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    I tried some access from north and then went along river to find some ways up. I had Citroen C5 and at some point I used it like Jeep. Road was very narrow between bushes and water erosion was so bad in may places that I had space to place 1/3 of the wheel on the edge of the steep erosional gulley (rest was just hanging in the air :P) and then in one point I made a picture where I had ca 1.5 m deep depression under my car :P Some places I had to place smoother rocks under the wheels to get pass from nastier places.. finally I turned around and passed very steep and broken bridge across the river.. So, I do not suggest this road to anyone :P
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    Quote Originally Posted by ReRe View Post
    And same question about this route https://mapy.cz/s/navazamaje to Tempio stage.
    Last year I went to see the first Tempio Pausiana stage and then we went over to the second Tula Erula stage. That is perfectly doable. There is a lot of parking space in the streets leading up to the start of the Tempio Pausiana stage and we had a perfect seat under the trees at the 1st corner. Leaving the Tempio Pausiana stage was fairly easy to go next stage and we went to park the car at the Parco Eolico Sa Turrina Manna which is very close to the Tula Erula stage. From there you can take a good walk to watch lots of different parts of the very spectator friendly Tula Erula stage. This year sadly I will not be there after years seeing Rally Sardegna Italia, including the Covid years

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    Hello
    Do we know what its a weather prediction?
    I will be there as accreditated photographer.
    My last visit im sardinia was in 2017

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    Quote Originally Posted by sete View Post
    Hello
    Do we know what its a weather prediction?
    I will be there as accreditated photographer.
    My last visit im sardinia was in 2017
    We, normal people, can't predict from pages like Yr, it is still far away.. Only If some Italians here have some long-term forecast which is quite reliable?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sete View Post
    Hello
    Do we know what its a weather prediction?
    I will be there as accreditated photographer.
    My last visit im sardinia was in 2017
    Currently looking nice, much better than last year. Temperature trends are moving closer to +30 degrees. Recent (couple of days ago) heavy rains might have affected access roads, so, try to prefer larger roads, or make sure you have spare wheel.
    Colins Crest = Möldri Mätas

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    https://www.yr.no/nb/v%C3%A6rvarsel/...assari/Alghero

    Still early days but maybe some chance of rain during the weekend

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    Quote Originally Posted by CeskyOndra View Post
    https://www.yr.no/nb/v%C3%A6rvarsel/...assari/Alghero

    Still early days but maybe some chance of rain during the weekend
    According to last couple of rallies, there is no point to believe any of the weather predictions
    I believe it if I see it on AllLive or being on stage myself

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    So rallying week again and let’s see how this new format works then that they are testing for next year. Sunday just 39kms….

    I’m most interested to see how Virves performs now that he has a competitive car underneath him.

    Ogier or Tänak for the win I guess.

    How is the weather prediction btw?
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    A big rally for Elfyn Evans and Toyota to see if they can make any ground on Neuville and Hyundai after the disappointing scores in Portugal.

    Toyota have tested here after poor results in the last few years so it needs to pay off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EstWRC View Post
    So rallying week again and let’s see how this new format works then that they are testing for next year. Sunday just 39kms….

    I’m most interested to see how Virves performs now that he has a competitive car underneath him.

    Ogier or Tänak for the win I guess.

    How is the weather prediction btw?
    For me this new format is working perfectly. I was planning to go to this rally as a spectator (only as spectator to WRC event after many, many years), but after publication of format and schedule, everybody from our group decided not to go... Good job, FIA.

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