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Rally Liepāja is go in 100 days and planning of ERC event “moving forward successfully”

Wed, 02/13/2019 - 18:00

Organisers of Rally Liepāja, round three of the 2019 FIA European Rally Championship, have confirmed planning of the substantially new route is “moving forward successfully” with 100 days to go until the gravel event gets underway.

Raimond Strokšs, the driving force behind the Latvian rally from 24-26 May, also confirmed that the route revisions will result in a number of classic stages being included in the itinerary.

“With Rally Liepāja moving from mid-October to the last weekend of May, an idea came along to implement a major update to our event taking place in Latvia,” said Strokšs. “Much to our delight, the planning process is moving forward successfully and we are very, very close to securing special stages classified as the ‘golden fund’ area between two Latvian cities of Talsi and Liepāja. “Back in the day, when I was still competing at the wheel of the rally car, I completed all the special stages myself – if our vision comes through, we will prove the good can sometimes get even better.”

Strokšs added: “From a practical standpoint, the ticket sales are going live pretty soon. Rally Guide 1 is soon to be published – so spectators, and competitors will have their first bits of official information to start planning their visit to Rally Liepāja.”

To mark the 100-day countdown to Rally Liepāja, organisers have released a short video clip, which can be viewed by clicking here.

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Røkland plots ERC Junior bid

Wed, 02/13/2019 - 18:00

Steve Røkland is trying to finalise the budget to make his return to the FIA European Rally Championship in 2019.

The Norwegian has seven ERC Junior starts to his name and has claimed three class podiums, including two in the Azores, which opens the upcoming ERC season from 21-23 March.

“I’m working on the budget to do the full ERC3 Junior Championship,” said Røkland. “Time is running out for the Azores but hopefully we can get a few more sponsors this week. It’s one of the most fantastic rallies in Europe and I’ve done it two times before so I’ve got the experience.”

Røkland would go up against compatriot Sindre Furuseth, who is also contesting the Pirelli-supported ERC3 Junior category for young drivers in one of the French machines.

“The competition is really good in ERC Junior,” said Røkland. “If the Azores was not possible I would look to start on Rally Liepāja. But I’m doing my best to get the budget for all six rallies.”

Røkland may drive a different car to his regular PEUGEOT 208 R2 in the Azores and would also welcome to hear from teams who could assist with car transportation to Portugal, where Azores Rallye organisers are providing free return sea transfer to the mid-Atlantic island of São Miguel, where the event is based.

“This would help us a lot to be on the startline in the Azores,” Røkland explained.

Click here for more information on Steve Røkland.

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Excited and curious Herczig gets set for ERC season

Tue, 02/12/2019 - 12:00

Norbert Herczig says he’s “very excited and very curious” to be giving the Volkswagen Polo GTI R5 its FIA European Rally Championship debut.

Herczig will drive one of the all-new German machines in the eagerly-awaited 2019 ERC season having switched from ŠKODA power during the winter.

Still competing under the MOL Racing Team banner and run by Baumschlager Rallye & Racing, Herczig is embarking on his second ERC campaign with co-driver and fellow Hungarian Ramón Ferencz.

“We are very excited for this season to start because we are very curious about how we can use the routine from last year in the new season,” said Herczig, the four-time Hungarian champion. “Fortunately we were already able to drive with the new Volkswagen Polo GTI R5 on gravel and before the season starts we will be able to organise a longer test in Hungary.”

Herczig placed sixth in last year’s ERC standings with standout podiums in Greece and Cyprus.

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Johnston picks ERC to learn new tricks

Mon, 02/11/2019 - 09:00

A driver whose knack of racing video games had steered him on a path to a career in sportscars will continue his rallying transition in the FIA European Rally Championship this season.

Sean Johnston, who was enrolled into the Nissan GT Academy in North America as one of the USA’s fastest five Gran Turismo 5 video game racers, claimed the 2012 IMSA GT3 Cup Challenge title. He then moved to Europe to race in the Porsche Supercup and Porsche Carrera Cup Germany and, more recently, long-distance sportscar events, before he made rallying his focus.

