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Extra time given to crews to enter ERC Rally di Roma Capitale

Sat, 07/11/2020 - 06:00

The entry period for Rally di Roma Capitale has been extended to tomorrow (12 July) in response to travel issues being faced by some crews trying to finalise their travel to the event.

Entries for the FIA European Rally Championship opener had been due to close on 8 July. But with restrictions preventing residents of certain countries reaching Italy due to the COVID-19 pandemic, agreement has been reached to extend the deadline for registering, thereby giving the crews facing difficulties more time to complete their travel plans.

Rally di Roma Capitale organisers have reported that “dozens of important entries and a great number of R5 cars” have been secured for the event, which is scheduled to take place from 24-26 July. More details on how to enter the event are available by clicking here.

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Radstrom joins Czech mates for Roma ERC warm-up

Fri, 07/10/2020 - 18:00

Dennis Rådström and Johan Johansson’s preparations for Rally di Roma Capitale will continue this weekend when they contest Rally Bohemia in Czech Republic.

Following a successful test last month, Rådström will enter the Tarmac event in the Orsák Rallysport Ford Fiesta Rally4 he’ll use to contest the Pirelli-supported FIA ERC3 Junior Championship in 2020.

“The feeling before the rally is good,” said Rådström. “We have driven through all stages and there are both fast and twisty sections with wide and narrow roads. You can cut a lot in some places.

“We will drive Rally Bohemia like any other rally to get into the competition bubble and get a good race before Rome. We will, as usual, do our best here in Rally Bohemia.”

Rådström’s team-mate, Adrienn Vogel from Hungary, will also be contesting Rally Bohemia.

Photo: Vandraq Studio

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All roads leads to Rome: Oliver Solberg set for ERC season opener

Fri, 07/10/2020 - 10:00

The youngest winner of an FIA European Rally Championship event will contest the opening round of the 2020 ERC, the world’s oldest international rally series, later this month.

Oliver Solberg, who made history when he won the ERC-counting Rally Liepāja last season aged 17 years, eight months and three days, will make his debut on Rally di Roma Capitale from 24-26 July, which marks the resumption of FIA international-level rallying as certain restrictions, resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic, ease in some countries.

Solberg, the son of 2003 World Rally champion Petter Solberg, will drive a Pirelli-equipped Volkswagen Polo GTI R5 run by Alessandro Perico’s PA Racing team from Italy. Aaron Johnston will co-drive.

Tarmac turn for rising star
The asphalt-only contest offers an opportunity for Solberg, now 18, to build his experience of Tarmac driving in Rally2 machinery. But with no knowledge of Rally di Roma Capitale to call on, Solberg’s focus is on reaching the finish following almost 200 kilometres of stage action south-east of the Italian capital.

“I did Rallye Monte-Carlo in January but Rome should be the first dry Tarmac rally with the Polo,” said the Norway-born Swede. “But I’ve never seen the roads so it will be interesting. I will do some testing before the event, just to get a little back into rallying again and to get properly prepared for Tarmac. I’m just trying to learn all the time, but I think I’m quite a good and smooth driver on Tarmac so I hope I will get to terms with it quite quick. To get some experience, to come through and get to the finish is the target.”

City tour a “cool” opportunity
Prior to the opening special stage on Saturday 25 July, Solberg will join his ERC rivals for a motorised tour of central Rome the previous afternoon at the wheel of his Volkswagen Polo GTI R5. With the route passing by a number of Rome’s historic buildings and landmarks, it’s a prospect that Solberg is relishing.

“I’ve seen some videos of the parade and it looks fantastic when they drive through the city with their rally cars,” he said. “It’s strange to see but it’s cool that the organisers can make it happen.”

ERC1 Junior shaping up for Rome
Several rising talents will contest the ERC1 Junior category on Rally di Roma Capitale. In addition to Solberg, those to have announced their plans include Erik Cais (Czech Republic), Callum Devine (Ireland), Dominik Dinkel (Germany), Emil Lindholm (Finland), Efrén Llarena (Spain) and Miko Marczyk (Poland).

