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From slow to fast: Ingram set for latest ERC challenge

Fri, 09/21/2018 - 12:00

Following his debut podium in the world championship’s second tier on Rally Turkey last week, Chris Ingram will resume his FIA ERC Junior Under 28 title push in Poland.

While the stages in Turkey were “relatively slow and twisty” according to Ingram, it’s a totally different challenge on PZM Rally Poland, which Ingram is contesting for the first time this week in his 11 Degrees-backed ŠKODA Fabia R5.

“We’re ready for Rally Poland’s flat-out roads,” said the Briton, who was seventh fastest on this morning’s Qualifying Stage. “Poland [is] definitely be the fastest rally we’ve competed in yet in terms of average speed but we’re feeling sharp and ready.”

Co-driven by countryman Ross Whittock, Toksport-run Ingram is battling Nikolay Gryazin and Fabian Kreim to win ERC Junior U28, the category for young stars in R5 cars.

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Lukyanuk tops Poland qualifying with ERC Juniors in hot pursuit

Fri, 09/21/2018 - 10:52

Alexey Lukyanuk secured the fastest time on PZM Rally Poland’s Qualifying Stage, beating his FIA European Rally Championship rivals led by current and former ERC Junior charges.

Only 0.940s off championship leader Lukyanuk, Nikolay Gryazin resumed his FIA ERC Junior Under 28 title fight with second fastest time in Qualifying, earning him the right to pick his road position order second this afternoon.

Road order will be especially crucial on Poland’s gravel roads, with whoever starts first needing to sweep loose gravel away for those starting further down the order.

FIA ERC Junior Under 27 graduate Jari Huttunen demonstrated why Hyundai selected him for their driver development programme by going third fastest, 1.618s behind Lukyanuk despite saying he had chosen the wrong tyres for the stage.

Polish Junior U28 driver Miko Marczyk stormed to fourth place in his ŠKODA Polska Motorsport Fabia R5, continuing his impressive form despite having little gravel experience.

Norbert Herczig (MOL Racing Team) and Orhan Avcioğlu (Toksport WRT) were fifth and sixth in their respective Fabias, with Avcioğlu’s Junior U28 team-mate Chris Ingram seventh fastest.

Despite ripping the rear bumper off his PEUGEOT 208 T16 during a wild moment, Laurent Pellier was still eighth fastest for PEUGEOT Rally Academy, only 0.341s behind Junior U28 rival Ingram.

Former Polish national rally champions Grzegorz Grzyb (Rufa Sport) and Łukasz Habaj (eSky Rally Team) completed the top 10.

Junior U28’s Filip Mareš was P11 in his first gravel appearance in an R5 for ACCR Czech Rally Team, with Junior U28 championship leader Fabian Kreim only P12 in his similar ŠKODA AUTO Deutschland-prepared car.

Another ERC Junior graduate Łukasz Pieniążek (Printsport) went P13, while Dariusz Poloński (Rallytechnology) and Paulo Nobre (Palmeirinha Rally) will be the final drivers to choose their road position this afternoon, P14 and P15 in Qualifying respectively.

Start order selection takes place at 14h10 local time this afternoon, held in host city Mikołajki’s main square.

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ERC Radio live from PZM Rally Poland Qualifying Stage

Fri, 09/21/2018 - 09:00

ERC Radio will be broadcasting live coverage of the PZM Rally Poland Qualifying Stage as the FIA European Rally Championship begins in anger.

On-air from 09h45 CET today, Friday, reporters Julian Porter and Chris Rawes will be providing all the action and reaction.

ERC Radio is available online and via the ERC app.

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Polish champions in ERC action

Fri, 09/21/2018 - 06:00

Two notable Polish champions will be contesting their home round of the FIA European Rally Championship from today.

Łukasz Habaj (eSky Rally Team) won the title in 2015, one year prior to Grzegorz Grzyb’s (pictured) title success.

