WRC A FULL 2018
FIA World Rally Championship
From 2018, private teams or individual drivers will be permitted to enter 2017 specification World Rally Cars on WRC events, without the obligation to be entered by a manufacturer. Such entries will remain subject to the approval of the FIA Rally Department, and specific restrictions on testing will apply.
The FIA confirms DMACK, Michelin and Pirelli as the nominated tyre suppliers for the 2018 FIA World Rally Championship.
The FIA WRC 2 Championship will continue to be contested over seven events, with the best six scores counting towards the title. However there will no longer be mandatory rallies.
From next season, drivers entered with R5 cars who are not registered in the FIA WRC 2 Championship, or who have not been entered by a registered WRC 2 Team during the year, may use any tyre brand, including those not nominated by the FIA for the WRC. This will ensure more local drivers have the possibility to compete in WRC events.
There will be no WRC Trophy title from 2018, although 2016 World Rally Cars remain eligible in the Championship.
The calendar for the 2018 FIA World Rally Championship is:
|26‐28 January||Monaco||Rally of Monte Carlo|
|16‐18 February||Sweden||Rally of Sweden|
|09‐11 March||Mexico||Rally of Mexico|
|06‐08 April||France||Rally of France‐Tour de Corse|
|27‐29 April||Argentina||Rally of Argentina|
|18‐20 May||Portugal||Rally of Portugal|
|08‐10 June||Italy||Rally of Italy|
|27‐29 July||Finland||Rally of Finland|
|17‐19 August||Germany||Rally of Germany|
|14‐16 September||Turkey||Rally of Turkey|
|05‐07 October||Great Britain||Rally of Great‐Britain|
|26‐28 October||Spain||Rally of Spain|
|16‐18 November||Australia||Rally of Australia|
Media WRC 2018
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RRM WRC ARGENTINA MAGAZINE
Rally Report Magazine Argentina
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7 Dic 2017