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ERC1 Junior champion Mares recruits new co-driver

Thu, 07/09/2020 - 18:00

Filip Mareš, who beat Chris Ingram to the 2019 FIA ERC1 Junior Championship crown by 0.3s, has recruited a new co-driver for 2020.

Following the decision of his co-driver of six years, Jan Hloušek, to link up with factory ŠKODA Motorsport star Jan Kopecký, Mareš has recruited Radek Bucha, who like Mareš, is from Mladá Boleslav.

They will compete under the LAURETA AUTO ŠKODA TEAM banner starting from this weekend’s Rally Bohemia.

“Filip and I met during the winter when working together in another racing team,” Bucha explained. “When Jan Hloušek left, we soon found a common ground. I believe that despite the time-consuming preparations for the new team, we will be well prepared at the start of the season and we will transform our hard work into the best possible results.”

Visit FIAERC.com soon for more details of Mareš’ FIA European Rally Championship campaign.

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Brazzoli makes ERC move in Polo

Thu, 07/09/2020 - 12:00

Reigning FIA RGT champion Enrico Brazzoli will make his FIA European Rally Championship debut in 2020.

The Italian, who is also a two-time ERC Historic class title-winner, has yet to announce his full programme for the remainder of the season, but will contest Rally di Roma Capitale in a PA Racing-run Volkswagen Polo GTI R5 with backing from Allianz.

“It's great to go back to racing, we can't wait, and it's nice to do it on Italian roads with the Polo R5 that Alessandro Perico's PA Racing has made available to us,” said Brazzoli, who won the FIA RGT title driving an Abarth 124 rally. “An unexpected surprise for us, while waiting for the world championship to start again and understand what races we could do, we signed up for the ERC with the opportunity to focus our efforts on this championship.”

The vastly experienced Maurizio Barone, who has made 49 starts at ERC level, will co-drive Brazzoli.

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Updated ERC Rally di Roma Capitale itinerary online

Wed, 07/08/2020 - 18:00

The updated itinerary for Rally di Roma Capitale, the opening round of the 2020 FIA European Rally Championship, has been published.

Based in the town of Fiuggi from 24-26 July, the fourth Rally di Roma Capitale to count for ERC points features 15 stages over a planned competitive distance of 197.80 kilometres.

The itinerary is available here: Rally di Roma Capitale 2020 itinerary (updated)

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ERC Rally di Roma Capitale calling for Creighton

Wed, 07/08/2020 - 12:00

William Creighton is the latest young hopeful to choose the FIA European Rally Championship to build his experience at international level and show the potential that had made him the favourite to win this season’s Motorsport UK British Junior title.

Creighton, 22, has registered for FIA ERC3 Junior Championship points on Rally di Roma Capitale later this month (24-26 July), having switched to the regional contest following the cancellation of the British championship as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.

He won his class on the first event of the British championship season, the Cambrian Rally in Wales in February. But with no further BRC rounds taking place, Rally di Roma Capitale provides an ideal opportunity for Creighton to step up to a higher level and complete more competitive kilometres in his new-for-2020 Ford Fiesta R2T, having rallied a Peugeot 208 R2 previously.

“At the start of the year our plan was 100 per cent the Junior BRC,” said Creighton. “It was a good start but then everything stopped due to COVID-19, unfortunately. But we’ve had a good break and now we’re busting to get back at it. Rome is an opportunity and an adventure. We’ve entered the ERC Junior Championship and the ERC is obviously up there with the world championship, but it’s hard to know what to expect until I see the entry list.”

Creighton, an ex-karter and university graduate, has made one ERC appearance to date, the 2016 Circuit of Ireland Rally. He managed a sole outing on asphalt, Ireland’s Mayo Stages in March, in his Fiesta, which is being prepared by the experienced David Greer Motorsport team.

“I suppose being from Ireland means driving well on Tarmac is no problem, but Rome will be quite different I’m sure to what we have over here,” Creighton explained. “We were always in the 208 [on asphalt] and we’ve only done a little bit of mileage in the Fiesta on Tarmac so it will take a bit of time to get bedded in. This is definitely going to be a new experience for us.”

