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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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Excitement builds as ERC Junior line-up takes shape

Sat, 01/26/2019 - 12:00

The excitement continues to build ahead of the 2019 FIA European Rally Championship with five hugely promising talents announced and the prospect of more to follow ahead of the season getting underway in the spring.

Mattias Adielsson and Alex Tsouloftas (pictured) have confirmed their participation in ERC1 Junior – the category for young stars in R5 cars, while Sindre Furuseth, Efrén Llarena and Catie Munnings will be aiming to prove their talent in ERC3 Junior, which caters for Pirelli-equipped R2 cars.

ERC Junior drivers count their best four scores from six events (three on asphalt and three on gravel) with prize drives in R5 cars on offer to both champions.

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ERC Abarth Rally Cup calendar refresher

Fri, 01/25/2019 - 06:00

The Abarth Rally Cup, which forms part of the FIA European Rally Championship in 2019 subject to FIA World Motor Sport Council validation, will be contested over six rounds with two events on gravel and four on asphalt.

Rally Islas Canarias is up first for the Abarth 124 rally-based category, with Rally Hungary marking the closing round. The full calendar is as follows:

Round 1: Rally Islas Canarias, 2-4 May (asphalt)
Round 2: Rally Liepāja (Latvia), 24-26 May (gravel)
Round 3: Rally Poland, 28-30 June (gravel)
Round 4: Rally di Roma Capitale (Italy), 19-21 July (asphalt)
Round 5: Barum Czech Rally Zlín, 16-18 August (asphalt)
Round 6: Rally Hungary, 8-10 November (asphalt)

On each round the following prize fund will be offered:

First position: €12,000
Second position: €10,000
Third position: €8,000
Fourth position: €4,000

At the end of the season the Abarth Rally Cup winner will receive a final prize of €30,000

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Yates to bring ERC Junior experience to the world stage

Thu, 01/24/2019 - 12:00

Rhys Yates will use experience gained from his four-event FIA European Rally Championship programme for a major campaign in the sport’s top tier in 2019.

Yates, a podium finisher in ERC Junior in 2018, will contest the world championship’s second division this season, starting with Rallye Monte-Carlo from 24-27 January.

“There is no question that this will be toughest season of my career but, as a driver, I feel I am ready to prove that I have what it takes to compete at this level,” said the Briton, who tackled the ERC rounds in Azores, Italy, Czech Republic and Latvia last season.

Yates is among a number of drivers with ERC event experience on the Rallye Monte-Carlo entry list. Others include:

Yoann Bonato
Olivier Burri
Guillaume de Mevius
Elfyn Evans
Gus Greensmith
Takamoto Katsuta
Esapekka Lappi
Jari-Matti Latvala
Sébastien Loeb
Kris Meeke
Andreas Mikkelsen
Grégoire Munster
Thierry Neuville
Jean-Michel Raoux
Kalle Rovanperä
Stéphane Sarrazin
Teemu Suninen
Ott Tänak
Pontus Tidemand
Ole Christian Veiby
Manuel Villa

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Organisers planning “several innovations” for ERC Azores Rallye

Wed, 01/23/2019 - 16:00

Organisers of the Azores Rallye, the planned opening round of the 2019 FIA European Rally Championship*, have announced the introduction of “several innovations” on the route of the gravel showcase.

Based on the island of São Miguel in the mid-Atlantic from 21-23 March, the Azores Rallye is ranked as one of the most spectacular on the planet.

This year’s event will again feature a Monday test, two days of reconnaissance, the ever-popular City Show in host city Ponta Delgada on Wednesday 20 March, albeit with a tweaked layout, plus three days of competition from Thursday 21 March.

A statement from the event organising team read: “The 2019 Azores Rallye keeps the usual three-day format, but with several innovations in terms of special stages that will be known later.”

Entries open on Monday 11 February and close on Friday 1 March. The event programme is available by clicking here.

*Subject to signing of event promoter agreement

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Furuseth aims for first in ERC Junior

Wed, 01/23/2019 - 09:00

Sindre Furuseth might have changed tactic for the season ahead but his target remains unchanged: to win the FIA European Rally Championship’s ERC3 Junior category.

Norwegian Furuseth, 25, impressed on a handful of outings in a privateer Opel ADAM R2 in 2018. For 2019, he’s signed with the Saintéloc Junior Team, when he hopes to capitalise on the squad’s expertise and access to more engineering support.

“We have done the best out of the situation as a private team but with a bigger team there will be more people, more engineers so hopefully things will be better,” said Furuseth. “But in saying that I would like to thank Thomas Myhre Hansen, my chief mechanic of six years. He’s been taking care of my cars for all that time. It will be a different story now but I would like to thank him for everything he has done for me.”

Of his ambition to win the Pirelli-supported ERC3 Junior title in a Saintéloc PEUGEOT 208 R2, Furuseth said: “We don’t have experience of all events but on the rallies we have experience, we will definitely fight for the win. We will have to learn fast in the tests on the other rallies and prepare very good to keep up on the rallies I don’t know, like Azores and Canarias. In the end my only goal is to win the championship.”

Furuseth, from Eidsvoll near the Norwegian capital Oslo, will continue his partnership with Swedish co-driver Jim Hjerpe, which began during his British championship campaign in 2016. But while Furuseth’s co-driver is tried and tested, the 2006 Norwegian karting champion’s knowledge of his Saintéloc PEUGEOT 208 R2 is limited to a pre-Christmas test on a Tarmac stage in France.

As well as bidding to win a coveted FIA title, by registering for ERC3 Junior, Furuseth will also be in contention to land the planned prize drive on two rounds of the 2020 ERC in a Motorsport Italia ŠKODA Fabia R5. “The prize drive is definitely the goal because we want to win the championship, but I am 25 and we also want to make the step to R5 as soon as possible,” Furuseth said. “And an R5 campaign in the European championship is a more realistic step for me with the budget I have and my experience.”

Jean-Baptiste Ley, the ERC Co-ordinator, said: “Sindre’s speed really made us sit up and take notice on the events he contested. Had he not been hit by a succession of mechanical problems, I am sure he could have been on the podium on a few occasions. His move to Saintéloc for 2019 can only help his progress and give him the tools he needs to challenge for the ERC3 Junior title.”

Vincent Ducher, Saintéloc Racing Rally Manager, said: “I’m grateful that Sindre and Jim have joined us in the Saintéloc Junior Team.  I was really impressed by his speed last year in ERC Junior and we have already planned some testing and training to be ready for the first round of the championship.”

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Habaj high: ERC Pole on Latvian podium

Tue, 01/22/2019 - 06:00

Łukasz Habaj has got his 2019 season off to a flying start with a podium finish on the Latvian championship-counting Rally Alūksne.

The former Polish champion and FIA European Rally Championship regular finished third on the winter event last weekend in a Sports Racing Technologies ŠKODA Fabia R5. Co-driven by fellow Pole Daniel Dymurski, Habaj set top-three times on nine of the 10 stages.

And there was more success by drivers with ERC event experience: Oliver Solberg claimed a fine outright victory in an SRT Volkswagen Polo GTI R5, Tomasz Kasperczyk finished fifth in his Tiger Energy Drink Rally Team Ford Fiesta R5, while ERC Junior Under 27 champion Mārtiņš Sesks won the LRC3 division in P11 overall, the Latvian teen’s first event with new co-driver Krišjanis Caune.

Photos:Kalendars Rallijs Latvija

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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)