Habaj will make his second start in a ŠKODA Fabia R5 after switching from a Ford Fiesta equivalent. Menawhile, Grzyb was on the podium on his last ERC appearance in Italy in July for Rufa Sport but is better known for his Tarmac-driving prowess.

Jarosław Kołtun is a non-starter, while his compatriot Dariusz Poloński was a regular in ERC3 last year but now drives a Ford Fiesta R5 in the top-level ERC1 category.

Szymon Ruta has 16 ERC starts to his name, while his co-driver Kamil Heller guided Filip Nivette to last season’s Polish crown.

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Huttunen keen to avoid “catastrophe” on ERC comeback

Thu, 09/20/2018 - 21:00

Jari Huttunen is determined to avoid running first on the road when he makes his FIA European Rally Championship comeback this week.

Huttunen, runner-up in last season’s Pirelli-sponsored FIA ERC Junior Under 27 Championship, is tackling PZM Rally Poland as part of his Hyundai Driver development Program schedule.

Following two days of reconnaissance, the Finnish Hyundai i20 R5 driver said: “Road position will be quite important because there is a lot of loose gravel. If you start first, then it’s a catastrophe.”

He continued: “The stages are very fast, a bit softer than in Finland if I compare Finland. I’m surprised because there are a couple of big jumps but I’ve been [in Poland] on gravel so it’s really interesting and so high-speed. I’m without any test so it’s a bit hard to find confidence and there are a lot of fast drivers like [Alexey] Lukyanuk and [Nikolay] Gryazin.”

PZM Rally Finland gets underway tomorrow (Friday).

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All eyes on Subaru Poland Rally Team’s home talent in ERC2

Thu, 09/20/2018 - 18:00

With the battle for this season’s FIA ERC2 title settled in Tibor Érdi Jr’s favour on the last event, Barum Czech Rally Zlín, after the Hungarian moved out of reach of his closest challenger Sergei Remennik the focus will be on Marcin Słobodzian on PZM Rally Poland.

The ex-hillclimb driver and circuit racer makes his second ERC start for Subaru Rally Team Poland, the outfit that guided his compatriot Wojciech Chuchała to the ERC2 crown in 2016.

Despite his limited experience on gravel, Słobodzian won his class on the previous Polish championship round, which he hopes will give him an edge on Poland’s ERC qualifier.

“I can't wait to try my best on those iconic and very fast roads,” said Słobodzian, 26. “We have already won our title in the Polish championship so now we can try to push a little more and have good fun.”

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ERC Junior action for home-grown talent

Thu, 09/20/2018 - 15:00

Pole Łukasz Pieniążek isn’t the only home-grown talent in contention for FIA ERC Junior Under 28 Championship points on PZM Rally Poland.

Tomasz Kasperczyk (Tiger Energy Drink Rally Team) and Miko Marczyk (ŠKODA Polska Motorsport) will also be among the contenders in the class for young stars in R5 cars.

Kasperczyk was on ERC Junior U28 duty on the Azores Airlines Rallye in March but has focused on his domestic championship since then where Marczyk became a winner on the last round in Lithuania, his first proper gravel event.

There is also Polish representation in the Pirelli-supported FIA ERC Junior Under 27 Championship with the country’s 2WD champion, Kacper Wróblewski, making his category debut in a Rallytechnology-run PEUGEOT 208 R2.

However, Wróblewski is intent on putting gain experience ahead of setting rapid stage times. “This will be only my third gravel rally in my life,” he said. “I'm very happy and glad that we have an opportunity to start in it. I am incredibly excited about this fact and hope to finish and have lots of fun.”

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Pieniążek aims high on ERC return

Thu, 09/20/2018 - 12:00

Łukasz Pieniążek is relishing the opportunity to contest this week’s Rally Poland – because he believes that he will finally get a chance to challenge for a podium finish on his home event.

After graduating from the FIA European Rally Championship to the top-level global series for 2017, Pieniążek is back on ERC duty in Poland, primarily to prepare for his upcoming world events in Great Britain and Spain, but also to show his sponsors, partners and Polish public how much he has progressed in recent seasons.

