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Dafydd Larcombe - Unregistered

February 08, 2008 10:17 PM

I think Jarri Matti did exceptionally well today, ok he had an advantagous running position for 3 stages- but he made some equally impressive gains in the re run stages where if anything it was a dissadvantage. He didnt look to be driving on the edge either, his lines were very safe well thought out and well balanced, he was placing the car where he wanted it to be with great accuracy. No dissresect to Mikko but I will say this again, Jarri Matti will be the next Marcus Gronholm. Its nice though that in Rallying two team mates can be close and get on unlike the situation last year with Mclaren in F1 between Hamilton and Alonso. I just hope Mikko too has some wins. A Ford driver has to win !!

Thomas from Sweden - Unregistered

February 09, 2008 3:13 AM

I just hope they let him go for the title despite all their talk about Mikko leading the team. I definitely think Jari has what it takes and more. Sad to see P-G retire from his home event so soon, but all the same, congratulations to to Finland for yet another superb rally driver!

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