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ERC Rally Liepāja boss working on confirming new date

Thu, 04/16/2020 - 06:00

Raimonds Strokšs, the man who leads the expert team behind the FIA European Rally Championship-counting Rally Liepāja, is “working closely” with the event’s partners to finalise a new date for the high-speed gravel spectacular.

After turning the event from concept to reality in 2013, ex-driver Strokšs has overseen the rally’s contininug rise and ongoing quest for innovation. And he was at the helm when Rally Liepāja switched from a winter to a traditional gravel event in repsonse to the warm temperatures that struck in 2016.

“Organising a safe rally has always been our top priority,” said the Latvian, whose event had been due to run on 29-31 May but will now take place later in the season. “It should be a racing event that is safe for all the competitors, spectators, and our personnel. A couple of months ago it seemed that the global situation would cool down and normalise by the end of May, but the belief gradually dissipated as more and more news came in reporting the expanding nature of the Covid-19 globally.

“We must also consider that Rally Liepāja is part of the FIA European Rally Championship and we are obliged to monitor and evaluate the situation not only in Latvia, but all over Europe. To run the event in May, we must be sure that all the parties will be allowed to leave their homes, so we can ensure a fair competition to all the crews.

“At this moment we are working closely with our partners Eurosport Events, FIA, and rally cities Liepāja and Talsi to find a mutual solution and to postpone the event to a later date, when, according to experts, we will be able to organise a safe event in Latvia. But till then – stay home, and be safe!”

A statement from the Rally Liepāja organisers added: “Rally Liepāja is possible thanks to the support provided by the Latvian government, rally city Liepāja, as well as the Talsi region.

“Thanks to our sponsors Neste, Ramirent, and SC Grupa, our car rental partner Sixt, as well as supporters Canon Business Center – IB Serviss, Liepājas Olimpiskais Centrs, Pafbet, and Swecon. Informative support is provided by DELFI and media partners JCDecaux Latvija, Kurzemes Vārds, Sporta Avīze, Talsu Vēstis, and Zebra.

“The event would also not be possible without the involvement of all Rally Liepāja friends: Baltic Taxi, Flora, FN Serviss, Fristads, Jānis Pūce, Latvijas Pārtikas Ražotājs, Lofbergs, MB Grupa, Meža Dārzs, Red Bull, SignTech, Sportland, and Törley.

“Rally Liepāja is taking place with the support of Aizpute, Durbe, Grobiņa and Priekule regions.

“A special thank you goes out to the Latvian Automobile Federation.”

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FIA ERC calendar adjusted as all are urged to follow official advice and stay safe at home

Tue, 04/14/2020 - 12:00

Rally Liepāja will be postponed until later on in the 2020 FIA European Rally Championship season after Latvian government restrictions imposed in response to the coronavirus pandemic were extended.

The event had been set to run from 29-31 May but will now be rescheduled following consultation between event promoter RA Events, ERC promoter Eurosport Events, the FIA and all relevant authorities.

Although it is the firm intention to announce the replacement date as quickly as possible in accordance with official guidelines, the personal safety of all remains the absolute priority and will not be compromised.

While every effort is being made to deliver the planned eight-round calendar in 2020, the thoughts of the entire ERC family are with those people whose loved ones have passed or have fallen ill as a result of COVID-19. Many jobs have been lost and people find themselves in very challenging situations so it is vitally important that all advice is followed and people stay safe and stay home.

The 2020 ERC season is now set to begin on 77th Rally Poland from 26-28 June.

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Lindholm expects “lots and lots of learning” in the ERC

Tue, 04/14/2020 - 06:00

Emil Lindholm expects to learn plenty in this season’s FIA European Rally Championship.

The 23-year-old Finn will represent Team MRF Tyres in ERC1 Junior during what will be his first European campaign.

“Progression is the main thing for us, but the level in the ERC is high, the rallies are completely new for me so there will be lots and lots of learning,” said Lindholm. “I still want to do the world championship and this is a good step forward.”

