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    Armchair General Mirek's Avatar
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    Gr.A/gr.N is dead and already burried by a thick dust. It's nothing but history. Get used to that finally and look what can be done now in the current world.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mirek View Post
    Gr.A/gr.N is dead and already burried by a thick dust. It's nothing but history. Get used to that finally and look what can be done now in the current world.
    Youíre free to find me nostalgic, but Iím not; Iím concerned about the sport future and pissed to see that the FIA doesnít care to get more liberal homologation rules to allow private tuners providing rally cars for a fraction of the price of those made by the manus monopoly.

    Are you satisfied with having only 2 R1 cars and 2 R2ís homologated in 3 years? How many new R5 homologations are expected next year? And WRCís in 2022? Letís face it: without a larger diversity of cars and brands the sport canít progress and private tuners are vital to bring that diversity back.
    Rally addict since 1982

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    Why do you think "private tuners" will be able to produce parts for less than a manufacturer, who does it on a larger scale?
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