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World Rally Championship 2012

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Post time 6-12-2011 03:31 PM | Show all posts |Read mode
Post Last Edit by weta_studio at 9-5-2012 22:10

Aku buat thread baru untuk WRC season 2012..
Setiap perkembangan WRC bole follow thread ni..Terima Kasih..
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Post time 6-12-2011 03:48 PM | Show all posts
awal bukak...
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 Author| Post time 6-12-2011 03:55 PM | Show all posts
semangat skit arini..
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 Author| Post time 6-12-2011 04:12 PM | Show all posts
Terdapat 12 Team yang bertanding dalam WRC
Bole rujuk di bawah

http://www.wrc.com/drivers-and-teams/

Serba sedikit mengenai WRC

http://www.wrc.com/about-wrc/?page=74
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 Author| Post time 6-1-2012 03:48 PM | Show all posts
MINI Is Back For The 2012 World Rally Championship
BY   KURT ERNST
183 views January 5, 2012

fter missing a key deadline for entry into the 2012 World Rally Championships, it looked like MINI would be watching the 2012 WRC season from the sidelines. As is often the case in professional motorsports, there was more to the story than a missed paperwork deadline.

MINIs parent, BMW, is unhappy about television coverage of WRC events in the German market, and has concerns over the financial stability of the company that owns the broadcast rights.

Complicating things, the relationship between BMW and Prodrive, the company that builds and runs the MINI WRC cars, is best described as complex, and not in a good way.

Despite these hurdles, Autosport is reporting that the MINI WRC team will be back for the 2012 rally season, and that an announcement will be made to clarify the situation later in the week.

As it stands now, MINI will field two cars, but with only one full-time, factory backed driver. Spanish star Dani Sordo, who put the MINI WRC car on the podium twice last year, retains his job and will run the bulk of the 2012 events.

The second team car will be driven by private drivers with the cash to run an event, although team driver Kris Meeke is expected to drive a partial season for MINI.

Its possible that not even Sordo will run the full 2012 season, thanks to the costs associated with distant events like Rally New Zealand. Even Sordos seat could be available for rent if the team decides to cut back on expenses.

While this is far from an ideal situation, it allows MINI to run what amounts to a full season in at least one and possibly two cars. Even cloudier is what happens beyond the  2012 season, as Prodrives contract to run MINIs cars is up at the end of 2012.
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 Author| Post time 6-1-2012 03:50 PM | Show all posts





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Post time 9-1-2012 11:43 AM | Show all posts
fullmak mini masuk wrc.cempoi beb.
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Post time 9-1-2012 02:01 PM | Show all posts
proton lak masuk S-WRC, leh join pasal S-WRC kat sini ke?
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 Author| Post time 10-1-2012 11:27 AM | Show all posts
Reply 7# JohnDeSouza

tahun lepas dah mini masuk..

sbb lambat nak proceed entry.


keje last minit ler ni
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 Author| Post time 10-1-2012 11:30 AM | Show all posts
Reply 8# kurtzuandy

takde la bole

lgpun kategori bawah WRC juga
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Reply 8# kurtzuandy

bole

lgpun kategori bawah WRC juga
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Post time 11-1-2012 10:55 AM | Show all posts
Reply 9# weta_studio


   ya ka.opsss ketinggalan laks berita rally ni..
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 Author| Post time 12-1-2012 08:24 AM | Show all posts
Proton brings McRae name back to WRC

PROTON will field two Satria Neo S2000s in Monte Carlo, Sweden, New Zealand, Finland, Great Britain, France and Spain next season. Two-time Junior world champion PG Andersson and double European champion Giandomenico Basso will contest the season-opening Rallye Monte-Carlo with McRae set to feature for the team during the year.

PG and Giandomenico will both be driving in the SWRC, said PROTON Motorsports boss Chris Mellors. As well as them, Alister McRae will also be driving for us. Alisters priority will be the defence of his FIA Asia Pacific Rally Championship title, but we will see him in the SWRC as well. Beyond that, we havent made too many decisions, we want to look at drivers and keep an eye on some of the younger guys who are out there.

PROTON has enjoyed WRC success in the past, guiding Karamjit Singh to the Production world crown in 2002. In recent seasons it has concentrated on campaigns in the Asia Pacific series and the Intercontinental Rally Challenge.

Alister McRae, 41, is the younger brother of the late Colin McRae who won the WRC title in 1995 but lost his life in a helicopter accident in 2007. Alister McRae has made 75 starts at world level, his last coming on Rally New Zealand four years ago.






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 Author| Post time 12-1-2012 08:25 AM | Show all posts
Reply 12# JohnDeSouza

takpe..lgpun mini tak power sgt..

baru lagi kot
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Loeb Excited ahead of Monte return

Sebastien Loeb says he is relishing starting his bid for his ninth World Rally Championship title on Rallye Monte-Carlo.

The event, which begins in the French city of Valence on Tuesday 17 January, returns to the WRC trail for the first time in three years. Loeb says the rally is mythical and that its return is another boost to the championships popularity.

For sure Monte Carlo is a rally I always enjoyed, said Loeb, a five-time winner of the asphalt event. Its a rally in France with a very good atmosphere. Its a mythical rally, I think its nice its coming back in the championship. It was a bit disappointing when it was pulled out. Also its Daniel [Elena, my co-drivers] home rally, so he is very happy.

Loeb will be one of the favourites for honours on the 80th running of Rallye Monte-Carlo, which covers a competitive route of 430 kilometres and is due to finish in the Principality on Sunday 22 January.

The 37-year-old Frenchman will be at the wheel of a Citroen Total World Rally Team DS3 WRC.

Rallye Monte-Carlo last formed a round of the WRC in 2008 when Loeb claimed a comfortable victory ahead of new Citroen team-mate Mikko Hirvonen.

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Post time 12-1-2012 10:15 AM | Show all posts
perodua tak nak ato kelisa ke?

aku nak korbankn kelisa aku wat rally....

tapi tak nak driver kimi la..nnt masuk gaung
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Post time 12-1-2012 10:29 AM | Show all posts
aku kurang minat nak follow rally ni

tapi aku suke tgk... drive seko pun aku tak kenai...

kimi aku kenai la
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Post time 12-1-2012 11:43 AM | Show all posts
Reply  JohnDeSouza

takpe..lgpun mini tak power sgt..

baru lagi kot
weta_studio Post at 12-1-2012 08:25



   biasa la still baru lg beb.hehhee
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