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GP Week : Issue 15
REGULARITY rallying, where absolutely precise time-keeping is paramount, is a fond aspect of rallying for privateers, especially in classic car events. Manipulation of results, either so that a favoured competitor in a team gets the victory, or so that the restart orders for the following day can be made more advantageous, have been seen before, but what happened in Turkey at the end of the first day was territory never explored before. It was all a consequence of the fact that with every passing car, cleaner, and therefore faster, road surfaces were encountered by the drivers. Smooth sailing: While Sebastien Loeb copped the worse of the rocks, below, some handy strategy work kept Ford on the smoother roads, left. 42