The World’s simplied class structured cars for Rally Championships

About WRC

The FIA World Rally Championship (WRC) pits drivers, co-drivers and hybrid-powered production-based cars against some of the most brutally tough and unforgiving terrain on the planet.

How a rally works

Each rally features a number (typically between 15 and 25) of timed sections – known as special stages – on closed roads.

Drivers battle one at a time to complete these stages as quickly as possible, with timing taken to 1/10th second. A co-driver reads detailed pace notes that explain the hazards ahead.

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