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12.02.20
The 2020 FIA Junior WRC Championship gets underway at this weekend’s Rally Sweden – with 16 of the sport’s most promising young talents going head-to-head for one of the biggest prizes in motorsport.
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07.02.20
The FIA World Rally Championship resumes next week with the unique test of Rally Sweden (13-16 February), round two of the 2020 season.
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21.01.20
FIA announces changes to the 2020 World Rally Championship calendar
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17.01.20
A new season of the FIA World Rally Championship kicks off with a reshuffled pack of drivers taking on the oldest, demanding and one of the most famous events on the calendar: Rallye Monte-Carlo (January 23-26).
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20.12.19
Pirelli has been confirmed as the exclusive Tyre Supplier to the FIA World Rally Championship under a four-year agreement commencing in 2021 specific to the RC1 (Rally1) and RC2 (Rally2) classes.
Pierre-Louis Loubet (left), 2019 WRC Tour de Corse
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15.11.19
Pierre-Louis Loubet and Vincent Landais have claimed the FIA WRC 2 title* following the cancellation of this week’s final round in Australia.
Hyundai Mobis Shell World Rally Team in Coffs Harbour, Australia
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15.11.19
Hyundai has celebrated its maiden WRC manufacturers’ title following the cancellation of this week’s Rally Australia*.
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08.11.19
The 2019 FIA World Rally Championship season reaches its conclusion on the gravel roads of Rally Australia (November 14-17), where the battle for the manufacturers’ title goes down to the wire.
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18.10.19
The penultimate round of the 2019 FIA World Rally Championship season, Rally de España (October 25-27) provides a unique challenge as the only mixed-surface event on the calendar.
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02.10.19
Wales Rally GB plays host to the final round of the wide-open 2019 FIA Junior WRC Championship after a hotly contested season with three different winners across four rounds so far. 72 points are available thanks to double classification points and 22 stage win points. One of the closest races in FIA Junior WRC Championship history Top nine have a mathematical chance of winning the championship. Four out of five best classified results and all stage win points count towards the championship. Discounting worst classification points, just 21 points separate the top three.

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