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    Next Round 7: Brother Rally New Zealand 21-24 June For rally drivers, New Zealand comes very close to rallying nirvana. The sweeping, rollercoaster roads and lush green scenery will look very familiar to anybody who has seen The Lord of the Rings, filmed entirely on location in New Zealand...
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    The World Rally Championship faces a fresh crisis after event organisers threatened to walk away from the one-year contract being offered by the FIA for 2013. The FIA is hoping to rubber-stamp next year's WRC calendar at the June 15 meeting of the World Motor Sport Council - but the chances of...
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    Next: Round 6 WRC Acropolis (Greece) 24 - 27 May Searing ambient temperatures, rocky, undulating roads and dust combine to make the Acropolis Rally one of the most taxing on the World Rally Championship calendar with car and driver subjected to a particularly stern test. Greece returned to...
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    Ford driver Petter Solberg has led calls for the permanent re-instatement of Stage 1 Technology as the timing and tracking supplier for the World Rally Championship. Solberg said the British firm's return to the WRC on last week's Rally Sweden was a victory for common sense and a big step in...
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    Shakedown: Evgeny Novikov posted the quickest time during shakedown for the opening round of the new World Rally Championship season in Monte Carlo. The M-Sport Ford driver posted a time of 2min 13.0secs to edge out the MINI John Cooper Works of Armindo Araujo, with defending champion Sebastien...
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    New Zealand's Hayden Paddon will contest the FIA Super 2000 World Rally Championship in 2012, competing in a Skoda Fabia S2000 with the support of new sponsors and a new Spanish team, it has been confirmed. Having successfully won the Production WRC title in 2011 - the first driver from the...
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    Mini has missed the deadline to sign up for next year's World Rally Championship, which closed last night. Officials from the Banbury-based team are currently in negotiations with BMW in Munich and the FIA as they seek a possible extension to the deadline. While there is no immediate concern...
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    Citroen will bring Intercontinental Rally Challenge stand-out Thierry Neuville into the World Rally Championship next season. The 22-year-old Belgian will drive a Citroen Racing Technologies-prepared DS3 WRC in at least nine rounds of the 2012 WRC, alongside regular co-driver Nicolas Gilsoul...
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