Teams couldn't find better surface then those from the special stages of legendary Rally Acropolis in Greece.
Well it's all about rough and dusty gravel terrain which is kinda similar to the roads of Rally Turkey.
Suspension of these modern WRC cars will have to work hard but these days manufacturers gone wild with all the evolution of building of suspension that cars after rally just have to be washed and that's it.
That's why suspension of modern WRC cars costs almost 40 000€. If whole car costs around 750 000€, then this is for peanuts.
Some of the Hyundai drivers already tested in Greece and now it was turn for Belgium's Thierry Neuville who finished 2nd overall in WRC for so many seasons. He just can't break through to the maiden WRC title (so far).
Watch this video and conclude by yourself about surface and Neuville's style of driving.