Rally Mexico’s technical but smooth roads covered in loose gravel return to WRC after sitting out two seasons. The route is once again mostly unchanged, but there’s some interesting updates in the super specials, as well as some new sections that were left undriven in 2020 when COVID-19 cut the event one day short. The new Rally1 hybrid cars will face the high altitudes for the first time. It will be interesting to see how they deal with the tough conditions or how much will the performance increase from the support of the electric boost which doesn’t suffer in lower oxygen levels.
Read More Route Preview: Rally Mexico 2023
In Rally Mexico the challenges include power-eating high altitude and loose gravel for the first cars on the road. In addition, there are always numerous super special stages. This year’s route seems slightly faster than the previous ones.
Read More Route Preview: Rally Mexico 2020
Rally Mexico will again feature smooth-surfaced gravel stages topped with slippery loose gravel in high altitudes plus numerous super specials. However, one classic part of the rally has been changed for this year.
Read More Route Preview: Rally Mexico 2019
Rally Mexico, the home of long gravel stages in high altitudes putting strain to the engines, and numerous Mickey Mouse stages doing the same for the drivers. For this year it’s mostly the same format with familiar roads cut up and pasted in new sequences.
Read More Route preview: Rally Mexico 2018