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    Congrats to Luky for a deserved title but also to Solberg and Breen, for providing the best ERC season of the last years. Hope Eurosport manages to get more top drivers next season, as the ERC seems now more interesting than the divided WRC2/3.

    Incredible turnaround on the spanish series; once this isnít about one rally but rather the whole season, huge congrats to Lopez, his codriver and Sports&You team. Well done guys!

    Lopez main rivals, Suarez and Solans, also deserve hats off, just like Fourmaux for the rally win and Ares for the pace. Fingers crossed for 2021, hoping we get over covid ASAP.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bluuford View Post
    Nice rally So, who is codrivers champion?
    Yep, ideal for weather experts . Codrivers title probably went to Eremeev, Luky codriver until this event.
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    Lukyanuk didn’t seem delighted with his title but he did seem quite emotional. Perhaps something going on with him we don’t know about.

    Didn’t quite seem himself all year tbh, maybe the toll of having to constantly worry about budget and drive with caution in mind when he’s naturally more of a ‘fighter’

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    Quote Originally Posted by RS View Post
    Lukyanuk didn’t seem delighted with his title but he did seem quite emotional. Perhaps something going on with him we don’t know about.

    Didn’t quite seem himself all year tbh, maybe the toll of having to constantly worry about budget and drive with caution in mind when he’s naturally more of a ‘fighter’
    imho it was that he couldnt drive as he wanted.
    I can understand him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dimviii View Post
    imho it was that he couldnt drive as he wanted.
    I can understand him.
    The weather conditions were a real shame here, not so much that it rained but that it became such a lottery. Could have been an epic battle had it been dry and we’d have had more helicopter footage too. But under the circumstances we should be happy the rally happened at all.

    Maybe if Luky carries on next year he should drive for wins instead of thinking about the championship title, he’d probably enjoy it more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dimviii View Post
    lol what are you talking about man?
    nobody pushed at this stage.
    Pernia was second,Munster third,and Marczyk fourth.
    Mikkelsens pace was almost zero.Wrong tyre choices had most of crews at some point.
    But even when their choice was so and so,managed to make decent times.
    Thats not a pace from a wrc regular.
    Lol you just messed things completely.

    a) The results you mention are from SS16, I was talking about SS15 which he won by 6s, largest gap of any stage win in the rally.

    b) The 3 drivers you mentioned were on 4 slicks whole afternoon...and still they didn't beat him on those two stages in full dry while he and everyone else in top 10 had 2 wet tires.

    c) Mikkelsen's "almost zero" pace today resulted in him winning 2nd leg on speed. (without the 20s TC penalty)

    d) Mikkelsen is not a WRC regular for 15 months now and this was his second rally in those 15 months. Check where WRC regular Breen ended.

    Sure after 2 wrong tire choices yesterday the morning pace was uninspired. Afternoon was fine.

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    Congratulations to Lukyanuk, well deserved title. I'm glad he didn't throw it away like last year. Nice season for Oliver too.
    And good job to Eurosport Events, ERC and every organizer for managing to run a good championship.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mknight View Post
    Lol you just messed things completely.

    a) The results you mention are from SS16, I was talking about SS15 which he won by 6s, largest gap of any stage win in the rally.

    b) The 3 drivers you mentioned were on 4 slicks whole afternoon...and still they didn't beat him on those two stages in full dry while he and everyone else in top 10 had 2 wet tires.

    c) Mikkelsen's "almost zero" pace today resulted in him winning 2nd leg on speed. (without the 20s TC penalty)

    d) Mikkelsen is not a WRC regular for 15 months now and this was his second rally in those 15 months. Check where WRC regular Breen ended.

    Sure after 2 wrong tire choices yesterday the morning pace was uninspired. Afternoon was fine.
    exactly the same i wrote applies for ss 15
    second overall was Munster,third was Devine,Fourmaux was 13th for example.
    So Mikkelsen good times were when nobody pushed for both stages.
    Breen has the extenuation of unprooven tyres.We dont know how good were his mrf.
    Mikkelsen was on pirellis as Ares and Luky and Solberg.

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