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    Quote Originally Posted by flykas View Post
    Yeah, I was wondering the same thing. Maybe its mainly just needed for nice spectator areas? But I am afraid to hurry to the stage and than just find out that I can't find an accees to it.
    I mean, there are lot of fields and open room so it shouldn't be a problem to acces?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CeskyOndra View Post
    I mean, there are lot of fields and open room so it shouldn't be a problem to acces?
    I think so. Unless they are very strict and put people on every little forest road. I guess it would be possible to buy the ticket on the day of the event if needed, or does it have to be preordered to get a physical pass?

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    The others Toyota crew (Katsuta and Evans) test also for Poland. Here is my video :

    https://youtu.be/0ApjxwTp1OA

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    More videos --> www.devillersvideo.be

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    Watching these test videos… the rally should’ve been next week, 4 weeks is too long! Yes I’m aware it’s kind of part of their summer break but…if they want to get 14 events in next year, they need to have a good look at the calendar.
    Only you know your true potential.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CeskyOndra View Post
    I mean, there are lot of fields and open room so it shouldn't be a problem to acces?
    I've been to WRC Poland every year it was run, but my memory is not too good, but I believe you are more or less "forced" to park in huge organised areas (where you also show you have a ticket), which could still be like 500 meters from the stage itself and then it is up to you if you stay in the spectator zone or walk further into the stage. I remember some smaller roads being guarded by police and not allowing access. Maybe not all of them though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Devillersvideo View Post
    The others Toyota crew (Katsuta and Evans) test also for Poland. Here is my video :

    https://youtu.be/0ApjxwTp1OA
    Nice video, thanks! So sad that I can't go to Poland this year. Great roads, fast as hell. Mental.

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    Thanks guys, probably going to look in some Orlen stations or drive to Mikolajki

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    M-Sport preview:

    https://www.m-sport.co.uk/single-pos...n-rally-poland

    Including Mārtiņš Sesks:

    “I’m really excited to be back competing in Poland! We have some great memories here, especially after winning the ERC round last year! For sure this year is a completely different game, this will be our first event in a Rally1 car. The testing we did last week was something incredible, and a completely different experience to anything I’ve done before! The car reacts so quickly, and how fast it goes round corners is just so unique and indescribable to anyone who hasn’t driven the car.


    "It will be a big challenge to get up to speed, but this is the goal for Poland. We will be driving non-hybrid to get use to the aerodynamics of the car, get to know the team and to get more and more ready to be in good shape for Latvia. The goal is to get the mileage, finish the rally and learn as much as we can.”
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    Fourmaux confident but testing was a compromise:

    https://rallyjournal.com/wrc-french-...al-for-poland/

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    Ogier and Landais taken to medical checks after an incident on recce

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