Lindholm will compete in a Rally2-specification ŠKODA Fabia with a four-event programme planned.

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Italy’s ERC champions

Mon, 04/13/2020 - 06:00

Between them Italian drivers have claimed 23 FIA European Rally Championship titles – more than any other country has managed. As the build-up to the 2020 ERC season continues, here’s a reminder of who they are.

1972: Raffaele Pinto

1973: Sandro Munari

1975: Maurizio Verini

1978: Antonio Carello

1981: Adartico Vudafieri

1982: Antonio Fessina

1983: Miki Biasion

1984: Carlo Capone

1985: Dario Cerrato

1986: Fabrizio Tabaton

1987: Dario Cerrato

1988: Fabrizio Tabaton

1991: Piero Liatti

1995: Enrico Bertone

1998: Andrea Navarra

1999: Enrico Bertone

2002: Renato Travaglia

2005: Renato Travaglia

2006: Giandomenico Basso

2008: Luca Rossetti

2009: Giandomenico Basso

2010: Luca Rossetti

2011: Luca Rossetti

Pictured is Luca Rossetti, Italy’s three-time ERC champion on last season’s Rally di Roma Capitale.

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ERC categories in short

Sun, 04/12/2020 - 06:00

Need to know your FIA European Rally Championship categories? Look no further than this quick guide.

FIA ERC1: For FIA-homologated cars conforming to Rally2 (R5) regulations. That means 1.6-litre turbocharged engines, 32mm restrictors to control performance, four-wheel drive, five-speed gearboxes and price caps to keep design and build expenditure in check. Think Citroën C3 R5, Ford Fiesta R5, Hyundai i20 R5, Peugeot 208 T16, ŠKODA Fabia R5, Volkswagen Polo GTI R5 and others.

FIA ERC2: Typically for more standard ‘showroom’ spec machinery, albeit with turbocharged engines and four-wheel drive, such as the Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution X and the Subaru Impreza STI. However, in addition to N4, cars built to R4-K and RGT rules are also allowed. And that means cars fitted with the R4-K ‘kit’ of parts from ORECA are allowed, along with the RGT-based Abarth 124 rally among others.

FIA ERC3: It’s front-wheel-drive hot hatches in essence such as the Renault Clio R3T, Opel’s ADAM R2, Peugeot’s all-new 208 Rally 4 (pictured) or the Ford Fiesta R2T from M-Sport.

FIA ERC1 Junior: Drivers aged 28 and under on 1 January 2020 in Rally2 cars are eligible, providing they are registered for ERC1 of course.

FIA ERC3 Junior: For drivers aged 27 and under on 1 January 2020 in Rally4 and Rally5 cars on Pirelli control tyres.

Abarth Rally Cup: The Abarth Rally Cup features on six rounds of the ERC in 202. It’s open to competitors using the lightweight, rear-wheel-drive Abarth 124 rally.

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Be like Percy of the ERC and join the world’s biggest conversation

Sat, 04/11/2020 - 06:00

The biggest-ever global conversation on shaping our future has launched and the FIA European Rally Championship is inviting you to join.

Take the one-minute survey at and share a photo of yourself on social media with ‘I had my say’ and the hashtag #UN75.

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Who had that Good Friday feeling in ERC 2019?

Fri, 04/10/2020 - 18:00

In 2019, two legs on rounds of the FIA European Rally Championship finished on a Friday.

On both occasions it was Alexey Lukyanuk and Alexey Arnautov at the top of the leaderboard on the Azores Rallye and Rally Islas Canarias. And this is a summary of who else had a Good Friday feeling in the ERC in 2019.

