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2020 Romania: Rally Championship
Source- www.autorally.ro/ranking/ranking.php?c=1&co=CNR 2020-07-06 12:18
2004-2011 Andy Burton Peugeot 306 Cosworth
Source- drivetribe.com/p/andy-burtons-306-cosworth-TD-8IbMyRzCpiSQftTKXzQ?iid=J0Me9KHKQXqW4ccbGmFQKw 2020-06-27 01:20
1991 Spain: Rally Championship (Gravel)
Rinspeed wrote This for example, you can erase after 20 (21 because also at 8 points). I don't have the others championships you do recently...

Done. Driver 21 is kept, since it has the same points as Driver 20.
2020-06-15 00:12
1991 Great Britain: Rally Championship
Rinspeed wrote
no problem. Yes you can, and also of some of last championships you do. It's juste because if we do it for one, it will become like before with a lot of drivers without pics and not very important

Ah ok then.
Thanks for clarifying. :)

Please let me know which championships I should delete and I will delete them. :)
2020-06-14 23:41
1991 Great Britain: Rally Championship
Rinspeed wrote Why more than 20 drivers? There are another ones that you do like that also (national championships)

So sorry!

I can delete the other drivers who are below 20th if needed (from 21st to 30th for example).
2020-06-14 23:16
1991 Spain: Rally Championship (Gravel)
The championship had two sepparate points system, which a driver would score not just for overall position, but also the class position:

Overall: 20-15-12-10-8-6-4-3-2-1
Class: 12-10-8-6-4

There were two categories, the Category 1 being for 4x4 Rally Cars, while the Category 2 was for 2x2 Rally Cars.

The points system lasted until 2009.
2020-06-12 18:32
2020 Great Britain: Rally Championship
Looks like that Great Britain Rally Championship has ended.

2020-06-10 20:25
2018 France: Rally Championship (Gravel)
Driver 14 is Adrien Formaux. For some reason, I see "Ford Fiesta R2" in driver name. 2020-06-10 20:24
1991 Spain: Rally Championship (Asphalt)
Points system
Overall: 20-15-12-10-8-6-4-3-2-1
Class: 15-12-10-8-6

This points system was used exclusively for Spanish Asphalt Rally Championship from 1985 to 1991.
2020-06-07 19:57
2013-2015 Jos Kuypers Racing Ford Focus ST
Source- erc24.com/archives/10210#more-10210 2020-05-30 17:29
2018 Belgium: Rallycross Championship (Supercars)
In 2018, the major championship for Belgian Rallycross Championship was the Supercars class.

There were also other classes: Super 1600, Sprintcars, Supernationals- and Supercars+. However, the major championship for this championship in 2018 is the Supercars class.
2020-05-30 14:57
2019 Belgium: Rallycross Championship (Super 1600)
There were 4 Categories in 2019 Belgian Rallycross championship:
Super 1600, Supernationals+, Supernationals and X-Cross. There was no Supercar class in this year.

I don't know if I should add other classes (Supernationals+, Supernationals- and X-Cross), since the major championship class (the supercars) did not start due to lack of entries. So for 2019 Belgian Rallycross Championship, the major championship was the Super 1600.
2020-05-29 14:59
1984-1995 BMW 3 Gr. A8 [E30]
Do 318is, 323i, 325i and 325ix rally versions need a sepparate page? 2020-05-22 21:50
VM Competición Source- vmcompeticion.com/ 2020-05-21 01:34
1997 Ukraine: Rally Championship
mikhail2003 wrote
Ewrc has various rally stuff, I surprised myself TBH.

Mikhail, we put only drivers with points.


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2020-05-20 13:18
1997 Ukraine: Rally Championship
Nice! Please give me the source of the results. 2020-05-20 10:53
1988 Poland: Rally championship
I did the 1990 Poland Rally Championship and I'm planning to add the years which aren't on WCS yet. Right now, I'm on 1991 Rally Championships and then I'll go to 1992 Rally Championships and so on. 2020-05-18 13:25
1950 Formula 1
Rinspeed wrote Why is there 2 drivers at 37th place? (both finished in 10th place in a GP)

Well, for some reason, the program put them at 37th place instead of 37th and 38th place respectively...
2020-05-12 11:24
1995-1998 Proton Wira 4WD A8 Series II
Rinspeed wrote
but why for rallu cars? it's the same cars...

If it's the same cars, then I don't think that a sepparate page for Proton Persona is needed...

