The first event in a South American double-header, Argentina also marks the start of five consecutive gravel rallies. Combining soft roads in the Santa Rosa de Calamuchita Valley with rockier, narrower routes in the Traslasierra Mountains, it is a comprehensive challenge.
First run in 1980 in the guise of Rally Codasur, Rally Argentina found its home in Cordoba just a few years later, in 1984. Over the years, the event has offered some of the closest finishes in WRC history, including our own 2017 victory, taken by a margin of just 0,7-seconds! It is easy to understand why it has become one of the most popular events on the calendar with upwards of one million spectators lining the stages, including the iconic finale at El Condor.
|Rallye Monte-Carlo||24 - 27 January|
|Rally Sweden||14 - 17 February|
|Rally México||07 - 10 March|
|Tour de Corse||28 - 31 March|
|Rally Argentina||25 - 28 April|
|Rally Chile||09 - 12 May|
|Rally de Portugal||30 May - 02 June|
|Rally Italia Sardegna||13 - 16 June|
|Rally Finland||01 - 04 August|
|Rallye Deutschland||22 - 25 August|
|Rally Turkey||12 - 15 September|
|Wales Rally GB||03 - 06 October|
|Rally de España||24 - 27 October|
|Rally Australia||14 - 17 November|