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WRC Rally Sweden 2020 - FIA inspection confirms rally goes ahead
Posted by WRC - 06/02/20 10:04AM - 0 Comments - WRC - 1/52/53/54/55/5

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Next week’s Rally Sweden (13 – 16 February), the second round of the FIA World Rally Championship, will go ahead following a positive inspection of the event route by the FIA on Tuesday.

Following unseasonably warm weather in the Värmland region of Sweden and across the border in Norway, FIA sporting delegate Timo Rautiainen inspected the special stages to check the conditions for the WRC’s only pure winter round.

His report was discussed by Rally Sweden organisers, the FIA, WRC Promoter and manufacturer teams this evening (Tuesday) and a route proposal has been agreed.

The rally will include competitive action on all four days as originally scheduled, with a modified itinerary to be finalised by organisers. The new timetable will feature about 180km of spectacular speed tests and full championship points will be awarded.

The rally will open on Thursday night with the traditional start ceremony and head-to-head special stage at the fan-favourite Karlstad trotting track.

Friday will feature a morning pass over Norway’s Hof-Finnskog and Finnskogen stages and the Nyckelvattnet test across the border in Sweden. The day will be completed by the Torsby Sprint stage, which finishes at the entrance to the popular event service park.

Saturday will follow an identical route and two passes over the Likenas stage will complete the event on Sunday. The second run through Likenas will form the live TV Wolf Power Stage.

“It’s fantastic to be able to confirm Rally Sweden will go ahead,” said event CEO Glenn Olsson.



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WRC Standings (After Round 2/13)
1. UK E. Evans 42
2. Belgium T. Neuville 42
3. France S. Ogier 37
4. Finland K. Rovanpera 30
5. Finland E. Lappi 24
6. Estonia O. Tanak 20
ERC Standings (After Round 6/8)
1. UK C. Ingram 108
2. Russia A. Lukyanuk 107
3. Poland L. Habaj 98
4. Latvia F. Mares 75
5. Portugal O. Solberg 39
6. Czech J. Kopecky 39
 
       
       
       
       
       
       

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