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@Chris what I dont like is the wealthy guys getting the best cars while the talented drivers have to sit at home. We have a lot of that happening over the last few years and it doesnt appear to be getting any better. I was glad I grew up in the 70's, 80's and 90's where at least you had more talent than money out on the stages plus the rallies were proper rallies, 4 or 5 days with night stages, cars were probably a lot more affordable to allow privateers have a go plus we did not have this silly super rally rule. I have absolutely no problem with wealthy people becoming involved in rallying as long as they are backing promising young up and coming drivers.



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