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    On SD the Puma didnt have a cut-out at the bottom of the front splitter, that it had on SS1..





    Toyota & Hyundai did, but smaller:



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    Shambles here. Timing marshals simply don’t have a clue what they’re doing, I was trying to check in to TC1 before the super special and they kept on saying I’d get a provision start time when they were ready to give it to me. Was about 10 marshals there and I had to shout ‘who is doing the time control’ and just couldn’t get an answer. Then someone told me that it doesn’t matter

    Simply not WRC standard.

    Then on reaching parc ferme well ahead of due time, I give them the time I want (18.03) and they didn’t understand this is the time they write down. They insisted on writing down the actual time, so most people are 1hr+ early.

    I have to say I’m feeling very underwhelmed with it all right now. Small off in the stage cost us about 10s but we need to improve.
    If the world didn't suck, we'd all fall off!

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    Quote Originally Posted by J4MIE View Post
    Shambles here. Timing marshals simply don’t have a clue what they’re doing, I was trying to check in to TC1 before the super special and they kept on saying I’d get a provision start time when they were ready to give it to me. Was about 10 marshals there and I had to shout ‘who is doing the time control’ and just couldn’t get an answer. Then someone told me that it doesn’t matter

    Simply not WRC standard.

    Then on reaching parc ferme well ahead of due time, I give them the time I want (18.03) and they didn’t understand this is the time they write down. They insisted on writing down the actual time, so most people are 1hr+ early.

    I have to say I’m feeling very underwhelmed with it all right now. Small off in the stage cost us about 10s but we need to improve.
    Good luck for tomorrow! Hopefully you'll have time to report here how it's going

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    Seems a bit quiet on here the last few days. Surely will come alive tomorrow morning

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    Predictions on which SS will Neuville's Hyundai fall apart? My instinct tells me SS9.

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    There was some rain in Naivasha today and more forecast over next few days. Was gridlocked when we were leaving so the fans will surely be out in force again!
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    Good afternoon from Japan, who is going to join the chat for today's action? Hopefully, rain yesterday will keep the dust down today. SS4 looks to be the most challenging in terms of survival, today.
    "Racing is life. Anything before or after is just waiting." Steve McQueen

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    Good morning guys, looking forward to today's action

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    Morning ! 6.00am UK and first of the silly o'clock starts.

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    Rain dries quickly here so I’m still expecting full dust. SS2 some bits are quite sheltered from wind so might cause issues?

    Kedong will still be a dust bowl - big section of very deep sand about 70% of way through.
    If the world didn't suck, we'd all fall off!

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