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    Looks pretty smooth for Turkey. Windmills also giving vibes of Fafe stage lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tauri_J View Post
    Looks pretty smooth for Turkey. Windmills also giving vibes of Fafe stage lol
    Yeah this stage is truly exceptional. The average speeds are close to 110 km/h whereas all other stages are under 90 km/h.

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    Ott Tänak talks about his retirement from Rally Turkey

    We caught up with the Hyundai man following his early exit in today's opening test...



    "We had some kind of steering issue, but we do not know what yet. The car is still in the forest and we have to wait until it gets back to the service park. There was no warning, it was quite instant. It should not be a big worry to repair the car for tomorrow."

    Asked about his title hopes, he said:
    "It's not a positive so there is nothing too much to comment."

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    Tanak aside not much drama or attrition so far. The stages dont seem as rough as predicted with plenty of smooth fast sections. Very attractive to watch.

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    It seems like Loeb is bit more sideways at some places than it would be optimal?

    EDIT: he confirmed at stage end that he made few small mistakes

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    Quote Originally Posted by Indreq View Post
    It seems like Loeb is bit more sideways at some places than it would be optimal?
    Noticed it as well

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    Quote Originally Posted by Indreq View Post
    It seems like Loeb is bit more sideways at some places than it would be optimal?

    EDIT: he confirmed at stage end that he made few small mistakes
    except that rear left tyre at stage stop was in bad condition,yes i ve notided that too.Too much sideways for his style.

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    Ruben Perez
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    Abandonment of one of the teams entered in # WRC2.

    Eyvind Brynildsen and Ilka Minor are out of the race after suffering a puncture on SS5.

    They had no more spare wheels left on the car since before that stage they changed one of them. #WRC



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    Brynildsen's bolts had snapped, probably from overtightening after changing the puncture earlier in the stage
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kradovech View Post
    I don’t have a problem with anything else any of the other drivers said yesterday at stage end. Am I the only one who actually prefers the drivers speaking their mind, rather than just forcing a smile and going “it is what it is”?
    No, I am with you. Let the drivers speak their minds. Let's not "castrate" the drivers with some polished PR media talk.
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