“We’re really excited to be returning to the European championship on Rally Poland where we can compete in front of our home crowd, including our sponsors and partners,” said the Printsport ŠKODA Fabia R5 driver. “It will be good to go up against some of the drivers I used to compete against in ERC Junior and it will also be great preparation for the upcoming world championship rallies we’ll be taking part in.

“I’ve done Rally Poland on two previous occasions, in 2016 when I finished sixth in class in a Citroën DS3 R3T and last year when I drove a PEUGEOT 208 T16 to P11 in my category. However, with World Rally Cars not allowed in the ERC, this will be the first time I’ll be able to fight for the overall top spots on what is one of my favourite events.”

Przemysław Mazur will co-drive Pieniążek, who is registered for ERC Junior Under 28, the category for young stars in R5 cars.

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Gravel appeals for ERC Junior U27 frontrunners Sesks and Kristensson  

Thu, 09/20/2018 - 09:00

Mārtiņš Sesks has vowed to be more “calm” when the Pirelli-supported FIA ERC Junior Under 27 Championship resumes in Poland from tomorow.

Sesks has won the last two asphalt-based rounds of the series in his ADAC Opel Rallye Junior Team ADAM R2 to open up a commanding 59-point lead. With gravel the Latvian teen’s favoured surface, Sesks is in a strong position to win the prestigious title ahead of his home event, next month’s Rally Liepāja.

“I was born on the kind of roads we’ll have in Poland and Latvia but I need to be calm and not think about the championship situation,” said Sesks (pictured right). “The main goal for Poland is the same as it was for all other rallies this season: make it to the finish without big mistakes.”

While Sesks last rallied on gravel in May, his team-mate Tom Kristensson – currently second in the standings – won his class on the recent East Sweden Rally in his homeland. He’ll also be a contender for victory.

“Luckily my co-driver Henrik and I had the chance to compete in the last round of the Swedish championship, which was held on gravel, and clinch a class victory," said Kristensson (pictured left). "This gave us a perfect opportunity to renew our good feeling on gravel. Rally Poland looks extremely challenging, with fast, tricky gravel roads. I am sure it will be big fun to tackle them in our ADAM R2. As it doesn’t make sense to think about the championship, for us the only goal is to do the best possible job together with our ADAC Opel Rallye Team and enjoy another great event in the ERC Juniors."

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Munnings to act on Bouffier’s ERC Junior Experience advice

Thu, 09/20/2018 - 06:00

Catie Munnings will call on advice from FIA European Rally Championship event winner Bryan Bouffier ahead of her PZM Rally Poland debut.

Munnings, from Great Britain, suffered a hand injury in a hefty crash on the French championship Rallye Mont-Blanc earlier this month.

Bouffier held a driving tuition session as part of the ERC Junior Experience training scheme and then-student Munnings paid plenty of attention as she revealed.

“He told me to have a goldish memory and learn to immediately forget a crash or anything that upsets your concentration during a stage,” said Munnings, part of the Saintéloc Junior Team. “I’ve worked a bit on that stuff since then so I’m definitely going to be back in the zone at the start of Rally Poland.”

Germany’s Anne Katharina Stein will be back co-driving Munnings in Poland after a clashing commitment to Julian Wagner meant Alba Sánchez stepped in for Barum Czech Rally Zlín.

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Lukyanuk: flat-out approach key to ERC Poland success

Wed, 09/19/2018 - 21:00

FIA European Rally Championship ace Alexey Lukyanuk reckons the only way to be successful on PZM Rally Poland is to go “flat out”.

The Russian Performance Motorsport driver starts the penultimate round of the 2018 ERC season in touching distance of the coveted title.

Ahead of his first visit to the Mikołajki event, Lukyanuk has drawn similarities with the roads he’s experienced on Rally Estonia in the past.

“We know that Rally Poland is quite fast, sandy, like Estonia but more narrow and more tricky,” he said.

“The main challenge is the very high speed – you should be fully committed to your pacenotes and go flat out because when you ease off the throttle it doesn’t work here so it should be really fun to drive. We like such kinds of roads.”

