Round 11

Rally Chile

26 - 29 September

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In 2023, Rally Chile made its return to the WRC calendar for the first time since the COVID-19 pandemic. First held in 2018 and then becoming inaugurated as an official WRC rally the following year, Rally Chile’s unpredictable conditions and steep cliff edges are sure to provide excitement once again. Based in Concepción, one of the country’s biggest metropolitan areas, the woodland scenery and views of the Pacific Ocean away from the city centre creates an idyllic, 16-stage event. Following the Acropolis Rally in a substantially cooler environment, Rally Chile is set to provide an exciting spectacle for rally fans.

2023 Summary
The final gravel event of the season was intense, with the 16 stages providing plenty of drama. Thierry and Martijn brought home a second place finish but hopes of another double podium for our team were dashed in the penultimate stage when Teemu and Mikko retired.


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Rallye Monte-Carlo 25 - 28 January
Rally Sweden 15 - 18 February
Safari Rally Kenya 28 - 31 March
Rally Croatia 18 - 21 April
Rally de Portugal 09 - 12 May
Rally Italia Sardegna 30 May - 02 June
Rally Poland 27 - 30 June
Rally Latvia 18 - 21 July
Rally Finland 01 - 04 August
Acropolis Rally Greece 05 - 08 September
Rally Chile 26 - 29 September
Central Europe Rally 17 - 20 October
Rally Japan 21 - 24 November

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