During a stage-winning debut season in the ADAC Opel Rallye Cup in 2018, Johnston tried the ERC for size on PZM Rally Poland last September and finished fourth in class. He will contest a full ERC3 campaign this year in a Saintéloc Racing PEUGEOT 208 R2 alongside a Junior world championship bid. His fellow American, Alex Kihurani, will co-drive.

However, despite his achievements in circuit racing and initial success in rallying, the 28-year-old from California is keeping his expectations firmly in check as he prepares for the upcoming season.

“To have the opportunity to do this kind of programme is an incredible learning experience and learning is the primary objective for me this season,” said Germany-based Johnston. “I don’t have any expectations of coming in and winning either championship because I will be competing against people with way more experience in rallying than I have. I need to learn, grow and develop and getting in as many kilometres as physically possible is really interesting for me and I’m very grateful to have the support to do this.”

While Johnston points to being “relatively comfortable” on asphalt, his gravel experience amounts to three events only. “I got to the point at the end of last season where I was comfortable with the recce process and was confidentially able to drive to my pacenotes,” he said. “I still have more to learn on Tarmac, but gravel was a completely new experience when I tried it last year. However, I absolutely fell in love with it although it’s clear I have a lot of work to do to be quicker and take the next step. The training I’ve been doing on snow and ice in the winter will be directly applicable to driving on gravel but I will also be doing a pure gravel test with Saintéloc before the beginning of the season.”

To cope with the demands of a dual European and world championship campaign, Johnston and Kihurani have completed two training camps in the off-season, while Johnston is also learning French in order to build a stronger bond with his France-based Saintéloc Racing team given a two-year stint in R2 cars is a probability. “The goal is to learn as much in R2 as possible and I’m thinking that’s more likely two seasons,” he said. “My aspiration is to make it to the full world championship but it’s a very big dream. I think about it once a day when I wake up but then I go back to the next step that’s right here in front of me.”

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ERC Junior champion Gryazin revs up for world debut with Latvia podium

Sun, 02/10/2019 - 21:00

Nikolay Gryazin will make his world championship debut on Rally Sweden on the back of a strong run of practice events, which concluded in Latvia yesterday when the 2018 FIA ERC Junior Under 28 champion finished third on Rallijs Sarma.

Gryazin was actually on course for his third winter win in as many starts having gone fastest on the opening four stages to build a lead of 41s over eventual winner Oliver Solberg. However, a costly moment on stage five ended hopes of a victory hat-trick as Solberg moved into a lead he wouldn’t lose for this second consecutive Latvian championship triumph.

“We lost almost three minutes on SS5 because of too fast approach into one of the turns, hit the snowbank and spin,” Gryazin wrote on Facebook. “We continued but the radiator filled with the snow and the engine began to overheat. We had to stop on the stage to clean the snow out – it was wet and cemented immediately, so we lost a lot of time. We changed the air filter and moved forward.”

Gryazin and co-driver Yaroslav Fedorov are stepping up to the world championship this season in a Sports Racing Technologies ŠKODA Fabia R5. Rally Sweden, their first world event, takes place from 14-17 February.

Meanwhile, Tibor Érdi Jr and Mārtiņš Sesks – ERC2 and ER3/ERC Junior Under 27 champions respectively – were also in action on Rallijs Sarma. Érdi Jr placed P11 overall as Sesks took the LRC3 honours in a fine seventh place. Like Gryazin, Sesks will also be beginning his world championship adventure in Sweden.

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ERC Ladies’ Trophy winner Falcón goes for green, white and black

Sat, 02/09/2019 - 06:00

Emma Falcón’s Citroën C3 R5 will feature a striking green, white and black colour scheme when she steps up to the new French machine in 2019.

Falcón won the ERC Ladies’ Trophy in 2018 driving Citroën DS3 R3T for the bulk of the season.

She will graduate to R5 power in this seaon’s Spanish championship, which joins forces with the FIA European Rally Championship on Rally Islas Canarias from 2-4 May.

