Monte-Carlo ’18

24 – 28 January 2018


Gap & Monaco


Time Zone

UTC +1











2017 Results

4. Dani & Marc / 15. Thierry & Nicolas / Hayden & John (Retirement)



Monte-Carlo ’18

Rallye Monte-Carlo is the oldest rally on the WRC calendar, having been first organised in 1911 as a means of attracting tourists to Monaco and its surroundings. In its original format, drivers would set off from locations all over Europe, with the eventual destination of Monte-Carlo. However, it wasn’t just the car’s speed put to the test; the final result would also reward the car’s overall appearance at the end of the event. Monte-Carlo was the first event held in the inaugural FIA World Rally Championship in 1973 and has continued to serve as the season-opener in every single year of its inclusion in the calendar.


43 Days
8 Hours
21 Minutes
6 Seconds
First car out for shakedown (UTC)



Leg One: THU 25 Jan
Leg Two: FRI 26 Jan
Leg Three: SAT 27 Jan
Leg Four: SUN 28 Jan

Getting there

  • Aeroport Nice Cote d’Azur (NCE) – 30km (Service Park MC)
  • Aeroport Cannes-Mandelieu (CEQ) – 58km (Service Park MC)
  • Aéroport Lyon Saint Exupéry (LYS) – 212km (Service Park Gap)
  • Aéroport Grenoble Isère (GNB) – 160km (Service Park Gap)
  • Gare de Monaco-Monte-Carlo – 1km (Service Park MC)
  • Aeroport Nice Cote d’Azur Terminal 2 – 26km (Service Park MC)
  • Service Park MC, 36 Route de la Piscine, 98000 Monte-Carlo (Monaco), 43°44′4,663″N 7°25′20,431″O
  • Service Park Gap, Avenue de Traunstein, 05000 Gap (France), 44°32′27,369″N 6°3′42,369″O
Distances to Service Park