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    Quote Originally Posted by RS View Post
    Can we expect more MRF crews in this year’s ERC?
    Im pretty sure Emil Lindholm will drive some ERC with Fabia Rally2. MRF is his main sponsor and as we know its Pirelli only in WRC.

    Emil has said that new gravel MRF should be very good.
    "quattro best 4wd rallycar ever"

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    ERC 3 Junior for Mathieu Franceschi-Lucie Baud with a PH Sport Peugeot 208 Rally4

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andre Oliveira View Post


    https://www.fia.com/news/fia-announc...l-decisions-21

    The principles of a Rally Sporting Pyramid, to be implemented for the FIA World Rally Championship with complementary details for the FIA European Rally Championship, have been approved. The ambition of this new structure is to align the championships names with the car categories names (e.g. Rally2 cars compete in WRC2), to identify a common theme of Open and Junior categories between the series, and to reinforce the positioning of the FIA European Rally Championship both as a feeder series for the WRC and a goal in itself by creating a clear pathway.

    In application of these principles, the WRC2 classification, open to the Rally2 category, will feature an Open Championship and a Junior Championship for drivers under 30. The WRC3 classification, open to the Rally3 class, will also feature an Open Championship and a Junior Championship for drivers under 29.

    Similarly, the ERC3 classification, open to the Rally3 category, will feature an Open Championship and a Junior Championship for drivers under 28, while the ERC4 classification, open to the Rally4 and Rally5 classes, will equally have an Open Championship and a Junior Championship for drivers under 27.

    In addition to age limits, experience restrictions will be implemented in the Junior Championships. As a result, former champions will not be allowed to put their titles back into play.

    For both the WRC and ERC classifications, awards for Rookies, with less than three participations before the start of the season, and Masters, for drivers over 40 years old not included on the FIA Regional Priority List, will be created.

    As a next step, details will be defined to reflect these principles in the sporting regulations.
    “ In accordance with the Rally Sporting Pyramid, the ERC2 title will not be awarded from 2022. Cars conforming to Group N and Rally2 Kit regulations will be included in the overall ERC classification. RGT cars will be included within a standalone category for RGT cars only.”

    https://www.fiaerc.com/erc-central-t...amid-from-fia/

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