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WRC Rally Estonia 2023

WRC Rally Estonia 2023 will be run as the eight rally of the 2023 WRC season on 20-23 July on the roads of Tartu, Otepää, Elva, Kanepi, Kambja, Peipsiääre and Mustvee rural municipalities.

The 2023 edition of Rally Estonia will take place on four days with the Ceremonial Start and SSS1 taking place on Thursday evening and Finish Podium on Sunday afternoon.

The basic locations will be the same as in 2022. The Rally HQ will be located in the Estonian National Museum and the Service Park next to it on Raadi airfield. The Start and Finish Podium will be located in the centre of Tartu, at the Town Hall square. 

The rally will comprise of 21 Special Stages with the SS distance of ca 300 km. The overall distance including the road sections will be close to 1400 km. The short Tartu Special Stage will be run again near the Service Park at Raadi on Thursday and Saturday evening. The Power Stage will be Kanepi stage, followed by the Power Stage podium at Leigo. 

The best crews will be awarded on the podium at the Tartu Town Hall square on Sunday. 


20 March Publication of Rally Guide 1
5 May Publication of Supplementary Regulations. Opening date for entries
20 June Closing date for entries. Road Book and Route Map available.  Closing date for Service Park facilities orders
22 June Publication of Rally Guide 2
26 June Publication of Entry List
14 July Service Park opens for Manufacturer teams
17 July Registration for reconnaissance and administrative checks. Service Park opens for all competitors
18 July Reconnaissance Day 1
19 July Reconnaissance Day 2. Scrutineering
20 July Shakedown. Rally Start. SS1
23 July Rally Finish