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    lucky we have proper online translate tools nowdays

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    so rallying week again and i have to say i think i am the most excited this season.

    Ogier and Rovanperä in the mix, Sordo making his season debut. Will Tänak finally find his speed or will he struggle again, can Fourmaux and Neuville continue with their good season as they have so far.

    In WRC2 we have a great list of drivers with Loubet and Suninen making their starts, also Meeke in there who was very fast in the final local event.

    Bring it on!
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    Quote Originally Posted by EstWRC View Post
    so rallying week again and i have to say i think i am the most excited this season.

    Ogier and Rovanperä in the mix, Sordo making his season debut. Will Tänak finally find his speed or will he struggle again, can Fourmaux and Neuville continue with their good season as they have so far.

    In WRC2 we have a great list of drivers with Loubet and Suninen making their starts, also Meeke in there who was very fast in the final local event.

    Bring it on!
    It is gonna be hell of a battle, something is telling me that it won't be Kalle vs Seb, cuz it is too much obvious We are flying to Porto on tomorrow morning.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EstWRC View Post
    so rallying week again and i have to say i think i am the most excited this season.

    Ogier and Rovanperä in the mix, Sordo making his season debut. Will Tänak finally find his speed or will he struggle again, can Fourmaux and Neuville continue with their good season as they have so far.

    In WRC2 we have a great list of drivers with Loubet and Suninen making their starts, also Meeke in there who was very fast in the final local event.

    Bring it on!
    Do you think Ott has any chances of winning?
    Only you know your true potential.
    This year we rally #ForCraig

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    Something tells me a Toyota will be standing at that top step of the podium come Sunday, as they have in 2019, 2021, 2022 & 2023, hopefully I’m wrong.
    Only you know your true potential.
    This year we rally #ForCraig

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eli View Post
    Do you think Ott has any chances of winning?
    Based on the speed so far in the season I would say no.

    But we will see if he manages to find the sweet spot on gravel finally
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    I'm very very curious to see how Kris fares against the regular WRC2 pack. He has been pretty much unmatched in the PT championship, so how I'm curious how that translates versus the more regular runners who weren't at Terras d'Aboboreira.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tonirali View Post
    I'm very very curious to see how Kris fares against the regular WRC2 pack. He has been pretty much unmatched in the PT championship, so how I'm curious how that translates versus the more regular runners who weren't at Terras d'Aboboreira.
    Does Meeke will have any tire advantage?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tonirali View Post
    I'm very very curious to see how Kris fares against the regular WRC2 pack. He has been pretty much unmatched in the PT championship, so how I'm curious how that translates versus the more regular runners who weren't at Terras d'Aboboreira.
    Can't see the driver or especially the car matching the wrc2 pack for 3days straight. If he does then Hyundai need to get him onboard to ramp up their rally2 car development

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lead View Post
    Does Meeke will have any tire advantage?
    No. Same tyres. That's why it is obligation all 4WD run Pirelli in WRC events (bad in my POV).

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