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2020-05-11 03:15
2004-2005 Ford Focus 4WD Gr. P12
Source- autoworld.com.my/news/2004/10/14/Ford-Focus-Wins-Class-in-Malaysian-Rally-Championships-2004/?fbclid=IwAR1XUlvsS2LhxeDm7sbkOtjRo4zwszD9l3B7peZmKhRpETY-dleXPc4g34g 2020-05-11 03:11
1995-1998 Proton Wira 4WD A8 Series II
Rinspeed wrote

Here's the reason why...

"The Wira saw its British debut in November 1993, where it was renamed 'Proton Persona'. The Persona effectively replaced the original Proton and the Mpi facelift in the British market, although both Mpi and Persona models were sold in parallel for a further three years, until Mpi imports ended in 1996. As with the Mpi, the Persona used multi point fuel injection to comply with the Euro emissions standards."
2020-05-10 23:36
1995-1998 Proton Wira 4WD A8 Series II
JFK wrote I think bunch of irl photographs of some Wira were in game Rally Championship 2000, i am not sure if it was the correct version tho. You could probably use those.

Does Proton Persona need a sepparate page? Proton Wira was sold in UK as "Proton Persona".
2020-05-10 22:25
2000-2005 Proton Satria A5
Although that there is a Proton Satria 1.6 in rally, there is also a 1.3 engine available for rally.

Source- historicdb.fia.com/cars/list/field_make/proton-880
2020-05-10 22:19
1995-1998 Proton Wira 4WD A8 Series II
Rinspeed wrote very bad pic

I know Rinspeed, I'm very sorry. But unfortunately it was the best pic that I could get, since most of pictures of Wira 4WD are from Group N version. This is Group A Version here.

I will try to get a better picture to replace it...
2020-05-10 20:48
1992-1994 Proton Iswara 2WD Gr. S
Source- paultan.org/2020/03/02/replika-proton-iswara-group-s-2wd-karamjit-singh-1992-impian-kanak-kanak-allan-kini-tercapai/ 2020-05-10 13:19
1991-1994 Proton Iswara 4WD Turbo Gr. S
Source- www.carthrottle.com/post/wykdkox/ 2020-05-10 12:56
2019 Spain: Cross Country Championship
Source- www.rfeda.es/documents/20185/999789/Pil-iEPbo4zy.pdf/ca97f811-8fa3-45ca-87f8-ab74c0a797b5 2020-05-08 21:38
1993-1995 Hyundai Lantra N3 [J1]
Rinspeed wrote ?

It's with picture now...
2020-05-06 00:38
2019 Formula E
mikhail2003 wrote
For me his results are displayed at the top despite I've already added them

Well, I had the same problem with "'d" a few years ago... Unfortunately the program does not like "d'Ambrosio". Perhaps you have to put "d Ambrosio" instead of "d'Ambrosio".
2020-05-05 14:42
2018 France: Andros Trophy: Elite Pro
I think that it should be considered as 2018 Andros Trophy Elite Pro, as it starts on December 2017 and it ends at February 2018. 2020-05-04 13:43
2019 Formula E
I think that it should be considered as 2019 season, not 2018, since Formula GT consider as 2018/19 season. If it begins in December 2018 and it ends at July 2019, then I think it should be considered as 2019 Formula E, not 2018 Formula E. 2020-04-30 21:41
2018 Ukraine: UTC: Ukrainian Touring Championship: GT Open
mikhail2003 wrote I think GT Open should be removed from the name

It can't be, since there is no Overall Championship in this season's Ukranianian Touring Championship.

Same for 2019 season, but different categories: GT Open, Touring and Super Touring.

Source- uatouring.com/

And also, the picture on driver 13 from VAZ Lada 2108 Samara has a watermark, which is copyrighted.

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2020-04-30 16:39
2020 Portugal: Rally Championship
Rally Portugal cancelled :( 2020-04-30 11:57
2018 Ukraine: UTC: Ukrainian Touring Championship: GT Open
Rinspeed wrote
so what we do?

Well, if the GT Open Championship is considered a major championship for Ukranian Touring Car Championship, then the U1600 (Under 1600) would have to be erased...
2020-04-29 23:18
2018 Ukraine: UTC: Ukrainian Touring Championship: GT Open
mikhail2003 wrote This page should be called "2018 Ukraine: UTC: Ukrainian Touring Championship: GT Open" (forgot to put ":") and the other one should be called "2018 Ukraine: UTC: Ukrainian Touring Championship: U1600", it's two separate classes, but they've competed in the same races.

U1600 it's Under 1600, if not mistaken.
2020-04-29 20:58
1986-1990 VAZ Lada Samara 1.3 [2108]
Source- auta5p.eu/lang/en/katalog/auto.php?idf=Lada-Samara-1.3-Racing-24209 2020-04-29 20:21
2018 Ukraine: UTC: Ukrainian Touring Championship: GT Open
Rinspeed wrote
so this is the other to erase?

