When does WRC take over European Rally Championship?
WRC Promoter has today (Thursday) been awarded the commercial rights to promote the FIA European Rally Championship (ERC) in a multi-year agreement beginning in 2022.
How many rallies are there in the World Rally Championship?
With six rallies completed, the 2021 FIA World Rally Championship season has hit its midway mark. Take a look back at the first six months of the season, beginning in Monte-Carlo in January, before heading to new rallies in the Arctic Circle and Croatia.
Who is in the World Rally Championship in 2022?
Sébastien Loeb doesn’t strike you as a rally driver who would struggle to attract manufacturer attention. Nine rounds of the 2022 FIA World Rally Championship calendar were confirmed at Thursday’s FIA World Motor Sports Council meeting in Monaco.
Who are the frontrunners in the WRC?
FIA Junior WRC frontrunner Sami Pajari believes recent experience will prove beneficial at Rally Estonia next week (15 – 18 July). M-Sport Ford World Rally Team principal Richard Millener has urged Teemu Suninen to make the most of next week’s Rally Estonia.
When is the next round of the WRC?
The eSports WRC Championship presented by Toyota Gazoo Racing is headed to Japan for the eleventh round of the season with the focus on seeing who will lock in the remaining seven tickets available to the Grand Final. Hyundai’s new i20 N Rally2 car will make its competitive debut at next month’s Renties Ypres Rally Belgium (13 – 15 August).
Which is the new WRC car for 2022?
M-Sport Ford today (Thursday) became the first team to reveal its new-generation hybrid challenger for the landmark 2022 FIA Word Rally Championship – based on the Puma road car. FIA Junior WRC frontrunner Sami Pajari believes recent experience will prove beneficial at Rally Estonia next week (15 – 18 July).
Which is the longest stage in the WRC?
WRC returns to Estonia, this time with more than 300km of competitive kilometres to cover. Get the full preview of what lays ahead for drivers on the seventh round of the 2021 FIA World Rally Championship calendar. Watch M-Sport Ford’s Gus Greensmith and Chris Patterson through Kedong 1, 32.68km. The Safari’s longest stage and fastest.