Creighton, who will be co-driven by Irishman Liam Regan, is one of number of rising talents contesting the Pirelli-supported ERC3 Junior category on Rally di Roma Capitale. Rallye Team Spain’s Pep Bassas, Amaury Molle from Belgium, Austrian Nikolai Landa and Sweden’s Dennis Rådström are among the ERC3 Junior contingent announced so far for the all-asphalt event.

Photo: Jakob Ebrey Photography/Motorsport UK British Rally Championship

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ERC Junior Antunes gives Peugeot Rally4 debut win

Tue, 07/07/2020 - 18:00

Pedro Antunes, a frontrunner in the 2019 FIA ERC3 Junior Championship, gave Peugeot’s all-new Rally4 model a debut class victory on Rali de Castelo Branco in Portugal last weekend.

Finishing ninth overall, Antunes and new co-driver Pedro Alves were fastest in their class on all seven stages.

Almost 100 orders have been placed for Peugeot Sport’s exciting challenger with the car’s international debut set for the ERC season-opening Rally di Roma Capitale from 24-26 July.

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New tonight: Introducing ERC Eye of the Expert

Tue, 07/07/2020 - 12:00

As the build-up to the eagerly anticipated 2020 FIA European Rally Championship season continues, promoter Eurosport Events is delighted to introduce ERC Eye of the Expert.

ERC Radio reporters Julian Porter and Chris Rawes will take it in turns to host the online show, which looks back on key moments of recent ERC history and hears from the main protagonists to get the view from behind the scenes.

In tonight’s premiere, which is available from 17h30 CET on Facebook and Twitter, Julian Porter sits down, virtually, with Łukasz Habaj to discuss the Pole’s standout maiden ERC victory on last season’s Azores Rallye and how the success set up a European championship title challenge.

Among the topics Habaj will discuss are:

*The demanding nature of the Azores Rallye, “one of the most challenging rallies on the globe”, according to the former Polish champion

*His team, Sports Racing Technologies’, decision to test at two different venues when most rival squads used one test road

*The treacherous conditions on the final day due to heavy rain and strong wind

*Tyre management and how it became a “key factor”, especially given the changing conditions

*The importance of maintaining full concentration during the three days of competition

*Taking the lead in the closing stages and having to complete “one of the most difficult stages in my life” with local hero Ricardo Moura chasing him down

*Becoming the first Polish driver to win in the Azores, by a margin of only 8.4s, for what was his maiden ERC rally win and the “special feeling” that gave him

*Why the result exceeded his expectations and helped to set up a championship challenge in his Pirelli-equipped Škoda Fabia R5.

Spectacular footage includes helicopter shots of Habaj and co-driver Daniel Dymurski attacking the iconic Sete Cidades volcano stage, myriad onboard camera sequences and the podium in Ponta Delgada.

Łukasz Habaj looks back: “The first win is always a special feeling. I remember my first win in the national championship and this is a special feeling, the first stage win is a special feeling. It’s so intense, the feelings, the emotions. It’s the only activity you can reach this level of emotions. I have been doing many things in my life but none of them get even close to what kind of emotions you have when you are participating on a rally. Being in the fight for a win in the European Rally Championship is just amazing and more than I ever expected from my rally career. Not being a professional driver and for a small team, we only came with a few people, to fight for a win in this rally was amazing. It’s something that will stay with me forever.”

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Revealed: Fourmaux’s Orange crush on ERC

Mon, 07/06/2020 - 18:00

This is the striking orange colour scheme that will flank Adrien Fourmaux’s Ford Fiesta R5 MkII when he makes his FIA European Rally Championship on Rally di Roma Capitale later this month.

The new livery celebrates the successful partnership between M-Sport and Orange1 Racing and will be put through its paces on the all-asphalt ERC season opener from 24-26 July.

M-Sport and Orange1 Racing joined forces for last year’s Italian Rally Championship when Simone Campedelli took a win and five podiums in a Fiesta R5.

The 2019 edition of Rally di Roma Capitale was Campedelli’s first appearance in M-Sport’s EcoBoost-powered Fiesta R5 MkII.

M-Sport will also be represented in the separate Rally Stars event for current-specification World Rally Cars with ‘Pedro’ at the wheel of the FIA World Rally Championship-winning, EcoBoost-powered Ford Fiesta WRC, which has taken nine wins and 31 podiums so far in the sport’s top tier.

