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    Senior Member Fast Eddie WRC's Avatar
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    Toyota launch is tomorrow at Tokyo AutoSalon.

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    Whatís rally Germany like to spectate? Iíve heard itís not the best?

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    Quote Originally Posted by the sniper View Post
    Off topic, but do you know what David's plans are?
    I do not know about competition plans but see the Facebook page for Higgins Motorsport Services, Limited that's listed as a training/coaching service. It looks like it was set up at the end of November. There is a nice video put together thanking him for his service to Subaru of America.

    https://www.facebook.com/higginsmotorsportservicesltd/
    Last edited by Gregor-y; 9th January 2020 at 17:35.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Henryfiles View Post
    What’s rally Germany like to spectate? I’ve heard it’s not the best?
    I've been a couple of times.

    I'm complementary about it. Especially if the weather is nice. However in October...

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    Colin McMaster
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    WRC Champ Ott Tšnak will stick with number '8' throughout 2020. Last time the World Champion started a WRC rally without #1 on the door was Juha Kankkunen on the 1994 Sanremo Rally. His Toyota Celica GT-Four ran with No.3

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    Who will have No.1 then?
    Stupid is as stupid does. Forrest Gump

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mirek View Post
    Who will have No.1 then?
    Nobody. #1 is reserved for WDC and if tge driver chooses ,,his own,, nr then so it is

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    Honestly I liked it more when all numbers on the entry list were earned by performance in the championship, and not randomly chosen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tommeke_B View Post
    Honestly I liked it more when all numbers on the entry list were earned by performance in the championship, and not randomly chosen.
    It was pretty random before as well.

    The champion had #1 and his team had the following numbers, then the numbers were allocated by the team championship order. The numbers were allocated for the teams, not for drivers. A team could switch drivers for their numbers. Remember how Citroen had cars 7-9 in 2017 but for example Al-Qassimi drove a different number on each of the four rallies he did? Or Neuville had #5 in 2018 although we could consider him the "number one" driver of Hyundai (Mikkelsen had #4)?

    Then, before 1995, it was usually only that previous year winner had #1 and everything else was decided by the organizers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AnttiL View Post
    It was pretty random before as well.

    The champion had #1 and his team had the following numbers, then the numbers were allocated by the team championship order. The numbers were allocated for the teams, not for drivers. A team could switch drivers for their numbers. Remember how Citroen had cars 7-9 in 2017 but for example Al-Qassimi drove a different number on each of the four rallies he did? Or Neuville had #5 in 2018 although we could consider him the "number one" driver of Hyundai (Mikkelsen had #4)?

    Then, before 1995, it was usually only that previous year winner had #1 and everything else was decided by the organizers.
    Maybe random, but still better than this joke...

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