FIA World Rally Championship decisions and calendar 2019

06.12.2018: The 2019 FIA World Rally Championship calendar is confirmed as follows: 27 January Rally Monte Carlo 17 February Rally Sweden 10 March Rally Mexico 31 March Rally France 28 April Rally Argentina

The 2019 FIA World Rally Championship calendar is confirmed as follows:




27 January  Rally Monte Carlo

17 February  Rally Sweden

10 March  Rally Mexico

31 March  Rally France

28 April  Rally Argentina

12 May  Rally Chile

2 June   Rally Portugal

16 June  Rally Italy

4 August  Rally Finland

25 August  Rally Germany

15 September  Rally Turkey

6 October  Rally Great Britain

27 October  Rally Spain

17 November  Rally Australia




Competitors in the newly-created FIA WRC 2 Pro Championship are permitted to enter two R5 cars per team and must participate in a minimum of seven rounds with one car – including one event outside Europe. For the Drivers’ and Co-drivers’ Championships, the eight best scores will count towards the titles, while the highest placed car(s) in each team will score points in the FIA WRC 2 Pro Championship for Manufacturers. Competitors will have P2P status, be permitted one day of testing per event per driver, and will start in Championship order after the P1 drivers on the first day of competition. On days two and three, crews will start after the P1 group, in classification order.




The FIA WRC 2 Championship, now solely for drivers and co-drivers, will have no minimum number of events, although the first six scores from seven entered rounds will count towards the titles. Competitors will be permitted one day of pre-event testing and will start in Championship order after the P2P group, and on days two and three after the P2P group in classification order. No WRC 2 registration fee will be requested from competitors who hold a licence from the ASN of the organising country for the first event in which they participate.




An additional 10 minutes will be added to the current 30-minute midday service to give organisers the opportunity to implement promotional activities with any of the drivers.



For the purposes of cost saving, Rally Argentina and Rally Chile, and Rally Portugal and Rally Italy will be paired to enable the manufacturer teams to participate with the same chassis, engines and spare parts.

 





-FIA -  Wednesday 5 December 2018, Saint Petersburg, Russia

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