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GP Week : Issue 7
Breaking new ground: Subaru’s logistics co- ordinator David Rees, above, is expecting this weekend’s Jordan Rally to be a challenge. ROUND 5 of the 2008 World Rally Championship takes teams into a completely new geographical region. All six WRC teams will be there and none of the top drivers have competed here before, which should help make this event a true level playing field. A total of 55 cars have been entered, including 16 of the 18 registered entries in the JWRC series, of which this is the second out of seven rounds. It will be a rare opportunity for local enthusiasts to see and hear the normally-aspirated cars run by JWRC competitors, and this will be the first time out for many of the competitors in this year’s series. There are to be no fewer than six Renault Clio R3 cars, while KNAF driver Hans Weijs makes the world championship debut of Citreon C2 R2 Max. Incidentally, it will be the first time cars running under the new Group R rules out-number the Super 1600 brigade in the JWRC. One disappointing factor is that only two drivers qualified for the Rookies category are on the start line; the Italian Francesco Fanari, who was the only Rookie in Mexico, and Weijs. Preview: Rally Jordan WRC INSIGHT >> 39