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Skoda will price our Felicia Kit Cars at 75000cr, and also wish to enter Per Svan (wage: 11000cr) as a third driver for the upcoming Rally Sweden, and have him and Blomqvist nominated to score manufacturer points for that round. If Svan does not accept the drive will be offered to Harkki
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Team: Subaru 555 World Rally Team

CONFIRMED ENTRIES FOR RALLY SWEDEN

#3: Colin McRae (GBR)

#4: Richard Burns (GBR)

#8: Thomas Radstrom (SWE)


Subaru is delighted with Colin's herculean win and the 1-2 at Monte carlo, and are fully behind him and Ricky to keep up the good work. We also congratulate Patrick for his 6th place finish, and we are looking forward to working with him again at Corsica

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Updates: Peugeot want to do a Setup points re-assign to put one extra point to improve tarmac performance. We want to compete with the WRC's

Sell price: 60K for french customer, 80K for customers from countries where french is an official language and 100K for other customers.

Bernardini and De Mévius will be driving in Sweden.
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Alright, some business is required.

First, the sales price for the Mitsubishi Lancer Evo is set at 330,000 credits.

Secondly, Mitsubishi's schedule is slightly altered. Minna Sillankorva will enter the Rally Kenya instead of the Rally New Zealand in her part-time schedule.

Thirdly, Mitsubishi makes the following offers:
Luis Climent will be offered 4,000 cr per outing to drive the Rally Portugal and Rally Spain.
Juha Kankkunen will be offered 200,000 cr per outing to drive the Rally Australia and Rally GB.

Nominated point scorers:
Tommi Mäkinen/Kenjiro Shinozuka for all rounds unless mentioned otherwise.
Tommi Mäkinen/Minna Sillankorva for Rally Finland.
Tommi Mäkinen/Juha Kankkunen for Rally Australia and Rally GB if he signs the contract.
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Volkswagen plans:

Car sale price: 72.5k

Drivers eligible for points: Stohl and Gardemeister

Development: setup re-assign towards loose surfaces
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Rally Sweden to be run this Thursday at around 22:00 EEST live on Discord. Get your plans sorted before if you wish to make any changes to Sweden.
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Klon wrote: 13 Jun 2022, 09:17Nominated point scorers:
Tommi Mäkinen/Kenjiro Shinozuka for all rounds unless mentioned otherwise.
Tommi Mäkinen/Minna Sillankorva for Rally Finland.
Tommi Mäkinen/Juha Kankkunen for Rally Australia and Rally GB if he signs the contract.
Regarding this; WRC teams can nominate three drivers for contructors' points but only the two best placed are counted. So only if you have four or more drivers do I need the names of three drivers. :)
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ZX Car Sale price will be 75k
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SEAT will offer Ibiza Kit Cars to privateers for 80k credits.
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Driver RNG's run on Discord and sheet updated accordingly. We will soon go live with Rally Sweden on Discord.

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Carlos Sainz becomes first ever non-Nordic winner in Sweden

Carlos Sainz redeems himself after Monte Carlo retirement to win Rally Sweden after main rivals hit issues. The Ford driver scored only two fastest stage times but kept his car clean throughout the 24-stage rally. Nordic drivers were on pace as Kenneth Eriksson (2 stage wins), Thomas Rådström (7 stage wins), Tommi Mäkinen (6 stage wins) and Marcus Grönholm (3 stage wins) all fought for victory but minor issues here and there prevented them from challenging Sainz in the end.

In the 2-Litre World Cup it was Škoda's snow specialist Per Svan who won by 13 seconds over his compatriot Jörgen Jonasson who drove a privately entered VW Golf. Nissan's Harri Rovanperä was firmly in the lead after 20 stages but an unfortunate mechanical issue dropped him the third in class. The 2L was dominated with Swedish and Finnish drivers as all stages were won by drivers from these countries: Svan (7 wins), Jonasson (6), Rovanperä (5), Laukkanen (4), Gardemeister (3), Joki (1).


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Safari Rally will be run next week.
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Toyota would like to offer Marco Brighetti the third car for the Safari Rally, offering the base rate.

Auriol and Eriksson will be our points scorers at all rounds unless specified otherwise.