Lukyanuk, who tested his Ford Fiesta R5 in Poland yesterday (Tuesday), has been on top form for the bulk of the ERC season with wins in Azores, Gran Canaria, Italy, plus second place on last month’s Barum Czech Rally Zlín alongside co-driver Alexey Arnautov.

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ERC Junior Mareš aims to prove talent on gravel too

Wed, 09/19/2018 - 18:00

One event on from his first outright stage victory in the FIA European Rally Championship, Filip Mareš will proving his talent again when he samples his ŠKODA Fabia R5 on gravel for the first time in Poland this week.

The ACCR Czech Rally Team driver is in his first season driving a top-level car having graduated from the Pirelli-backed ERC Junior Under 27 Championship.

Now a contender for FIA ERC Junior Under 28 Championship success after making his debut in the category last month, Mareš will be aiming for a strong showing on PZM Rally Poland alongside co-driver Jan Hloušek.

“I have to admit we are really excited as Poland will be our first gravel rally with an R5 car,” Mareš said. “Unfortunately, we did not manage to finish the Barum Rally due to the accident, but we set some really promising stage times and we believe we have shown our competitiveness on Tarmac.

“After that we are glad and very thankful to the ACCR Czech Rally Team, who trusts us and gives us the chance to face another big challenge in FIA ERC Junior Under 28, this time on gravel.

“For sure we expect a very demanding weekend with high-speed stages, which will be a completely new experience for us. So definitely our task is going to be learn, learn, learn and to show progress during the whole rally. If we will manage this, I am sure the result would be fine.”

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Driving joy comes first for ERC Junior Kasperczyk

Wed, 09/19/2018 - 15:00

Tomasz Kasperczyk will make his FIA ERC Junior Under 28 Championship return in his native Poland later this week intent on enjoying himself at the wheel of his Tiger Energy Rally Team Ford Fiesta R5.

Not in the hunt for ERC Junior U28 title success owing to his limited schedule and with a top-three finish in the Polish championship a tall order following recent woes, Kasperczyk is in search of “driving joy” on PZM Rally Poland.

“Although we still have the chance to finish the Polish Rally Championship on the podium, it will be very difficult,” Kasperczyk explained. “I lost some points due to car issues in previous rounds and my mistake in Rally Rzeszow. Therefore, on Rally Poland I want to focus on driving joy.

“Frankly, it is going to be my only second outing in this event and my first in a four-wheel-drive car. Of course we want to finish with a good result, but I am looking forward to drive on these fast, smooth and flowing stages, I must admit. All in all, 20 R5 cars sounds like a promise of great spectacle. I am glad we have a privilege to be a part of it.”

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Herczig ready for ERC action after “really good” test

Wed, 09/19/2018 - 12:00

Norbert Herczig will bid for the FIA European Rally Championship’s coveted runner-up spot on PZM Rally Poland from 21-23 September boosted by a “really good” test.

Herczig, whose MOL Racing Team ŠKODA Fabia R5 is run by Raimund Baumschlager’s BRR Rallye & Racing operation, is currently third in the title table.

Despite his limited sealed-surface experience, the four-time Hungarian champion is ready for the challenge ahead in Mikołajki.

“We had a really good gravel test and everyone within the team is happy and hopeful regarding Poland,” a spokesperson for MOL Racing Team said.

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Brož: I need more ERC Junior luck

Wed, 09/19/2018 - 09:00

Dominik Brož enters the penultimate event of the FIA ERC Junior Under 27 Championship in need of more luck following a frustrating home outing in the Pirelli-supported category.

Brož retired on the opening stage of Barum Czech Rally Zlín with a broken wheel then failed to leave first service on Saturday morning when the gearbox in his PEUGEOT 208 R2 failed.

Prior to his home rally, Brož had enjoyed a 100 per cent finishing rate. He’s hoping for a return to form in the Czech Republic federation-backed ACCR Czech Rally Team entry he shares with co-driver Petr Těšínský.

