WRC: A comfort to the economic Greek tragedy

WRC: A comfort to the economic Greek tragedy

Last weeks' Acropolis Rally ran in the cash-strapped country of Greece. Was that a wise thing to do? Absolutely, insists David Evans

The streets of Loutraki burned last Sunday night. And threading my hire car through a bunch of angry protestors wasn't going well. I opened my window and offered a tentative "kali spera". A thick-set fellow of six-and-a-bit feet slapped his hand on the roof, leaned into the car and glowered at me.

And then smiled.

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