The Celica will be valued at 320k for privateers.
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ENTRIES FOR RALLY SAFARI

#3: Colin McRae

#4: Richards Burns.
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No entries for Safari for Peugeot, but due to satisfying pace, Chatriot will be offered to drive a 4th car in Catalunya and San Remo as well (for the same wage conditions as Monte Carlo), Lopes will be rewarded by driving a third car in Portugal and Kris Princen will get an offer to drive a 4th car in Corsica for 1000 - we gonna put a lot of eggs in the asphalt basket to try to compete with Citroen for the PSA funds and try to embarass a bunch of WRC's.

We also request a reliability upgrade.
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Pinkd56 wrote: 16 Jun 2022, 22:05 Toyota would like to offer Marco Brighetti the third car for the Safari Rally, offering the base rate.

Auriol and Eriksson will be our points scorers at all rounds unless specified otherwise.

The Celica will be valued at 320k for privateers.
Noted. However, there is no "base rate" specified for Brighetti so I'll treat the offer as 10.000 cr/rally offer.
Butterfox wrote: 17 Jun 2022, 05:24 No entries for Safari for Peugeot, but due to satisfying pace, Chatriot will be offered to drive a 4th car in Catalunya and San Remo as well (for the same wage conditions as Monte Carlo), Lopes will be rewarded by driving a third car in Portugal and Kris Princen will get an offer to drive a 4th car in Corsica for 1000 - we gonna put a lot of eggs in the asphalt basket to try to compete with Citroen for the PSA funds and try to embarass a bunch of WRC's.

We also request a reliability upgrade.
Reliability upgrade and bids noted. You might want to re-visit your manufacturer points scoring drivers in case you happen to sign your drivers if you want, for example, Chatriot to score points. But we'll get back to that after the RNG's and Safari.

Driver RNG's will be run tomorrow.

Safari Rally will be run tomorrow at around 22:00 EEST.
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Driver RNG's run on Discord and sheet updated accordingly. We will go live with Safari Rally 1997 in 15 minutes on Discord.

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Colin McRae comes on top after a thriller with Mäkinen

It's safe to say Safari Rally has never been as tightly battled as it was this time around. After early leader Carlos Sainz lost 11 minutes stuck in a ditch on stage 4, it was Mäkinen and McRae who traded the lead in a thrilling battle for the crown of Africa. Before the last, 115,70 km Olepolos 2 stage, Mäkinen's lead over McRae was just 0,7 seconds; totally unheard of in Safari where gaps are normally measured in minutes and hours! In the end it was the Subaru driver McRae who was faster of the two by over two and a half minutes. Thus, the Scotsman got to celebrate his second win of the season which sees him retake the championship lead from teammate Richard Burns who finished sixth.

The 2-Litre World Cup competition was a race of attrition. One by one the pre-race favourites Blomqvist, Rovanperä, Weber and many more regular runners retired with various issues, leaving the duo of Gwyndaf Evans and Manfred Stohl to fight for victory. Evans was looking like the stronger of the two but persistent mechanical woes costing him over 10 minutes on the final day of the rally cost him the victory. Volkswagen's week in Kenya was made even sweeter as Raimund Baumschlager strolled to the finish third in class, although he was 44 minutes slower than rally winning teammate Stohl. Baumschlager however was not nominated to score 2L World Cup points but Stohl's win is still enough to get VW to joint second in the standings.


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Rally Portugal will be run in the weekend.
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Re: Alt-WRC '97

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ENTRIES FOR RALLY KILL EM AL...I MEAN, PORTUGAL.

#3: Colin McRae (GBR)

#4: Richard Burns (GBR)

#8: Franco Cunico (ITA)

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For portugal Peugeot will enter De Mévius and Bernardini as nominated drivers and Lopes as a third car, because we understand the importance of a home race.
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The Ford Escort is available to privateers for 320 000.

Ford will also request a Power upgrade.
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Skoda will nominate Sibera and Mokkonen as our points-scoring drivers for Portugal
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Ford's Power upgrade RNG yielded 2 on a scale of 1-3 so they receive good power upgrade.

We will go live with Rally Portugal 1997 soon on Discord.

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Mäkinen takes his maiden win of the season after rivals falter

The rally had barely even started when two championship contenders, Richard Burns and Carlos Sainz, were already out of the race. Mäkinen was the early favourite but mechanical issues dropped him to third on stage 8, behind McRae and Grönholm who was having the rally of his life in second. Mäkinen began his fightback but was unable to close the gap down significantly to McRae. Unfortunately for the Scotsman his Subaru lost all power on stage 29 of 31, forcing him to retire. Mäkinen and McRae were clearly the two best drivers of the weekend with 25 fastest stage times between them. Other six went to Fords: Sainz (1), Grönholm (1) and Loix (4 fastest times).

