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GP Week : Issue 53
>>WRCASIGHT Half Term Report: MARTIN HOLMES looks back at a fascinating 2009 World Rally season to date W HEN Sebastien Loeb won the first five rounds of the 2009 World Rally Championship, little could he have imagined that three rounds later, after Rally Poland, he would not be leading the series. When Patrik Sandell won two rounds of the Production Car World championship with his Skoda and came second on another, would he have imagined that, by mid-year, he would no longer be statistically able to win the series? These are some of the curiosities of this year’s World Championship, a series in 2009 made up of events which formed part of the FIA’s event rotation policy. It is a season with an unusual imbalance, with eight rounds already held, only another four rounds to go, the running of one of which (the British round) was in severe doubt until middle of June and another (Repco Rally Australia) was only finally confirmed in the last week in June. The 2009 season has been most unusual! INrgentina 35