This year’s anniversary course along with the major support base remains in the heart of León, a city in Mexico.

The rally begins with a ceremonial start from the historical city of Guanajuato on Thursday evening, until crews launching their cars into the stunning opening GTO Street Stage (1.14km) that winds throughout the city’s narrow roads and also dives underground into prior silver mining tunnels.

When crews set off to its high-altitude dirt roads east of León the rally starts on Friday.

Friday features 114.19kilometers of competition split over eight stages. Much of the length originates out of a loop of 2 tests driven double: the 31.57kilometers El Chocolate and Ortega (17.28km).

Your afternoon also has one move across the 10.72kilometers Las Minas, a 1.1km street stage in León and also two runs across the city’s racing circuit (2.33km).

Friday (8 March) – WRC+ Live-stream from 0900hrs — 2015hrs Neighborhood rally time (UTC-6)

Saturday is the longest afternoon and features 138.37kilometers of contest across nine stages.

The leg starts with a listing of several stages; Guanajuatito (25.90km), Otates (the rally’s longest stage in 32.27 kilometres) and the 8.13kilometers El Brinco.

All these are repeated after a service and before a pass though the León Street period and also two blasts across the race circuit.

Saturday (9 March) – WRC+ Live-stream out of 0715hrs — 2045hrs Neighborhood rally time (UTC-6)

Sunday’s leg is made up of three phases totaled 60.17km. It begins with all the 24.38kilometers Alfaro speed evaluation before a brand new challenge, Mesa Cuata (25.07km), that features the opening 50% of El Chocolate, before turning south towards Guanajuato.

A second pass through Friday’s 10.72kilometers Las Minas ends the rally since the bonus-point scoring Live TV Wolf Power Stage.

Top

  • Thursday day in Guanajuato is unmissable. Along with, sights and sounds of the opening ceremony outside the Alhóndiga p Granaditas museum is an experience and the stage through mining tunnels that are prior is unique.
  • The Autódromo p León examine at the city’s motor racing circuit is one of this year’s best super specials. It includes a jump and water splash, and blends asphalt and dirt. Held on Saturday and Friday evenings.
  • El Brinco’s new jump, that will be handled double on Saturday. It’s going to be a cracker!
  • Sunshine! Subsequent to winter weather in Sweden and also montecarlo, the determined is happy to shoot in a few rays.

Head into WRC+ to see All Live out of Rally Guanajuato Mexico including every stage broadcast live, dividing service park news and expert studio analysis.

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