WRC » Long: VW decision a boost to WRC

Simon Long says VW's entry into the WRC is a boost to the sport

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James - Unregistered

May 07, 2011 2:36 PM

Well, it would be good news if we could actually watch it. I'm not paying £11 an event for ESPN so it doesn't really matter which manufacturers sign up....
Those dimwits North One..


May 07, 2011 3:11 PM

You can watch ESPN coverage on youtube usually the next day. The thing is the profiles it is on get deleted so not sure how long it will last. Just type in wrc 2011 italy day 1.
Whoever puts these up is some legend!

Thomas - Unregistered

May 07, 2011 4:54 PM

Hy guys!!!
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The site is a private torrent tracker and the contend is motorsport related(F1,WRC,MotoGP,WSBK......).

Go to racing underground dot com and send me your email address so that i can send you the registration code.

Safari rover. - Unregistered

May 07, 2011 5:49 PM

North One could not GIVE the WRC rally programme away as the terestial channels are only interested in viewing numbers. In relation to other sports the WRC figures are microscopic and will never get a look-in. Don't forget it is a world service the programme being taken by over 150 countries worldwide. As soon as the internet system can be sorted you should be able to view all the WRC rounds on your laptop.

RE comments on the Rover 200 !!!!!!!!!! a properly prepared Rover 214i did the London - Dakar World Cup Rally in 2005, finishing 2nd........

Taz - Unregistered

May 07, 2011 9:10 PM

"a properly 'prepared' Rover 214i did the London - Dakar World Cup Rally in 2005, finishing 2nd"

How was it prepared ? cushions in the parcel shelf and 10 magic tree air freshners ? :p

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