The 2-Litre World Cup rally was an extremely tight affair. Rui Madeira, Harri Rovanperä, Gwyndaf Evans traded the lead all Friday but it was VW's Manfred Stohl who led the field into night service with the other three within 20 seconds of the Austrian. Škoda's Ari Mökkönen and local driver Macedo were another 20 seconds off them. Stohl upped his pace on Saturday gaining more gap to Rovanperä but unfortunately he crashed out on stage 19. Rovanperä would hold on to the lead and win the rally. Nissan's local ace Rui Madeira was running second until the last stage but mechanical issues costing him 2,5 minutes prevented a brilliant 1-2 from Nissan as Madeira dropped to fifth overall. Mökkönen, running fourth, also suffered mechanical issues but he lost almost six minutes, dropping him to 10th in his Škoda début. Peugeot's Adruzilo Lopes was the main beneficiary grabbing third place in the finish. Unfortunately he wasn't nominated as a scoring driver and thus Peugeot had to leave Portugal empty-handed.


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Rally Catalunya will be run next weekend.
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We are glad that Lopes took his reward rally serious, even if he wasn't nominated, if he keeps up these kind of performances, he might get more drives in 1998, de mévius, well it does not seem he will be around in 1998 anymore...

For catalunya well have Bernardini and Lopes as nominated drivers, it's up to Chatriot to prove he desevers the nominated spot later in san remo. De mévius, well, he exists :P
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CONFIRMED ENTRIE FOR RALLY CATALUNYA

#3 Colin McRae (GBR)

#4 Richard Burns (GBR)

#8 Franco Cunico (ITA)
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Butterfox wrote: 03 Jul 2022, 22:33 We are glad that Lopes took his reward rally serious, even if he wasn't nominated, if he keeps up these kind of performances, he might get more drives in 1998, de mévius, well it does not seem he will be around in 1998 anymore...

For catalunya well have Bernardini and Lopes as nominated drivers, it's up to Chatriot to prove he desevers the nominated spot later in san remo. De mévius, well, he exists :P
To de Mevius's credit I believe he would have been comfortably in the top-10 in class but had some serious reliability woes that dropped him back.
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Rally Catalunya to be run tomorrow evening. Sort your things if you want to make any changes beforehand.
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I will officially take over as manager of Hyundai, having reserved the place earlier on the Discord.

Hyundai will sign drivers for their Coupé Kit Car after either the Argentine or Greek rallies in time for our debut in New Zealand.
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Sainz dominates home event

Home favourite Carlos Sainz has won the Rally Catalunya following a commanding display. Sainz took the lead on stage 2 of 18 and never looked back, quickly extending his gap to his closest rivals to a minute. With six stage wins to his name Sainz was never in trouble. Colin McRae had the most stage wins with seven to his name but couldn't match Sainz' pace over the whole weekend. It was however enough for second, narrowly pipping Tommi Mäkinen on the last stage of the rally.

Gilles Panizzi finished fourth overall in a Citroën Kit Car, winning the 2-Litre Cup class. Panizzi was challenging for overall podium for most of the rally (even had an overall stage win!) but a couple of small driving errors prevented him a podium finish. Next places in the 2L class went to Peugeot as Patrick Bernardini, who will switch to factory Subaru team for Corsica, finished second followed by team-mates Lopes and Chatriot. Grégoire de Mevius completed a fine Peugeot weekend in sixth while rivals Citroën filled the other positions in top-7. Fastest non-French car was Harri Rovanperä's Nissan but the Finn was never contending with the ultra-fast tarmac machines of the French.


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Please refer to the first post of this thread and the sheet (https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/ ... =321095497) for more information.

Tour de Corse early next week.
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Subaru will put an upgrade on POWAHHH

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ENTRIES FOR TOUR DE CORSE

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#4 Richard Burns (GBR)

#8 Patrick Beranrdini (FRA)
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As contractually agreed, Lopes and Roussilot will be nominated drivers, whilst De Mévius and Princen will drive the other cars.