Photo: Facebook.com/emma.falcon.5

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New rally, refreshed livery, same talented driver: ERC Junior champion Gryazin ready for world bid

Fri, 02/08/2019 - 15:00

Nikolay Gryazin has revealed a “refreshed” livery as he prepares to make his FIA World Rally Championship debut in Sweden next week as the reigning FIA ERC Junior Under 28 champion.

Gryazin is stepping up to the world stage with the same Sports Racing Technologies squad that guided him and co-driver Yaroslav Fedorov to ERC glory in 2018.

The Latvia-based Russian star will again rely on ŠKODA Fabia R5 power and Pirelli tyres for his 2019 campaign, which will also include two ERC starts – his prize for winning ERC Junior U28, the category for young stars in R5 cars.

"We've just refreshed our livery a little, slightly rekindled," he wrote on Facebook.

Photo: Facebook.com/gryazin.nikolay/

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R5 reflections: When ERC Junior Klausz stepped up for a day

Thu, 02/07/2019 - 18:00

ERC Junior regular Kristóf Klausz got the chance to step up to the big time on the Mikulás Rallye in his native Hungary late last year when he tried a Ford Fiesta R5 for size.

Partnered by regular co-driver Botond Csányi, Klausz belied his zero experience of the Drift Company-run car to finish a fine fourth overall.

“This new experience will remain unforgettable and if I had only one race it was worth it!” Klausz recalled in an interview with DuEn.hu recently. “Before the race, I had the opportunity to test the car. After the first few kilometres I began to gradually feel the all-wheel drive. I was able to meet my expectations and there was also good competition in terms of results.”

Despite impressing on his step up to R5 power, Klausz is set to continue at the wheel of his Pirelli-equipped PEUGEOT 208 R2 in the FIA ERC3 Junior Championship in 2019. More news soon at FIAERC.com.

With thanks to Endre Dudás/DuEn.hu

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ERC aspirant Brynildsen continues to fly

Wed, 02/06/2019 - 16:00

From flying though the air in Latvia to flying high in Norway, Eyvind Brynildsen continues to impress as he works on finalising his programme for 2019.

Beyond committing to Sweden’s upcoming round of the world championship, Brynildsen has yet to put his international campaign for this season in place, having switched from Ford to ŠKODA power as part of an alliance between Autotek Motorsport and Toksport WRT.


After crashing out of the podium fight on the FIA European Rally Championship finale in Liepāja, Latvia last October, Brynildsen returned to competition on the second event of the Norwegian championship season, last weekend’s Rally Hadeland, where he was leading until a mechanical glitch struck and demoted him and co-driver Veronica Engan to fourth behind a top three of Ole Christian Veiby, Mads Østberg and Henning Solberg.


Of his Rally Hadeland heroics, Brynildsen explained: “I hadn’t been in a rally car since I was upside down in Latvia. I only did a few runs up and down a road before the start but it just felt natural to give it a push. Stage one was very controlled, stage two was a big push but we had to stop in the stage because the car in front went off. I won stage three, I won stage four but on stage five I had some engine issues. I started to play with the settings to try to solve the problem, but I got a bit out of line and spun. But I was proud to have just jumped into the car and beaten some strong rivals.”


Although Brynildsen has secured partnerships with companies such as Blaklader, JCB, 7-Eleven Norge, ŠKODA Norge and YX Norge, he is still searching for the full budget needed to contest the ERC and bid to become the first Norwegian to win the coveted FIA title.

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Grigorov goes for it in ERC Junior

Wed, 02/06/2019 - 12:00

The FIA ERC Junior Championship will welcome its first Bulgarian driver in 2019 after rising star Grigor Grigorov signed up to follow in the wheel tracks of a long list of talents who have graduated from the Pirelli-supported category for R2 cars.

Grigorov, 24, has mainly focused on events in his homeland since he began competing in 2012, meaning his ERC3 Junior bid this season will mark his first campaign in a major international championship.

And having worked hard in recent years to put a programme in place, the PEUGEOT 208 R2 driver can’t wait for his ERC adventure to begin.

