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So, how does one get into rallying on a tight budget in Europe? I've been super into rallying since I can remember but unfortunately I don't have a lot of disposable income. In fact, I don't even know where to begin. Most other people I've asked before simply said "lmao just forget about it kid ur never gonna make it" but I want to make the dream come true. Country is Poland.
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Have you looked up what kind of racing licencing you'll need?
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>>19421618
Buy a cheap fwd car for now, rally cars are tree magnets
https://youtu.be/8FSvaq7bkhU
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>>19421931
rwd sucks for rallying anyways desu
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>>19421919
In Poland u have a lot of small rallies where u don't need any racing license, youtube related
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xzm9yzvLA3Q
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>>19421618
find some sponsors
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>>19421618
Acquire Twingo
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As for a car, Polish Ultimate Rookie Racing Shitbox is Cinquecento or Seicento. Dirt cheap car with dirt cheap parts for replacement. If you watch any beginner race or rally in Poland you'll see a ton of them, they are basically a class of their own.
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>>19421618
Polski Związek Motorowy <- ask them(no, I´m not polish)

https://www.pzm.pl/

or maybe you have some local motorsport club or go to a small rally and ask the officials
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>>19423739
Well duh, Rally and RWD should not even be the same sentence
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>>19421618
>country is poland

ayy kurwa, hit KJS. All you need is fully working car and helmet.
>but i don't want conefagging, i want to skid in dirt
But you have to start somewhere, and after KJS you have SKJS which is pretty much rally. Hell, some ordinary KJS stages are sometimes pretty rally-ish, except short.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qPkZeTmVsIY

>lmao just forget about it
fuck them, amateur rally is affordable fun in our glorious country. look around for events next to you, hit it with your shitbox, then it will all come along nicely on its own. no more "where to start", better people will explain everything nicely.
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Take my word with a grain of salt because I dont know wtf im talking about but I think those late 90s early 2000s ford ka are a good vessel for modifying since I saw a bunch used for that end, also they look qt
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>>19421618
Start by going to some local or close rallies. Speak with the drivers and co-drivers, ask them about advice.
But as some said before, you will need some sort of licence. Here in Sweden we have a website for that but I'm not sure how it works in Poland.
After that is sorted out, search on your car websites for a decent beginner car. Aim for a stock golf 2 or something similar in which you can learn to drive. Not sure what the group is called in Poland, but it's only stock cars.
While you speak to the drivers, ask them about local places to train, mabye you have training days or something.
Have fun!
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>>19423739
retard.

If you are a good driver you will be fine
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>>19423739
There are 037 reasons why you're wrong.




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