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    How poor Monzon was 'screwed'...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Danny0405 View Post
    else, there will be absolutely no debate for Llarena and it would be one of the worst ERC seasons for a long time (at least 10 years and the ERC-IRC merge).
    Yes, I'm afraid it will be a less interesting season this year. Solans, Llarena, Bonato and Campedelli are at least one league down from Kajto, Lukyanuk, Mikkelsen and Bouffier...
    http://www.rallymadness.prv.pl - rally photos and movies!

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    Highlights from the final day:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-hLIAWi4kvI
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jarek Z View Post
    Yes, I'm afraid it will be a less interesting season this year. Solans, Llarena, Bonato and Campedelli are at least one league down from Kajto, Lukyanuk, Mikkelsen and Bouffier...
    A bit of a perfect storm this year with some 'names' having moved on and Lukyanuk out with the Ukraine situation. Solans is maybe the benchmark now as the former JWRC & WRC3 Champion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jarek Z View Post
    Yes, I'm afraid it will be a less interesting season this year. Solans, Llarena, Bonato and Campedelli are at least one league down from Kajto, Lukyanuk, Mikkelsen and Bouffier...
    Not sure than Solans and Llarena are really worse than Kajto in 2014/2015 (do not forget that they are 30 y.o. or less): but the global level after that sounds really weak and in the 10 past years, there was always at least one driver maintaining some pressure on the championship leader until late summer.
    I’m not even sure that, if I only take the drivers with a serious program (at least 4 rounds), there are more than 4 that can achieve a podium.

    Here, with no Solans, Llarena could win the title just being 80-85% in the next 3 rounds.
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    Top fan video... what a different impression of the speed & sound compared to the official ERC+ coverage...

    https://youtu.be/ye1yJaF0UDU

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    Quote Originally Posted by 106 sport View Post
    Luís Monzón leading!!!

    Driver of Gran Canaria is the first after 3 stages.

    Remember he is 56 years old.

    Amazing.
    Cruel end for Luís.

    Very, very bad luck...

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    What I don't understand is why he retired? Was he out of spares or something?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dupanton View Post
    What I don't understand is why he retired? Was he out of spares or something?
    He was made aware of the screw in the tyre too late to change it. When it blew he retired as he knew the time to change it would mean his chance of a win or good result had gone.

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