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    WRC Croatia Rally 2021

    It is getting more and more serious - Supplementary Regulations is online now, 302 km of tarmac special stages.

    https://rally-croatia.com/en/competitors

    Looks like it will be my first and probably last WRC start almost on home soil

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    Good luck with it

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    The majority of the stages you can see via google street view and few photos are here:

    https://pl.motorsport.com/wrc/news/w...route-51916498

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom K View Post
    The majority of the stages you can see via google street view and few photos are here:

    https://pl.motorsport.com/wrc/news/w...route-51916498
    thank for the link. from those pics seems to be nice flowing roads.

    cant wait for the rally to start, we havent had pure tarmac rally since Spain 2019
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    http://https://youtu.be/cMEV1e9iPuY

    This is the area and type of road which will be driven as powerstage. But we can say pretty different than friday and saturday stages, also second sunday stage is different configuration.

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    Volim reli!

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    Erik Cais will probably start with Fiesta Rally 2 Mk2.
    Stupid is as stupid does. Forrest Gump

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    Quote Originally Posted by EstWRC View Post
    thank for the link. from those pics seems to be nice flowing roads.

    cant wait for the rally to start, we havent had pure tarmac rally since Spain 2019
    Hehe, you made the same mistake as Colin Clark in Dirtfish's latest video (or Colin reads the forum). Spain was a mixed surface rally, the last completely pure tarmac rally was Germany 2019

    I've inspected the route through maps and a bit of street view and the roads seem quite fast especially on Friday and Saturday. At times it almost looks like 1000 Lakes Rally on tarmac, with bends going over crests in forest. Not many junction turns or hairpins. Hopefully they don't put a lot of chicanes onto the route. Maybe a bit of same as parts of Baumholder, where you also have fast-flowing roads over crests. Then there is one stage on Sunday with 20 hairpins and the power stage is a quite narrow road, could be from Monte or Germany's countryside stages.
    Last edited by AnttiL; 10th March 2021 at 06:00.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AnttiL View Post
    Hehe, you made the same mistake as Colin Clark in Dirtfish's latest video (or Colin reads the forum). Spain was a mixed surface rally, the last completely pure tarmac rally was Germany 2019

    I've inspected the route through maps and a bit of street view and the roads seem quite fast especially on Friday and Saturday. At times it almost looks like 1000 Lakes Rally on tarmac, with bends going over crests in forest. Not many junction turns or hairpins. Hopefully they don't put a lot of chicanes onto the route. Maybe a bit of same as parts of Baumholder, where you also have fast-flowing roads over crests. Then there is one stage on Sunday with 20 hairpins and the power stage is a quite narrow road, could be from Monte or Germany's countryside stages.
    what? that sounds amazing!
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