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FIA European Rally Championship

Created in 1953, the FIA European Rally Championship (ERC) offers the ultimate training ground for Europe’s young talents aiming for the top. Providing a clear path of progression from national level to the world stage, the oldest international rally series in existence is also open to all-comers, meaning age is no barrier to entry.

In 2019 Great Britain’s Chris Ingram and Ross Whittock in a Škoda Fabia R5 became the latest in a long line of illustrious winners of the FIA ERC, following a dramatic final-stage showdown with 2018 champions Alexey Lukyanuk and Alexey Arnautov on the closing event, Rally Hungary. 25-year-old Ingram bounced back from ERC1 Junior title disappointment in August to become the first Briton since Vic Elford in 1967 to claim the coveted regional crown, despite not winning a round outright, but using instead a skilled combination of speed and consistency.

彩店宝彩票开户This year the series launched with an eight-event schedule including the same eight rallies that formed the 2019 calendar: four rounds on asphalt and four on gravel - three on each surface for ERC Junior competitors - across Europe.

彩店宝彩票开户The following ERC titles are awarded:

  • FIA European Rally Championship for Drivers and Co-Drivers
  • FIA European Rally Championship for Teams
  • FIA ERC 1 Junior Championship for Drivers born on or after 1 January 1992 (under 28) using eligible cars of Group Rally2 (former R5 cars)
  • FIA ERC 2 Championship for Drivers and Co-Drivers
  • FIA ERC 3 Championship for Drivers and Co-Drivers
  • FIA ERC 3 Junior Championship for Drivers born on or after 1 January 1993 (under 27), using eligible cars of Group Rally4 (formerly R2) and Rally5 (formerly R1)

彩店宝彩票开户Drivers and co-drivers count their best seven scores from the eight qualifying rounds. ERC Juniors count their best four scores from the six nominated events.

More detailed information on the FIA European Rally Championship can be found on the , while the Sporting Regulations can be consulted .

Sport competitions

26
Jun
28
Jun
cancelled
PL
POL
24
Jul
26
Jul
IT
ITA
14
Aug
16
Aug
LV
LVA
28
Aug
30
Aug
cancelled
CZ
CZE
17
Sep
19
Sep
cancelled
PT
PRT
16
Oct
18
Oct
CY
CYP
06
Nov
08
Nov
HU
HUN
26
Nov
28
Nov
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ES
ESP
Subject to the confirmation from the ASN and the FIA's agreement