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Rally Argentina always make the heart beat a little faster. In a good way, obviously.
For the Europeans amongst us, the adventure to South America is always special. A stop in Buenos Aires to sample all that the vibrant city has to offer is taken up by many before making the journey onto Cordoba and then rally central; Villa Carlos Pas.
I cannot remember how many times I have been to Argentina, almost 10 maybe. There are many journalists who have double, or triple that figure. And I can understand why.
There have been many great moments over the years at the event. Passionate fans fill the stages and have witnessed many battles and dramas. This rally never fails to deliver an action packed, adrenaline fueled few days.
There is no time for jet lag - from the moment you set foot off the plane you are swept up by rally fever. The whole town is geared up for this one week and it is impossible not to be drawn in by the enthusiastic fans.
The rally community prides itself on its ability to consume as much red meat as possible during the week. The steaks are some of the best you will get in the world and people fill up on it, consuming their own body weight in 'Lomo', all washed down with a glass of fabulous Argentinean Malbec of course.
So, that's your tummy sorted. Feeding yourself up before heading out to any stages in Argentina probably isn't a wise move though. Arguably the best food you will taste would be fresh off the parilla at the side of a world famous stage. The smells of barbeques drift for miles and I defy anyone to stand out for hours without trying a tasty morsel.
Us service park dwellers are not 'left out' as local chefs construct the biggest parilla known to man in the centre of the service area. The finest Chefs at Citroen, VW and M-Sport have a lot to compete with!
If you happen to be 'passing through' Carlos Pas, you are left in no doubt there is a rally in town. The sounds of the cars around the town roar in the air but more than the cars it's the sound of the spectators that send a shiver down your spine.
Fans who have waited patiently for the one week of the year when WRC rolls into town. They are chanting, singing, shouting and laughing - having a great time and they want everyone to be part of it - it is probably the most intoxicating part of the whole event. Aside from the Malbec of course...
Added to the sounds and smells are the stunning vistas when you head to the stages. Views as far as the eye can see and rocky formations which fool you into thinking you could be on the moon.
Some of the finest images I have ever seen from the worlds best WRC photographers have been out on the stages here in Argentina.
For the WRC Live team, Argentina is a firm favourite. To be able to bring all the atmosphere that the event provides to everyone around the world is nothing short of a privilege.
Every year we are able to tell a different story - so what will it be this time?
We are now four rounds in to 2013, and although Ogier has made it look easy out there on the stages could it be about to get tougher for him? Loeb returns for this event, Sordo is back on form, Ostberg just keeps getting quicker...mouthwateringly exciting!
We always ask you for your event predictions but this time we are asking for your questions to the great and the good of the WRC. If you were to ask anyone anything at all, to who and what would it be? Email or tweet your questions to us using the hashtag #WRCLive and we will pose it to whoever you choose! Sound like a good deal? It is!
Our on air times are as follows, all times local to Villa Carlos Pas which is UTC/GMT-3
Wednesday May 1st: 1600
Thursday May 2nd: 9am
Friday May 3rd: 0820am
Saturday May 4th: 0845am