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When you work on the World Rally Championship you must be prepared to travel. This is not a bad thing, in all honesty it's fabulous. However, when your alarm goes off at 2:30am you hardly leap out of bed with vigour!
I have to say right now that I am not brilliant in the morning. Less so when it's still practically night time. Half way through my 200 mile journey to the airport I realised that my t-shirt was inside out. If I couldn't get the basics right, what else had I possibly done wrong?
As I sit eating breakfast, nothing else seems to be amiss...
Airports are part and parcel of the whole WRC experience. Over the years WRC community have spent countless hours drinking coffee, shopping, lolling in lounges and getting flustered at security. We all have our nightmare stories of running through airports to get to a gate on time, losing bags and in some cases losing passports...
But, the destination and the rally always makes up for hours spent traveling.
Take this weekend for instance. In just over two hours we will be on one of the most picturesque islands in the mediterranean, Sardinia. Emerald waters gently lap against the rugged coastline. It is quite breathtaking.
It was fascinating to watch through Twitter, Facebook and Instagram as drivers and team members posted pictures of themselves sunbathing or swimming before recce got underway. Andreas Mikkelsen was one of the many - lying on a sandy beach!
The WRC Live crew always enjoy Italy. Colin and myself have spent many a happy event whether its gorging on pizza or recceing stages in the smallest car known to man. That is a story that we will tell this weekend, along with many others!
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