“Rally Poland will be new experience for all of us,” said Brož, part of the current ERC Junior Experience intake. “We were really sad of our home rally where we ended the race in the fifth corner because of a cracked wheel. So we hope we will have more luck in this competition. The race will be long and hard and we will try to have the best result for us and for our team.”

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Pending arrival keeps Åhlin out of ERC Poland action

Wed, 09/19/2018 - 06:00

Fredrik Åhlin will be a non-starter on PZM Rally Poland because co-driver Joakim Sjöberg and wife Marie are expecting the arrival of their second child.

The Swedes have been on strong form in their first season in the FIA ERC Junior Under 28 Championship with podiums in the Azores and Italy. And they would have been among the contenders for class success – and an outside shot at the title – on PZM Rally Poland this week, had it not been for their change of plan.

“We probably both hoped that the little one would be in a hurry to come out, but now it's not the decision is easy for me because I definitely want Joakim to sit in the right seat,” said Swedish National Team member Åhlin.

With no Rally Poland to contest, Åhlin is planning to head to Mantorp Park near Stockholm to watch his sister Mikaela Åhlin-Kottulinsky competing in the final rounds of the Scandinavian Touring Car Championship. The 25-year-old was recently confirmed as the first female winner in the series following a judicial process.

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From European champion to world champion for ERC Junior graduate Bergkvist

Tue, 09/18/2018 - 13:00

Emil Bergkvist, the ERC Junior champion of 2015, has added another significant title to his impressive haul, becoming World Junior champion with class victory in Turkey last weekend.

Bergkvist, from Sweden, graduated to world level after capturing the FIA European Rally Championship’s ERC Junior crown.

For this year, he entered the M-Sport Poland-run Junior world championship and took the top prize – a Ford Fiesta R5 plus a tyre package from Pirelli – following a consistently-strong campaign.

“This is unbelievable and I am so happy,” said Bergkvist, who won the ERC Junior title as part of the ADAC Opel Rallye Junior Team line-up. “Everything has been amazing and I want to thank everyone who made it possible. I have no words for this and I am just so excited. To think that this Ford Fiesta R5 is now mine is a little bit unreal and I think it will take some time to realise what has happened and what we have achieved.”

Meanwhile, the ERC Junior Under 27 and ERC Junior Under 28 titles both remain up for grabs with two events remaining, starting with this week’s PZM Rally Poland (21-23 September).

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ERC Junior Llarena wins at home, gets ready for “war”

Tue, 09/18/2018 - 12:00

Efrén Llarena delivered a class-winning performance on Rally Princesa de Asturias in his native Spain last weekend – then announced he’s “ready for war”.

The Rally Team Spain driver starts this week’s PZM Rally Poland still in contention for the Pirelli-supported FIA ERC Junior Under 27 Championship. However, he needs a big result in Mikołajki and for current leader Mārtiņš Sesks to come away with a big zero.

“It’s a very important event for us as it’s our last opportunity to be in the fight for the ERC Junior U27 Championship title,” said Llarena, whose RFEDA-supported PEUGEOT 208 R2 is co-driven by compatriot Sara Fernández. “I will try my very best to find a good set-up on the test and try to win this rally. We are ready for the war!”

For his class victory on the Oviedo-based Rally Princesa de Asturias, a round of the Spanish Tarmac championship, Llarena was armed with a PEUGEOT 308 N5 (pictured) built by RMC Motorsport and prepared by Mavisa Sport, which overseas his ERC campaign. Finishing seventh overall, Llarena and Fernández won class N5 and scored top points in the RMC N5 Cup for the second event running.

The RMC N5 Cup is a promotional championship organised by RMC from its base in León. Drivers use N5 cars built by the company. They are based on the Maxi Rally Car concept from Argentina and have been active on Spanish championship events since the end of 2015. Powered by 1.6-litre turbo engines, the four-wheel-drive cars deliver performance levels between R2 and R5.

