29 – 2 July 2017
3. Hayden & John / 4. Thierry & Nicolas / Dani & Marc (Retirement)
Rally Poland, or Rajd Polski as its known locally, was first run in 1921, making it one of the oldest events on the FIA WRC calendar, second only to Rallye Monte-Carlo. It featured in the first WRC season in 1973, when out of 68 entrants, only three classified finishers managed to complete a gruelling 3.900km long course. It would be 36 years until it made another appearance on the WRC schedule in 2009 as a tarmac event. Upon its reintroduction to the WRC programme in 2014, the rally reverted back to its original gravel format.
Have you ever wondered where are the best locations to watch live WRC action on site? Wanted to know where you can rest, refuel and relax in between the action-packed stages? Perhaps you just want to find out where you can get the most impressive photos for your Instagram feed? We have all the answers you need in our special feature, written for you by experienced photographic agency McKlein.
McKlein Rally Tips will be published well in advance of each rally, offering a unique, first-hand look at each round of the WRC. From special areas to go, places to eat and drink, and where to stay, this latest feature will be your essential guide to the WRC weekend.
To ensure that you don’t miss out on the latest information, McKlein Rally Tips will be updated after rally recce.
Since 1997, McKlein Photography has built up an enviable reputation for high quality, original photography that shows the diversity and global impact of rally sport, as well as the dynamic skills of the world’s greatest drivers.
Their story goes back even further than that. McKlein’s senior partner, Reinhard Klein, began photographing world rallies in the 1970s, while his business partner Colin McMaster (the ‘Mc’ in McKlein) experienced the world of Formula 1 before venturing into WRC.
Beyond their huge archive of photography, they have a wealth of experience and knowledge of the events that comprise today’s WRC schedule. Now you can join them on a journey through world rally’s eclectic mix of stages.
Hayden Paddon / John Kennard (P3)
Thierry Neuville / Nicolas Gilsoul (P4)
Dani Sordo / Marc Martí (Retirement)
Hayden Paddon / John Kennard (P4)
Thierry Neuville / Nicolas Gilsoul (P6)
Dani Sordo / Marc Martí (P10)
Thierry Neuville / Nicolas Gilsoul (P3)
Juho Hänninen / Tomi Tuominen (P6)
Hayden Paddon / John Kennard (P8)