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    or no spare ( you will be very easy) but in this rally it is certainly not the case

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    Quote Originally Posted by sti123 View Post
    No, they can go with 4 tires. Tänak has done this.
    That's interesting as it's against regulations. Perhaps they didn't have any spares left but even so they would have to have load punctured tyre on?

    13.11 SPARE WHEELS
    Cars may carry a maximum of two spare wheels. If stipulated in the Appendix J for the concerned group, cars must carry at least one spare wheel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1988senna View Post
    Any regulation web link that I can read the details about the tyres limited
    Found this only: https://twitter.com/KiwiWRCfan/statu...980161/photo/1

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1988senna View Post
    Any regulation web link that I can read the details about the tyres limited
    https://www.fia.com/regulation/category/119

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonkka View Post
    That's interesting as it's against regulations. Perhaps they didn't have any spares left but even so they would have to have load punctured tyre on?

    13.11 SPARE WHEELS
    Cars may carry a maximum of two spare wheels. If stipulated in the Appendix J for the concerned group, cars must carry at least one spare wheel.
    2. Tänak’s title blow
    Turkey was the opportunity for Ott Tänak to lay a few fingers, if not one hand, on the drivers’ title. A 33-point pre-event lead meant another dominant result for the WRC’s man of the moment would leave rivals Thierry Neuville and Ogier with a mountain to climb.

    It didn’t work out that way. Opening the roads handicapped him throughout Friday, a puncture cost more time and then ECU failure in his Toyota Yaris on Saturday sidelined him for the rest of the day.

    He salvaged maximum bonus points from the Wolf Power Stage after an audacious gamble to run throughout Sunday morning with no spare wheel in a bid to save weight. But that 33- point lead was slashed to 17 as the message from Ogier was ‘hands off my trophy’. https://www.wrc.com/en/news/season-2...--turkey-2019/

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1988senna View Post
    That is means The driver can only have two punctures in one day,The third means game over for the driver right?
    no, you get new tyres from each service.
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    This short stage ends right to the service park so it's not a problem to drive through with a puncture

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    Quote Originally Posted by dimviii View Post
    gaps cant allow that caution driving
    Loeb with 'no gap' driving carefully

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    Quote Originally Posted by sti123 View Post
    He salvaged maximum bonus points from the Wolf Power Stage after an audacious gamble to run throughout Sunday morning with no spare wheel in a bid to save weight.
    Funny, I don't have a recollection of that incident. Must be early dementia coming on. Anyway, I checked old regulations and both 2018 and 2019 regs did have exactly the same wording (albeit under different numbering). I haven't checked Technical Reg Appendix J as to whether WRCars do have that requirement as I believe they do. Might be wrong though.

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    split at 4km?

    whats the point
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