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|12th December 2007, 21:56||#16|
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Regarding where to watch WRC - start sports and ten sports. But they make it sure that they dont advertise much ensuring people miss out. During the days a rally is on, i have caught seen the days action at 12:30 at night on friday's on star sports.
Gronholm retiring makes next season more one sided.
On a side note - Why isnt Subaru making that much of a dent in WRC? And where is Mitsu? Neither of these two cars are doing well in the overall standings
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