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Sad to see Petter Go. I have been following the sport since his first year and I will really miss his "big mouth" as a previous commenter put it. He was always one of the most flamboyant characters in the WRC and the sport needs his type to keep it interesting.
I think his career to a negative turn several years ago when he hit that hinklestien (is that spelled right?) in Germany. It was his worst crash ever and I think it changed him. He seemed to lose confidence from that point forward.
WRC problems - Previous posters have pointed out several good things, Using the same stages over again, the reduction of the length of a rally, the move from group N to super non production cars and so on.
I have three more to add.
1. The first one is trivial, but the loss of the rally safari (africa) is a sore point with me.
2. Sebatian Loeb is a huge problem to the WRC. He is an amazing driver, but has really made the sport boring. "Oh, who won the rally this weekend?" - "Oh, Seb