19. Rally Italia Sardegna 2022

WRC #5WRC2 Open #5WRC2 Junior #5WRC2 Masters #5WRC3 Open #5
2. 6. – 5. 6. 2022, Alghero • Automobile Club d'Italia • gravel 307.91 km - (cancelled 27.89 km) • total distance including road sections - 1303.38 km • Other yearsOther years
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SS15 Monte Lerno di Pattada 1 - 17.01 km
- 4. 6. 14:46
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Dominguez Jr. Diego
- Peñate Rogelio

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RC3 12:48.979.6
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Černý Jan
- Střeska Tomáš

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RC3 12:52.3+3.4
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László Zoltán
- Kürti Tamás

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RC3 14:01.7+1:12.8
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Černý Jan
- Střeska Tomáš

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RC32:35:47.2
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Dominguez Jr. Diego
- Peñate Rogelio

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RC32:36:10.2
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László Zoltán
- Kürti Tamás

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RC32:41:18.8
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#56 flag Díaz-Aboitiz Miguel
- Hereu Jordi
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- Late (3 min) at TC
#64 flag Messori Giuseppe
- Cottu Pier Paolo
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- Late (2 min) at TC
#58 flag Tali Francesco
- Caldart Cristina
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- Late (3 min) at TC
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"It looks good. I am just driving very clean, always in the line with no pushing. It's working okay at the moment."
"The giggling pin fell out of the laughing shaft, but I managed to put it back in again and now we're okay."
"The grip was very low. I just tried to be very low at the end, but it's like that."
"It looks good. I am just driving very clean, always in the line with no pushing. It's working okay at the moment."
"It was really slippery. I made some small mistakes so I lost time and confidence, but it's okay."
"I ran a little bit wide and it was very slippery. I touched the barriers and I am lucky to be here! I don't know how I did it."
"It's a problem, but it's nothing very special. We are managing it."
"There's a lot of loose gravel in there. The last 1.5km is some of the slippiest gravel I've ever driven on."
"On this one, the car and the balance is really hard to drive in the really loose conditions. I didn't want to push and I came through with no mistakes."
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Fourmaux on SS17, pic of WRC+
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Lappi on stage 10, pic WRC+
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