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    Quote Originally Posted by Fast Eddie WRC View Post
    Seems the new 2022 WRC2 is no simpler than the previous WRC2/WRC3 - there are Team entries, second teams, Non-Team entries but run by the team and independent entries run by other non-Manu teams. plus Masters and Junior entrants !!
    to me Monte entries look simple, same WRC2 for every driver + support category for some.
    https://acm.mc/wp-content/uploads/20...Entry-List.pdf
    I don´t care who has entered the crew or which team has rented that car.
    WRC2 is THE thing and others are just sub categories inside WRC2.
    Last year was way more complicated!
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    It also looks like Hyundai could be Řstbergs next project.

    No cars entered by a factory bound team
    According to the solbergs the Rally2 car is far from finished, and is not easy to drive.

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    What about Teemu?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sulland View Post
    According to the solbergs the Rally2 car is far from finished, and is not easy to drive.
    I'd say that quote is more of a case of self-defence, than an objective assessment of the car's capabilities... if indeed Oliver has even said that.

    I wonder if that would be the feedback, if he'd managed to win WRC2 / RC2 on an event in an i20 N Rally2, rather than 3 DNFs?

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    Suninen said the same about new Hyundai Rally2. I've translated his Finnish quotes somewhere, but if I remember it was mostly the handling that was awkward, going from understeer to oversteer too surprisingly. Hopefully something that can be rectified by dampers and setup, because there's not a lot that can be changed with the sparse homologation jokers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pantealex View Post
    to me Monte entries look simple, same WRC2 for every driver + support category for some.
    https://acm.mc/wp-content/uploads/20...Entry-List.pdf
    I don´t care who has entered the crew or which team has rented that car.
    WRC2 is THE thing and others are just sub categories inside WRC2.
    Last year was way more complicated!
    They were all in the same (Rally 2) cars last year. But now it's still a mess with the number of sub-catagories, and who has more or less team support and amount of testing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fast Eddie WRC View Post
    Seems the new 2022 WRC2 is no simpler than the previous WRC2/WRC3 - there are Team entries, second teams, Non-Team entries but run by the team and independent entries run by other non-Manu teams. plus Masters and Junior entrants !!
    The main thing is that we don't have anymore two parallel series's with the same car. It's tough for privateers, but the long-term plan is to forward some of them to WRC3 with Rally3 cars when they take their first steps in 4WD cars.

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    https://www.wrc.com/en/news/2022/wrc...-wrc2-line-up/

    It appears that no one wants to drive WRC2 for M-Sport

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    They developed Rally3 and Rally4 before end of the year. Why they didn’t improve Rally2 car too? It is notorious that need some improvement.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AnttiL View Post
    https://www.wrc.com/en/news/2022/wrc...-wrc2-line-up/

    It appears that no one wants to drive WRC2 for M-Sport
    Not a surprise, investing in a Rally2 M-Sport is probably the worst choice today from a strictly competitive point of view. IMO, M-Sport should have found a deal WRC championship + some Rally1 drives for Ostberg or Mikkelsen to help developing the car.
    Should be a difficult year for them again in WRC-2; let’s hope Huttunen and Cais can deliver some good drives.

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