Last year Rally Monte Carlo relocated to Monaco instead of having the service and most of the stages around Gap. This resulted in lots of new roads compared to the previous years and slight character change among that. However, this year most of the route is familiar from last year as well as partially from the past previous few years, at most with just some slight changes.
Read More Route Preview: Rally Monte Carlo 2023
This year Rallye Monte Carlo has relocated from Gap to Monaco, and all the stages are run relatively near the principality. This has resulted in dusting off many stages that haven’t been used in years, making them mostly new to the current drivers. The route is also likely slower and more technical than ever, as if the new cars wouldn’t pose enough of a challenge!
Read More Route Preview: Rallye Monte Carlo 2022
It seems 2021 continues where 2020 left off. Monte Carlo is run without spectators and the route is compromised. In addition, the Turini stages had to be exchanged because they were damaged in a storm. Cover photo by Richard Simpson / Flickr (C) The route hasn’t been published except for WRC+’s preview clip. This blog […]
Read More Route Preview: Rallye Monte Carlo 2021
Rallye Monte Carlo runs under the flag of Monaco but all the stages are driven in France. Similarly the center of the rally is in the French city of Gap although the start and Finish are in Monaco. The rally offers again a unique blend of tarmac, ice and snow on mostly narrow roads in […]
Read More Route Preview: Rallye Monte Carlo 2020
This year’s Rally Monte Carlo has a third of new stages and a new start location, but most of its characteristic features have remained. Let’s take a closer look. Rally Monte Carlo is unique in a number of ways. It’s the only winter tarmac event that could contain anything from dry tarmac to snow and ice, […]
Read More Route Preview: Rally Monte Carlo 2019
The 2018 WRC season opener is Rallye Monte Carlo like traditionally. This year’s route has a similar structure from last year, no super specials, but an opening day of two night stages on Thursday. Let’s have a look at the similarities and differences to last year’s route and where the action happened last year.
Read More Route Preview: Rallye Monte Carlo 2018