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Old 28 Oct 2017, 21:20 (Ref:3777074)   #691
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If the car wasn't legal that means their speed wasn't legal too.
A illegal fuel injector gives an Advantage from 9685425 seconds per lap... BULLSHIT. They ****ed up, they must life with the ****, they have done.
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Old 29 Oct 2017, 05:46 (Ref:3777160)   #692
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F*** Giorliami...
Björk should penalized too to almost spin out Guerrieri.
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Old 29 Oct 2017, 06:58 (Ref:3777166)   #693
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Full points.
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Old 29 Oct 2017, 13:12 (Ref:3777206)   #694
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Congrats to Norbi, he was the best driver this weekend. Congrats to Guerrieri too, he clearlya top driver.

I hope Volvo will play fair in the next 2 rounds, but I'm not sure about it. This weekent all the 3 Volvos drive into a factory Honda - and the succesfully spin out their main championship rival.

We saw some dirty team work in the touring car sport earlier, I don't want to see that again in the next 2 rounds.
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Old 30 Oct 2017, 12:03 (Ref:3777470)   #695
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I doubt it very much Volvo deliberately played naughtily and the two clear incidents received penalties.
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Old 8 Nov 2017, 16:45 (Ref:3779491)   #696
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No Monteiro in Macau.
https://www.touringcartimes.com/2017...so-miss-macau/
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Old 8 Nov 2017, 18:07 (Ref:3779501)   #697
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Shame for the title to be decided this way. Gutted for Tiago
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Old 9 Nov 2017, 14:56 (Ref:3779624)   #698
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Huff drives slowly in Japan, helps lower the Citroen weight for Macau, where he will take pole and dominate race 2, provided no race 1 crash going for two victories.
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Old 16 Nov 2017, 16:02 (Ref:3780775)   #699
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Perhaps WTCC take on TCR regulations and permit manufacturers, move TCR International to become the new ETCC to allow privateers to have a playground to play in without having to match the high costs required to fight the manufacturers? WTCC and TCR Int. can't survive together with both under TCR regulations anyway.
Seemingly this is the step the WTCC will be taking if this source is trustable at all:

https://amp.championat.com/auto/news-2955555-wtcc-i-tcr-v-2018-godu-obedinjatsja-v-odin-chempionat.html
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Old Yesterday, 09:23 (Ref:3780926)   #700
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Negotiations ongoing between the FIA and WSC over use of TCR regulations and the merging of the two series:

https://www.touringcars.net/2017/11/...cr-regulations

It sounds like the FIA are OK in principle.

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Old Yesterday, 09:35 (Ref:3780927)   #701
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WTCC and TCR series set to merge in 2018
https://www.touringcartimes.com/2017...et-merge-2018/
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Old Yesterday, 09:42 (Ref:3780930)   #702
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No more World Championship status and top-level touring cars are now slow.
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No more World Championship status and top-level touring cars are now slow.
In my opinion perfect touring car is something like old ST cars (old, before spoiler introduction). No too fast, but challenging for drivers). Why does newer cars need to be faster then last gen? Faster cars needs more aerodynamics, which brings more money spending, which makes privateers spending more money, and eventually loosing them, and why would manufacturers come? Look like every manufacturer now wants team in some electric championship...
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In my opinion perfect touring car is something like old ST cars (old, before spoiler introduction). No too fast, but challenging for drivers). Why does newer cars need to be faster then last gen? Faster cars needs more aerodynamics, which brings more money spending, which makes privateers spending more money, and eventually loosing them, and why would manufacturers come? Look like every manufacturer now wants team in some electric championship...
Not saying they have to be faster, I'm not a big fan of S2000 TC1 either, but the difference is quite stark – akin to Group B down to Group A in the 1980s WRC.
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Old Yesterday, 10:28 (Ref:3780941)   #705
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I thinks it’s the only thing they can do, the TC1 has not been the step up the championship needed
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