Friday 22 March, Azores Rallye:
Overall: Alexey Lukyanuk/Alexey Arnautov
ERC2: Juan Carlos Alonso/Juan Pablo Monasterol
ERC3: Efrén Llarena/Sara Fernández
ERC1 Junior: Pierre-Louis Loubet/Vincent Landais
ERC3 Junior: Efrén Llarena/Sara Fernández

Friday 3 May, Rally Islas Canarias:
Overall: Alexey Lukyanuk/Alexey Arnautov
ERC2: Alberto Monarri/Alberto Chamorro
ERC3: Florian Bernardi/Victor Bellotto (pictured)
ERC1 Junior: Pepe López/Borja Rozada
ERC3 Junior: Jean-Baptiste Franceschi/Anthony Gorguilo

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ERC’s unusual stage locations

Fri, 04/10/2020 - 12:00

The FIA European Rally Championship takes in some of the best stages on the planet each season. It also features stages in unusual locations as the following demonstrates.

Beach (picture 4): The Love Cyprus Golden Stage 2 on the 2016 CNP Asfalistiki Cyprus Rally finished on a beach with the time control located adjacent to a seaside bar…

Bus station: Barum Czech Rally Zlín’s ever-popular superspecial on its host city’s streets includes a blast through a bus station, closed of course for the occasion.

Exhibition ground: When the Delta Rally was based in Zagreb, a stage ran through an exhibition ground in the capital.

Hotel grounds (picture 5): Hotel Gołębiewski in Mikołajki is not only the setting of Rally Poland’s permanent service park and event headquarters, it’s also home to a purpose-built superspecial, Mikołajki Arena.

Military barracks: Rallye International du Valais, part of the ERC up until 2015, includes the Casernes stage on its itinerary. It’s located within the grounds of a military barracks.

Quarry (picture 2): The Grupo Marques superspecial on the Azores Rallye is a big hit for drivers and fans alike. But it’s actually built in a quarry.

Ski resort (picture 1): The first Rally Liepāja in 2013 concluded on the Ventspils Kalns stage, which included run down a ski slope…

Trotting track (picture 3): Markopoulo Park located near the Greek capital Athens and built for the 2004 Olympic Games, was home to SSS Hippodrome on the 2018 Acropolis Rally.

United Nations Buffer Zone: The Cyprus Rally’s ground-breaking Nicosia street stage crosses through the United Nations Buffer Zone from Cyprus to Northern Cyprus and back again.

Volcanic crater lake: Yep, you read that right… Sete Cidades, perhaps one of the most iconic rally stages in the world, runs along the rim of a volcanic crater lake. It’s strictly for the brave…

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New-look website for ERC Rally di Roma Capitale

Fri, 04/10/2020 - 06:00

Rally di Roma Capitale, Italy’s round of the 2020 FIA European Rally Championship, has a new-look website.

Available at the usual address,, the site contains basic event information with more and more content due to be added over the coming weeks.

Rally di Roma Capitale is scheduled to take place from 24-26 July.

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Title-chasing Ducher happy Stratieva is returning to ERC action

Thu, 04/09/2020 - 18:00

Saintéloc Racing Rally Manager Vincent Ducher is hoping to count on Ekaterina Stratieva’s ‘reliability’ once again as the Saint-Etienne squad bids to win back-to-back FIA European Rally Championship titles.

Stratieva joined Saintéloc for the 2019 season-closing rallies in Cyprus and Hungary and the points she scored were pivotal as the Saintéloc Junior Team clinched the ERC entrants’ award.

“For sure Ekaterina helped us win the Teams’ title last year so it’s important to have reliable drivers,” said Ducher. “We have worked together to get more sponsorship for her and she will also be able to learn from her team-mates.”

Marijan Griebel and Alexey Lukyanuk will also represent the Saintéloc Junior Team in 2020.

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Why it’s 19 and counting in the ERC

Thu, 04/09/2020 - 12:00

The popularity of the FIA European Rally Championship continues to rise with confirmation that drivers from 19 countries have signed up to take part and more are expected during the coming months.

So far, drivers or co-drivers from the following countries have registered:





Czech Republic















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Alexey Lukyanuk: The fastest driver in the ERC?

