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    Default WRC 2018 -save of the year? or just luicky?



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    I say good skill saved the day, most would have binned it

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    I'd say that was in the bin, he's just lucky there was nothing solid in that ditch.
    Skill may have stopped it going into the paddock upside down.
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    Skill....no doubt....see the wheel work from inside the car...and the continued commitment
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    Agree. Skill prevented him going off into the landscape. No panic. Kept his boot in and drove out of it. But as said he was lucky there was nothing firm hiding in the table drain to trip over.
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