Belgian Renaud Jamoul will co-drive Fourmaux, while ‘Pedro’ can count on fellow Italian Emanuele Baldaccini’s co-driving skills.

M-Sport Managing Director, Malcolm Wilson OBE, said: “It’s been a tough time for the business over the past few months, so it’s great to see competitive rallying now starting to return in Europe. Rally di Roma signals the restart of international rallying, and provides the perfect platform for us to showcase our cars in what is sure to be a really competitive field. And I think I speak for every rally fan when I say that I’m looking forward to seeing some of the sport’s big names back battling it out on the stages.”

Team Principal, Richard Millener, added: “It’s fantastic to be looking forward to a rally again. Adrien was quick when he last drove the Fiesta R5 MkII on asphalt, and the hope is to see him demonstrate that same pace as he tackles Rally di Roma for the first time. It’s also great to see ‘Pedro’ taking to the wheel of the Fiesta WRC. When he joined us last year he instantly became a valued and popular member of the team, and we’re delighted to give him an opportunity to drive our top-specification car on home soil.”

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P1 Racing Fuels ready to support ERC Rally di Roma Capitale crews

Mon, 07/06/2020 - 06:00

P1 Racing Fuels, the FIA European Rally Championship’s Official Fuels Partner, is ready to support crews contesting the season-opening Rally di Roma Capitale from 24-26 July.

The specialist in high-performance fuels will offer high-quality fuels and service from its dedicated area within the refuel zones at the event service park in Fiuggi and Ceprano.


P1 Racing Fuels is taking orders for the following products:


*RON98: A fuel mandatory for ERC3 Junior competitors but not available from fuel stations in Italy (in Fiuggi). This fuel is accessible to all competitors (not only ERC3 Junior) at the same price.
*102Pro: A higher-performance fuel available at a special promotional price for Rally di Roma Capitale
*XR5: The top-level performance fuel from P1 Racing Fuels, developed for Rally2 (formerly R5) cars.


The deadline for placing fuel orders is Monday 13 July at 08h00 CET. And more information, including pricing details, order forms and terms and conditions can be found at this link:


https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSehKF0IBk8fMTLTZT_ec53VXI4yPI13HLLNF1-XSkjcBb0r0A/viewform?fbzx=5056609461598903915


Meanwhile, the P1 Racing Fuels Podium Challenge is confirmed for 2020. Run for the first time during the 2019 ERC season finale on Rally Hungary last November, the top three finishers on every ERC1 and ERC2 round will receive fuel vouchers that can be exchanged for P1 XR5 race fuel at subsequent events, thereby helping competitors to further reduce the cost of competing.


Across both categories, winning drivers will be entitled to 150 litres of fuel, while second and third placed drivers will receive 100L and 50L of the product respectively.


Full challenge details are available here: P1 Racing Fuels Podium Challenge rules.

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Crugnola stakes claim for ERC glory with national rally win

Sun, 07/05/2020 - 06:00

The driver who won all but three stages on last year’s Rally di Rome Capitale has underlined his potential as a contender for victory on the FIA European Rally Championship season-opener later this month.

Despite strong competition, ERC3 Junior graduate Andrea Crugnola was quickest on 13 out of 16 stages around Rome last year but was denied the outright win following a puncture.

On yesterday’s Rally Internazionale del Casentino, the traditional warm-up to Rally di Roma Capitale, Crugnola and co-driver Pietro Ometto were fastest on six of the seven stages in their Pirell-equipped Citroën C3 R5 and took first place in the final order by more than 20s.

“The level was very high, I tried to drive at my pace to work ahead of Rally di Roma Capitale,” said Crugnola. “We worked on the car, using settings which perhaps were not always the fastest ones but we did some choices to prepare ourselves for the forthcoming season.”

He continued: “I was fighting for the win three years ago and now I made it. It’s definitely a good start with the Citroën C3, I like it a lot and it suits my driving style. We still have some margin but in my opinion the car has a great potential. Also, the Pirelli tyres were great as always, we had no problems despite [the] great heat. I am very happy, it’s a great way to restart for national rallying.”

