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I agree with you on some of the things you said about Craig Breen. Ok he has won on Tarmac and Gravel at home and in the Uk but I feel you cant judge him on these events in comparison to SWRC or IRC. The fact that he is just 21, he has a bit of time on his hands, I feel if he was to concentrate on IRC would be better option as he would get more coverage etc. His performance in Scotland makes me feel he is more than capable of running with the best and actually winning rallies, while I feel SWRC is just considered a class in the WRC, winners are not given same recognition. Take for instance Juha Hanninen who featured so well in this years championship, to best of my knowledge is is reverting back to IRC for this year. Ok way I see it for Breen, it would be better for him to be winning or in top 3 of event in Irc round rather than battling for class win in SWRC one

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