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19 stages waiting for competitors and fans

(08/02/2024) There are over four months left until the start of the ORLEN 80th Rally Poland, but numerous inquiries from competitors, teams and fans from Poland, many European countries and even from other continents allow us to assume that in the last week of June, Mikołajki will become the capital of rallying not only in our country.

Fans usually ask about the itinerary and maps of the rally, which, in accordance with the FIA Sporting Regulations, will be made available to competitors on April 27, two months before the start of Polish WRC round. The rally website will also feature detailed maps showing the location of the fan zones and how to get to them. However, we are now opening the veil of secrecy to make it easier for rally fans to plan their trip to support the best drivers in the world.

The rally will start on Thursday, June 27, when the competitors will follow a shakedown test. In the afternoon, there will be a ceremonial start in the capital of Masuria and the first special stage on Mikołajki Arena track.

On Friday, June 28, the battle will be held on 6 special stages (two loops of three stages each), and the finish line of the first leg is to be placed after the seventh test of the day, on the track in Mikołajki.

On Saturday, June 29, 7 stages are waiting for the competitors, but this time the third meeting at the Mikołajki Arena will take place after the first three tests of the first loop.

Sunday, June 30 will allow you to cheer during the next four stages, the last of which is Power Stage. The fight for victory in the rally will take place on 19 stages with a length of over 300 kilometers.

The finish ceremony will traditionally be located in Mikołajki, as will the service park and rally offices.

The rally maps (links below) show the areas where the special stages will be located.

MAP 1: June 27 – 28

MAP 2: June 29

MAP 3: June 30





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