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Rising star Marczyk brings ŠKODA Polska to the ERC

Tue, 09/18/2018 - 09:00

Miko Marczyk will continue his rapid rise in rallying by chasing FIA ERC Junior Under 28 points on his home round of the European championship, the PZM 75th Rally Poland, which begins with the first of 15 stages in host town Mikołajki on Friday evening (21 September).

In only his third season of rallying, the former amateur karter heads the ŠKODA Polska Motorsport attack as the firm returns to the sport following a seven-year break.

Despite his lack of experience, Marczyk won the Polish championship-counting Rally Elektrėnai in Lithuania earlier this month on what was his first proper gravel event. Now the university graduate is preparing for this FIA European Rally Championship debut in the Fabia R5 he shares with co-driver Szymon Gospodarczyk.

“This is a big pleasure for me to start in the European championship, but at the moment my gravel experience is small,” said the 22-year-old. “I was driving my first gravel event one week ago. Of course it was a big success for us but I still need to improve my driving on gravel.”

He continued: “It’s great to be in the same group as Nikolay Gryazin, Chris Ingram and Fabian Kreim. They are really fast and I keep my fingers crossed for their success. I don’t think I am a good competitor for them for now, but maybe next year it’s a different story. I will be happy if we drive a clean rally with good pace and be on the finish. It’s also necessary for me to score some points in Polish championship.''

Marczyk was a virtual unknown when he joined the Subaru Poland Rally Team for 2017, while ŠKODA Polska Motorsport’s decision to sign him for 2018 was firmly in keeping with its policy of supporting young drivers aiming to prove their talent. “After seven years ŠKODA came back to the Polish championship and decided to work with a young driver with promise they could develop,” Marczyk explained. “We’ve had a medium season with some good moments. Now I want to finish with some points and without problems. If things go as I hope, we will make a quite good score.”

ŠKODA Polska is not the only ŠKODA importer supporting drivers in the ERC: ŠKODA AUTO Deutschland is backing Fabian Kreim – who heads ERC Junior Under 28 – while ŠKODA Slovakia was behind Martin Koči’s ERC Junior U28 debut earlier this season.

“ERC Junior U28 is the category for young stars in R5 cars and Miko certainly ticks those boxes,” said ERC Co-ordinator Jean-Baptste Ley. “With the support of ŠKODA Polska, Miko is a real hope for the future. It would be great if this could be the first of a number of appearances in the ERC.”

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Pellier to use Cyprus knowledge for Poland ERC debut

Mon, 09/17/2018 - 18:00

Laurent Pellier will call on knowledge gained during his class-winning run on the Cyprus Rally when he makes his debut on PZM Rally Poland, which is turning 75 this week.

Pellier won ERC3 in Cyprus on a one-off outing in a Saintéloc Junior Team PEUGEOT 208 R2. Armed with the faster and more advanced 208 T16 for Poland, which forms part of his FIA ERC Junior Under 28 Championship campaign, Pellier is feeling confident as he prepares to face his latest challenge.

I like gravel and feel comfortable on this surface,” the PEUGEOT Rally Academy ace explained. “In 2017 I won three gravel rounds in the 208 Rally Cup and, this year, I won in Cyprus with the PEUGEOT 208 R2. In Mikołajki, with the 208 T16, I have to adapt to driving a four-wheel-drive car on gravel, something I have only done one before in the Azores. I want to get more experience in Poland and get the best result possible.”

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PZM 75. Rajd Polski / PZM 75th Rally Poland

PZM 75. Rajd Polski

Kalendarz 2018

22-24 marca:

Azores Airlines Rallye (Portugalia)

03-05 maja:

Rally Islas Canarias (Hiszpania)

01-03 czerwca:

Acropolis Rally (Grecja)

15-17 czerwca:

Cyprus Rally (Cypr)

20-22 lipca:

Rally di Roma Capitale (Włochy)

24-26 sierpnia:

Barum Czech Rally Zlín (Czechy)

21-23 września:

Rajd Polski

12-14 października:

Rally Liepaja (Łotwa)