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11-18-2005 08:26 AM
Torche uh...i have cable...but i dont get SPEED..
11-18-2005 12:21 AM
Oni No, I meant they'll probably be first in the manufacturer points - Ford that is - next year. It's hard to say, though, with the new FIA regulations and all the driver switches. I don't think the Subaru is having trouble; I just think they don't have a very well-rounded team. You've got Petter who is a awesome on gravel, but not competitive on tarmac. Then, you've got Atkinson who's still learning how to pace himself, but he's still better skilled on gravel than tarmac. They need someone who's definitely a master of the paved roads.
11-16-2005 09:47 PM
Angelus897
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Originally posted by ilcowil
Maybe it'll be pushing first next year, but I think Subaru has a good car under them along with Mitsubishi. The latter just needs good drivers, but I think they'll slowly climb up the ranks again.
Like Ford had good drivers under them? I'd say Gardemeister and Rovenpera are on about the same plane (though the latter seems to be a little better). I don't know why the Scooby is having trouble. Just too much bad luck lately (the Japan Rally was painful to see).
11-16-2005 05:07 AM
Oni Get cable or satellite.
11-16-2005 04:00 AM
Torche i so DESPERATELY want to watch the WRC

but i dont get the channel


does ANYONE have a solution??
11-15-2005 08:20 PM
Oni Maybe it'll be pushing first next year, but I think Subaru has a good car under them along with Mitsubishi. The latter just needs good drivers, but I think they'll slowly climb up the ranks again.
11-15-2005 05:15 PM
Angelus897
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Originally posted by DrkKnight614
yea maybe if like the focus team wins and beats all the subbies and other cars Ford will be like....ooo its beating all those cars maybe we should bring a turbo'd awd version to the states so it can compete with the evo and the wrx....boy i think that woudl really sell. Oh sorry about that i accidently fell asleep for a while.
Ford is ahead of Subaru and Mitsubishi (especially the latter), thanks to the consistent finishes. In the manufacturer standings it's usually 2nd or 3rd... behind the French.
11-15-2005 01:15 PM
Oni Yeah, I've read that Mitsu is on the verge of bankruptcy, and not to mention if they do survive that long, they're going to revise the Evo into a whole different sort of car. That's why I'm hoping when I graduate, I'll be set up with a career to be able to afford a IX MR. If they do go under without being bought out, I bet you those cars will become collectors here in the U.S.
11-15-2005 07:51 AM
blackandgold
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Originally posted by ilcowil
They really brought over the Evo since the WRX is doing so well in sales, and Mitsu figured there's a similar market for their car here. I don't know how that's working out, but I plan on getting an Evo IX MR once I finish this final year of college and start my career. Let's just hope I find a place that will offer me a career start or no Evo IX MR.
If you want an EVO get one soon. It seems as though Mitsu is running on borrowed time right now which is scary. The STi needs the EVO to push it even further and vice cersa. Ford kind of lost sight with the Mustang after Chevy stopped producing the Camaro so I don't want the same thing to happen here.
11-14-2005 11:11 PM
Oni They really brought over the Evo since the WRX is doing so well in sales, and Mitsu figured there's a similar market for their car here. I don't know how that's working out, but I plan on getting an Evo IX MR once I finish this final year of college and start my career. Let's just hope I find a place that will offer me a career start or no Evo IX MR.
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