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Discussion Starter · #1 ·
Doesnt seem like the new Evo7 is doing very well at San Remo.

When is Makinen's contract up ?
 
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Surely too early to pass judgement. McRea is doing crap as well. Tarmac is not the best place to be able to come to any conclusions. It has become far too specialised. However, I think that he might go anyway.
 
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Better. What evidence do you have for that. Or is it just a knee jerk reaction to not liking the look. A single day on a tarmac rally proves nothing, except that people can be irrationally prejudice :D
 
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i dont think we can pass judgement yet, but buy the look on tommi's face last night, he did not look best pleased with the new set up, i hope he does not leave, i dont think there is anyone else who is up to filling his shoes.

is it just me or is it f**cking stupid to change cars in the middle of a season, when you are winning??, i would of thought wait until your have canned the opposition then spend the whole off season getting the car just right, especially as mitsibushi arnt even selling the car yet so there is nothing to be gained from the publicity.

lee
 
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Boys,

Give the WRC E7 a chance!!! :( like the other WRC's didn't have teething problems. Once the set up is sorted I'm sure Tommi will perform,
 
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Unfortunately, when those ' plastic pig ' citroen kit cars are on song they are a formidable force on the San Remo tarmac.
They only come out of the woodwork when they know they have a chance of a win.
Give the 7 a chance, when it gets back on the loose stuff and the tranny problems are solved, it could shine.
 
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