“ERC Junior is the right way to the big stage,” said Grigorov, who will bid to emulate leading graduates such as Emil Bergkvist, Marijan Griebel, Nikolay Gryazin, Jari Huttunen, Chris Ingram and Stéphane Lefebvre. “Over the years, we have witnessed pilots who were part of the ERC and now part of the world championship, such as Andres Mikkelsen, Espekka Lappi, Jan Kopecký and others. There is lots of competition and mass media coverage so what more can a newcomer on the European scene want?”

With zero knowledge of the events making up the ERC3 Junior schedule in 2019 and having never previously rallied on gravel, Grigorov will have plenty to learn. But he’s not shying away from the challenge ahead and has a firm plan in place.

“It is no secret that each pilot is involved with a desire to win, but since this is a new challenge for me of a very different nature, I have to be honest with myself and my team and we will set ourselves real goals to pursue throughout the year,” Grigorov explained. “For this season, our main goal is to enter the championship and show a steady, safe pace as with every mileage we cover, we will improve our overall performance and gain experience and impressions for the 2020 season.”

Grigorov, who harbours long-term ambitiions to compete in the World Rally Championship following a stint in the R5-based ERC1 category, will compete under the Grigorov Racing Team – Enekod banner. His co-driver will be announced in due course.

The ERC3 Junior champion will get a two-event prize drive package in a Motorsport Italia ŠKODA Fabia R5 in the 2020 ERC as his or her reward.

Subject to the signing of the event promoter agreement, the Azores Rallye will open the six-event ERC3 Junior Championship calendar from 21-23 March. ERC Junior drivers count their best four scores with three events on asphalt and three on gravel.

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ERC champions set for winter action in Latvia

Mon, 02/04/2019 - 21:00

Three reigning FIA European Rally champions will be competing in Latvia this weekend when Tibor Érdi Jr, Nikolay Gryazin and Mārtiņš Sesks tackle Rallijs Sarma on 9 February.

Érdi Jr claimed a second consecutive ERC2 title in 2018, Gryazin won the ERC Junior Under 28 crown, while Sesks completed an impressive double, landing first place in ERC Junior U27 and ERC3.


Rallijs Sarma, the second event of the Latvian championship season, features six special stages over a competitive distance of 100.16 kilometres.

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ERC champions join FIA Hall of Fame

Mon, 02/04/2019 - 12:00

Walter Röhrl and Miki Biasion, winners of the FIA European Rally Championship in 1974 and 1983 respectively, have been inducted into the FIA Hall of Fame.

At a ceremony in Paris last week, the pair were among the 17 FIA World Rally champions recognised for their achievements in winning the coveted world crown by FIA President Jean Todt. Röhrl won rallying’s top prize in 1980 and 1982, while Biaison also doubled-up, in 1988 and 1989.

The FIA Hall of Fame gallery is located at the FIA Headquarters in both Paris and Geneva, while an online version is also available here. It includes the first inductees from 2017 – the 33 FIA Formula One world champions – and now the 17 World Rally champions.

Click here to view the list of FIA ERC champions from Helmut Polensky in 1953 to Alexey Lukyanuk in 2018.

Photos: DPPI for FIA

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Backing boost for ERC Junior Llarena

Sun, 02/03/2019 - 21:00

Efrén Llarena’s bid to win the FIA ERC3 Junior Championship has received another boost following confirmation that Llanes MotorSport will support the rising star of Spanish rallying and his talented co-driver Sara Fernández in 2019.

Top Spanish organisation Llanes MotorSport won the national title with Miguel Fuster in 2018 but is adding Llarena and Fernández to its stable as it diversifies into helping young talent.

Llarena, who is supported by Spanish federation RFEDA under the Rally Team Spain banner, said: “We are grateful for the support of the Spanish federation, Llanes MotorSport and Mavisa Sport. It’s a fantastic opportunity for us and we will do our best to fight for the ERC3 Junior Championship.”

Mavisa Sport will continue to run Llarena and Fernández’s Pirelli-equipped PEUGEOT 208 R2.

