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WRC - World Rally Championship

The World Rally Championship (WRC) has been held since 1973 and is the highest FIA championship in stage rallying. It is also often referred to as the top class of rallying. The calendar includes rallies around the globe, but the focus of the WRC is on Europe, where most WRC rallies are held. WRCs - World Rally Cars - are used as vehicles. These rally cars are built according to a set of regulations specifically for the World Rally Championship. They have all-wheel drive, with active centre differential, a 1.6 litre 4-cylinder turbo engine, whose power is limited to 380 hp and 450Nm torque. Sequential gearbox with paddle shift on steering wheel, roll cage and steel brakes. The total length of all timed special stages (SS) of a WRC rally must be at least 300km. No minimum or maximum length is prescribed for a single stage. However, a special stage may only be held a maximum of 2 times per rally, with the exception of particular spectator stages which are also known as Super Special Stages (SSS). The last special stage of a rally is held as a so-called power stage, where the fastest teams can win extra points for the championship.

Website: http://www.wrc.com/

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  • 1 Monaco Monaco 22. - 25. January
  • 2 Sweden Sweden 5. - 8. February
  • 3 Mexico Mexico 12. - 14. March
  • 4 New Zealand New Zealand 15. - 18. April
  • 5 Cyprus Cyprus 13. - 16. May
  • 6 Greece Greece 3. - 6. June
  • 7 Turkey Turkey 24. - 27. June
  • 8 Argentina Argentina 15. - 18. July
  • 9 Finland Rally Finland 6. - 8. August » go to map
  • 10 Germany Rallye Deutschland 19. - 22. August » go to map
  • 11 Japan Japan 3. - 5. September
  • 12 United Kingdom United Kingdom 16. - 19. September
  • 13 Italy Rally d'Italia Sardegna 1. - 3. October » go to map
  • 14 France France 15. - 17. October
  • 15 Spain Rally de España 29. - 31. October » go to map
  • 16 Australia Australia 11. - 14. November

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  • 1 Monaco Monaco 24. - 26. January
  • 2 Sweden Sweden 7. - 9. February
  • 3 Turkey Turkey 27. February - 2. March
  • 4 New Zealand New Zealand 10. - 13. April
  • 5 Argentina Argentina 8. - 11. May
  • 6 Greece Greece 5. - 8. June
  • 7 Cyprus Cyprus 20. - 22. June
  • 8 Germany Rallye Deutschland 24. - 27. July » go to map
  • 9 Australia Australia 4. - 7. September
  • 10 Finland Rally Finland 7. - 10. September » go to map
  • 11 Italy Italy 3. - 5. October
  • 12 France France 17. - 19. October
  • 13 Spain Rally de España 24. - 26. October » go to map
  • 14 United Kingdom United Kingdom 6. - 9. November

Calendar 2002

  • 1 Monaco Monaco 18. - 20. January
  • 2 Sweden Sweden 1. - 3. February
  • 3 France France 7. - 10. March
  • 4 Spain Rally de España 22. - 24. March » go to map
  • 5 Cyprus Cyprus 19. - 21. April
  • 6 Argentina Argentina 16. - 19. May
  • 7 Greece Greece 13. - 16. June
  • 8 Kenya Kenya 11. - 11. July
  • 9 Finland Rally Finland 8. - 11. August » go to map
  • 10 Germany Rallye Deutschland 23. - 25. August » go to map
  • 11 Italy Italy 19. - 22. September
  • 12 New Zealand New Zealand 3. - 6. October
  • 13 Australia Australia 31. October - 3. November
  • 14 United Kingdom United Kingdom 14. - 17. November

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