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    Quote Originally Posted by dimviii View Post
    Currently, there is no regulation to allow a fourth tire option in Monza, but Remy wants to be prepared for the worst.

    “We have explained to the FIA the concerns the teams have about the Saturday stages [north of Bergamo],” Remy told DirtFish.

    “With that in mind, we will take snow tires with us to the event. These will be the snow tires without studs. Maybe they go from [Michelin’s factory in] Clermont-Ferrand to Monza and back to Clermont-Ferrand without coming out of the truck.

    https://dirtfish.com/rally/wrc/miche...le-as-back-up/
    good move, morning here are becoming frosty, probably there will be no snow, but ice is very much a possibility.

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    Pierre Ragues - Julien Pesenti with this Alpine A110 RGT at Monza

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    Stéphane Lefebvre is back in the world and will be at the start of Monza in a C3R5 from the Dmax Racing team! Stéphane will be sailed by his compatriot Thomas Dubois.

    Lefevbre has a good experience in the WRC world championship, having competed in 42 world championship events. His best result was a 5th place overall, won at Monte-Carlo 2016 while still driving a Citroën, more precisely a DS3 WRC, alongside Moreau Gabin.

    http://www.rallye-infos.site/stephan...part-de-monza/

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    Ice maybe snow would be very interesting. Monza seems to getting more of a good test all the time.

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    Dirtfish
    https://dirtfish.com/rally/wrc/podca...title-favorite

    "There’s also some talk that Monza may not be going ahead…"

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    If Colin Clark is involved, it's bound to be ill-informed.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fast Eddie WRC View Post
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    https://dirtfish.com/rally/wrc/podca...title-favorite

    "There’s also some talk that Monza may not be going ahead…"

    Strange thing is that there's no entrylist published yet(unlike other WRC events with entry available weeks before the rally)

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    Today is deadline for entries, entry list will be published tomorrow.

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    OK then, thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by wyler View Post
    good move, morning here are becoming frosty, probably there will be no snow, but ice is very much a possibility.
    The problem with the snow tyres without studs is that they don't work very well without them. The reason is that to keep the studs they can not be so soft as proper non-studded winter tyres should be. Sure the development made a lot of improvements but here in Prague in 2011 when similar situation happened, common stock winter tyres were way faster than WRC snow tyres without studs.
    Stupid is as stupid does. Forrest Gump

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