Andrea Crugnola was speaking to Gianluca Nataloni of Rallylink.it. Visit FIAERC.com for details on how the other ERC regulars fared

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ERC refresher: how points will be scored in 2020

Sat, 07/04/2020 - 06:00

A new points-scoring system will be used in the FIA European Rally Championship from this season.

On all rounds of the ERC, points will be allocated to the top 15 classified finishers as follows:



Pos
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15


Pts
30
24
21
19
17
15
13
11
9
7
5
4
3
2
1



Bonus points, which are rewarded in part to encourage drivers who fail to finish a leg to restart on the subsequent leg, will be allocated to the top five finishers at the end of each leg as follows:

First: 5 points
Second: 4 points
Third: 3 points
Fourth: 2 points
Fifth: 1 point

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ERC Junior Molle hopes to get on a roll with pre-Roma rally

Fri, 07/03/2020 - 06:00

Amaury Molle has the opportunity to gain an edge over his FIA ERC3 Junior Championship rivals when he contests Rally Internazionale del Casentino tomorrow (Saturday).

The non-spectator event, which signals the resumption of rallying in Italy as COVID-19 restrictions ease, is a traditional curtain-raiser to Rally di Roma Capitale, with stages located west of where the European championship opener is set to take place from 24-26 July.

Belgian promise Molle, who will contest the Pirelli-supported ERC3 Junior category in a Delta Rally Peugeot 208 R2 alongside co-driver Florian Barral this season, said: “We are really impatient to get back behind the wheel of our 208 R2 after several months without driving. In order to be ready in the best possible conditions, we have decided to participate in the Rally del Casentino, which will allow us to regain our rhythm and garner a maximum of kilometres behind the wheel of this car.”

ERC stage winner and former ERC3 Junior title contender Andrea Crugnola is the top seed for the event in a Citroën C3 R5. ERC2 contender Dmitry Feofanov and Rachele Somaschini, who is mounting and ERC3 campaign in 2020, are also on the sizeable entry.

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Orsak trio get ready for ERC action

Thu, 07/02/2020 - 21:00

Erik Cais, Dennis Rådström and Adrienn Vogel continued their preparations for the 2020 FIA European Rally Championship season with a test in Czech Republic today.

The Orsák Rallysport trio were in action on the Barak test road between Vizovice and Loučka, which featured on the Barum Czech Rally Zlín route in 1980s and 1990s.

Cais, Rådström and Vogel (are due to contest the ERC season-opening Rally di Roma Capitale from 24-26 July. Before then, however, they are set to tackle the Czech championship Rally Bohemia 10-12 July.

Photo: Martin Husár

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Fourmaux tells ERC The Stage: I’ll be making my European championship debut with M-Sport in Rome

Wed, 07/01/2020 - 19:30

Adrien Fourmaux used his appearance on ERC The Stage tonight (Wednesday) to announce his participation on the opening round of the 2020 FIA European Rally Championship, Rally di Roma Capitale.

Frenchman Fourmax, 25, will pilot a Ford Fiesta R5 MKII on the asphalt event, which is scheduled to take place from 24-26 July using stages southeast of the Italian capital.

Further appearances in this year’s ERC are being considered, including next month’s Rally Liepāja, as part of M-Sport’s plans to showcase its latest-generation, Rally2-specification Fiesta in the highly competitive regional championship promoted by Eurosport Events and administered by the FIA.

“It will be my first time in this championship and it’s a great opportunity for me and to prove the car is good and we have the pace,” Fourmaux told ERC The Stage, the online talk show from the FIA European Rally Championship. “I don’t know the rally so it will be a big challenge but I like that. Last year I discovered the World Rally Championship and it will be the same in the ERC because I don’t know the stages, the rallies and the competitors.

“On Rallye Monte-Carlo this year we saw in some stage we are quite good with good pace so we are quite confident on Tarmac, especially in Roma, which I think is similar to [stages] in the south of France. We want to achieve a podium for sure, if I could fight for the victory then I will be really happy. We are considering some extra events in ERC, maybe Rally Liepāja, but let’s see what happens after Roma.”

