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    Quote Originally Posted by bt52b
    Mikko & JML are worse on tarmac. They need to do alot better on that surface.
    yes but in the gravel rallies, they will take many points. The Ford I think is a better car than CitroŽn with their great suspension.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pentti
    Just got back from sunny Wales. Latvala's problem on stage 6 was broken windsceen wiper mechanism. He had to stop 5 times to clear the screen. Also Wilson had the very same fault just after that stage. Mathew did a big test before this rally with Mikko. Mikko took him as a passanger and vice versa.And it showed. But think about this. Without penalties Jari-Matti would have won the whole rally!!!
    Jari did a brillant rally. Bit embarssing to have countless wiper and demisting failures on so many £500k car.

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    Thank you for it Marcus the wonderful moments. We hope for it see again yet a few times on the world championship! Another many successes in the life.
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    Thank you for it Marcus and Timo the wonderful moments. We hope for it see again yet a few times on the world championship! Another many successes in the life.
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    Quote Originally Posted by spudrsca
    yes but in the gravel rallies, they will take many points. The Ford I think is a better car than CitroŽn with their great suspension.
    No much against Loeb, and Sordo is getting better on gravel.
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    Congratulate Mikko and Jarmo to the victory. We meet in Sweden next year.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Simmi
    Anyone know what happened to Companc in the end?
    Crashed at finish ss14, damaged drivers side and roll cage. States dosen't know what he hit, a tree or logs. Would use super rally to be classified.

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    Quote Originally Posted by spudrsca
    yes but in the gravel rallies, they will take many points. The Ford I think is a better car than CitroŽn with their great suspension.
    On tarmac, the Citroen is SLIGHTLY better. On gravel, the Ford is SLIGHTLY better (remember NZ). The two cars are very close to top level.

    At the beginning of the seaon, the Citroen was slightly better than the Ford on gravel too but Ford improved the car enough to reverse that from Greece.

    The trouble for CitroŽn could be that Latvala's potentiel is higher than Sordo's. I thought that both potentials were equal or almost equal. After, this rally, I am not so sure. Latvala is better than I thought and I expected a little more from Sordo without the fog.

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    There is another thing: Let's face it, Sordo is not able to go flat out in the fog. That seems normal to me.

    Hirvonen and Loeb especially are very fast in the fog. They trust the notes 100 %. Are they machine?

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    Quote Originally Posted by N.O.T
    Keep believing that....

    Next year is going to be very very amusing for me......
    How's that? Is there a Greek driver entering the series?
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