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    [ERC] Rally di Roma Capitale 2021


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    Full entry list is here.

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    Rally3 is still NOT popular class, every entry is getting trophy ...
    "quattro best 4wd rallycar ever"

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    Gryazin and Veiby in, Stritesky also as Mirek previously mentioned.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PLuto View Post
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    From full gravel spec to full tarmac setup in just couple of days for Lukyanuk, Mikkelsen, Gryazin, Breen. Will be interesting to see who adapts fastest.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lead View Post
    From full gravel spec to full tarmac setup in just couple of days for Lukyanuk, Mikkelsen, Gryazin, Breen. Will be interesting to see who adapts fastest.
    Breen has huge tarmac experience and done the Italian Ch'ship.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fast Eddie WRC View Post
    Breen has huge tarmac experience and done the Italian Ch'ship.
    On MRF tyres?

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    Well yes as always there is pros and cons for everyone.

    Breen has most experience on Italian tarmac both from before and this year, but the MRF tires are likely not as good. I20 seems competetive on Italian smooth tarmac.

    Lukyanuk has driven here before and won last year, but has not driven tarmac this year yet and hasn't driven the upgraded C3 Rally2 on tarmac yet either (might be a bit different setup). C3 should be good on smooth tarmac but almost nobody drives it in Italy.

    Gryazin was in Roma at least two time before, but last time in 2019 crashed in second stage. Drove some tarmac this year. Polo seems a bit up/down on this tarmac, Basso was somehow struggling with it.

    Mikkelsen never drove in Roma and last time on Italian tarmac outside Monza was in 2012. Drove Croatia this year, but hasn't driven on tarmac Michelin since 2017. But as dimviii will tell us that's just excuses. Fabia seems allround best car in Italy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lead View Post
    On MRF tyres?
    I still think he will 'adapt quickest' which was your question...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lead View Post
    From full gravel spec to full tarmac setup in just couple of days for Lukyanuk,
    No problem for Luky, his Fabia "for one time show" needs full extension body repair ; thanks god for his team that his "usual" C3 is already parked for some time...

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