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 Post subject: Re: Rally of Turkey 2010
PostPosted: 17 Apr 2010, 09:02  
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dindi wrote:
Bosseking, I see you!!! Welcome! :D Kiitos for joining us :)


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 Post subject: Re: Rally of Turkey 2010
PostPosted: 17 Apr 2010, 09:03  
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SS13 sounds so frightening... please be safe Kimi :fear: :pray: :pray:

overall Kimi is 6th, having Villagra behind by 7.5 seconds and Wilson by 19 seconds :thumbsup:
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 Post subject: Re: Rally of Turkey 2010
PostPosted: 17 Apr 2010, 09:04  
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This is gonna be a long stage... concentrate, Kimi! Listen to Kaitsu! Krypton Granny!
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 Post subject: Re: Rally of Turkey 2010
PostPosted: 17 Apr 2010, 09:05  
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stay on the road Kimi...
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 Post subject: Re: Rally of Turkey 2010
PostPosted: 17 Apr 2010, 09:06  
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:lol: stupid me.. i thought you guys are tired of typing coz seems our thread is not moving.. just realize late that that i keep on refreshing #61 page while you are all in #66 page already.. :blink:
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 Post subject: Re: Rally of Turkey 2010
PostPosted: 17 Apr 2010, 09:06  
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Ploert wrote:
Yeah, Kaj is a really cool dude. We can't give him too much praise. He is a very important part of Kimi's rally-career. People tend to forget that.


That is so true, Ploert :cool:

The avatar shows just how calm and cool he is so it also reminds of Kimi having the best of the best sitting beside him so thanks for having Kaitsu in your avatar :hug:

@ Dindi, I saw Clarky as a member but where is he :<>: :<>: :<>: Thanks for stalking him though, Dindi :hug:

milpt140 :lol:

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 Post subject: Re: Rally of Turkey 2010
PostPosted: 17 Apr 2010, 09:07  
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Ploert wrote:
Yeah, Kaj is a really cool dude. We can't give him too much praise. He is a very important part of Kimi's rally-career. People tend to forget that.


I highly count on him :thumbsup:
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 Post subject: Re: Rally of Turkey 2010
PostPosted: 17 Apr 2010, 09:07  
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milpt140 wrote:
:lol: stupid me.. i thought you guys are tired of typing coz seems our thread is not moving.. just realize late that that i keep on refreshing #61 page while you are all in #66 page already.. :blink:

:rofl: :rofl:
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 Post subject: Re: Rally of Turkey 2010
PostPosted: 17 Apr 2010, 09:08  
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Krypton Granny - you people come up with the best names :lol:

Did you hear how they are going to tell Kimi how many fans he has in rally now?

About time, if you ask me :cool:

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 Post subject: Re: Rally of Turkey 2010
PostPosted: 17 Apr 2010, 09:09  
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luieluv wrote:
SS13/SS17: Riva. 27.17km starts in 4 mins

Riva stands apart as the longest and toughest stage of the rally and has the potential to cause some serious upsets - especially on the repeat pass. The road is made of thick gravel and big, sharp stones from beginning to end. But despite the rough surface Riva is extremely fast - flat-out for most of the way with only a few chicanes to bring down the average speed. The opening 10kms are wide, fast and flowing, but the huge stones on the road could cause punctures if they're hit too hard. Road cleaning won't be an issue here because the gravel is too heavy. After skirting the Black Sea coast the stage becomes tighter with a smoother surface, so it will remain quick. The final two kilometres are actually on the beach, with the waves rolling in on one side and a few jumps before the flying finish in a holiday resort.

That sounds so cool.. This is the kind of section Kaj said would suit Kimi - fast and wide.

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 Post subject: Re: Rally of Turkey 2010
PostPosted: 17 Apr 2010, 09:09  
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Now Kimi should take the rally Jordan approach and I think he will. This stage is a killer if not carefull. :zz:
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 Post subject: Re: Rally of Turkey 2010
PostPosted: 17 Apr 2010, 09:10  
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Yeah, Dheeb. Hope Kimi doesn't get carried away, though...
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 Post subject: Re: Rally of Turkey 2010
PostPosted: 17 Apr 2010, 09:10  
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SpaMaster wrote:
luieluv wrote:
SS13/SS17: Riva. 27.17km starts in 4 mins

Riva stands apart as the longest and toughest stage of the rally and has the potential to cause some serious upsets - especially on the repeat pass. The road is made of thick gravel and big, sharp stones from beginning to end. But despite the rough surface Riva is extremely fast - flat-out for most of the way with only a few chicanes to bring down the average speed. The opening 10kms are wide, fast and flowing, but the huge stones on the road could cause punctures if they're hit too hard. Road cleaning won't be an issue here because the gravel is too heavy. After skirting the Black Sea coast the stage becomes tighter with a smoother surface, so it will remain quick. The final two kilometres are actually on the beach, with the waves rolling in on one side and a few jumps before the flying finish in a holiday resort.

That sounds so cool.. This is the kind of section Kaj said would suit Kimi - fast and wide.


Bless you Dheeban for those words :hug:

We are all going into pieces here #Fear :E :pray:

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 Post subject: Re: Rally of Turkey 2010
PostPosted: 17 Apr 2010, 09:10  
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loeb is too quick in split 1

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 Post subject: Re: Rally of Turkey 2010
PostPosted: 17 Apr 2010, 09:11  
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I will be a chain smoker during SS13 and 17 :pray:
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