Fourmaux’s inclusion on the ERC driver roster for the first time creates further intrigue and excitement following a raft of announcements during the build-up to the 2020 season, which is set to challenge competitors and thrill fans over a six-event schedule.

Jean-Baptiste Ley, the ERC Co-ordinator, said: “It’s great to welcome yet another very talented driver to the ERC for 2020. We’ve followed Adrien’s impressive progress from afar and we have no doubt that he will prove his talent against a strong list of rivals. By entering the ERC, Adrien will benefit from the extensive media exposure and a competitor-focused experience on offer, plus a high level of professional organisation and promotion.”

After winning the French federation’s (FFSA) Rallye Jeunes talent-search scheme in 2016, Fourmaux won the French Junior title in 2018. The achievement earned him a drive on Rallye Monte-Carlo in 2019 where Fourmaux belied his lack of experience by finishing second in class in a sensational P10 overall. He’s fifth in this season’s World Rally Championship 2 category after making two appearances alongside Belgian co-driver Renaud Jamoul.

M-Sport will make further announcements about its Rally di Roma Capitale plans in due course.

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ERC Barum Czech Rally Zlin update

Wed, 07/01/2020 - 15:00

Organisers of Barum Czech Rally Zlín have published a statement from the event Clerk of the Course Miroslav Regner.

The statement is available by clicking here.

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Polonski, Vita to star on ERC The Stage tonight

Wed, 07/01/2020 - 12:00

Dariusz Poloński and Mattia Vita will join a mystery special guest driver from the FIA World Rally Championship on ERC The Stage tonight.

The online talk show from FIA European Rally Championship promoter Eurosport Events is available from 18h30 CET with Abarth Rally Cup driver Poloński appearing alongside ERC3 Junior runner Vita virtually.

The mystery special guest driver from the world championship will announce his participation on Rally di Roma Capitale, which will also be his ERC debut.

Co-hosted by Julian Porter and Chris Rawes, ERC The Stage is available as follows:

Facebook.com/FiaEuropeanRallyChampionship/

or Youtube.com/user/FIAERC

 

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Barum Czech Rally Zlin organisers grateful for ERC event support, hoping for more

Tue, 06/30/2020 - 06:00

Barum Czech Rally Zlín organisers are still searching for more financial support to make the planned 50th anniversary event one of the highlights of the 2020 FIA European Rally Championship season.

Scheduled to take place from 28-30 August as the third event of the ERC season, Clerk of the Course Miroslav Regner instigated a fund-raising campaign last week to help make up a financial shortfall caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.

“It's great that during only five days from launching this collection there have been gathered more than 550,000 CZK,” said Regner. “We thank everyone who have helped us. However, to fill the budget properly, we still miss 3,000,000 CZK, but we are still optimistic and believe that we [can] secure the whole amount before [the] 1 July [deadline].”

To donate, to the Barum Czech Rally Zlín fund-raising appeal go to:

5886761329/0800
IBAN: CZ28 0800 0000 0058 8676 1329
BIC (SWIFT): GIBACZPX

 A transparent account is available here.

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ERC Abarth Rally Cup 2020 updated schedule

Mon, 06/29/2020 - 15:00

Confirmation that the Azores Rallye will be included on the 2020 Abarth Rally Cup schedule restores the calendar to six events with four on asphalt and two on gravel.

The planned 2020 Abarth Cup calendar, which is made up exclusively of FIA European Rally Championship events, is as follows:

Rally di Roma Capitale (asphalt), 24-26 July
Rally Liepāja (Latvia, gravel), 14-16 August
Barum Czech Rally Zlín (asphalt), 28-30 August
Azores Rallye (gravel), 17-19 September
Rally Hungary (asphalt), 6-8 November
Rally Islas Canarias (asphalt), 26-28 November

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Kalendarz 2020

24-26.07.

Rally di Roma Capitale (Włochy)

14-16.08.

Rally Liepaja (Łotwa)

28-30.08.

Barum Czech Rally Zlín (Czechy)

17-19.09.

Azores Rallye (Portugalia)

16-18.10.

Cyprus Rally (Cypr)

06-08.11.

Rally Hungary (Węgry)

03-05.12.

Rally Islas Canarias (Hiszpania)