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Last weekend, several thousand miles apart, the second rounds of both the British and Japanese national rally championships happened concurrently. I know who won both rallies, how the top Scot fared on the Pirelli Rally, and how my friend’s team fared on the Kumakogen Rally. I know what happened to one other car in the BRC, and that’s about it. By contrast, I know what the driver of the number thirteen Toyota in Japan had for lunch (tangerines), how much grief the service crew of the orange Yaris had fixing the brake pipes (lots), and which airline one of the Subaru BRZ crews used to get to the island (Peach).
Rally Nasaura – http://www.rallynasaura.net
The key differentiating factor was Rally Nasaura. Over the two days of Kumakogen, my Twitter feed was plastered with a mysterious red flying finish board avatar, each Tweet carrying…
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