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Swedish ERC and WTCR aces united

Sat, 02/02/2019 - 12:00

Mattias Adielsson and Johan Kristoffersson, who will represent Sweden in the FIA European Rally Championship and WTCR – FIA World Touring Car Cup presented by OSCARO respectively this season, were podium finishers at the SM-Sprint Vinter in their homeland yesterday.

Broadcast live on Swedish television, the event featured a 4.6-kilometre stage run four times. Kristoffersson took victory in his Volkswagen Polo GTI R5 with Adielsson a slender 5.7s adrift in third in the Saintéloc Racing Citroën C3 R5 he will use for his maiden ERC1 Junior bid. Patrik Flodin claimed second in his ŠKODA Fabia R5, 1.3s behind Kristoffersson.

The ERC and WTCR / OSCARO are both promoted by Eurosport Events. The Azores Rallye is set to open the 2019 ERC calendar from 21-23 March, while WTCR Race of Morocco marks the opening round of the 10-weekend, 30-race WTCR / OSCARO season two from 5-7 April.

Photo: @bylineandrea

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New ERC1 Junior recruit Adielsson set for live TV action

Fri, 02/01/2019 - 06:00

ERC Junior Mattias Adielsson will bid to win the SM-Sprint Vinter event live on Swedish television for a fourth year running today.

Having recently announced his FIA ERC1 Junior Championship bid, Adielsson is contesting the event in Sundsvall, 80 kilometres north of his home city of Göteborg, to show and gain further knowledge of his Saintéloc Racing Citroën C3 R5.

Taking place on a 4.6-kilometre stage run four times, the event’s live coverage begins at 09h00 CET on SVT PLAY and again from 14h00 CET on SVT TV. Johan Kristoffersson (Volkswagen Polo R5) and Patrik Flodin (ŠKODA Fabia R5) will be among Adielsson’s rivals.

“The feeling in the new car is great and I was really happy with our test,” said Adielsson. “I felt comfortable in the car after the first run already and after that we worked with a lot of different set-ups. The competition will be interesting and high and I will do my best to beat them I promise.”

The event in Sundsvall will take place in ambient temperatures of minus 10 degrees centigrade.

Photo: Facebook.com/mattias.adielsson.3

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Top award for Hungary’s ERC event

Thu, 01/31/2019 - 18:00

The event that will become Hungary’s round of the FIA European Rally Championship in 2019 has received a top award.

Run last November as the Nyíregyháza Rally, the Hungarian championship season finale and ERC candidate event was voted by drivers and officials as the Race of the Year for 2018 during a recent ceremony.

A statement from the event organisers said: “We are very proud of this award. We got a lot of positive reflection from our fans, but this award is a reaction from the drivers and officials.”

Rally Hungary will bring the curtain down on the 2019 ERC season from 8-10 November.

Photo: Attila Kollar

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ERC a shop window for Hyundai i20 R5

Wed, 01/30/2019 - 21:00

Dani Sordo’s outing on the FIA European Rally Championship-counting Barum Czech Rally Zlín last summer has proved to be more than worthwhile for Hyundai Motorsport.

World championship star Sordo took part on the demanding asphalt event primarily to showcase the Hyundai i20 R5 to potential customers in Czech Republic.

Although the Spaniard’s appearance in the ERC generated significant media coverage and attracted a substantial fan following as he secured third place in a dramatic final-stage battle, it has also helped the company to achieve the first sale of an i20 R5 in Czech Republic.

Earlier today, Czech rallying stalwart Martin Vlček took delivery of one of the Korean machines with a national championship programme likely in 2019. And with Barum Czech Rally Zlín once again counting for Czech and European championship points when it takes place from 16-18 August, an eighth ERC appearance in south-eastern Moravia for Vlček is expected, only this time in a Hyundai i20 R5.

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ERC record-breaker Kajetanowicz gets top honour

Tue, 01/29/2019 - 21:00

Kajetan Kajetanowicz, who set an FIA European Rally Championship record when he won the prestigious title three years running in 2017, has received a top honour from his country’s motorsport federation.

Pole Kajetanowicz is a recipient of the PZM’s highly acclaimed Złotą Odznakę (Gold Badge) for his achievements in the sport.

