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Here is the schedule of the WRC Sweden coverage at least for my area, but I am certain that the times will probably be the same for anyplace with The Speed Channel or Speedvision or wahtever else it is they are calling themselves these days. Now we just need ot watch and let them know that we are glad they are showing racing other than NASCAR.

Fri 1 11:00 PM Auto Racing: FIA World Rally SPVN
Sat 2 11:00 PM Auto Racing: FIA World Rally SPVN
Sun 3 11:00 PM Auto Racing: FIA World Rally SPVN
Mon 4 5:00 PM Auto Racing: FIA World Rally SPVN
Mon 4 11:00 PM Auto Racing: FIA World Rally SPVN
Tue 5 5:00 PM Auto Racing: FIA World Rally SPVN
Wed 6 5:00 PM Auto Racing: FIA World Rally SPVN
Thu 7 5:00 PM Auto Racing: FIA World Rally SPVN
Fri 8 5:00 PM Auto Racing: FIA World Rally SPVN
 

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Well, the good news is that Peter Solsboerg is currently running 6th overall. The bad news is that Tommi retired after hitting a snowbank and damaging his cooling system on SS4. Makinen had been running 19th due to starting out front of the field and having to clear the road of fresh snow for all the others.
 

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Day 1:

1. Granholm (Peugeot) +00'00"
2. Rovanpera (Peugeot) +00'00"
3. C. Mcrae (Ford) +00'41"
4. Passonen(Mistu) +00'53"
5. Loix (Hyundai) +01'01"
6. Solberg (Subaru) +01'02"
..others...
8. Sainz (Ford) +01'16"
11. A. Mcrae (Mitsu) +01'20"
13. Burns (Peugeot) +01'43"
 

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Assuming the peugeots hold together, they are going to be really tough to beat. Rovanpera won that event last year, and gronholm has always been a top finisher there. But if anyone is going to be able to launch an assault on the top 3 its petter (barring any accidents like last year).
 
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