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    [WRC] Vodafone Rally de Portugal 2021


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    Seems like the same route as 2020 should have had, but Amarante is back to full length. Porto - Foz is a new super special?

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    wow Saturday will be hell of a day, shortest stage 20km and longest 37km

    i really hope this rally goes ahead, one of my favourites...although this year im not that really afraid about the cancellation of the rallies.
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    The stage lengths are quite curiously set, all Saturday stages are longer than Sunday and Friday, and all Sunday stages are longer than Friday and Saturday (except super specials of course)

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    Quote Originally Posted by AnttiL View Post
    Seems like the same route as 2020 should have had, but Amarante is back to full length. Porto - Foz is a new super special?
    Yes.


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    #8 Ott Tänak - Martin Järveoja #8
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    Following an impressive debut @croatia_rally we can confirm that @AdrienFourmaux will be back behind the wheel of the EcoBoost-powered Ford Fiesta WRC @rallydeportugal. Our Flying Finn @TeemuSuninenRac will return to the wheel of the top-specification Fiesta @Rally_d_Italia #WRC

    https://twitter.com/msportltd/status...139321349?s=21
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    Quote Originally Posted by EstWRC View Post
    Following an impressive debut @croatia_rally we can confirm that @AdrienFourmaux will be back behind the wheel of the EcoBoost-powered Ford Fiesta WRC @rallydeportugal. Our Flying Finn @TeemuSuninenRac will return to the wheel of the top-specification Fiesta @Rally_d_Italia #WRC

    https://twitter.com/msportltd/status...139321349?s=21
    Excellent from M-Sport to keep developing Fourmaux, shame for Suninen to only be in Rally2.

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    Too early for Fourmaux to drive WRC on gravel IMO, given his very little experience on it and no real results either. (unlike tarmac)

    Then again if it's just a test how it goes then why not. Provided they have realistic expectations and follow up plans for getting gravel experience without running out of money.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mknight View Post
    Too early for Fourmaux to drive WRC on gravel IMO, given his very little experience on it and no real results either. (unlike tarmac)

    Then again if it's just a test how it goes then why not. Provided they have realistic expectations and follow up plans for getting gravel experience without running out of money.
    Experience is key. This will only do him good long term, no expectations to deliver a result like Croatia I would guess

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