PZM Presient Romualda Chałasa made the presentation at the Moto Orkiestra event recently.

After completing his ERC title hat-trick, Kajetanowicz stepped up to the world championship in 2018 and impressed with three top-five class finishes from four starts in his LOTOS Rally Team Ford Fiesta R5.

Poland, meanwhile, will host the fourth event of the 2019 ERC season from 28-30 June.

Photo: Facebook.com/KajetanKajetanowicz/

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Habaj continues ERC adventure on a high

Mon, 01/28/2019 - 15:00

Łukasz Habaj will contest the FIA European Rally Championship for a fourth successive season as he looks to build on experience gained – and potential shown – behind the wheel of his Sports Racing Technologies ŠKODA Fabia R5.

Pole Habaj graduated to the ERC in 2016 after winning the Polish title for the first time the previous year. Initially reliant on Ford Fiesta R5 power, Habaj made the switch to Czech machinery for the final few events of 2018 and landed a trio of top-six finishes.

He began 2019 on a high with a podium finish on the Latvian championship season opener earlier this month, and is considering another winter event before his ERC campaign gets underway in the spring.

“We will be present in the first four rounds for sure and we will see what is the result,” said Habaj. “I changed cars at the end of last season and with the ŠKODA I hope I will be more competitive than last year. If that’s the case even the full season is possible. On the other hand, there are new cars and new drivers and before the season kicks off it is hard to say where you can really be among all the participants.

“For sure the ŠKODA is a top rally car and we also have experience in all four rallies opening the season, so I am hoping to be able to fight for top spots because it’s now or never for me.”

Habaj, who can continue to count on the services of co-driver Daniel Dymurski, turns 44 this season but is showing no sign of slowing down, judging by his impressive start to 2019.

“We are training hard to be well prepared,” he said. “We took part in the Alūksne Rally in Latvia and most probably we will do one more winter rally before going to the Azores. Thanks to this we will have even more experience with the ŠKODA, which will help to increase the speed.”

Jean-Baptiste Ley, the ERC Co-ordinator, said: “It’s great to welcome Łukasz back to the ERC. He’s a total professional both on and off the stages and fast to match. He’s not always had the best of luck in recent seasons but his fortunes look as though they have turned a corner and we look forward to him and Daniel building on what they have achieved so far and become regular frontrunners.”

Subject to the signing of the event promoter agreement, the Azores Rallye will open the ERC calendar from 21-23 March. Habaj and Dymurski finished a strong seventh on the spectacular gravel event last season in a Ford Fiesta R5. Their home event, Rally Poland, takes place from 28-30 June.

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Two rallies, two wins for ERC Junior champion Gryazin

Sun, 01/27/2019 - 18:00

Nikolay Gryazin served further notice of his intent for 2019 with a dominant victory on KNA Rally Finnskog in Norway yesterday.

The FIA ERC Junior Under 28 champion from last season, was fastest on all six stages to win by almost seven minutes in the Sports Racing Technologies ŠKODA Fabia R5 he shares with co-driver Yaroslav Fedorov.

Gryazin is contesting a selection of winter rallies in preparation for his world championship graduation on Rally Sweden next month.

There was more success for ERC Junior U28 graduates during the weekend with Rhys Yates taking P14 overall on his Rallye Monte-Carlo debut.

Elsewhere, former ERC regular Jaroslav Orsák won the Winter Rally in Lithuania.

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PZM 75. Rajd Polski / PZM 75th Rally Poland

PZM 75. Rajd Polski

Kalendarz 2019

21-23.03.2019:

Azores Airlines Rallye (Portugalia)

02-04.05.2019

Rally Islas Canarias (Hiszpania)

24-26 05.2019

Rally Liepāja (Łotwa)

28-30.06.2019

Rajd Polski

19-21.07.2019

Rally di Roma Capitale (Włochy)

16-18.08.2019

Barum Czech Rally Zlín (Czechy)

27-29.09.2019:

Cyprus Rally (Cypr)

08-10.11.2019:

Rally Hungary (Węgry)