Route Preview: Rally Australia 2019

Rally Australia could have been one of the fastest gravel rallies of the season. The 2019 event had to be cancelled because of raging bushfires. This route preview is retained for future reference. Rally Australia was first introduced to the WRC in 1989. It became soon known for its Langley Park twin-car super special and […]

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Route Preview: Rally Turkey 2019

Rally Turkey is the slowest and roughest event of the WRC season. Last year the rally returned onto the calendar in a new location. For this year the route is only slightly tweaked. Rally Turkey has featured in three locations during its WRC history.  The rough and slow events from 2003 to 2008 were driven […]

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Route Preview: Rally Portugal 2019

Rally Portugal is one of the classic gravel rallies of the WRC calendar. For this year it has dusted off some classic stage material not used in decades. The Portuguese WRC event is based in the city of Matosinhos, near Porto on the North-West Atlantic coast of the country. However, the ceremonial start is in the […]

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Route Preview: Rally Chile 2019

Chile is a new addition for the 2019 season. Although it is located near Argentina and the rallies are paired together, the roads are quite different. Better comparisons can be actually found from other continents. Chile is actually the first new country to host a WRC event since Bulgaria in 2010. The rally is based […]

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