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GP Week : Issue 35
New Pug unveiled PEUGEOT has released details of its new 207 RC Rallye, a turbocharged front-wheel- drive 1.6 litre car aimed at the customer market and available for the 2009 Peugeot Coupe series in France. Developed in pre-production form by Stephane Sarrazin and Bryan Bouffier, lower cost and higher performance are the attractions. Sarrazin is to drive one of these new models as zero-car on the forthcoming Criterium Cevennes and Rallye du Var events later this year. The car has already been homologated for the newly announced Group R3T category for turbocharged cars. This is the latest version of production car from Peugeot intended for private competitors, a range which has continued for over 20 years and helped shaped the career of countless top French drivers. Belfast out, Enniskillen in THE ceremonial start for cross-border Rally Ireland, the opening round of the 2009 World Rally Championship, is to be held in the Northen Ireland city of Enniskillen. This is two hours drive away from Sligo, the city in the Republic of Ireland where the rally is based. In 2007, the ceremonial start, as well as the first special stage, were held at Stormont in Belfast, which necessitated elaborate transport arrangements for the crews and the teams. Plans to hold a championship preview in Belfast the weekend before the start are still under consideration. 18