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1 – 4 June: Rally of Sardinia 2023

21 May 2023
WRC 2023 Rally Sardegna

The twentieth edition of the Rally Italia Sardegna is just around the corner, bringing numerous novelties in terms of special stages. This important competition will start on June 1st, celebrating two decades of success. The city of Olbia will host the race headquarters, service park, and the finish ceremony, but the route will also involve both new and familiar territories of the beautiful island of Sardinia.

It will kick off on Thursday, June 1st, with the shakedown in Loiri-Porto San Paolo, followed by the Olbia street stage. On Friday, June 2nd, the drivers will face the special stage of Tantarilles, which returns after twenty years, and the spectacular Monte Lerno – Sa Conchedda stage. Saturday, June 3rd, will be characterized by the Coiluna-Loelle, Su Filigosu, and Erula-Tula stages. Finally, on Sunday, June 4th, the fastest stage of the rally will take place in Arzachena, followed by the power stage in Aglientu. This twentieth edition of the Rally Italia Sardegna promises three exciting days with a mix of fascinating special stages and the best drivers from WRC and WRC2 competing for victory.

With a total of 74 registered crews, the 2023 Rally Italia Sardegna promises a thrilling competition. Nationalities from all over the world will participate in the race, confirming the international significance of the event. The top WRC drivers, such as Ogier, Tänak, and Rovanpera, will be among the most anticipated, along with other rally legends. The Rally1 hybrid cars will be driven by the top factory drivers from Toyota, Hyundai, and Ford M-Sport. In the WRC2 category, there will be numerous talented drivers ready to challenge each other, including Greensmith, Solberg, Mikkelsen, Pajari, and Gryazin.

The twentieth edition of the Rally Italia Sardegna promises to be an unmissable event, with a mix of thrilling special stages, a high-level lineup of drivers, and the spectacular backdrop of the beautiful landscape of Gallura.