Thu, 04/09/2020 - 06:00

Alexey Lukyanuk might have lost out on last season’s FIA European Rally Championship title to Chris Ingram in a thrilling final-stage decider on Rally Hungary. But based on stage wins, no driver was faster in 2019 than the Russian rocket.

Driving a Saintéloc Junior Team-run Citroën C3 R5, Lukyanuk and co-driver Alexey Arnautov scored a total of 39 fastest stage times, comfortably clear of the next ‘fastest’ drivers, Andrea Crugnola, Nasser Al-Attiyah and Oliver Solberg.

Barum Czech Rally Zlín dominator Jan Kopecký clocked six fastest stage times, Łukasz Habaj and Pepe López five each, Nikolay Gryazin and Pierre-Louis Loubet four apiece, while Jari Huttunen, Ingram, Ricardo Teodósio and Ferenc Vincze all took three stage wins.

Ingram put his lower number of stage bests down to his weak financial position, which meant he often adopted a more conservative approach in order to finish events rather than push for fastest times.

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Past ERC2 title contenders reunited

Wed, 04/08/2020 - 18:00

Confirmation that Zelindo Melegari will chase ERC2 success in the FIA European Rally Championship this year brings back memories of the Italian’s epic title fight with Tibor Érdi Jr in 2017.

Italian Melegari and Hungarian Érdi Jr fought for the showroom category three years ago with Érdi Jr just doing enough on the Rally Liepāja decider to claim top honours.

Poland’s Dariusz Polońksi and Russian Dmitry Feofanov have also announced their ERC2 plans for 2020 with Polońksi eligible for the prestigious Abarth Rally Cup.

Meanwhile, 2019 ERC2 champion Juan Carlos Alonso is stepping up to the top-tier ERC1 category in 2020, driving a ŠKODA Fabia R5.

Melegari is pictured left with Érdi Jr (right) on Rally Rzeszow in 2017 shortly after the Hungarian lost out on the class victory to the Italian when his car broke at the finish of the final stage.

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Crash fears not pictured as Melegari gets ready for ERC return

Wed, 04/08/2020 - 12:00

Zelindo Melegari is revving up to return to the FIA European Rally Championship once the season gets underway – and insists his crash on Barum Czech Rally Zlín last summer is long forgotten.

Melegari, from Italy, and co-driver Corrado Bonato were injured when they crashed at high speed on the Tarmac event. With both fully recovered, another ERC2 campaign awaits, this time in a Subaru Impreza.

Comeback no problem
“We know that with motorsport there is a risk as is the case with life,” said Melegari, owner of the Movisport driver management company. “But we cannot stop doing things because of this fact, we must continue if we are motivated by the passion for our work, sports or hobbies. If you have an accident at work or in the car in everyday traffic, you don't change your job or stop traveling by car. This is part of the game. Of course, we need to work on safety in work as much as in sport. But I am not afraid of any effects of the accident. In the last weeks before this pandemic I made a short test in Italy and I truly enjoyed it.”

Hoping for health then happiness
“I would like to win the ERC2 category. It would be a great satisfaction, but I also want to find the right feeling with the car and to be competitive in the category. But really we just hope this pandemic will end as soon as possible with everyone staying healthy.”

Switch to title-winning car confirmed
“In the past years I have used several types of car in the ERC2 category. So, for this year, I have chosen the Subaru Impreza serviced by GB Motors. Perhaps it is not the best performing car, but this is the car I have had the greatest feeling with, the easiest to handle. It was the car of Gianluca Linari, who is also part of the Movisport team, when he won the last Production Cup in the World Rally Championship in 2015.”

Bonato ready to continue partnership
“Corrado has confirmed his participation with me. We have achieved a good feeling together, and he is also looking forward to start the season.”

ERC gives positive feedback
“I really like the ERC and the beautiful and demanding races. Eight races is a perfect number to combine work commitments, and there is a good feeling among everyone, pilots and professionals. The support of Eurosport Events makes this championship with very high media visibility for everyone, we receive important positive feedback from our sponsors, which is a real added value for every participant.”