I tried to get the Technical Regulations, but unfortunately the official website does not display the Technical Regulations.... :/
2020-04-29 19:16
2018 Ukraine: UTC: Ukrainian Touring Championship: GT Open
Well, somehow the Ukranian Organisation has decided to name it as "GT Open" to the Major Championship, the +2000cc Category... 2020-04-29 18:30
2007-2008 VAZ Lada Kalina Cup [1119]
Source- www.zr.ru/content/news/33013-lada_kalina_cup_i_kalina_rally_na_smt-2007/ 2020-04-29 18:23
1968-1971 Land-Rover Series II 109 Station Wagon
The picture of that car has a American plate.. 2020-04-27 16:22
1950 Formula 1
I thought that we would put only drivers with points in Formula 1... 2020-04-27 00:31
1950 Formula 1
Rinspeed wrote someone can finish this or no?

I'm busy with finishing the 1991 FIA Cup for Drivers of Production Cars (FIA Group N Championship) at the moment, but I can also finish the 1950 Formula 1, if necessary.
2020-04-27 00:19
1989-1990 Mitsubishi Minica Lettuce Mk.VI [H20]
Congratulations, Maki! :) 2020-04-26 18:05
Audi (USA)
Desscythe17 wrote Does anyone have suggestions on what to do with this page?

I thought it was important for Audi USA to have its own page, mainly because of the models from the 70s and 80s that look very different from their European counterparts. If we are looking at the more modern models however, 2000+ and especially 2010+, they all look extremely similar to the European models, to the point where I think it's difficult to justify a separate page for the American market model (I also don't think the engine options are very different).

I am thinking about maybe deleting some of the newer models, merging them with the European models, or leaving them as they are. What do you guys think? Should I keep adding new American market Audis to this page?

I think that you should continue adding new American market Audis to the Page, as their headlights and front lights are different compared to the European Models...
2020-04-26 12:43
1983-1987 Toyota Corolla Liftback [E80]
Desscythe17 wrote Ford78, if you look at the small preview picture of this car, you can see that the car is barely in it.
What I usually do is I go into Microsoft Paint, I remove some of the space in the picture above the car and then reupload it. That should make it a bit better ;)

Thanks Desscythe17! I'll fix the picture in a few minutes. :)
2020-04-26 10:27
1979-1983 Toyota Corolla Liftback [E70]
JFK wrote I am very certain it wasnt avaliable in Czechoslovakia and i have doubts it was avaliable in romania and USSR, same goes with other Corollas from 1980s...

Thanks for the information!

This Corolla page here is the European version.
2020-04-25 19:40
1979-1983 Toyota Corolla [E70]
Desscythe17 wrote
It has the steering wheel on the left side, so I don't think it's Australian. Judging by some of the info that comes with the picture, I think it's a German model.

I think that the picture is from E80 model, not the E70, seeing by its bumper...
2020-04-25 19:39
1979-1983 Toyota Corolla [E70]
Desscythe17 wrote
I don't know if the headlights are important, but I found this: commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:KE70V-last.jpg

Thanks, but this picture is from a Australian model, if I'm not mistaken.
2020-04-25 17:26
1983-1987 Toyota Corolla Compact [E80]
Again, 1.6 4A-LC Engine was exclusive to Swiss and Swedish Markets only. 1984 saw the first 2E Engines debuting on Corolla which have 12 total valves instead of 8 valves. And also, 4A-GE engine of 116-124 PS is available to all AE80 Corolla versions except the Hatchbacks: The Hatchbacks with 4A-GE engines have 121 PS.

Here are the list of European Market chassis of Corolla 1983-1987:
"AE80/EE80 — FWD 4-door sedan, 5-door liftback, 3/5-door hatchback (2A, 2E engines)
AE82 — FWD 4-door sedan, 5-door liftback, 3/5-door hatchback (4A engine)
AE86 — RWD 2-door coupé, 3-door hatchback coupé (4A engine)
CE80 — FWD 1.8 diesel 4-door sedan, 5-door liftback, 5-door hatchback (1C engine)"
2020-04-25 15:17
1979-1983 Toyota Corolla Liftback [E70]
There were two engines which were made exclusively to Swedish and Suiss Markets.

From Wikipedia:
"Due to their peculiar emissions regulations, the most powerful engine available to a Swiss and Swedish Liftback buyer was the 1,770 cc 3T unit, producing 80 PS (59 kW) in 1983.[21] The 1982 Swedish models produce 58 or 78 PS (43 or 57 kW) for the 4K or 3T engines".
2020-04-25 14:35

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