the year after three consecutive podiums.

    Ken Torn (Estonian Autosport Junior Team) continued his stunning form in ERC3 and ERC3 Junior, taking his third consecutive victory by beating Czech federation-backed driver Erik Cais.
    Rally fans please help: https://www.gofundme.com/f/back-the-brits-european-rally-championship

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    Finally...

    Lukyank dropped to 4th by 0.1s !

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    Ken Torn lost 30 secs on city stage but still won?

    i dont get it, his competitors lost the same...i suspect the times are wrong by 30 seconds?
    "Some famous quote from some famous person"

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    Quote Originally Posted by EstWRC View Post
    Ken Torn lost 30 secs on city stage but still won?

    i dont get it, his competitors lost the same...i suspect the times are wrong by 30 seconds?
    Please read few posts before. All times have been one big mess. We are waiting for them to correct them. It seems like many are already corrected but plenty still don't make sense.
    Stupid is as stupid does. Forrest Gump

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    Ingram's time FINALLY just came in !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barreis View Post
    Crugnola is the man of the rally. he won most of the stages but puncture destroyed his rally
    Yes, Crugnola should get the Colin McRae Trophy that they used to award in ERC a few years ago. Just look at his stage results:
    https://rally-base.com/crew-profile/...62&ssGroupId=1

    http://www.rallymadness.prv.pl - rally photos and movies!

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    Lukyanuk is the new leader in ERC. He has 7-point advantage over Habaj after this rally.
    http://www.rallymadness.prv.pl - rally photos and movies!

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