Round 10

Acropolis Rally Greece


08 - 11 September

Service Park

Lamia (EEST = UTC/GMT+3)

Stages

16SS (303,30km)

Surface

Gravel

After an eight year hiatus, Acropolis Rally returned to the WRC calendar in 2021. A highly demanding gravel road event, the rally pushes the crews both physically and mentally, presenting them with dusty, rocky and rough mountain roads and potentially scorching temperatures. First run as an event in 1951, the Acropolis Rally made its WRC debut in 1973 and has been contested as part of the championship on 38 occasions. Nicknamed ‘The Rally of the Gods’, the event will fittingly start beneath the historical location of the Parthenon temple in Athens, the nation’s capital. Acropolis Rally Greece contains all the ingredients for spectacular rallying, causing it to become a cult favourite amongst spectators over the past 40 years.

2021 Summary 
Ott and Martin secured their third podium finish of the year at Acropolis Rally, taking second place at the highly challenging event. It was also our 12th top-three finish of our 2021 campaign.

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Rallye Monte-Carlo 20 - 23 January
Rally Sweden 24 - 27 February
WRC Rally Croatia 21 - 24 April
Rally de Portugal 19 - 22 May
Rally Italia Sardegna 02 - 05 June
Safari Rally Kenya 23 - 26 June
Rally Estonia 14 - 17 July
Rally Finland 04 - 07 August
Ypres Rally Belgium 18 - 21 August
Acropolis Rally Greece 08 - 11 September
Rally New Zealand 29 September - 02 October
Rally de España 20 - 23 October
Rally Japan 10 - 13 November

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