Indulge your passion for high-speed rally thrills on the World Rally Championship circuit. Then take time to enjoy the host country's unique cultural sights, sounds and culinary delights.
Rally of Ireland 2009, Ireland
Witness rally cars hitting speeds of up to 200km/ph on the bumpy and narrow but fast tarmac-paved roads that twist and turn through the stunning Irish countryside in the opening rally of the 2009 FIA World Rally Championship. Read more....
Wales Rally GB, Wales
Known for much of its history as the RAC Rally, the renamed Wales Rally GB is one of the oldest rallies in the world and the largest run in the United Kingdom. Starting in 1933, the rally originally roamed scenic spots throughout the United Kingdom from the Lake District to Scotland. Today, the rally is centred around the city of Cardiff in Wales and has evolved into a spectator-friendly cloverleaf format rally with a 'super special stage' held in Cardiff's 74,000 - seat Millennium Stadium, the home of Welsh Rugby Union. Read more....
Acropolis Rally of Greece, Athens, Greece
The mix of narrow, twisting, boulder-filled mountain tracks, suffocating heat and physically challenging cockpit conditions makes the Acropolis Rally of Greece the toughest on the FIA World Rally Championship calendar. Read more....
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