Service Park

Portugal, Matosinhos (soon)

Stages

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Surface

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Results

 
2018
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Rally de Portugal

First run in 1967, Rally de Portugal was a regular feature on the WRC calendar from its inaugural season in 1973 until 2002, as a mixed surface event. Following its permanent return to the championship in 2009 however, the event switched to an all-gravel test. Having previously been held all over the country, in locations such as the Algarve and Baixo Alentejo, 2015 saw the rally make a return to its spiritual home in the North, where the majority of its earlier editions had been run.

Essentials

  • Rally de Portugal attracts the highest number of spectators for any European rally, with fans often packing out the spectator areas and travelling deep into the forest
  • Over the years the rally has earned an esteemed reputation, being named ‘Best Rally in the World’ on five separate occasions.
  • For our team, it holds special memories as the scene of our first ever stage wins back in 2014, and our first time leading a WRC event.

Impressions

Results

2017

Thierry Neuville / Nicolas Gilsoul (P2)

Dani Sordo / Marc Martí (P3)

Hayden Paddon / Seb Marshall (Retirement)

2016

Dani Sordo / Marc Martí (P4)

Thierry Neuville / Nicolas Gilsoul (P29)

Hayden Paddon / John Kennard (Retirement)

Kevin Abbring / Seb Marshall (Retirement)

2015

Dani Sordo / Marc Martí (P6)

Hayden Paddon / John Kennard (P8)

Thierry Neuville / Nicolas Gilsoul (P39)

2014

Thierry Neuville / Nicolas Gilsoul (P7)

Juho Hänninen / Tomi Tuominen (P8)

Review

https://motorsport.hyundai.com/yearbook-rally-poland/

Latest Release

20 May 2017
Double podium in sight

Day 2: Two crews inside the Rally Portugal top-three!

Getting there

  • Francisco Sá Carneiro Airport (OPO) – 9km
  • Lisbon Humberto Delgado Airport (LIS) – 314km
  • Porto-Campanhã – 14km
  • Porto (Rua de Alexandre Herculano 366) – 13km
Avenida Doutor António Macedo, Leça da Palmeira (Portugal), 41°11’54.1”N 8°41’30.5”W

Calendar 2018

  • 1
    Rallye Monte-Carlo
    24 – 28 January 2018
  • 2
    Rally Sweden
    15 – 18 February 2018
  • 3
    Rally México
    08 – 11 March 2018
  • 4
    Tour de Corse
    05 – 08 April 2018
  • 5
    Rally Argentina
    26 – 29 April 2018
  • 6
    Rally de Portugal
    17 – 20 May 2018
  • 7
    Rally Italia Sardegna
    07 – 10 June 2018
  • 8
    Rally Finland
    26 – 29 July 2018
  • 9
    Rallye Deutschland
    16 – 19 August 2018
  • 10
    Rally Turkey
    13 – 16 September 2018
  • 11
    Wales Rally GB
    04 – 07 October 2018
  • 12
    Rally de España
    25 – 28 October 2018
  • 13
    Rally Australia
    15 – 18 November 2018