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New season, new co-driver: the ERC drivers making a change for 2020

Wed, 04/08/2020 - 06:00

Several FIA European Rally Championship drivers are changing co-drivers for 2020. While it’s a new partnership for some, for others it’s the revival of a previous relationship. Here are four examples.

Eyvind Brynildsen
Ilka Minor’s only previous experience co-driving Brynildsen ended in a huge crash on Rally Liepāja in 2018. But the pair are reunited for 2020. “Ilka is one of the best co-drivers in the world. She’s really easy to be with inside the car, she’s not having any habits, she don’t have to eat in a nice restaurant every day, she can eat sausage one day and beef the next day.”

Emma Falcón
With previous co-driver Eduardo González no longer available, Falcón has recruited Cándido Carrera. He’s best known for his partnership with José Suárez, which included a six-event ERC1 Junior Championship campaign with the Peugeot Rally Academy in 2017. “Cándido has a lot of international experience and we are very excited with the season that we have ahead,” Falcón said.

Alexey Lukyanuk
After Alexey Arnautov announced he’d be taking a break from competing, Lukyanuk needed a replacement. “Dmitriy is a strong choice,” said Lukyanuk. “We’ve had some pacenote training and we made quite good steps with our preparation. I am pretty confident we will come to the first event well prepared and ready to deliver good results from the first stages.”

Bruno Magalhães
With Hugo Magalhães forming a new partnership for 2020, Bruno Magalhães has called up former co-driver Carlos Magalhães for his ERC return. “Hugo didn’t know about this project when he decided to go with another driver. I decide to go with Carlos Magalhães because, as you know, to be my co-driver the name needs to be Magalhães! I talked with Carlos to make the project and he’s very excited because last year he just made one rally.”

Pictured from left to right are Carlos Magalhães and Bruno Magalhães

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ERC “natural and best step”, says Marczyk

Tue, 04/07/2020 - 18:00

ORLEN Team’s Miko Marczyk has explained why stepping up to the FIA European Rally Championship for 2020 was the “natural and best step”.

After winning the prestigious RSMP (Rajdowe Samochodowe Mistrzostwa Polski) title in 2019 driving a ŠKODA Polska-supported Fabia, Marczyk identified the ERC as his number one choice for career progression.

“The ERC is the natural and best step for me after the Polish championship,” said Marczyk, who only began competing in 2016 with nothing more than limited experience in indoor karting to count on.

“The rallies in Poland are very good but the level of roads and the competition is bigger in the ERC than in the national championship. The ERC is therefore a good place to learn and develop and also to fight with other young drivers from European countries before I take the next step.

“I would like to develop fast in the ERC, it’s like a big adventure and I hope step by step to be a good part of the championship.”

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ERC1 Junior Cais: Hard to compare bike and car achievements

Tue, 04/07/2020 - 12:00

Erik Cais will chase success in the FIA ERC1 Junior Championship this season driving a Ford Fiesta R5 MkII run by Orsák Rallysport under the Yacco ACCR Team.

Before taking up rallying, the Czech driver was a hugely successful downhill mountain bike racer, progressing to World Cup level as a factory rider having started out aged seven.

However, while training for the 2017 season, he crashed and broke a collarbone in four places. After a lengthy recovery period, he decided to call time on two-wheel competition and switch to four, following his father Miroslav into rallying in 2018.

It was an inspired move and only a late puncture denied Cais the 2WD category win on Barum Czech Rally Zlín that year against strong international opposition.

Asked if success in the ERC would top his achievements on the saddle, Cais said: “It’s really difficult to compare the mountain bike to the rally car because in mountain bike you only have one stage around three kilometres in length but with 400 people wanting to beat you. In rallying you have 20 or 30 people in your category wanting to beat you and you have to fight for two days, which is really difficult.

