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A tactical masterstroke: Richard Burns, Rally NZ 2001

Manipulating your starting position in World Rally Championship rallies is something that’s been going on for years, however, Subaru and Richard Burns did it to perfection in New Zealand in 2001.

We look back at that event, and how dropping 45 seconds at the end of day one proved to be a masterstroke for the eventual World Rally Champion.

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