Flying Finn Emil Lindholm was the man to beat in WRC 3 on Friday. Driving a Fabia, he was quickest on two speed tests and managed to etch out a lead of 7.7sec over Jari Huttunen. Such was his pace that he ended the day 10th in the overall standings.
Sweden’s Prince Carl Philip enjoyed a thrilling flat-out ride when he partnered WRC king Sébastien Ogier in Thursday night’s Rally Sweden shakedown in Karlstad.
Kalle Rovanperä laid the foundations for his Rally Sweden assault by chalking up the fastest time on Thursday morning’s Skalla warm-up test.
Following a positive meeting between representatives of Rally Sweden, the FIA, WRC Promoter and the WRC teams, and in the interest of continuing to provide top entertainment to rally fans at the Karlstad stage, the stage will be run as a second part of the morning’s Shakedown, rather than as a competitive stage.
Representatives from Rally Sweden, the FIA and WRC Promoter held yesterday (3 February) further discussions regarding the status of the second round of the FIA World Rally Championship, due to take place in the Värmland region of Sweden and across the border in Norway on 13 - 16 February.
The organisation behind Rally Sweden are running at full speed in preparation for the second round of the FIA World Rally Championship, which is to be held in the Värmland region of Sweden and across the border in Norway, between the 13-16 February.
The World Rally Championship season is up and running. As usual with Monte Carlo as the opening round. For the 88th year, the best drivers in the world faced the challenging conditions offered by the Monte Carlo rally.
A number of total 54 cars are registered to WRC where there are a lot of changes seen in the WRC since last year. Sebastien Ogier is now behind the wheel in Toyota and into the Japanese-Finnish team is now also stepping up the young Finnish talent and winner of the 2019 WRC2 class, Kalle […]
After a long negotiation, WRC Promoter and Rally Sweden have agreed on a new long-term WRC agreement that once again secures Sweden's place in the prestigious World Rally Championship circus. The agreement signed covers the years 2020, 2021 and 2022.