“I still need to learn about how much power I can do on the first stage compared to the end of the day, where you can go absolutely flat out and where you can only set the time. On the bicycle, you have only flat out and if you do a mistake you know it’s impossible to take it back. In rallying you can try to push and I really want to try and do my best to make our partners proud.”

Photo: Lukáš Navrátil Photography/Erik Cais

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Introducing… New ERC1 Junior recruit Dominik Dinkel

Tue, 04/07/2020 - 06:00

Germany’s Dominik Dinkel has chosen the FIA ERC1 Junior Championship for 2020 as he looks to “improve his skills” against “very high” competition at Rally2 level. Here’s what you need to know.

Look no further for a new car: When he’s not competing, Dinkel, who was runner-up in the German Rally Championship (DRM) in 2017 and 2018, sells cars for the family business.

It’s a family affair after all: Dinkel’s father Michael and brothers Patrick and Marcel have also tried rallying for size.

All go with ROMO: ROMO Motorsport, which has ample ERC experience, will run Dinkel’s Rally2-specificationŠKODA Fabia R5 Evo.

To finish Fürst, first you need backing: Dinkel is linking up with long-term co-driver Christina Fürst and will enjoy backing from sponsor Brose and mentor Michael Stoschek, who have supported his rallying since 2012.

Preparation is everything: Dinkel has embarked on a rigorous fitness programme and has also changed his diet ahead of his planned six-event ERC1 Junior campaign.

Unchartered territory: Barum Czech Rally Zlín is the only ERC event of which he has previous experience, albeit in a Rally4 (formerly R2) car five years ago.

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From two-wheel drive to four: five who’ve made the move in the ERC

Mon, 04/06/2020 - 18:00

At the end of every year its common for drivers to step up from two- to four-wheel drive in the FIA European Rally Championship. Here are five who have done just that.

Marijan Griebel
Griebel made the most of his first four-wheel-drive opportunity with second place on the Cyprus Rally in 2016, his prize outing for winning the two-wheel-drive-based ERC3 Junior earlier that season.

Nikolay Gryazin (pictured)
Gryazin’s ERC debut was actually in a Rally2-specification (formerly R5) ŠKODA Fabia R5 in 2015, but he then undertook an ERC3 Junior campaign the following season, taking seventh in the class standings. He was back in R5 machinery for the 2016 season-closing Cyprus Rally and was in the podium fight before he crashed.

Chris Ingram
Ingram claimed the ERC3 Junior title in 2017 – then took the ERC1 Junior category victory on his graduation to four-wheel drive on the Azores Rallye in 2018.

Filip Mareš
After challenging for the ERC3 Junior crown in 2017, Czech federation-backed Mareš clinched the ERC1 Junior version in 2019 to underline his continued emergence.

Simon Wagner
Austrian ace Wagner started the 2019 ERC season in a 2WD Peugeot before he stepped up to Rally2 level on Barum Czech Rally Zlín. And he didn’t disappoint with an ERC1 Junior podium.

Three more making the step in 2020
Rafael Botelho
Erik Cais
Efrén Llarena

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The first ERC Rally Liepaja podium

Mon, 04/06/2020 - 12:00

Jari Ketomaa and Kaj Lindström were on top in the FIA European Rally Championship on 3 February 2013 after they won the inaugural Rally Liepāja.

The Finns are pictured celebrating their triumph in the city of Ventspils, which hosted the closing leg of the ERC counter that season.

Joining them on the podium in second place were Craig Breen and David Moynihan with François Delecour and Dominique Savignoni finishing third following a close battle with Alexey Lukyanuk and Alexey Arnautov.

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Kalendarz 2020


Rally di Roma Capitale (Włochy)


Rally Liepaja (Łotwa)


Barum Czech Rally Zlín (Czechy)


Azores Rallye (Portugalia)


Cyprus Rally (Cypr)


Rally Hungary (Węgry)


Rally Islas Canarias (Hiszpania)