Centred around a ceremony park in Torsby airport, this year old 67th edition features a path that’s all but identical to 2018, including 1-9 stages and 316.80 competitive campuses.
The activity begins with big power slides on Thursday night and first of two moves of Karlstad’s 1.90kilometers super special stage — which is replicated on Saturday day.
Friday’s activity is equivalent to annually ’s using 137.41kilometers of stages, predominantly in Norway.
A loop of several stages is conducted twice. Hof-Finnskog (21.26km) and also Svullrya (24.88km) are both run on Norwegian roads while Röjden (18.10km) is a really international challenge — finishing and starting in Sweden with the centre section on the other side of the border.
The maximum day of this event wraps up with the 8.93kilometers Torsby – the sole point on Saturday that runs entirely on Sweden.
The only significant change to this rally course comes on Saturday with the yield of this 23.13kilometers Rämmen test — last used in 20-16.
The point is made up of roads used during its look but will likely be driven in the opposite direction.
The leg also contains two moves of Hagfors (23.40km) and your afternoon’s highlight Vargåsen, respectively [14.21km] which comprises the famous Colin’s Crest, called in memory of the late Colin McRae. A duplicate of this Karlstad platform and the 2.80kilometers Torsby sprint close the activity.
Three stages make up Sunday’s final day, with two runs of their 21.19kilometers Likenäs kicking things off.
A replica of Friday’s Torsby point, which finishes only beyond the service park, which ends the rally whilst the bonus-point scoring Live television Wolf Power Stage.
The podium ceremony will take place evening.
Meet with the drivers, catch autographs along with selfies and see mega-slides at the point that is exclusive that is two-at-a-time.
Cars and setting – and also the WRC’s celebrities visit on Saturday.
- Saturday night in Torsby is going to be magical. See the last area of the 3.43km sprint stage before strolling into the park to see the teams at work in their cars.
- Sunday at Torsby is just as great. The Electricity Stage ends on the very same roads as Saturday night’s test until the podium minutes. You may have to run to capture both!
- Gorgeous classic automobiles from the past will probably compete in Rally Sweden Historic on Friday and Saturday in conjunction with this WRC rally.