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    Impressive times by 208 Rally4 drivers at Castelo Branco, with Antunes ending as 2wd winner almost 2m ahead of the best 208 R2 (driven by the spectacular Nunes).

    Comparative video by CMS: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pPo8b7-MowM
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    yes it looks faster at corners,but also at straights.Whats the power-torque /weight ratio between them?

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    Impressive performance of Dennis Rädström too at Rally Bohemia

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    Quote Originally Posted by dimviii View Post
    yes it looks faster at corners,but also at straights.Whats the power-torque /weight ratio between them?
    R2: 185hp at 7.800rpm and 190Nm at 6.300rpm, for 1030kgs (but top cars are likely close to 200hp); Rally4: 208hp at 5.450rpm and 290Nm at 3.000rpm, for 1080kgs (max power sounds a bit low but Rally4 restrictor was recently reduced from 33 to 30mm).
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    Raström drove the updated Rally4 Fiesta in Rally Bohemia and he won 2WD very easily. There was no other Rally4 competition (the Peugeot was present only on shakedown due to lack of time to prepare it for the rally).
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    In Rallysprint Pribram there will be three Rally 4s(two 208s one Fiesta)

    And of course six 208s and nine Fiestas in Rally Roma Capitale

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    208 RALLY 4 – TECHNICAL INFORMATION

    • Engine: three cylinders, turbocharged, 1,199cc
    • Maximum power: 208hp at 5,450rpm
    • Maximum torque: 290Nm at 3,000rpm
    • Gearbox: SADEV, five-speed sequential
    • Differential: mechanical limited-slip differential
    • Front brakes: vented discs (asphalt: 330mm / gravel: 283mm)
    • Rear brakes: 290mm discs
    • Three-way adjustable suspension (rebound, low- and high-speed compression)
    • Minimum weight: 1,080kg (1,250kg with crew onboard)

    PRICES (not including value-added tax)

    • Assembled car (asphalt or gravel specification): €66,000
    • Gravel or asphalt kit: €8,990
    • Set-up kit (asphalt or gravel): €3,490, including set of springs, front and rear antiroll bars, 12 wheels, set of ballast bars)
    • Equipment kit: €3,990 (including helmet net, intercom, Tripmaster, co-driver’s footrest, light pod, jack system, mounting and strap for second spare wheel)
    • Data acquisition: €270
    • Estimated running costs per kilometre (excluding fluids): €11.73

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    M-Sport Poland are very happy about the first win of their new Ford Fiesta Rally4. Nice words from the Team Director:
    https://www.fiaerc.com/pride-not-a-b...fiesta-rally4/
    http://www.rallymadness.prv.pl - rally photos and movies!

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    Apparently DG Compétition from Belgium has ordered 20 Peugeot 208 Rally 4(they received their first one this week)

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    Liepaja was another great rally for the new Ford Fiesta Rally4. This car finished in the 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th position in ERC3:
    https://rally-base.com/2020/rally-li...33&ssGroupId=1

    Without Sesks' retirement it would have even been 1-2-3-4-5. After years of Opel domination and then Peugeot for some time, now Ford Fiesta seems to be the best car in ERC3. Hopefully it will give M-Sport some income in these difficult times.
    http://www.rallymadness.prv.pl - rally photos and movies!

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