Round 7

Rally Estonia


15 - 18 July

Service Park

Raadi, Tartu (UTC+3)

Stages

24SS (319,38km)

Surface

Gravel

After its debut running last year, the ferocious Rally Estonia remains on the WRC calendar in 2021. One of the fastest events of the season, the rally is centred around the town of Otepää in south Estonia – which means ‘Ott’s head’ in the local dialect – and consists of high-speed gravel stages that leave no margin for error. Narrow forest roads offer a technical challenge, while crests and jumps provide spectacular action for the fans. The most popular motorsport event in the Baltics, it is set to once again be a thrilling event for both the crews and the spectators.

2020 Summary

The first rally back after a six-month hiatus, Rally Estonia was a home event for Ott and Martin, and it played to their advantage as they claimed their first win with Hyundai. A spectacular performance from Craig and Paul saw them take second place and secure a 1-2 finish for the team.

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Rallye Monte-Carlo 21 - 24 January
Arctic Rally Finland 26 - 28 February
WRC Rally Croatia 22 - 25 April
Rally de Portugal 20 - 23 May
Rally Italia Sardegna 03 - 06 June
Safari Rally Kenya 24 - 27 June
Rally Estonia 15 - 18 July
Ypres Rally Belgium 13 - 15 August
Acropolis Rally Greece 09 - 12 September
Rally Finland 30 September - 03 October
Rally de España 14 - 17 October
ACI Rally Monza 19 - 21 November

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