Unless... if people are now convinced that the 306 is actually a fast car, roussillot's nominated spot could be up for grabs for 50000 for one rally for the following drivers:
François Delecour
Jean Alesi :P

If they can't find a deal of course benoit remains in the seat. Not the SEAT, the seat.
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Butterfox wrote: 10 Jul 2022, 15:39 As contractually agreed, Lopes and Roussilot will be nominated drivers, whilst De Mévius and Princen will drive the other cars.

Unless... if people are now convinced that the 306 is actually a fast car, roussillot's nominated spot could be up for grabs for 50000 for one rally for the following drivers:
François Delecour
Jean Alesi :P

If they can't find a deal of course benoit remains in the seat. Not the SEAT, the seat.
Delecour was not too impressed with Peugeot's pre-season offer for full-time seat but a one-off on Tour de Corse with highly competitive 306 Kit Car sounds intriguing.

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McRae wins on Corsica after Mäkinen crashes out

MItsubishi's Tommi Mäkinen emerged as the early favourite with four straight stage wins. Sainz and Panizzi (in a 2-litre Citroën) got one each as well as the first day of the rally concluded with Mäkinen leading Sainz by 16,5 seconds. McRae, Panizzi, Bugalski, Liatti and Burns were however within 50 seconds from the Finn. Liatti was the first to falter bu hitting the rock face on stage 8 costing him over a minute. Panizzi made a similar mistake on stage 9 but damaged his suspension too much and was forced to retire. Two stages later it was Mäkinen's turn to make a rare but costly mistake as he too went off the road and retired from the lead. Second day would conclude with McRae leading Sainz by 9 seconds with Bugalski and Burns over a minute behind already.

On Sunday it was all about McRae. The Scotsman had three stage wins to start the day, dropping Sainz a whopping 43 seconds on the morning loop. From there on McRae avoided any unnecessary risk and coasted to victory on the Mediterranean island. Burns completed Subaru's fine day with third after snatching one stage win on the last day of the rally and narrowly beating Ford's tarmac specialist Bugalski. Liatti in a privately entered Subaru fought back to a brilliant fifth place finish after numerous issues with his driving and car setup.

In the 2-Litre Cup Gilles Panizzi and François Delecour were regarded as the pre-rally favourites but neither could deliver. Delecour's rally ended in an off-road excursion already on stage 2 while Panizzi got to stage 9. Panizzi's team-mate Jesús Puras inherited the lead which he held until the finish with in commanding fashion: winning margin over local privateer Serge Jordan was almost 3,5 minutes! Peugeot's promising youngster Benoît Rousselot finished third ahead of second best points scoring entry, SEAT's Oriol Gómez. Peugeot's Adruzilo Lopes had been fighting for the class win before technical issues dropped him down to fifth.


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Rally Argentina next week.
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#3 Colin McRae (GBR)

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Skoda will reduce our entry for the remaining tarmac round in Sanremo to only one car for Andreucci on the basis of our poor form on the surface and Sibera not being in championship contention, while in turn we will try to hire Gabriel Raies to drive a third Felicia in Argentina for 10500cr, with him and Triner nominated for manufacturer points if signed
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Peugeot would love a power upgrade.
*Bernardini will drive the first car in Argentina and Greece.

*We'd like to ask Subaru if they're willing to loan us Thomas Radström for both Argentina, Greece and Finland. (he'll get 10000/ rally) Alternatively if he doesn't sign, we'll make the same offer to Alister McRae. If neither signs, de mévius will just do the rounds he's not already doing.

*Additionally, Chatriot will get an offer for Finland for the usual pay, and Princen and Rousselot for the UK rally, also for the usual pay. We'd like to evaluate all 3 drivers on gravel for future reference.

We decided to show up in gravel rallies anyway, because you never know.
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Butterfox wrote: 14 Jul 2022, 22:27 Peugeot would love a power upgrade.
*Bernardini will drive the first car in Argentina and Greece.

*We'd like to ask Subaru if they're willing to loan us Thomas Radström for both Argentina, Greece and Finland. (he'll get 10000/ rally) Alternatively if he doesn't sign, we'll make the same offer to Alister McRae. If neither signs, de mévius will just do the rounds he's not already doing.

*Additionally, Chatriot will get an offer for Finland for the usual pay, and Princen and Rousselot for the UK rally, also for the usual pay. We'd like to evaluate all 3 drivers on gravel for future reference.

We decided to show up in gravel rallies anyway, because you never know.
Radstrom only signed for us for sweden, so he's yours to take.
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